RUNDOWN

Hawks win, Hawks win! Today’s episode begins with initial reaction to Seattle’s wildcard victory over a battered Eagles team and a look-ahead to Green Bay next Sunday. Today’s guests include Brady Henderson live from Philadelphia, Mark Hilinski to discuss mental health awareness and his foundation to honor his late son Tyler, and Jeff Goodman for a college hoops check-in including a thought on the shaky Huskies. Other topics include David Stern’s recent death, a recap of the other wildcard games, and nominations for Athlete of the Week!

GUESTS

  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Mark Hilinski | Father of Tyler Hilinski
  • Jeff Goodman | College basketball analyst

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1:52 | The guys are in a good mood…any guesses why?

15:48 | Happy New Year! The guys recap their adventures to kick off 2020.

17:55 | Nominees for episode naming honors of notable 73s are listed.

19:25 | Mitch and Scott provide their main takeaways from Sunday’s postseason victory for the Hawks.

49:38 | The guys look ahead to Seattle’s next opponent in the Green Bay Packers and how the path to the Super Bowl is shaping up.

1:02:04 | GUEST: Brady Henderson weighs in on the Seahawks 17-9 playoff win over Philadelphia to set up a divisional round matchup against the Packers.

1:22:36 | GUEST: Mark Hilinski shares his family’s mission to raise awareness about mental health following the death of his son Tyler who took his own life while attending WSU.

1:49:41 | GUEST: Jeff Goodman swings by for a college basketball catch-up as conference play is underway and the Huskies have jumped out to a slow start.

2:05:05 | Wildcard weekend is in the books with a four-pack of exciting finishes.

2:13:11 | The upcoming NFC playoff game between the Vikings and 49ers reminds Mitch of a memorable performance between these two teams many years ago.

2:16:27 | Is something wrong with Mike Zimmer’s eyes?

2:17:24 | The guys share a thought about the recent passings of David Stern and Sam Wyche.

2:22:20 | Isaiah Thomas was fined $25K for contact with an official which is his second punishment by the league this season.

2:23:27 | “Athlete of the Week” honors are shared by two worthy recipients!

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