Today’s show begins with an ode to the late musical icon Kenny Rogers. Then, Mitch and Scott share their latest outlook on the daily battle against coronavirus. Guests on the show are Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding for updated information on COVID-19, Jamaican national team coach Rick Turner, Seahawks insider Brady Henderson, and listener Doug Briggs whose Mother passed away from coronavirus as a resident of Kirkland’s Life Care Center. Later, the guys chat about the lesser-known side of Ellen, Big Ben’s latest Twitter video, and a knee-slapping fishing story from Mitch’s childhood.  


  • Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding | Harvard Epidemiologist & Senior Fellow at Federation of American Scientists
  • Rick Turner | Jamaica national team head coach
  • Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
  • Doug Briggs | Son of Kirkland Life Care COVID-19 victim


0:00 | RIP Kenny Rogers

7:08 | There were many greats that donned number 84 throughout sports history.

11:40 | Mitch and Scott discuss the current impact to their daily lives due to coronavirus as the severity of the pandemic continues to escalate.

25:23 | GUEST: Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding returns to share his latest perspective on the COVID-19 outbreak as the world continues to wrestle with the virus.

45:28 | GUEST: Longtime friend of Mitch and current Jamaican national basketball team coach Rick Turner discusses his impressions since taking the job in late 2018 and shares some old stories.

1:28:41 | GUEST: Brady Henderson is back to weigh in on the front office moves thus far for the Hawks and the probability of retaining Jadeveon Clowney.

1:45:00| GUEST: Listener of the podcast Doug Briggs tells the tragic story of his Mother’s passing from COVID-19 as a resident of the Life Care Center in Kirkland.

2:11:55 | Ellen DeGeneres’ alleged mean personality is indirectly feeding families in Los Angeles.

2:17:13 | Ben Roethlisberger posted a PSA on Twitter about proper social distancing protocol in his new caveman look.

2:20:13 | Mitch tells a classic fishing tale from his childhood! 

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