Mitch and Scott begin by remembering 1986 which you’ll find out are characterized much differently! Then, they honor the late Tom Dempsey and his memorable 63 yard field goal. Also, with six years since his passing, Mitch tells some classic stories about his Dad and unveils the ground rules for an NCAA tournament style bracket challenge of best TV theme shows. Guests include Jorge E. Rodriguez M.D. to answer coronavirus FAQs, Ken Green to share some stories from playing in the Masters, and Spencer Hawes to chat about UW basketball. Last but not least, the guys run down their odds and ends including Rex Ryan’s harsh words about Amari Cooper, rising popularity of odd entertainment options in the quarantine period, and delivering pizza to local heroes battling the virus.
- Dr. Jorge Rodriguez | Researcher & Clinician
- Ken Green | Fomer PGA golfer
- Spencer Hawes | Veteran NBA center
TABLE OF CONTENTS
0:00 | 1986 was a great year for “The Golden Bear”!
16:28 | RIP Tom Dempsey whose notable 63 yard game winning field goal still ranks as one of the greatest kicks in NFL history.
20:01 | Nominees for episode naming rights are surprisingly slim for number 86, so the guys get creative.
21:40 | Over three weeks into the quarantine lifestyle and it isn’t getting easier!
26:03 | Mitch shares some stories of his Father including the NCAA tourney tradition whose passing was six years ago on the date of the recording.
40:49 | The guys lay down the rules for the Unfiltered TV Theme Song Bracket Challenge.
47:34 | GUEST: Well-regarded for his major network television and radio appearances, Dr. Jorge E. Rodriguez shares best practices to prevent contracting and spreading coronavirus.
1:02:39 | GUEST: With the 2020 Masters postponed, Ken Green stops by to share some stories from his several rounds at Augusta.
1:28:34 | GUEST: Spencer Hawes weighs in on Isaiah Stewart’s departure from Montlake to the NBA and the complexity of “one-and-dones” at UW.
1:56:14 | Rex Ryan spouted harsh commentary toward Amari Cooper which many argue crossed the line.
1:59:14 | “Tiger King” is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid as the TV hit is sweeping the nation.
2:00:55 | Have we really reached the point of watching NBA stars play video games for entertainment?
2:03:30 | Robert Kraft whose image had been scarred in recent years is helping in the fight against coronavirus by providing 300,000 face masks to New York.
2:04:07 | Mitch Unfiltered is partnering with Zeeks to provide pizza to our local heroes on the health care front lines.
2:06:10 | Manchester City soccer player Kyle Walker is busted following an investigation that revealed a complete lack of compliance to social distancing.