RUNDOWN

Before today’s show “begins”, Mitch recaps his weekend with birthday boy Movie Mogul Max and a family trip to the UW campus where he plans to attend this fall. Then, the guys weigh in on the Earl Thomas news and run down the Seahawks 2020 schedule released last week. Featured guests are legendary Dolphins running back Larry Csonka, Michael Jordan super-fan Andrew Goldberg, and Washington State University entomologist Todd Murray. Later, Mitch and Scott chat about Clowney’s diminishing chances of returning to the Hawks, Monday Night Football’s broadcast shake-up, and a controversial op-ed in the Washington Post.

GUESTS

  • Larry Csonka | Pro Football Hall of Fame fullback
  • Andrew Goldberg | Michael Jordan ticket stub collector
  • Todd Murray | WSU entomologist

TABLE OF CONTENTS

4:28 | Eighteen years in the making and Movie Mogul Max has decided to attend UW which the Levy made a campus visit to on Sunday.

28:54 | Earl Thomas is lucky to be alive after the incident involving his wife pointing a gun at him earlier this week.

38:08 | The NFL schedule has been released – what do the guys make of the Seahawks slate of games in a tough NFC West?

47:50 | GUEST: Larry Csonka stops by to share some memories of his former coach, the late Don Shula.

1:06:18 | GUEST: Chicago-area sports fan Andrew Goldberg discusses his process of amassing ticket stubs for every game Michael Jordan has played in. 

1:26:00 | GUEST: WSU entomologist Todd Murray breaks down the origin and threat of “murder hornets” which have arrived to the United States.

1:40:03 | Jadeveon Clowney’s return to Seattle appears more bleak with each passing day. 

1:43:44 | Booger and Joe will no longer call the action on Monday Night Football.

1:47:00 | A strongly opinionated Washington Post article reminded Mitch of a story during his days producing Tony Kornheiser’s show.

1:53:07 | Which athletes made the cut for best to wear number 91 for episode naming honors?

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