Mitch and Scott begin today’s show with a deep dive of a listener tweet about how they’re doing this podcast followed by Mitch’s bittersweet account of dropping off his eldest son Max at college. Then, they dig into Sunday’s tilt between the Seahawks and Cowboys. Three guests beginning with Seahawks insider Brady Henderson followed by college football guru Rick Neuheisel and Mark Johnson of Port St. Lucie who was recently involved in a gator attack. Today’s “Other Stuff” topics range from a bizarre story that occurred in Joe Montana’s home to a way-too-early look at the NFC West standings to a Thom Brennaman update.
- Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider
- Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst
- Mark Johnson | Florida resident
TABLE OF CONTENTS
12:09 | Mitch reveals the code word for week four of Beat the Boys.
12:43 | Movie Mogul Max moved into the UW dorms over the weekend and the range of emotions hit Mitch like a ton of bricks.
30:59 | The guys discuss the good, bad, and ugly in yet another stressful, down-to-the-wire Seahawks game.
58:32 | GUEST: Brady Henderson breaks down the 38-31 victory for the Seahawks and provides post-game injury updates.
1:17:50 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel jumps aboard to recap a thrilling Saturday in college football as the SEC kicked off its first week of play.
1:43:29 | GUEST: Mark Johnson of Port St. Lucie, Florida recounts his encounter with a gator whose quick thinking saved his life.
2:01:51 | A man in Brooklyn was fired from his two jobs due to injuries from bullet wounds sustained while protecting his three children…ouch!
2:03:05 | Joe Montana intercepted an attempted kidnapping of his grandchild.
2:07:09 | Is “Let Russ Cook” getting old yet or have embraced the phrase?
2:09:14 | Losses by the Rams and Cards in conjunction with the Hawks win places Seattle in sole possession of first place in the West.
2:11:46 | RIP to pro skateboarder Keith Hufnagel whose life was taken way too soon at 46 after a battle with brain cancer.
2:12:30 | Thom Brennaman has spoken about future plans after his broadcasting career abruptly ended due to insensitive comments caught on air.