Holmes & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/13/2017
Laurence Holmes & Barry Rozner are live at Cubs Convention, and they get things really going in hour 4 with a conversation with Kris Bryant, the 2016 NL MVP and Cubs' 3rd baseman. Bryant discusses his whirlwind offseason since recording the final putout that ended the Cubs' 108-year drought, and what he was thinking when the final out occurred.
Holmes & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/13/2017
Laurence & Barry spend Friday at Cubs Convention at the Sheraton Grand in Chicago. In hour 3, the guys discuss the art of the hail mary with Greg Bishop from Sports Illustrated and the Monday Morning QB site. Bishop describes how Packers QB Aaron Rodgers has become the best of all-time completing the hail mary through practice and a bit of luck. Later in the hour, the boys shift to a discussion on the Cubs with Bruce Miles from the Chicago Daily Herald on what the Cubs will need to figure out the rest of this offseason.
Holmes & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 01/13/2017
Laurence Holmes & Barry Rozner sit in as the Score's afternoon show today, hanging out on day 1 of the Cubs convention. They start the show discussing the NFL playoffs, the Bulls loss to the Knicks yesterday in NYC, and why Derrick Rose's story just seems sad.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/12/2017
Bernstein & Rozner discuss tonight's Bulls/Knicks matchup at MSG in New York City, and the preview this weekend's NFL playoff matchups with Brian Billick from the NFL Network toward the end of Thursday's hour 4.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/12/2017
Bernstein & Rozner discuss the NFL playoffs with Dan Pompei from Bleacher Report and The Athletic during Thursday's hour 3, wondering if anything can stop the Patriots in the AFC and if Green Bay can pull off the upset over Dallas on Sunday. The guys also continue to discuss the Cubs' offseason as Cubs convention begins tomorrow downtown.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/12/2017
Dan & Barry spend the 2nd hour of Thursday's show discussing the Cubs in front of tomorrow's Cubs convention. The guys reminded us that while the Cubs won the World Series, Joe Maddon had a really bad World Series as a manager, though nobody seems to remember. Also, it's hard to believe that the Cubs actually did it - they won the World Series.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 01/12/2017
Bernstein & Rozner start Thursday's hour discussing an odd custody situation involving former Bear Brian Urlacher and his son as Urlacher tries to gain emergency custody of the boy after a family tragedy. The guys also discuss the Bulls/Knicks game tonight as the Bulls enter into the odd world of Derrick Rose & the New York Knicks.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/11/2017
Dan Bernstein & Barry Rozner get busier in the 4th hour of Wednesday's show, discussing the myriad issues with the Chicago Bulls as Mark Schanowski from CSN Chicago joins them to begin the show. Dan & Barry also talk about the potential of moving Kyle Schwarber to the leadoff spot for the Cubs in 2017.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/11/2017
Dan & Barry get guest-heavy in the 2nd hour of Wednesday's show - Frank Isola from the New York Daily News stops by first to discuss the odd Derrick Rose saga and why Phil Jackson has been missing in New York. Everything about the Rose story seems odd, especially considering Rose is angling for a huge free agent contract. Later in the hour, Ian Eagle from CBS Sports and Westwood One previews the NFL playoffs, including the game he will be broadcasting between the Houston Texans and New England Patriots.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 01/11/2017
Dan & Barry work today's afternoon show and spend hour 1 discussing the odd Bulls saga between management, Fred Hoiberg and Rajon Rondo as Rondo calls BS on the reasons he was benched in the last few games.
Bernstein and Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 01/10/2017
In the fifth and final hour of today's show, Dan and Barry talk with Hub Arkush about last night's NCAA National Championship and realistic options for the Bears in the 2017 season. Also, transition with Chris Rongey.
Bernstein and Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/10/2017
The fourth hour of today's show with Dan and Barry brings more Derrick Rose talk. Is it really that hard to text your employer if you're not going to make it into work? Also, the best public places for emergency bathroom breaks.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/10/2017
In the third hour of today's show, Dan and Barry talk with Gerry DiNardo about last night's NCAA National Championship. With DeShaun Watson's performance, should the Bears take a chance at number three? Also, the latest in the most current Derrick Rose fiasco.
Bernstein & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/10/2017
Dan Bernstein & Barry Rozner spend hour 2 discussing the national championship game between Clemson & Alabama, chatting with Pete Fiutak from College Football News on what exactly happened last night in the classic title game. The guys also to discuss the odd Derrick Rose saga as the former Bull left without explanation before last night's game, only to return today.
Dan Bernstein & Barry Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/09/2017
In the third hour of the show the guys talk with CSN Bulls beat reporter Vincent Goodwill to discuss the hot streak Jimmy Butler has been on. They also discuss the national championship game with college football writer for Bleacher Report Adam Kramer.
Rosenbloom & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 01/06/2017
Steve Rosenbloom & Matt Abbatacola spend Friday's hour 5 discussing the Blackhawks with Eddie Olczyk from Blackhawks TV, the Bulls reacting to Jimmy Butler trade rumors, and they cross-talk at the end of the hour with Chris Rongey & Joe Ostrowski. The 4 guys look back on yesterday's Toast to Terry Boers.
Rosenbloom & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/06/2017
Steve Rosenbloom & Matt Abbatacola spend hour 4 of Friday's afternoon show discussing bad children's TV shows, Jimmy Butler trade rumors, and another bad Bears season. David Schuster from 670 The Score drops by near the back portion of the hour to discuss why he thinks Butler won't get traded unless the Bulls go in the tank. The guys also discuss the best movies of 2016.
Rosenbloom & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/06/17
Steve Rosenbloom & Matt Abbatacola join forces on this Friday afternoon to discuss the Bears tumultuous season and what the offseason might bring. John "Moon" Mullin from CSN Chicago discusses what's next for John Fox & Ryan Pace as Fox loses another coach in outside linebackers coach Clint Hurtt.
Rosenbloom & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/06/2017
In the second hour of the show the guys talk about the Ric Bucher rumor report that the Bulls are looking to move star Jimmy Butler. They also discuss why Bear fans can’t tell a good quarterback from a bad one.
Joining Terry for the final hour of his farewell show: Cubs pre and post-game host, Mark Grote with an update; Terry's longest-tenured co-host, Dan Bernstein; former producer, Matt Fishman, current WSCR host, Laurence Holmes; former CBS Radio Executive, Rod Zimmerman; and longest-tenured Executive Producer, Matt Abbatacola. Terry closes the show with his final thoughts and memories.
Joining Terry in the fourth hour of his farewell show: Dave Kerner with an update; Terry's newspaper buddy, Mike Downey; Mitch Rosen, Program Director at WSCR; former producer and current midday host, Jason Goff; former producer, Judd Sirott; current producer, Chris Tannehill; former producer, Dan Zampillo; former producer and current ESPN personality, Mike Greenberg; former producer, John 'Shaky' Siuntres; former producer, Jonathan Hood; and former producer, Jesse Rogers.
Joining Terry in the third hour of his farewell show: Joe Bartosch with an update; John McDonough, President of the Chicago Blackhawks; Lin Brehmer, on-air at WXRT; WSCR original, George Ofman; Terry's old newspaper buddies, Fred Mitchell and John 'Moon' Mullin; Brendan McCaffrey, WSCR Sports Director; the man who hired Terry, Seth Mason; and former WUSN host, 'Big' John Howell.
Joining Terry Boers in the second hour of his farewell show: current WSCR host and anchor, Chris Rongey with an update; and WSCR originals Dan McNeil, Dan Jiggetts, Tom Shaer, Brian Hanley and Mike North. A reunion of the guys you first heard on WSCR airwaves.
Joing Terry Boers in the first hour of his farewell show: Ron Gleason, current WBBM-AM Director of News and Programming and original Director of Sports and Programming of WSCR The Score; Harvey Wells, former CBS Radio executive; David Schuster, current WSCR reporter, host and anchor; Brian Hanley, member of 'Young Sportswriters' with Terry and current co-host of 'Mully & Hanley' on WSCR; and Mike North, original WSCR host.
Bernstein & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/04/2017
Dan & Matt discuss the Bears' dysfunction with award-winning Bears reporter Zach Zaidman from 670 The Score and why Zach believes that Jay Cutler is done as a Chicago Bear. Zach has an extensive and thorough breakdown of the festivities from earlier today.
Bernstein & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/04/2017
Dan & Matt break down what's next for Bears GM Ryan Pace with Greg Gabriel from Pro Football Weekly. Gabriel also explains why John Fox would be retained and what Fox actually brings to the table as a head coach.
Bernstein & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/04/2017
Dan Bernstein & Matt Abbatacola are discussing the Bears news of the day after today's press conference with Ryan Pace & John Fox met the media. George McCaskey also spoke today, and Brad Biggs from the Chicago Tribune joins Dan & Matt to discuss the issues with the organization and why John Fox will be back next year.
Bernstein & Abbatacola on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 01/04/2017
Matt Abbatacola works with Dan Bernstein on the Score's afternoon show on this Wednesday. The guys discuss Ryan Pace & John Fox meeting the media today to review the 2016 Bears season. Dan is unimpressed with what was said and both he and Matt wonder what exactly John Fox does here?
Abbatacola & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 01/03/2017
Matt Abbatacola & Barry Rozner discuss the Bulls dysfunction with Mark Schanowski from CSN Chicago, including why Rajon Rondo was a failure this season and how he could disrupt the rest of the season sitting on the bench. Matt & Barry also seem to know what John Fox will mumble during his press conference tomorrow when he & Ryan Pace meet the media.
Abbatacola & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 01/03/2017
Abbatacola & Rozner discuss the wild weekend in college football with Pete Fiutak from College Football News, previewing the national championship game next Monday between Clemson and Alabama. The guys continue to "preview" the pointlessness of tomorrow's Ryan Pace & John Fox press conference as we'll hear excuse after excuse for why the Bears got worse in 2016.
Abbatacola & Rozner on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 01/03/2017
Dan & Terry are out today as we get ready for Terry Boers' final broadcast on Thursday, January 5th. Matt Abbatacola & Barry Rozner fill in for the guys, discussing the issues with Bears' ownership and their missteps compared to what the Cubs have done. They also discuss the Bulls' management signing Rajon Rondo and not really building around their best player, Jimmy Butler.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 12/30/2016
In the final hour of the show Dan is joined by Chicago Cubs assistant GM Shiraz Rehman to talk about the direction the Cubs are moving in after a World Series, how is Jason Heyward improving his swing, and the future of the Cubs. To end the show Dan talks with Hub Arkush.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 12/30/2016
In the fourth hour of the show Dan takes calls and discusses why the Bulls won’t be a contender for a while. Later on in the hour Dan is joined by football expert and writer for the Athletic Dan Durkin to discuss Bears needs and what has been wrong with the Bears this season.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 12/30/2016
In the third hour of the show Nick Hostetler, scouting Director for the Chicago White Sox joins Dan to discuss the rebuild of the Sox and the future of the franchise. Later in the show Dan is joined by NBA writer Steve Aschburner to talk about the rumor that Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg is on the hot seat.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 12/30/2016
In the second hour of the show Dan talks with Zach Zaidman from Halas Hall on the state of the Bears as they go into the offseason. He is also joined by Jim Souhan of the Minneapolis Star Tribune to talk about the rise and then fall of the Minnesota Vikings this year.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 12/29/2016
In the final hour of today’s program, Dan talked with Dan Wiederer from the Chicago Tribune. Wiederer gives his 50 questions with no clear answer for the Bears. Is it possible to limit it to just that few?
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 12/29/2016
Super Bowl champion head coach Brian Billick jumps on to begin the 4pm hour with an in-depth conversation about the league’s Week 17 schedule and playoff possibilities. Also, Brian Lawton from NHL Network stopped by to preview the Winter Classic between the Blackhawks and Blues from St. Louis.
Dan Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 12/29/2016
Hour number 3 of the program included lots of football chatter. Zach Zaidman had the latest from Halas Hall on the Bears and then Dan Pompei broke down what the state of the team is like going into a meaningless Week 17.