To wrap up the Bears training camp broadcast, Spiegel and Arkush visit with two new Bears. First, QB Jimmy Clausen stops by the tent to comment on the backup QB battle. Then , first round pick, corner back Kyle Fuller visits the guys. Kyle shares his initial experiences of practicing with the Bears as well as what it is like to have a brother also in the NFL.
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Inclueds Mark Schanowski interview. During the second hour, Spiegel and Arkush are joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune for report on the first practice of training camp. Rich offers some practice notes as well as what the expectations are for Jay Cutler. Also, the guys turn to hoops and visit with CSN’s Mark Schanowski.
During the second hour, Spiegel and Arkush are joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune for report on the first practice of training camp. Rich offers some practice notes as well as what the expectations are for Jay Cutler. Also, the guys turn to hoops and visit with CSN’s Mark Schanowski.
The SCORE’S midday program hits the road, as Spiegel and Hub Arkush are live from the first day of Bears training camp in Bourbonnais. The guys talk of optimism for the Bears and their new look defense during the first segment. And later, the guys check in with the SCORE’s Bruce Levine, who is live on assignment in Cooperstown covering this weekend’s Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies.
In the final hour of the show the guys continued Bears talk with Kevin Fishbain of Chicagofootball.com, as well as the breaking news of the day regarding Ray Rice of the Baltimore Ravens two-game suspension
For the condensed final hour, the boys visit with former NFL front office executive Bill Polian who has a longtime friendship and working relationship with Tony Dungy. Bill backs up his former colleague and explains that Tony’s opinion has nothing to do with Michael Sam the person, it has to do with the inordinate amount of media attention that Sam brings to a team.
Spiegel and Jim chat baseball with the SCORE’s Steve Stone regarding the Sox’s possible trade deadline moves as well as the future of the Cubs’ prized prospects. Then, Jim reveals his personal top ten NFL teams list. And finally, they check in with the SCORE’s David Schuster who is live at Taj Gibson’s basketball camp.
During the second hour, Matt and Jim check in with Mike Florio, editor of ProFootball Talk and have a deep discussion regarding Tony Dungy’s comments about Michael Sam as well as the topic of NFL teams being open to having an openly gay player on their roster. Also, the guys turn to basketball and address the latest report on the Bulls pursuit of Kevin Love with Chris Sheridan, of sheridanhoops.com.
To begin the Hump Day edition of the SCORE’S midday program, Spiegel and former Bears QB Jim Miller discuss the minor league promotions of two of the Cubs’ top prospects, Soler and Almora. They also visit with Bears Chairman George McCaskey who preview’s training camp as well as fills the guys in on how they handle Soldier Field.
In the second hour of the show, the guys talked to former Chicago Bear Brian Urlacher about various topics regarding his relationship with Jay Cutler and if he misses the game of football since retiring.
In the first hour of the show, the guys talked White Sox baseball with Bill Melton and delved into football; asking listeners is Jay Cutler really worth all of the money the Bears gave him for seven years?
The man behind the phrase, “give me the hot sauce”, Stacey King, color analyst for Bulls Television chatted with the boys. Stacy says that he will let Mirotic’s nickname come to him. Stacey also believes Thibodeau will have to change his coaching style in order for the Bulls to have postseason success.
Spiegel and Rozner, live from Twin Orchard Country Club in Long Grove for the Special Kids Network’s Celebrity Golf Outing, are joined by a who’s who of guests. First, the guys check in with SCORE baseball insider Bruce Levine. Then, the guys sit down with Neil Funk, play-by-plan man for Bulls Television. And finally, they visit with former Big League pitcher Bill Campbell.
Live from the Special Kids Network’s 15th annual Celebrity Golf Outing at Twin Orchard Country Club, Spiegel and Rozner discuss the fading Tiger Woods and his disappointing weekend at the British. Also, Spiegel shares a peculiar episode from yesterday’s Rangers and Blue Jays game between the two Colbys.