In the fourth hour, the guys talk about whether the Bears can win a championship with Cutler and where the expectations are this year for the QB. Hub and Dan are joined by Bruce Levine to talk baseball.
In the third hour, the guys talk about Bears safety Ryan Mundy’s potential lawsuit against Schutt for an issue with his helmet during the Seahawks game. Listeners call in to ask more Bears and NFL questions. Bears beat reporter Dan Durkin calls in.
Jim Miller joins Hub and Dan to talk about the Bears preseason finale against the Browns, what may be next for QB David Fales, and the chances that both Santonio Holmes and Josh Morgan make the final roster.
In the first hour of today’s show, hosts Hub Arkush and Dan Pompei talk about last night’s preseason finale for the Bears against the Browns. The guys discuss the possible roster cuts and who the Bears may be planning on assigning to the practice squad before talking calls from listeners.
The Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein joins Abbatacola and Rozner to talk about the exciting call-ups, the team’s timeline, and his confidence in the future for the Cubs on the business side.
In the fourth hour, Zach Zaidman joins the show to preview the Bears last preseason game and talk about the team gearing up for the season. The guys also discuss some over/under lines in the NFL this year.
In the third hour, Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper joins the show to talk Cubs. The guys also take calls from listeners to break down the Epstein interview from hour two. Later, Dave Revsine from Big Ten Network comes on to preview this season in college football.
In the second hour, Cleveland's Kenny Roda joins the show to talk Josh Gordon’s suspension, the Browns upcoming season, and even a little on the expectations for the new-look Cavaliers. The guys then discuss Madison Bumgarner’s fantastic complete game shutout of the Rockies. Later, Matt and Barry talk with Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein.
In the 2nd hour of the show Matt and Mark talked with Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio about the latest NFL news, and they were joined by CBS Sports' Verne Lundquist to preview the college football season, including the new postseason playoff format.
Matt and Matt spent the first hour of Wednesday's show talking about the Cubs and their decision to call up outfielder Jorge Soler. They also discussed the city celebration of the Jackie Robinson West little league team.
In this hour, the guys visit with Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune to discuss what to takeaway from the Bears loss to the Seahawks. They also discuss what kind of QB you need to win a championship and if Jay Cutler falls into that group.
In this hour, Matt and Barry are joined by Tommy Birch of the Des Moines Register to discuss the call-up of Jorge Soler and the other prospects in Iowa. They also discuss Tiger Wood's lack of success of late, why Chicago sports fans are so on edge about their teams, and are joined by Rod Carey, NIU's head football coach, to preview the upcoming season for the Huskies.
In this hour, the guys talk to Bill Melton of CSN Chicago about Adam Eaton's return and the White Sox bullpen struggles. They also touch on the wildcard race, in both the American and National leagues, and dive into the suprise for the Cubs that is Tsuyoshi Wada.
In the first hour, Matt and Barry discuss the problems on the Bears defense. They also talk about Jorge Soler's call-up and bring in Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports and 120 Sports to discuss the Bears run defense, running QBs around the league, and rest of the teams in the NFC North.
In this hour, Hub and Dan discuss the problem at safety for the Bears. They're also joined by former Bears QB Jim Miller to talk about the concerns with Jay Cutler, the safeties, and the linebackers. Joe Cowley of the Sun-Times also joins them to discuss what Derrick Rose has gotten out of playing for Team USA and what Thibs will do with his rotation come the regular season.
In this hour, Hub and Dan continue to discuss the Bears blowout loss in Seattle from Friday night, including where they rank with the rest of the NFC, the woes on special teams, and the problems with Shea McClellin.
In the final hour, the Score's Zach Zaidman joins Hub and Dan to talk about the Bears struggles on special teams, the age of the defense, and the battle for the third wide receiver spot. They also continue to breakdown the game with the callers.