Bernstein And Goff Show

The Bernstein Brief: Bears Biding Time At QBMore than anything, the addition of Mark Sanchez is a symbol.
The Bernstein Brief: Good Luck With This One, NFLThe league is considering immediate ejections and suspensions for illegal hits. This probably won't go well.
Bernstein: How Will The Mets End The Tim Tebow Stunt?At some point this will just fizzle in a pile of strikeouts after Tebow tours all the parks a couple times.
Bernstein: Brad Underwood's Tall Task At IllinoisUniversity power brokers want sustained national prominence and for Chicago players to be a big reason why.
The Bernstein Brief: NCAA Makes Coach's Wacky Wife A StoryLynn Marshall, wife of Wichita State coach Gregg Marshall, was creating a scene during the game Sunday.
The Bernstein Brief: Two Smart Schools Make For One Dumb FinishExciting and dumb aren't mutually exclusive, as Northwestern and Vanderbilt showed.
Drawback Of Kris Bryant's Swing That Powered MVP Season? Threw Off His Golf GameBryant adjusted to inside pitching in 2016. Now, he's focused on doing more with pitches away.
Bernstein: Penn State Guilty Pleas A Small Step Toward SanityIt matters that two of the three school administrators charged with crimes in the scandal have now — finally — admitted guilt.
Cubs' Theo Epstein: Transparent Culture Is 'Best Way' To Build An Organization"If upper management is really transparent with everyone, that has this amplifying effect," Epstein says.
Cubs' Ben Zobrist Envisions 'A Little Bit More Of A Super-Utility' Role For Himself In 2017Zobrist started 113 games at second base in 2016 but knows Javier Baez needs more playing time there this season.
The Bernstein Brief: Bears Signings Just Not ResonatingRemember when the Bears adding a new starting quarterback used to be a big deal?
Bernstein: Illinois Misses On Top CandidateAthletic director Josh Whitman is in uncharted territory.
The Bernstein Brief: Moribund Bulls Better Off LosingKeeping up any kind of reputation matters less than ever under a new collective bargaining agreement. So just bottom out.
Bernstein: Does Anybody Trust The Bears To Get This Right?The ideal scenario at quarterback is difficult to envision with Mike Glennon about to enter the mix.
Bernstein: Exclusive NFL Draft Scouting Reports You Have To SeeWhere will Giant Bowl of Guacamole and Rodeo Bull go in the draft?
The Bernstein Brief: Mike Glennon To The Bears? MehSigning Glennon is like ordering an egg-salad sandwich anywhere but your mother's kitchen table.
Bernstein: Is The NFL Getting More Fun?The league appears on the verge of relaxing its excessive celebration rules.
The Bernstein Brief: NFL Draft Craziness Just StartingAs the combine opens, remember that undrafted players end up making up about 25 percent of an NFL roster.
The Bernstein Brief: Baylor Coach Kim Mulkey's Apology Misses The MarkMulkey is looking to protect the school's brand amid a rape scandal.
Bernstein: Sammy Sosa Story Illustrates How Far Cubs Have ComeThe Cubs have reacted to Sosa's recent comments by choosing to ignore him, as they should.
Bernstein: Tinkering Around Edges Won’t Solve Baseball’s Pace ‘Problem’Will Rob Manfred's mission to turn baseball against its nature result in something unrecognizable?
The Bernstein Brief: Northwestern Must Prove Its MettleThe Wildcats are a fun blend of novelty and probability -- that can't afford to trip up down the stretch.
The Bernstein Brief: Blackhawks Ahead Of Curve On InclusivityThe Blackhawks are hosting a "Hockey is for Everyone" event Saturday night.
The Bernstein Brief: Jimmy Rollins Could Say More About Role With White SoxRollins was a key figure in the bizarre story of Adam LaRoche retiring last season.
Bernstein: Mike Matheny, LeSean McCoy Afraid Of NumbersThose who don't understand the value of advanced metrics are dinosaurs in today's day and age.
The Bernstein Brief: Adam Silve Is Watching James DolanIt's clear the Charles Oakley incident is just the latest symptom of what ails the Knicks -- Dolan.
Bernstein: Cubs Spring Training Just More Uncharted WatersThe entire Cubs ecology has been irreparably altered after a World Series title.
The Bernstein Brief: Good For Jordan SpiethAdult autograph seekers are some of the worst of the worst sports fans.
Bernstein: Jimmy Garoppolo Remains A MysteryGaroppolo is on the trade market, but how good is he and what's he worth?
The Bernstein Brief: Cavaliers-Wizards An Unlikely TreatEvery once in a while, an otherwise meaningless NBA game turns into something bigger and better.


Bernstein: Stupid Bears Got ConnedThis is bad for the Bears, casting a pall of doubt and distrust over every level of ownership and management, just at the time new energy from the very top spurred the kind of regime change that inspired fans to embrace some hope.
Bernstein: Latest Recovery A Reckoning For RoseLet this comeback be a reconciliation for Rose, and an honest assessment of what player he still wants to be.
Bernstein: The Big Ten's Awful Idea Now we have a better idea what Big Ten officials do behind closed doors in their strategic-planning meetings.
Bernstein: Bulls' Words Don't Tell Whole StoryThe Bulls are 4-6 in their last 10 games.
Bernstein: Relaxed Rick Hahn Has Sox In Good PlaceThe relatively young GM is under new pressure to win from a notoriously fickle, cranky fanbase.
Bernstein: Health Concerns Cloud Bulls' OpportunityThe Bulls are set up to make a real run for the first time in the Thibodeau era, if they stay healthy.
Bernstein: Separating Myth From Reality In Bears SearchOff they go on their merry hunt, George McCaskey and Ted Phillips all in tweed and ear-flapped caps, with Ernie Accorsi pacing alongside as their wily guide.
Bernstein: Thibodeau Already Pushing Too HardSo much for the agreement forged between Tom Thibodeau and his bosses.
Bernstein: Bears Defining ThemselvesStill in search of some kind of identity, the Bears may be closer than ever to finding one.
Bernstein: Cubs Unfazed By Rooftops SuitThe Cubs saw this coming, and don’t seem worried about it one bit.
Bernstein: Heat's Struggles Intriguing For BullsThe door may be opening in the Eastern Conference.
Bernstein: End Of Michael Sam TV Show Necessary, Unfortunate Oprah Winfrey’s network is calling it a “postponement,” but it sure seems like the idea of a Michael Sam reality show is dead.

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