Bernstein And Goff Show

The Bernstein Brief: Jose Altuve Not The Shortest MVPAltuve has tied for being the shortest MVP in MLB history, but a hockey player holds the distinction as the most diminutive MVP.
Bears' Cody Whitehair Working Through Trying SeasonWhitehair has been forced to be versatile for the Bears, who are dealing with injuries on the offensive line.
The Bernstein Brief: Jerry Jones-vs.-NFL Just Got More InterestingJones is taking shots and now some other football barons are lobbing salvos of their own.
Bernstein: Papa John’s Desperate To Turn Down NFL HeatThis was self-inflicted harm by Papa John's founder John Schnatter.
Bernstein & Goff: 'In Other News,' Nov. 14Bernstein and Goff talk Mookie Betts bowling a perfect game, soccer disaster in Italy, a mascot change and more.
Listen: Bobby Calls In With Epic Bears ThoughtsBernstein and Goff knew this type of call was coming on a Bears Monday.
The Bernstein Brief: Another Call Against Thursday NFL Football"It's miserable, it's terrible," Ben Roethlisberger says of Thursday night games.
Bernstein: Brutal Loss Exposes BearsEnough with the celebration of the Bears' perceived competence, their defense and coach John Fox.
The Bernstein Brief: NBC Makes Great Call With SkyCamThis is a first but big step toward modernizing the look of NFL games.
Bernstein: Bears Have To Win This OneTo prove this painfully slow rebuild is moving in the right direction, John Fox needs to direct the Bears past the Packers.
Bernstein: Baseball Hall Of Fame Committee Ignoring 2 Deserving PlayersIf the ranks of the Hall are going to swell, as it seems they are, it can at least be done more fairly.
Bernstein & Goff: 'In Other News,' Nov. 7Bernstein and Goff talk gun control, Cubs-Giants trade rumors and animals vs. humans.
The Bernstein Brief: Big Ten All But Out Of College Football PlayoffWisconsin may be 9-0, but nobody thinks it's deserving of a top-four spot in the College Football Playoff.
Bernstein: Bears-Free Sunday A Different ExperienceThe football always seems better without the Bears, for some reason.
The Bernstein Brief: Zach LaVine, Adidas Banking On Star Turn In ChicagoIf all parties are correct, everybody wins.
Bernstein & Goff: 'In Other News,' Nov. 2Bernstein and Goff talk pizza wars, a man needing an Egg McMuffin and a surprise proposal.
The Bernstein Brief: Astros Are A Worthy ChampionLike the Cubs, the Astros are another exceedingly well-run organization that provides little to dislike.
Bernstein: Doctors Conflicted Over FootballThe more we understand about how the game hurts those who choose to participate, the harder it can become for the doctors involved to justify their roles.
Bernstein & Goff: 'In Other News,' Halloween EditionThe guys discuss a candy that can kill you, a possible future Chicago Bull and a man shooting himself in an unfortunate place.
Shepkowski: An Apology On Behalf Of Illinois On HalloweenThere's no excuse to give out Almond Joy as your Halloween candy.
The Bernstein Brief: World Series Game 5 As Historic As You Probably ThoughtFour of the homers between the Dodgers and Astros shifted win probability in a manner that's rarely seen.
Bernstein: Brutal Injury, Bad Call On Rough Day For BearsIt never felt like the Bears were going to win Sunday, but it all felt far worse than it should have.
Bernstein: Cubs' Joe Maddon Can't Have It Both WaysWhen there's a sweeping purge of a coaching staff, citing a need for a "different voice" comes off hollow.
The Bernstein Brief: Vin Scully Moment Was Just RightIt was merely the great Scully and a couple friends, in a pregame production befitting Hollywood just down the road.
Bernstein: NFL Oversaturated, Consumed DifferentlyFans are engaging with the NFL differently and on their own terms, in ways made possible by new technologies.
The Bernstein Brief: Silence From Bulls' Nikola Mirotic Raises QuestionsIt's clear now that Mirotic harbors more ill will than the Bulls initially expected.
Bernstein: Good Bears Defense Makes Everything Feel BetterSomething is coming together on the Bears defense that rekindles the innate desire shared by fans of this franchise.
Theo Epstein: Jake Arrieta's Work Ethic, Dominance Vaulted Cubs Into Championship Phase"He's just been fundamental to everything we've done here," Epstein says of Arrieta, a pending free agent.
Bernstein: Winning The World Series Is HardThe Cubs were where they said they'd be. They just didn't hang around long enough this time.
Theo Epstein Takes Blame For Cubs Pitchers' Wildness, Notably In Bullpen"It's sort of systemic across the board," Epstein says.

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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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