The Boers and Bernstein Show

Since 1999, Terry Boers and Dan Bernstein (@dan_bernstein) have co-hosted the Boers & Bernstein Show on 670 The Score. Over that course of time, they’ve kept the sports world on its toes.

Podcasts & Audio On Demand

Boers and Bernstein Show

  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 08/27/2015

    August 28, 2015

    It's Thursday at 5pm, so you get the Score's signature segment, Who Ya' Crappin? The guys also spend part of the hour confusing the films Urban Cowboy and Drugstore Cowboy, and Laurence Holmes drops by for cross talk and finds a vocal cousin for Bears GM Ryan Pace.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 08/27/2015

    August 28, 2015

    In hour 4 from Thursday, Dan really loves HBO's Hard Knocks and the Texans, especially head coach Bill (I love f bombs) O'Brien. Dan and Terry then talk more about the disturbing lawsuit filed against Derrick Rose and how nobody really knows much (publicly) about who Derrick Rose is.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 08/27/2015

    August 27, 2015

    B&B mourn the loss of NBA center Darryl Dawkins, who died earlier today at the age of 58. Dawkins' agent, Herb Rudoy, joined the guys to tell his best Dawkins stories and explain how interesting Dawkins was as a player and as a person. The guys also talk about Justin Verlander's recent resurgence during the Second Half.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 08/27/2015

    August 27, 2015

    Matt Miller from Bleacher Report joins the boys to discuss Eddie Goldman's ascension up the Bears d-line depth chart and how Miller liked him in the 2015 NFL draft. Dan & Terry also react to some breaking news - the death of former NBA center Darryl Dawkins. The guys share some stories of "Chocolate Thunder."
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 08/27/2015

    August 27, 2015

    Dan & Terry talk Bears with Zach Zaidman, including what's next on the defensive line with Jeremiah Ratliff out due to suspension. They also talk about the Derrick Rose lawsuit and some of the sordid details found in the filing.
  • Spiegel & Goff / Boers & Bernstein Transition - 08/27/2015

    August 27, 2015

    Another edition of transition with the Score's midday and afternoon shows.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 08/26/2015

    August 26, 2015

    The guys pick apart Hawk Harrelson's inability to accurately critique the White Sox and the constant silence on the White Sox broadcasts, and it makes watching the team interminable.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 08/26/2015

    August 26, 2015

    Hour 2 with Dan & Terry featured a conversation on the Bears (and their wide receiver injuries). They also discussed Jay Cutler's reaction to criticism from TE Martellus Bennett on Cutler's leadership. During the last portion of the hour, the guys listen to some audio from Hawk Harrelson where Hawk seems to be broadcasting on another planet.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 08/26/2015

    August 26, 2015

    In the 1st hour, Dan & Terry talk about the NFL trying to get a hold on their players fighting in practices and preseason games, and they share more concern about the Bears as we find out another WR has gone down.
  • Spiegel & Goff / Boers & Bernstein Transition - 08/26/2015

    August 26, 2015

    Hub Arkush fills in for Spiegel and joins Goff, Boers & Bernstein for another edition of transition.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 08/25/15

    August 25, 2015

    Hub Arkush talks Bears with the guys in the final hour. Laurence Holmes jumps in for cross talk.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 08/25/15

    August 25, 2015

    Len Kasper joins Dan and Terry from San Francisco to preview Cubs/Giants
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 08/25/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Score football expert Greg Gabriel joins Dan & Terry to provide some positives about this Bears team and his confidence in John Fox. The guys also discuss more about the dangers of foul balls at MLB parks and why they think netting should be extended for safety reasons.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 08/25/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Dan & Terry start off the 2nd hour talking about the Bears with Zach Zaidman as Zach updates everybody on the news of injuries to Pernell McPhee and Jermon Bushrod. The guys also continue to debate with callers about having more extensive netting at MLB parks to try and make watching baseball (in person) as safe as possible.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 08/25/15

    August 25, 2015

    Tuesday's 1st hour featured Dan and Terry reacting to Cubs Manager Joe Maddon's comments instructing fans to "pay attention" at ballgames, but B&B see this as flawed logic with all the distractions at baseball parks. The guys also have a different opinion of USC football coach Steve Sarkisian's antics from this weekend.
  • Spiegel & Goff / Boers & Bernstein Transition - 08/25/15

    August 25, 2015

    Barry Rozner sits in for Spiegel as he joins Jason Goff to chat with Dan and Terry about what's going on in Chicago sports.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 5 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    A new detail emerges in the Patrick Kane investigation and Dan & Terry discuss what that could mean for the case, and Dan wonders why another University of Illinois administrator has decided to leave the school.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 4 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    B&B spend hour 4 talking about Major League baseball needing more safety netting put up at ballparks to prevent major injuries with fans. Dan disagrees with Cubs Manager Joe Maddon on this issue, as Maddon believes people need to "pay attention," but Dan reminds us how many distractions are present at a ballgame. An update in the Patrick Kane i
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 3 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    The show goes a bit off the rails in the 3rd hour and Dan & Terry spray to all fields (figuratively) during the 2nd half. The guys continue to react to the Jeremiah Ratliff news and worry how bad this Bears' defense really is.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Dan and Terry start hour 2 with a conversation with Matt Bowen from Bleacher Report on the Bears injury struggles, lack of depth and trouble in the secondary. The guys continue that discussion throughout hour 2 and mix in a few listener calls on the subject as well.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 1 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Zach Zaidman joins B&B for the latest from Bears practice, including reaction from Bears defensive lineman Jeremiah Ratliff after the NFL handed down a 3 game suspension for Ratliff violating the league's substance abuse policy.
  • Transition - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Another edition of transition, with Hub Arkush filling in for Matt Spiegel.
  • Boers & Bernstein on 670 The Score - Hour 2 - 08/24/2015

    August 25, 2015

    Dan and Terry talk about the Bears prospects with Bleacher Report's Matt Bowen, including Dan's worries about Kyle Fuller and the Bears' secondary. The guys also talk about the Bears just might not be all that good this season, even though they haven't looked bad yet.
  • Dave Sims with Boers and Holmes - 8-21-15

    August 22, 2015

    Mariners TV play-by-play broadcaster Dave Sims joins Terry and Laurence to talk about what went wrong with the Mariners season in 2015 and gets us ready for the Chris Sale vs. Felix Hernandez pitching matchup tonight in Seattle.
  • Boers and Bernstein Hour 5 - 8-21-15

    August 22, 2015

    Laurence sits in for Bernstein and he and Terry take your Bears phone calls, including from one gentleman who really wants to defend Jay Cutler. Mariners TV broadcaster Dave Sims joins the show toward the end to preview the Mariners/White Sox series, including the great Chris Sale vs. Felix Hernandez matchup tonight!

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