The McNeil And Spiegel Show
The McNeil and Spiegel Show on 670 The Score is made up of co-hosts Dan McNeil (@DanMcNeil670) and Matt Spiegel (@MattSpiegel670). Both McNeil and Spiegel have had accomplished careers of their own, but teamed up to take mid-day sports talk to a whole new level. Behind the glass, Jay Zawaski (@JayZawaski670), Ben Finfer (@benfinfer), and Nick Shepkowski (@shep670) are the executive and associate producers for The McNeil and Spiegel Show!
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The McNeil and Spiegel Show
May 23, 2013The guys take callers and compare former Vancouver coach, Alain Vigneault, to Joel Quenneville. Then, Sports Jeopardy returns to 670 The Score.
May 23, 2013The guys talk White Sox, Blackhawks, and Heat Pacers. Later they host Dan Pompei from the Tribune to talk about Urlacher's sudden retirement.
May 22, 2013Four Miller Lite interns joined 670 The Score to talk about the movie "The Internship" coming out soon and what their internship with Miller Lite entails this summer.
May 22, 2013Monday's transition of shows from McNeil and Spiegel to Boers and Bernstein.
May 22, 2013In the 4th and final hour of the show, the guys hear Brian Urlacher's statement on his retirement from the NFL. The guys speak with Adam Hoge as we get a inside scoop on the preperation for their game 4 matchup against the Detroit Red Wings.
May 22, 2013During the 3rd hour of the show, Mark Schanowski joins Mac and Spiegs to talk NBA playoffs as well as possible scenarios for the Chicago Bulls in the upcoming NBA Draft as well as this summer's free agents. Also, former Chicago Bear and current Bears postgame host Doug Baffone joined the guys to discuss Brian Urlacher's retirement announcement.
May 22, 2013In the 2nd hour of the show, Mac and Spiegs visit with Mike Florio from ProFootballTalk.com to discuss the breaking news from the Chicago Bears. The guys also get former Bears player Dan Hampton and his thoughts on the breaking news. Mac and Spiegs also talk about the pros and cons of the Blackhawks through the first 3 games of their series against the Detro
May 22, 2013During the 1st hour of The McNeil and Spiegel Show, the guys talk about injury concerns for Chris Sale along with Matt Garza's return to the mound. Also, Mac and Spiegs discuss the Chicago Blackhawks playoff series and the feud between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia.
May 21, 2013On this hour of the show, the Blackhawks are revisited, and the guy try to figure out what they need to do to regain control of the series with Detroit.
May 21, 2013On this hour of the show, the guys talk White Sox with Comcast Sports Net's Bill Melton.
May 21, 2013On the 2nd hour of the show, the guys talk more Blackhawks, and they welcome Jim Deshaies to talk about Matt Garza.
May 21, 2013On the first hour of the show the guys talk about the Blackhawks' game three loss with Chicago Suntimes' writer Mark Lazerus.
May 20, 2013Monday's Transition of shows with Spiegel and Finfer to Boers and Bernstein.
May 20, 2013In the 4th and final hour of the show, Finfer and Spiegel speak with Doc Emerick to discuss the Blackhawks-Red Wings series more in depth. The guys also dive into some more baseball involving both the Cubs and White Sox.
May 20, 2013Jeff Passan and Bruce Miles join Finfer and Spiegel throughout the 3rd hour of the show to talk some Cubs baseball with them. Finfer and Spiegs also dive into the lineups the Blackhawks have for tonight in game 3 of their series in Detroit against the Red Wings.
May 20, 2013In the second hour of The McNeil and Spiegel show, Spiegs and Finfer talk with Steve Konroyd of Comcast SportsNet about the Blackhawks Game 2 loss and preview tonight's Game 3. Also, Spiegs and Finfer discuss the Chicago White Sox pitching staff upon the soon to be arrival of John Danks.
May 20, 2013In the first hour of The McNeil and Spiegel Show, Ben Finfer joins the show in place of Mac. Also, Spiegel and Finfer cover the Blackhawks Game 2 playoff loss and the upcoming returns of Matt Garza and John Danks for each Chicago baseball team.
May 18, 2013Former Bears offensive line coach Tony Wise talks about the development of Bears lineman Kyle Long and how he's working with him to get the 1st round pick ready for training camp.
May 18, 2013On the 2nd hour of the show, the guys talk Bears with veteran offensive line coach, Tony Wise, and fishing with Chicago Sun Times writer, Dale Bowman.
May 18, 2013In the first hour of the show, the guys talked about Derrick Rose, the Blackhawks, and held a "special" draft.
May 17, 20135/17/13 Transition from McNeil and Spiegel to Boers and Bernstein
May 17, 2013To start the final hour the guys do a couple segements of "Ask us anything."
May 17, 2013In the third hour of the show the guys talk to Chris Kuc to preview the Hawks vs Red Wings game set for noon on Saturday, they also discuss some differences between them. To close the hour Mac and Spiegs talk more hockey with Ken Danyko of NHL Live, they talk Hawks and go around the playoffs.
May 17, 2013To start the second hour of the show the guys talk with former Bears O-line coach Tony Wise to talk about Bears first round pick, Kyle Long. To close the hour the guys talk to Tribune outdoorsman, Dale Bowman. Dale shares his unique outdoor/sports analogies, as well as talk of fishing.
May 17, 2013To kick the show offf the guys discuss the big story that broke late last night in LA, Jeff Keppinger took his first walk of the season. The guys also talk about the Hawks game set for noon on Saturday. To close the first hour the guys have a "Dick draft" in honor of the recently deceased Dick Trickle.
The Miami-looking lady, passionately giving Joakim Noah the one-finger salute at last night’s Bulls-Heat game, has been identified.
Joakim Noah had a rough night.
If you have any recollection of the Miami Heat against the New York Knicks in a violent best-of-five, then last night’s Bulls game looked awfully familiar.
Authorities say former Detroit Lions wide receiver Titus Young was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence then arrested again the same day for trying to take his car from a tow yard.
For the depleted Bulls, this is nothing new.
Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith was back in Chicago Tuesday for the birth of his first son, but is expected to make it back to Minnesota in time for tonight’s Game 4 against the Wild.
In the wake of her dismissal from Comcast Sportsnet Chicago, Susannah Collins has released the following statement:
Nate Robinson didn’t really have a choice on Thursday night – he had to play.
Notre Dame unveiled a plan Thursday to add buildings and more than 3,000 revenue-producing premium seats in and around Notre Dame Stadium in a push to make that area of campus more of a community hub.
Comcast SportsNet Chicago reporter Susannah Collins has left the network, after an on-air slip led to renewed attention on other, more controversial on-air work, according to published reports.
Nate Robinson, who was battling the flu and seen vomiting on the Bulls bench finished with 18 points while playing 42 minutes. After a draining game for him, Robinson sat quietly at his locker before addressing the media:
“You just have got to muster up enough energy,” Robinson said, “no excuses”.
With two outs in the bottom of the ninth, White Sox closer Addison Reed plunked former teammate A.J. Pierzynski in the left shoulder with a fastball.
We’re sure Comcast Sportsnet’s Susannah Collins wants this one back.
It’s been over one year since Derrick Rose’s ACL tear and over two months since doctors cleared him to play. Frustrated? Here’s your chance to express your feelings to Rose.
For the first time since taking ownership of the Cubs in 2009, Cubs chairman Tom Ricketts said he will move the Cubs within four years if his proposed Wrigley Field restoration plans were not approved by the city.
Here’s a complete Blackhawks schedule for the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Tim Tebow was waived by the Jets on Monday, the end of an unsuccessful one-season experiment in New York.
After an MRI on his sore left calf following Game 4′s marathon finish, Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich has been ruled out for Game 5.
The Blackhawks announced today they have recalled defenseman Ryan Stanton from the Rockford IceHogs.
Phil Emery did it again.
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- Bears Release Statement On Urlacher’s RetirementFollowing Brian Urlacher's retirement announcement, Chicago Bears chairman George McCaskey has released the following statement:86