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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March 13, 2014The 2nd and final hour of Mac and Spiegs (show cut short due to Illini bball) had the boys talking more Bears, including reaction to the signing of Willie Young from Detroit to play DE.
March 13, 2014The first hour of Thursday's McNeil and Spiegel show featured talk about the Bears free agent signings and a chat with Steve Konroyd from CSN Chicago about the Blackhawks loss last night.
March 12, 2014In the fourth and final hour of the show Spiegs and Rozner continue to break down the Bears' needs on defense and talk with Brad Biggs about the players they have signed.
March 12, 2014In the third hour of the show Spiegs and Rozner talk with Steve Stone about the White Sox and the prospects they may bring north. They also talk about the Bulls with Mark Schanowski and how Phil Jackson can impact the Knicks if he joins the organization.
March 12, 2014In the second hour of the show Spiegs and Rozner continue their discussion of NFL free agency with Mike Florio. They also discuss some older pass rushers that are on the market and which players can help the Bears' defense.
March 12, 2014In the first hour of the show Spiegs and Rozner discuss Julius Peppers' career as a Bear and is he lived up to his contract. They also talk with George Atkinson about new Bear Lamarr Houston
March 11, 2014The 4th and final hour of the show featured more discussion on what the Bears might do in free agency, plus interviews with Bruce Levine on spring training and Mike Caplan on the weather coming into the area.
March 11, 2014Bulls TV play-by-play man Neil Funk joined the guys to preview tonight's Bulls/Spurs game and talk about the state of the Bulls as the season winds down.
March 11, 2014The third hour of the McNeil and Spiegel show featured more Bears and NFL free agency discussion. They also had a chat with Bulls play-by-play man Neil Funk on the state of the team.
March 11, 2014Tribune Bears beat writer Brad Biggs joined the boys to preview what he thinks Phil Emery and the Bears will do in free agency when it begins.
March 11, 2014A busy 2nd hour of the Mac and Spiegs show featured a chat with Hawks Head Coach Joel Quenneville about the rest of the season. They also talked Bears and NFL free agency with Brad Biggs.
March 11, 2014The first hour of Tuesday's McNeil and Spiegel show featured lots of NFL talk regarding the Bears and free agency. They also talked about the finale of Season 1 of "True Detective."
March 11, 2014Blackhawks Head Coach Joel Quenneville joined the boys to discuss the Blackhawks season, bringing up some younger players, and their upcoming matchup with Pittsburgh.
March 10, 2014In the fourth and final hour of the show Mac and Spiegs break down the final episode of True Detective. They also continue to discuss what Bears are going to do during free agency.
March 10, 2014In the third hour of the show Mac and Spiegs talk Bulls and if Joakim Noah is an MVP caliber player with Steve Aschburner. They also discuss Bears defensive needs and who they should target in both free agency and the draft.
March 10, 2014In the second hour of the show Mac and Spiegs talk Bears free agency with Hub Arkush. They also talk with Dave 'Softy' Mahler about Michael Bennett's play in Seattle.
March 10, 2014In the first hour of the show Mac and Spiegs talk about the Bulls' overtime victory over the Heat. They also discuss the Blackhawks' win over the Sabres and if they Bears should really go after Michael Bennett in free agency.
March 7, 2014The guys talk about Season 1 of the 'True Detective' series.
March 7, 2014Bruce Levine updates Spring Training for both teams. White Sox Reliever Ronald Belisario arrives at camp tomorrow. Starter John Danks pitched well through three innings yesterday. The Cubs want more out of Starter Jeff Samardzija. Joakim Noah is up for MVP consideration. The Bulls offense and defense runs through him. The Bulls next six games at home is the
March 7, 2014Blackhawks General Manager Stan Bowman discusses the current state of the Blackhawks and what he expects of the team moving forward. He mentions the value of maintaining players who have strong chemistry with the team instead of trading them away for new players. Is Mike Trout the face of baseball? Recap of the Bowman interview. Brian Urlacher is at Angels C
March 7, 2014The impact that Tommy John surgery has had on MLB players and how it helped them produce afterwards. How Dr. Frank Jobe influenced the MLB for years. Kansas basketball player Cliff Alexander talk about how he accidentally put on an Illinois cap when he made his decision to play for Kansas. Talk about the show ‘True Detective’.
March 7, 2014How the Blackhawks have adjusted since the Stadium Series game. Coach Q has the ability to mix up the lines consistently. Do long-tenured players deserve to be critical of their former teams after they’ve already retired or moved on to another team. Who will the Bears new kickoff and punt returner be? The activeness of the NHL Trade Deadline.
March 6, 2014In the final hour of the show Matt and Barry go in-depth on the talks of the NFL considering to pass a rule banning a racial slur. They also talk a bit about the HBO show True Detective.
March 6, 2014Matt and Barry continue to chat about the Bears' decision to part ways with Devin Hester. They also have Patrick Mannelly of the Bears on in the third hour to share his views on the decision and to speak on his own health after a surgery.
March 6, 2014Matt and Barry talk about the Bears' decision to part ways with kick and punt returner Devin Hester in the second hour. They also discuss the resigning of defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff for the Bears.
WEEK 6 CONFIDENCE PICKS:
JAY Z: 433
Rob Ryan has given the Saints hope for 2013
Was a former Ballboy for the Bears when Buddy, his dad was a coach
O/U for mentions of “ballboy”: 0.5
Mac – Under Spiegs – Over
The McNeil and Spiegel Show is headed to Vegas!
OK…maybe they’re headed to Vegas. Check out their submissions for week 5 action as they try to earn a January trip out west!
Week 5 of the NFL season is upon us and The McNeil and Spiegel Show has their weekly confidence picks ready to go!
The Bears and Lions do battle in week four, get your wagers here that you’ll likely not find anywhere in Vegas!
Cardinals +2.5 at Bucs
The benching of Josh Freeman is fine and all but announcing it so late in the week has allowed very little practice time for Mike Glennon with Vincent Jackson and Mike Williams. Glennon may go on to be a fine NFL quarterback but the Bucs offense struggles mightily here.
15 – Colts over Jags
14 – Broncos over Eagles
13 – Ravens over Bills
12 – Redskins over Raiders
11 – Saints over Dolphins
Mac – Under Spiegs – Under
252 total yards on year – 138 Rush, 114 Receiving
Bears have 742 total yards from scrimmage this year
Works out to be 33.9% of total offense
O/U for Matt Forte’s Percentage of Bears Total Offense on Sunday: 33.3%
Mac – Under Spiegs – Over
Who do you like against the number this weekend? The Mac and Spiegs Show offers their showpot propositions in hopes of one day getting a trip to Las Vegas.
The Mac and Spiegel Show’s Confidence Picks are in for week 3/
The McNeil and Spiegel Show offers you a way to play along with Sunday’s Bears/Vikings game that you just won’t find anywhere else. Print these out and play along with your friends!
Are you one who wagers on the National Football League? Find out who Mac and Spiegs and company are taking in their matchups this weekend.
Who wins the 16 NFL games this weekend? Find out how The Mac and Spiegs crew thing week two will play out.
The McNeil and Spiegel Show’s Showpot had a tough go over the weekend.
The boys had a little fun today with a Tecmo Super Bowl Draft.
With the White Sox reaching new lows seemingly every day, it’s no secret that a number of players could be on new teams very soon.
Andrew Shaw skated off to the side and pumped his arms furiously. One shot from the right point plus two deflections was just enough to beat Tuukka Rask in the fifth-longest Stanley Cup finals game in history.
The Blackhawks won the President’s Trophy for the best record in the league. In fact, had the season not been shortened by a lockout, the Hawks were on pace to tie the 1976-77 Montreal Canadiens’ record for total points in a season (132).
You probably don’t know Zach Smith, but he might be the greatest long snapper in the world.
The Blackhawks announced today they have signed goaltender Antti Raanta on a one-year contract.