The Mully and Hanley Show
Chicago legends Mike Mulligan and Brian Hanley teamed up in 2005 as hosts of The Score’s “Mully & Hanley” mid-day show. Following their success, the Mully & Hanley Show (@mullyhanley) was soon moved to start off mornings on 670 The Score.
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The Mully and Hanley Show
May 24, 2013In the final hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys continue to talk about the Blackhawks loss to the Detroit Redwings. Also hear the newly sponsored Mark Grote Dance Party in this hour.
May 24, 2013In the third hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys are joined by Brad Biggs from the Chicago Tribune to talk about Mike Ditka’s jersey being retired by the Chicago Bears. They are later joined by Chicago Blackhawks analyst Steve Konroyd.
May 24, 2013In the second hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys are joined by David Haugh from the Chicago Tribune to talk about the Hawks loss to the Redwings. They are later joined by Peter Gammons from the MLB Network to talk about the Cubs, White Sox, and all things baseball.
May 24, 2013In the first hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys react to the Blackhawks loss to the Redwings as they fall behind 3-1 in this playoff series. Can the Hawks win three straight to advance in the 2013 NHL playoffs?
May 23, 2013On the fourth and final hour of the Mulley and Hanley Show, the guys further discuss the career of Brian Urlacher as well his retirement announcement. Former NFL G.M. and now author Ted Sundquist paid a visit to talk about the aforementioned Bears legend. The guys also talked with White Sox Pitching Coach Don Cooper during the hour.
May 23, 2013For the third hour of the Mulley and Hanley Show, the guys begin to preview tonight’s game 3 of the Blackhawks’ series with the Redwings. They also chatted with Gordon Wittenmyer of the Chicago- Suntimes to get up to date on the Cubs and their latest road trip.
May 23, 2013During the second hour of the Mulley and Hanley Show, the guys continue to reflect on the career and legacy of the newly retired Brian Urlacher. Mulley and Hanley also visited with Chicago Tribune Bears Beat Reporter Brad Biggs to hear his take on Urlacher.
May 23, 2013In the first hour of the Mulley and Hanley Show, the guys react to the news of Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher’s retirement. Will Brian stand by his word or will we see him in another NFL uniform playing again? Also, Joe Fortenbaugh from the National Football Post joined the guys to talk about the Bears and other NFL franchises’ prospects and odds in
May 22, 2013In the final hour, Terry Foster from the Detroit News and WXYT joined the show to talk about the series between the Blackhawks and Red Wings, and how surprising the first three games have been. The guys also talked about MLB’s Memorial Day uniforms, and the start of the Heat and Pacers series.
May 22, 2013Mark Gonzales from the Chicago Tribune joined the show to talk about Chris Sale’s injury, the White Sox’s recent improved hitting and Jerry Reinsdorf advising his sons to sell the Sox in the future. The Score’s Zach Zaidman also joined to talk about the Bears’ injury issues, changes to their offense and Gabe Carimi’s future with the team.
May 22, 2013In the second hour the guys talked about Chris Sale being scratched from his Wednesday start and the White Sox’s recent success. Phil Rogers from the Chicago Tribune joined the show to talk about the Cubs and Sox.
May 22, 2013In the first hour of the show, Mully and Hanley talked about Matt Garza’s return to the Cubs, Chris Sale’s tendinitis and Seattle not getting an NBA team.
May 22, 2013In the fourth hour of the show, the guys continued to analyze the Blackhawk's game 3 defeat to the Detroit Red Wings.
May 22, 2013Mully and Hanley spent the first hour of today's show discussing the Blackhawks Game 3 loss last night in Detroit.
May 21, 2013In the final hour, Chris Boden from CSN Chicago joined the guys to discuss the Blackhawks’ Game 3 loss and why they have struggled this series against the Red Wings. Nicholas Cotsonika from Yahoo! Sports also joined to talk about the coaching job Mike Babcock has done for the Red Wings and the officiating in Game 3.
May 21, 2013In the third hour the guys talked about the Blackhawks’ struggles in Game 3 and the controversial call against Andrew Shaw. Cubs play-by-play announcer Len Kasper joined the show to discuss their tough upcoming schedule and Matt Garza’s future with the team.
May 21, 2013In the second hour Chris Kuc from the Chicago Tribune joined the show to talk about Game 3 between the Blackhawks and Red Wings and what to expect from the rest of the series. Brad Biggs from the Tribune also joined to talk about changes to the NFL calendar and Gabe Carimi training with former Pro Bowl center LeCharles Bentley.
May 21, 2013In the first hour of the show, Mully and Hanley talked about the Blackhawks losing Game 3 to the Red Wings, the controversial call that took away a Blackhawks goal and A.J. Pierzynski’s perfect SAT scores.
May 20, 2013In the third hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys continue to talk about the Blackhawks and their game 3 matchup against the Detroit Redwings. Will the Hawks rebound from their game 2 loss and defeat the Wings tonight at the Joe Louis Arena. Listen as Eddie Olczyk joins the guys to preview tonight’s game.
May 20, 2013In the second hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys continue to talk about the Blackhawks and preview Game 3 vs. the Redwings. They are later joined by Jon Heyman from the MLB Network to talk about the Cubs and Sox and all things baseball.
May 20, 2013In the first hour of the Mully and Hanley Show the guys talk about the Redwings dominant victory over the Blackhawks on Saturday. The series is tied at 1-1. The guys also talk about the White Sox and their series split with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
May 17, 2013Mully and Hanley talked with Berad Biggs about the Bears and their OTA's, along with Jean Lenti Ponsetto - DePaul's Athletic Director - about the plans for the new stadium for DePaul at McCormick Place. And, of course, it's a full blown dance party led by Mark Grote!
May 17, 2013K.C. Johnson joined Mully and Hanley this hour and talked about Derrick Rose and the NBA Draft and the Bulls' pick at 20. Also, a caller poses the question - who would you rather have? Kevin Durant or Derrick Rose?
May 17, 2013Mully and Hanley talked more about the Preakness with Randy Moss (not the football player!) of NBC Sports Network, along with going around the diamond with Peter Gammons from MLB Network.
May 17, 2013Mully and Hanley get you prepared for Game 2 between the Blackhawks and Red Wings. They also talk about the Bulls' Taj Gibson's comments about Derrick Rose, and the guys talk to Dick Jerardi from the Philadelphia Daily News about Saturday's Preakness Stakes.
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Bob Arum, CEO of Top Rank Boxing, joined me to preview the fight this weekend between Nonito Donaire and Guillermo Rigondeaux. The fight will take place this Saturday March 13th at Radio City Music Hall in New York City and will be broadcasted live on HBO.
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It’s neither a secret, nor a surprise the Cubs are in a massive rebuilding process never before seen to this extent on the North Side
Injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware will travel to the Final Four on his crutches and expects to be a big presence for the Cardinals.
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Mike Alvarado and Brandon Rios had barely got done hitting each other when the talk of a third fight between the two eager warriors began.
The Chicago White Sox will go as far as their pitching staff lets them. This is not a revelation on my part, but still something the staff takes seriously.
A night after the social media world exploded with criticism of Doug Gottlieb over a comment he made on CBS’s coverage of the NCAA Tournament, the basketball analyst joined 670 The Score to discuss the situation.
With the Cubs’ self-imposed Monday deadline quickly approaching for a deal on $300 million in renovations for Wrigley Field, the major sticking point appears to be the size of a Jumbotron-style video screen the team wants for the stadium.
Though new Northwestern basketball coach Chris Collins, currently an assistant coach for Duke, claims his focus right now is winning a National Championship with the Blue Devils, he called the Wildcats job “everything I was looking for.”
Bobby Hitz, the CEO of Hitz Boxing, joined Craig Miller to talk about his plan for Gov. Pat Quinn to replace Nancy Illg as the head of the Illinois Athletic Commission.
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Chicago Bears tight end Evan Rodriguez has been arrested in Miami on disorderly intoxication charges.
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