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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Mully and Hanley Show
The White Sox are back to their old ways followed by more Blackhawks! - Hour 4 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-22-15
May 22, 2015The guys talk with Bruce Levine about the White Sox returning to their old losing ways followed by hockey guy Keith Jones saying that the Blackhawks might not be able to get it done generating work from just the blue line, especially being short on defensemen.
More absurdity surrounding the Blackhawks and their loss at home in Game 3 - Hour 3 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-22-15
May 22, 2015In Hour 3, the guys talked with Blackhawks analyst Steve Konroyd and also took calls regarding what's wrong with the Blackhawks and what needs to change for them to turn it around.
May 22, 2015The guys take calls and discuss what has been wrong with the Blackhawks throughout the series and what needs to change for them to win.
Everybody's mad due to the Blackhawks lackluster effort thus far - Hour 1 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-22-15
May 22, 2015Hour 1 was full of Hawks' talk after they got outplayed by the Ducks from start to finish in Game 3 in their return to the UC.
May 21, 2015In the fourth and final hour the guys discuss all things Blackhawks, Cubs, and White Sox.
May 21, 2015In the third hour the guys preview game three of Blackhawks/Ducks. They also interview "Survivor" winner, Mike Holloway.
May 21, 2015In the second hour the guys walk down memory lane while reacting to Dave Letterman's retirement.
May 21, 2015In the first hour the guys discuss Thibodeau possibly leaving the Bulls and where he'd fit best on 5@5.
May 20, 2015Adrian Wojnarowski phones in to talk about the Bulls' coaching future. Jay Zawaski sits in to talk Blackhawks hockey after the triple-OT marathon.
May 20, 2015This is the hour that University of Illinois Athletic Director Mike Thomas phones in to talk allegations against the football and women's basketball programs. The guys also talk more Blackhawk hockey.
May 20, 2015Blackhawks-mania continues, as the guys discuss the triple-OT thriller last night. The Chicago Tribune's Dan Pompei phones in to talk about "Deflategate" & the Bears moving forward.
May 20, 2015University of Illinois Athletic Director Mike Thomas phones in to talk Illinois allegations. The guys also talk about the Blackhawks' marathon win last night, and go over the NBA Playoffs/Bulls coaching scenarios.
May 19, 2015In the fourth and final hour the guys continue to discuss the game 2 of Blackhawks/Ducks and they discuss the Cubs trading catcher Welington Castillo.
Do the Blackhawks have the pieces to adjust to the Ducks' strategy? -- Hour 3 | Mully and Hanley -- 05-19-2015
May 19, 2015In the third hour the guys question the defense of the Blackhawks and if they can make the needed adjustments to beat the Ducks.
May 19, 2015In the second hour the guys chat with NBA.com's Sekou Smith about what changes the Bulls maybe making.
May 19, 2015In the first hour the guys talk about the White Sox's impressive win over Corey Kluger's Indians
Many blocked shots, not enough pressure on Andersen from Hawks' - Hour 4 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-18-15
May 18, 2015Hour 4 consisted of more Blackhawks talk and what they need to do to win in Game 2. White Sox broadcaster Steve Stone joins the show with his take on the Sox latest hot streak!
Blackhawks D will take a toll. Need to play their game - Hour 3 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-18-15
May 18, 2015Hour 3 was full of action, with Brian Hedger joining the guys to talk about the Blackhawks and what needs to be done for a turnaround. Jon Lester joins the show too on the Cubs' latest hot streak.
Changes need to be made for success in Game 2 for Blackhawks - Hour 2 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-18-15
May 18, 2015Hour 2 was more Blackhawks talk and the changes that need to be made for Game 2 if the Hawks' want to get going.
May 18, 2015In Hour 1, the guys talked about the loss last night and what needs to be done to solve Ducks' goaltender Frederik Andersen.
How can the Bulls become better with or without Tom Thibodeau? - Hour 4 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-15-15
May 15, 2015The guys take callers in Hour 4 regarding how shamefully the Bulls ended their season and thoughts on Tom Thibodeau staying or going. Eddie Olczyk also joins the guys to preview the two heavyweights in the Blackhawks and the Ducks for the Western Conference Final.
Is Derrick Rose good enough? What's to change for next season? - Hour 3 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-15-15
May 15, 2015In Hour 3, the guys talked about the current status of the Bulls and what's to change next season. Is Derrick Rose good enough?
Does anybody on the Bulls care if coach Thibs returns or not? - Hour 2 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 05-15-15
May 15, 2015The guys discuss more on the future of Thibodeau and the Bulls and Derrick Rose's significance to what happens to Thibodeau.
May 15, 2015Hour 1 was highlighted by the extremely ugly display the Bulls showed in Game 6 last night and if head coach Tom Thibodeau will and should be out of the Chicago.
May 14, 2015In the fourth and final hour the guys to continue to discuss and semi-predict if the Bulls will force a gave seven.
Minutes after the Miami Heat won their second title in two years, their locker room was nothing short of a circus.
Any Blackhawks fan knows the names Toews, Kane, Hossa, Sharp, Keith and Seabrook by heart, but how many really know the story of the team’s namesake?
In the murder investigation of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez continues to look suspicious.
Despite a loss to the Twins on Tuesday night that came on the heels of losing three out of four the Astros, the White Sox are not sellers… Yet.
The Brooklyn Nets hired Jason Kidd as their coach Wednesday, bringing the former star back to the franchise he led to its greatest NBA success.
The White Sox signed shortstop Tim Anderson, their first-round pick (17th overall) in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, to a minor-league contract with a $2.164-million bonus.
Boxing will be held at US Cellular Field this August 16th
Former Arizona Diamondbacks television analyst Mark Grace has been released from a Phoenix jail after completing a four-month DUI sentence under a work-release program.
The split between the Green Bay Packers and longtime quarterback Brett Favre was anything but amicable.
Bobby Hitz to offer “Fight Night at the Horseshoe” live via Ustream
Pay Per View on Saturday, June 8, at 7:30 PM
Looking for some tips befor the big race? Here are some expert picks from around the Internet:
Jim Lampley is the lead announcer for HBO Championship Boxing. He joined me to preview the fight between Chad Dawson and Adonis Stevenson and the undercard fight between Yuriorkis Gamboa and Darley Perez. These fights can be seen this Saturday, June 8th on HBO Boxing After Dark.
David “Deacon” Jones, the original sackmaster, has died.
As the White Sox kick off a four-game series against the A’s on Thursday, they’ll be without manager Robin Ventura for the first two games.
University of Illinois trustees have agreed to a deal in which New York Yankees star Curtis Granderson will pay for most of a new baseball stadium at his alma mater, the University of Illinois-Chicago.
Steve Kim is highly regarded as one of the best boxing writers in the country and is the lead columnist for maxboxing.com. Steve, along with his staff, spoke with the CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, Richard Schaefer, to confirm the news that Floyd Mayweather will fight Canelo Alvarez September 14th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Their regular-season hot streak did little to prepare the team for rough waters, but facing a 3-1 hole in the Western Conference Semifinals, the Blackhawks found a way to win.
As such, let’s take a look at some of the more dramatic Game 7s from all of Chicago’s teams.
It may seem as if the San Antonio Spurs are playing for an NBA title every year. Tim Duncan and Tony Parker know only too well how very long it’s been since their last chance.
The right-hander will undergo an MRI on Tuesday to see if this is related to a muscle strain from April.