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
Excitement surrounding the Blackhawks run to the Cup and the arrival of the ultimate Kris Bryant - Hour 4 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-17-15
April 17, 2015Hour 4 consisted of Eddie O. joining the show to talk about the Blackhawks anlong with baseball guru Bruce Levine awaiting Kris Bryant and his talents at Wrigley Field.
The Bulls heading into the playoffs and more Kris Bryant talk - Hour 3 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-17-15
April 17, 2015In Hour 3, Mully & Hanley talk about the Bulls and their first-round bout with the Bucks. Gordon Wittenmeyer also joins the guys on to talk more Kris Bryant.
April 17, 2015Hour 2 is filled with the hype and excitement of Kris Bryant finally arriving to the big leagues where he belongs.
An exciting 5@5 along with hype around Chicago baseball - Hour 1 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-17-15
April 17, 2015During Hour 1, the guys get revved up for a hot 5@5 and talk baseball with 23-year-old phenom Kris Bryant finally coming up from the minors.
April 16, 2015In the fourth and final hour the guys talk in-depth about the White Sox with pitching coach, Don Cooper.
Soreness in Derrick Rose's left knee, a cause for concern? -- Hour 3 | Mully and Hanley -- 04-16-2015
April 16, 2015In the third hour the guys chat with Jay Zawaski about the Blackhawks and Joe Cowley about the Bulls as both teams are in the playoffs.
April 16, 2015In the second hour the guys both said the Blackhawks should start Crawford despite his struggles in game one, some callers disagreed.
Allowing A Tom Thibodeau Defparture Would Be A Terrible Decision -- Hour 1 | Mully and Hanley -- 04-16-2015
April 16, 2015In the first hour the guys talk about the Blackhawks' comeback victorry in their first playoff game and touch on several topics during "5 at 5."
April 15, 2015In the last hour of Mully & Hanley the guys get to the hotline and talk to every analyst possible about playoff hockey with the Hawks, baseball in Chicago with Cubs & Soxs and basketball with the Bulls.
April 15, 2015In the third hour of Mully & Hanley the guys talk to Yahoo Sports Adrian Wojnarowski about upcoming Bulls playoffs & the guys also chat with former Blackhawk & current Nashville Predator analyst Stu Grimmson about the 1st round Chicago/Nashville matchup.
April 15, 2015Mully & Hanley start hour 2 with more Blackhawks & Kane talk predictions of 1st round matchup against Predators. Also the fellas talk to NFL Scout Greg Gabriel about the Bears possible move with the 7th overall pick in this months draft.
April 15, 2015Another edition of 5 @ 5 with Mully & Hanley.
April 15, 2015In this hour the guys discuss the impact star winger Patrick Kane could have in his return from injury with the NHL playoffs beginning tonight. Also they pose the question, who has a better chance at winning CY Young, Lester or Sale?
April 14, 2015In the fourth and final hour the guys show frustration over people using Jordan Spieth's success to bash Tiger Woods, the guys also discuss the tough start by the White Sox with Bruce Levine.
April 14, 2015Jorge Soler, Kris Bryant, Jon Lester, and all things Cubs related are discussed in the third hour.
April 14, 2015In the second hour the guys discuss how the return of a fearless Derrick Rose brings a new confidence to the Bulls heading into the playoffs.
April 14, 2015In the ifrst hour the guys give their take on a variety of topics on "5 at 5" then they talk to Mike Florio about all things NFL.
More discussion on The Masters along with some Bears and Baseball talk! - Hour 4 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-13-15
April 13, 2015Zaidman and Biggs talk with Kevin Kugler from Westwood One on what it means with Jordan Spieth winning it all in Augusta. The guys also talk what the Bears should do in the NFL Draft. Steve Stone also joins the guys.
More on Jordan Spieth taking home the Green Jacket and former Bear joins the guys - Hour 3 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-13-15
April 13, 2015Zaidman and Biggs take calls from Golf guru Jimmy Roberts from NBC Sports and his thoughts on Jordan Spieth winning The Masters. Former Bear Roberto Garza joins the guys too on how is career came to be and what the Bears meant to him.
More hullabaloo surrounding The Masters and Cubs and Sox talk - Hour 2 - The Mully & Hanley Show - 04-13-15
April 13, 2015Zaidman and Biggs discuss how people talk and focus too much on stupidity in sports and less meaningful things, particularly Jon Lester and his lack of keeping baserunners in check.
April 13, 2015Zach Zaidman and Brad Biggs sit in for Mully & Hanley and talk about 21-year-old Jordan Spieth smashing records to win his first major title at Augusta.
Should Derrick Rose care more about the public's perception of him? -- Hour 4 | Mully and Hanley -- 04-09-2015
April 9, 2015Derrick Rose continues to not play the "public relations game," the guys discuss that and much more in the fourth and final hour.
Concerns grow for the Bulls but at least Chicago baseball matters again -- Hour 3 | Mully and Hanley -- 04-09-2015
April 9, 2015In the third hour the guys touch on Tiger Woods at Augusta, the Cubs, and the questionable Bulls.
Make sure you take your flashlight with you to the portapotty -- Hour 2 | Mully and Hanley -- 04-09-2015
April 9, 2015The guys discuss how much of a nightmare the Wrigley Field bathroom situation is and more in the second hour.
April 9, 2015In the first hour the guys break down Derrick Rose's first game back in the Bulls' lineup after missing 5 weeks with a torn meniscus.
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.