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Former Bear Patrick Mannelly be part of the Spiegel and Mannelly Show weekdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
“People are going to say what they want to say about me,” Bears safety Chris Conte says.
“I have a lot of respect for the Bears organization,” Brian Urlacher says.
WBBM Newsradio 780-AM will begin broadcasting Cubs games in 2015.
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Stone will share his knowledge on White Sox and Cubs on the air several times a week.
Mike Tyson said he’s been sober for about six months now.
Chicago football legend Doug Buffone will be the target of this year’s 670 The Score celebrity roast.
Saturday night, the hockey world was abuzz in the wake of an all-out, slapshot style line-brawl between the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks.
Now that 670 The Score will be the new home for University of Illinois basketball and football, The Boers and Bernstein Show hosted an Illini roundtable in studio on Wednesday afternoon.
University of Illinois Director of Athletics Mike Thomas announced today that Learfield Sports’ Fighting Illini Sports Properties has secured WSCR 670 The Score as the newest radio affiliate on the statewide Illini Sports Network.
As Ben Finfer finished The McNeil and Spiegel Show solo, Mike Mulligan and Brian Hanley joined Dan Bernstein and Terry Boers for a special edition of transition.
Ready to take a little walk down memory lane with The Score’s Dan McNeil and Terry Boers?
Sunday evening 14 manly men gathered to do manly things. I was not a part of that. Instead I partook in my second fantasy draft with various members of the 670 The Score team.
In a rare, candid conversation with 670 The Score’s Zach Zaidman, Jay Cutler gives a “thumbs up” for big things ahead.
670 The Score and WBBM Newsradio will be hosting the Comcast Business Class Newsmakers Business of Sports: Life after the Game panel presented by MB Financial on Thursday, September 20th, at the House of Blues in downtown Chicago.
670 The Score is proud to announce it has been selected by The National Association of Broadcasters as a finalists for Sports Station of The Year at the 2012 NAB Marconi Radio Awards.
Ozzie Guillen may be sporting a different uniform now, but the mouthy manager is still talking.