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December 13, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh do their daily transition segment with Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight. The guys mull over their final thoughts on Bears vs Packers.
December 13, 2019
In their final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh have a conversation with Radio.com NFL Insider Brian Baldinger, who offers thoughts on how the Bears will do against the Packers on Sunday. They also get perspective from the enemy sidelines as Bill Michaels from 105.7 The Fan in Milwaukee talks about what he's seen from the Packers in the last few weeks.
December 13, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh speak with the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs to hear what he thinks will happen with the Bears take on the Packers Sunday. They also talk with Joe Fortenbaugh of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco, who offers what he thinks are the best betting picks in the NFL this weekend.
December 13, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discuss how they believe the Bears will fair against the Packers on Sunday in Green Bay. Could the Bears be facing the Packers at just the right time? Later, Radio.com Sports gambling insider Nick Kostos joins the guys to go over his favorite betting lines for the NFL this weekend.
December 13, 2019
In the first hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh spend time discussing the greatness of Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who had another great game last night on Thursday Night Football. The guys then conduct their daily 5 at 5 segment. The crew start by pondering whether or not Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will have another multi-touchdown game against the Packers? How much will it hurt the Bears if special teams ace Cordarelle Patterson can’t play? Looking to MLB, did the White Sox do enough at the Winter meetings and will Yasmani Grandal’s contract still be the highest in team history at the start of the season? What will happen first, the Sox signing a top line starter or the Cubs trading Kris Bryant? Finally, will the Bears game against the Chiefs next week get flexed out of primetime?
December 12, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they discussed the Score's Brat Bowl broadcast taking place at the Brat Stop in Kenosha, Wisconsin all day Friday.
December 12, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by legendary White Sox television play-by-play man Ken "Hawk" Harrelson to discuss his earning Hall of Fame honors by winning the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasting excellence Wednesday. The guys then discussed White Sox general manager Rick Hahn's comments that the trade for right fielder Nomar Mazara shouldn't be judged "in isolation" and that critics should "wait to see how the entire roster pans out." Finally, the guys previewed the Bears-Packers game Sunday.
December 12, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the comment by Bears coach Matt Nagy that his team is mentally stronger now than they were in their loss to the Packers in Week 1. Biggs also shared his thoughts on how Green Bay's defense will attack Chicago's offense and more. Later, former White Sox manager and current NBC Sports Chicago baseball analyst Ozzie Guillen joined the show to share his reaction to legendary White Sox television play-by-play man Ken "Hawk" Harrelson earning Hall of Fame honors by winning the Ford C. Frick Award. Guillen also discussed the White Sox's roster needs as the offseason progresses and more.
December 12, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed first baseman Anthony Rizzo's agent telling ESPN that the Cubs aren't offering a contract extension this offseason before taking reaction from Score listeners. They also discussed the possibility that the Cubs could trade star third baseman Kris Bryant and took more reaction from Score callers on the topic. Later, Dave Richard of CBS Sports joined the show to share fantasy football tips and advice for Week 15 of the NFL season.
December 12, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a debate about whether Bears general manager Ryan Pace would be best served by his team losing to the Packers this Sunday so that Chicago's matchup against Kansas City on Dec. 22 would be flexed out of the national television spotlight of Sunday Night Football. Could the Bears-Chiefs game effectively serve as a three-hour commercial about Pace's worst professional decision -- trading up to select quarterback Mitchell Trubisky while leaving eventual league MVP Patrick Mahomes on the board? The guys then shared their reaction to Bears coach Matt Nagy stating that his team is "mentally stronger" now than it was in its loss to the Packers in Week 1. Should the comment encourage or anger fans? Is Nagy's comment proof that Chicago buckled under the weight of expectations this season? The morning crew also shared its interpretation of White Sox general manager Rick Hahn's comments that the trade for right fielder Nomar Mazara shouldn't be judged "in isolation" and that critics should "wait to see how the entire roster pans out." The guys then reacted to first baseman Anthony Rizzo's agent telling ESPN that the Cubs aren't offering a contract extension this offseason. How big of a problem could that become? Finally, the guys discussed how the Bulls should address the hole at small forward now with Otto Porter Jr. continuing to be sidelined indefinitely.
December 11, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they discussed the White Sox's move to acquire right fielder Nomar Mazara from the Rangers in exchange for Class-A outfield prospect Steele Walker and more.
December 11, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh had a discussion about right-hander Gerrit Cole agreeing to a nine-year, $324-million deal with the Yankees. Later, Score baseball insider Bruce Levine joined the show to discuss the White Sox's acquisition of right fielder Nomar Mazara from the Rangers in exchange for Class-A outfield prospect Steele Walker, how the Cole signing impacts free agency for the Southsiders and more.
December 11, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the possible return of Bears' defensive lineman Akiem Hicks this Sunday after missing time due to an elbow injury that he suffered in early October, why he says Chicago could not handle the high expectations they faced this season and more. Later, Radio.Com Sports NFL Insider Michael Lombardi joined the show to discuss the progress of Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, the videotaping scandal involving the Patriots and more.
December 11, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the White Sox's move to acquire right fielder Nomar Mazara from in exchange for Class-A outfield prospect Steele Walker. The guys then discussed rumors that the Cubs may trade star third baseman Kris Bryant. Later, Hall of Fame football writer Dan Pompei joined the show to discuss the Bears-Packers matchup Sunday, the success of Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisky when he's on the run and more.
December 11, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with their reaction to the White Sox's acquisition of right fielder Nomar Mazara from the Rangers in exchange for Class-A outfield prospect Steele Walker. The guys then shared their reaction to right-hander Gerrit Cole agreeing to a nine-year, $324-million deal with the Yankees. The morning crew also debated whether the noon start will favor the Bears or Packers this Sunday before sharing which matchup they'll be watching most in the showdown. Finally, the guys discussed how the Bulls will be impacted by forward Otto Porter Jr. being sidelined for at least another month after he was diagnosed with a fracture in his left foot after initially being diagnosed with a strain and bone bruise.
December 10, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed Dan's breakfast habits, whether White Sox owner Jerry Reinsdorf's age if fueling the team's urgency in free agency and more.
December 10, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Radio.Com Sports MLB Insider Jon Heyman to discuss the possibility of the Cubs trading star third baseman Kris Bryant, his thoughts on which free-agent the White Sox will pursue next and more. Later, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk joined the show to discuss the success of the Packers without quarterback Aaron Rodgers performing at the highest possible level, his thoughts on whether the Bears will pursue a veteran QB in the offseason to compete with Mitchell Trubisky for the starting job and more of the latest NFL storylines.
December 10, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by football analyst Dave Wannstedt to discuss the progress of Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, his thoughts on whether the NFL should re-seed playoff teams. Wannstedt also shared his thoughts on whether the College Football Playoff Committee got their final rankings right and more.  Later, the guys discussed the Bears' upcoming game against the Packers.
December 10, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the Bulls' disappointing 93-92 loss to the Raptors on Monday night. The guys then reacted to reporting from Score baseball insider Bruce Levine that the Cubs have talked about trading star third baseman Kris Bryant to the Phillies. Later, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune joined the show to discuss the latest on the health of Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara -- who missed Thursday's win over the Cowboys due to a hamstring strain --, Chicago placing linebacker Roquan Smith on injured reserve with a torn pectoral muscle and more.
December 10, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about the news that the Bears have placed linebacker Roquan Smith on injured reserve with a torn pectoral muscle and shared their evaluation of his season. How much will his absence diminish Chicago's defense? The guys then discussed what right-hander Stephen Strasburg's seven-year $245 million deal to return to the Nationals means to the free-agent market. Did Washington make the right move by bringing him back? Later, the morning crew shared their level of surprise by reporting from Score baseball insider Bruce Levine that the Cubs have talked about trading star third baseman Kris Bryant to the Phillies. They also reacted to a rumor that the White Sox would be willing to part ways with major-league talent for the right controllable pitcher or position player. Finally, the guys had a conversation about how they think the Bulls will respond to the dip in attendance numbers at the United Center that isn't likely to get better without significant change.
December 9, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed the bad calls by referees in the Chiefs-Patriots game, the struggles of New England quarterback Tom Brady, evaluating Chicago QB Mitchell Trubisky and more.
December 9, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed how the performance of Mitchell Trubisky in the final three games of the season will influence what the Bears do concerning their quarterback position heading into the 2020 season. Later, Score baseball insider Bruce Levine joined the show to discuss his takeaways from his interview with White Sox General Manager Rick Hahn regarding the team's offseason plans, his thoughts on whether the Sox will make a free-agent signing this week, the chances of the Cubs trading one of their core players and more.
December 9, 2019
In the third hour, MIke Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the importance of the Bears' game against the Packers this Sunday, his thoughts on the progress of quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and more. Later, Score football analyst Olin Kreutz joined the show to weigh in on the progress of Trubisky, the possible return of defensive lineman Akiem Hicks from an elbow injury suffered in Week 5 and more.
December 9, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the Bears' playoff chances, which weren't aided by the results of the Sunday slate of Week 14 games. The guys then looked ahead to Chicago's big matchup against Green Bay this Sunday. Later, they were joined by K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago to discuss his takeaways from the Bulls' 110-105 loss to the Heat on Sunday, the resurgence of forward Lauri Markkanen and more.
December 9, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about which team poses the biggest threat to the Bears' playoff hopes: the Packers, Chiefs or Vikings. Will Chicago win out? The guys then discussed how much better the Bears will be if defensive lineman Akiem Hicks, who has been missing since Week 5 due to a dislocated elbow, returns this week. Later, the morning crew weighed in on who the White Sox should pursue to fill their right field position before sharing their reaction to the College Football Playoff selection committee rewarding LSU with the No. 1 seed and their predictions for which team will win the National Title. Finally, the guys debated whether the Bulls will win three straight games at any point this season.
December 6, 2019
Before heading out for the day, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh are joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight as they discuss what the Bears did well in their win, why Matt Nagy couldn't open up the offense earlier in the year plus more.
December 6, 2019
In their final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh put into perspective that the Bears are now a team that has playoff life and will play games that matter in December. Later Mike and David discuss the fact that the tight end position group showed up against the Cowboys.
December 6, 2019
In their third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh are joined by former Bear and current WBBM color analyst for the Bears Tom Thayer, as he helps break down the Bears adjustments after a rough first drive. Later Mike and David welcome in gambling expert Joe Fortenbaugh as he gives you his best plays for this upcoming weekend. Finally they are joined by former Bear and current 670 The Score Bears Pre/Post host Olin Kreutz as they discuss how the team has reacted to leaders stepping up in the Bears locker room.
December 6, 2019
In their second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh continue to break down the Bears win last night over the Dallas Cowboys as they find out what Bears fans think about the win. Later Mike and David are joined by Brad Biggs, the Bears beat reporter for the Chicago Tribune, as Biggs breaks down what he saw at Soldier Field last night.
December 6, 2019
In their first hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discuss if the Bears and Mitchell Trubisky showed enough to give hope in yesterday's win over the Cowboys. Later during the 5 at 5, Mike and David are joined by Kevin Dziepak, Dustin Rhoades and Mike Esposito as they discuss the Bears functioning offense, how the defense will be after losing Roquan Smith plus more.
December 5, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed the Bears-Cowboys game taking place on Thursday night. (12/5/19)
December 5, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by morning show hosts Shan and RJ of 105.3 The Fan in Dallas to preview the Bears-Cowboys game taking place on Thursday night. Later, the guys shared their predictions for the game.
December 5, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to preview the Bears-Cowboys game taking place on Thursday night. Later, the guys had a conversation about the dysfunction and turmoil Dallas is experiencing before discussing the news that Bears wide receiver/kick returner Cordarrelle Patterson has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November.
December 5, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Radio.com Sports gambling insider Nick Kostos to discuss the Bears-Cowboys game on Thursday and the rest of the NFL and college football games this weekend as well as what lines he's favoring. Later, Dave Richard of CBS Sports joined the show to share fantasy football tips and advice for Week 14 of the NFL season.
December 5, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with the guys discussing whether they believe Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott will gain 100 yards in the Bears-Cowboys game on Thursday night. The morning crew then discussed what the most important matchup in the game will be and how it will impact the outcome. Which Bears player can least afford to have a bad game? Later, the guys had a discussion about what the White Sox should do now that right-hander Zack Wheeler has signed with the Phillies and left-hander Cole Hamels has joined the Braves. Has the Sox's free-agent plan been scuttled two years running? The crew also had a conversation about how good the DePaul men's basketball team is after defeating Texas Tech on Wednesday to reach 9-0. Finally, they shared their predictions for the Chicago-Dallas game.
December 4, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they discussed the Panthers' move to fire coach Ron Rivera and more.
December 4, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh previewed the Bulls-Grizzlies game Wednesday and the Bears-Cowboys matchup Thursday. Later, Big Ten Network analyst Gerry DiNardo joined the show to preview the Big Ten title game between Ohio State and Wisconsin and to reflect on Illinois' loss to Northwestern.
December 4, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune to preview the Bears-Cowboys game Thursday and to discuss how Chicago will be impacted if cornerback Prince Amukamara is out due to a hamstring injury and more. Later, Radio.com Sports NFL insider Michael Lombardi joined the show to weigh in on the Bears-Cowboys matchup and to discuss the future of Dallas coach Jason Garrett, his evaluation of Chicago quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's progress and more.
December 4, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed Bears coach Matt Nagy's comment that he's "proud" his team is playing "meaningful" games in December. Are the Bears really playing games that matter down the stretch? The guys then discussed the Bears-Cowboys matchup Thursday and Dallas' poor defense. Later, Hall of Fame football writer Dan Pompei joined the show to discuss the progress of Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, how defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano will adjust if cornerback Prince Amukamara misses the game due to hamstring injury and more.
December 4, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about Bears coach Matt Nagy's comment that he's "proud" that the Bears are playing "meaningful" games in December. Should the team be proud given the expectations they had coming into the season? How meaningful are these games given their status as a .500 team? The guys then shared their level of concern that Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara missed practice again on Tuesday. What are the best options defensively if Amukamara can't play? Later, the morning crew previewed the Bulls-Grizzlies game taking place on Wednesday night. Memphis is 6-14 and will be without rookie guard Ja Morant due to lingering back spasms. Is this a must-win game for Chicago? Are there signs the Bulls are on the verge of a breakthrough? The guys also debated whether White Sox fans should be more excited about free-agent targets like right-hander Zack Wheeler or trade possibilities like Dodgers outfielder Joc Pederson. Finally, the crew discussed the report by Jeff Passan of ESPN that described the Cubs as "manic" and committed to making a big trade for the sake of making a big trade. Does that sound like team president of baseball operations Theo Epstein? Could that mean the Cubs are more likely to start the process of major changes by trading a player at next week's GM meetings that isn't considered a core piece? (12/4/19)
December 3, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for transition, where they pondered which organization they'd rather take over considering the potential of their futures -- the Cubs or the White Sox?
December 3, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh continue discussing the potential futures of the Cubs and White Sox. The Cubs seem to have more proven players. Would you take them over the potential of the young White Sox guys? Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio talks with the guys later about what, if anything, the Vikings losing last night did for the Bears' playoff chances.
December 3, 2019
In the show's third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh chat with the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs about the Vikings losing on Monday Night Football and what that does for the Bears' playoff hopes. MLB Network Insider Jon Heyman also joins the guys to discuss a conversation he had on MLB Network about which team you'd rather have the next five years...the Cubs or the White Sox?
December 3, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discuss the White Sox showing interest in free agent pitcher Cole Hamels. How would he fit in the Sox pitching rotation? Later, the guys turn their focus to the Bulls as they speak with RADIO.com Sports NBA Insider Brian Scalabrine about the team's struggles this season, and if coach Jim Boylen can pull the team together.
December 3, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh begin their Tuesday show discussing the Bulls finding a way to win a game on Monday, although it was a little too close for comfort. Plus, they conduct their daily 5 at 5 segment, beginning by asking what the gang thinks of Matt Nagy saying Bears edge rusher Leonard Floyd is a tough guy, as Floyd continues to not put up big numbers. Do you buy what Nagy is selling? The Cowboys have one of the NFL’s best offenses. Will the Bears be able to slow them down Thursday, or will the offense have to try and keep up? The Cubs announced Monday they are not tendering a contract to infielder Addison Russell, along with releasing an explanation from President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein. What do you think about the decision? Is it at all surprising the White Sox are giving catcher James McCann a one-year, $5.4 million contract? Will McCann be in Chicago for all of 2020? Finally, the Blackhawks are investigating allegations against assistant coach Marc Crawford, who has been placed on leave until the investigation is complete. What’s at stake for the Hawks given that Crawford was hired last summer?
December 2, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh do their daily transition segment with Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight. Dan explains why it's better to emotionally detach from this Bears team.
December 2, 2019
In their final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh bring on Bears safety Eddie Jackson to gather what he thought went well in the Bears' win over the Lions on Thanksgiving. Plus, what does Eddie remember about playing against Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott in college? Former Bears coach Dave Wannstedt closes out the hour in the studio with the guys. Dave believes the Bears have made progress the last couple weeks.
December 2, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh speak with Bears radio analyst Tom Thayer, who offers his thoughts on the Bears' win over the Lions. Has the team improved? Former Bears center Olin Kreutz joins the guys later in the hour to discuss his thoughts on the win. Olin thinks there is some progress, particularly with runningback David Montgomery.
December 2, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discuss what the next month of the Bears' season could bring. Even if they beat the Cowboys on Thursday, the team has lost the ability to control its' own destiny when it comes to a possible playoff berth. Later, the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs joins the guys to talk about his observations from the Bears win over the Lions, and any progress quarterback Mitch Trubisky made in the game.
December 2, 2019
In the first hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh look back at yesterday's NFL action, which featured some of the league's best teams facing off. Plus, they do their daily 5 at 5 segment, starting by pondering how big of a step Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky took in their win over the Lions on Thanksgiving, or as that just a good day against a bad team? Akiem Hicks was back at practice Sunday for the Bears. How much of an impact can he make the rest of the season? Does recent success of draft picks like Roquan Smith and Anthony Miller offset the disappointing seasons of Adam Shaheen and Leonard Floyd? The Bulls continue to struggle…where do they go after another bad loss last Friday? Finally, which was a bigger surprise this past weekend: Northwestern beating Illinois or Auburn beating Alabama?
November 29, 2019
In the daily transition, Nick Shepkowski and Arthur Arkush discuss the Bears win vs Lions with Julie DiCaro & Peggy Kusinski who are in for Bernstein & McKnight.
November 29, 2019
With Nick Shepkowski & Arthur Arkush in for Mully & Haugh, they talk the Bears win with the Chicago Sun-Times' Mark Potash.  Later on, they talk have the Bears fixed their issues with this win.
November 29, 2019
Nick Shepkowski and Arthur Arkush are in for Mully & Haugh and in the third hour of the show, they talk Bears and NFL with Eric Edholm of Yahoo Sports, then later they preview a great Big 10 matchup of Ohio State and Michigan with Zach Shaw of 24/7 sports.
November 29, 2019
Nick Shepkowski and Arthur Arkush, who are in for Mully & Haugh, discuss the drop offin production from Bears star player Khalil Mack.  They also get into who is to blame for this Bears season, GM Ryan Pace, or head coach Matt Nagy?
November 29, 2019
In for Mully & Haugh, Nick Shwpkowski and Arthur Arkush discuss the big Bears win that puts the Bears at 6-6 on the season.  They dive into the big play, cornerback Kyle Fuller made to help seal the win and the breakout game by 2nd year wide receiver Anthony Miller had.
November 27, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed David's double-duty Tuesday, when he filled in for Danny Parkins and co-hosted with Dan McNeil that afternoon after co-hosting the morning show with Mully. They also talked about Thanksgiving Day alcohol and more.
November 27, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Radio.Com Sports NFL Insider Michael Lombardi to preview the Bears' Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions, his thoughts on whether coach Matt Nagy should run more of a hurry-up style offense to accommodate quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and more. Then guys then debated whether Nagy would be on the hot seat if he were the team's offensive coordinator rather than coach before sharing their predictions for the Chicago-Detroit matchup.
November 27, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune to preview the Bears' Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions. Later, Joe Fortenbaugh of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco joined the show to discuss what he believes are the best bets in Week 13 of NFL action and in college football this weekend.
November 27, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Hall of Fame football writer Dan Pompei to preview the Bears' Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions and discuss the list of Pro Football Hall of Fame 2020 modern-era semifinalists. Later, Dave Richard of CBS Sports joined the show to share fantasy football tips and advice for Week 13 of the NFL season.
November 27, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about the Bears' game against the Lions. If Chicago hits .500 on Thanksgiving Day is that an accomplishment to be celebrated? What do the Bears have to do during the remaining five games of the year to have a "successful" season? The guys then had a conversation about the suggestion from Bears coach Matt Nagy and defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano on Tuesday that linebacker Khalil Mack has been more dominant this year than last. Why would they say such a thing? Later, the morning crew discussed reports that the Cubs' front office and shortstop Javy Baez are expected to discuss a long-term deal at the winter meetings. What does that mean for the future of the team and the core? Finally, the guys reacted to reporting by Score baseball insider Bruce Levine that the White Sox are in "hot pursuit" of free-agent right-hander Zack Wheeler and shared their predictions for the Bears-Lions Thanksgiving Day game.
November 26, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they discussed their respective takes on tofu, Bernstein's anxiety over hosting Thanksgiving, the White Sox's move to place second baseman Yolmer Sanchez on outright waivers and more.
November 26, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by football analyst Dave Wannstedt to preview the Bears-Lions matchup on Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, the struggles of Chicago's offensive line, why he believes the team has to make a decision about the direction of the offense and much more. Later, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk joined the show to discuss Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson's success, Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins missing the final snap of the team's win against Detroit to take a selfie with a fan and more NFL storylines.
November 26, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the Lions' injury situation at quarterback, his thoughts on whether Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller has reached a turning point in his season and more. Later, the guys discussed the opinion from one Detroit Free Press writer that Lions fans should boycott the Thanksgiving Day game against Chicago to send a message to the team's owner before discussing the state of the Bears' quarterback position and how coaching has contributed to Mitchell Trubisky's limitations.
November 26, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the Bears' Thanksgiving Day game against the Lions. They reacted to the news that Detroit quarterback Jeff Driskel was listed as limited in Monday's practice due to a hamstring injury, which could mean third-string QB David Blough will start against Chicago on Thursday. The guys then discussed whether coach Matt Nagy needs to simplify and speed up the offense to better accommodate quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's skillset. Finally, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago joined the show to discuss the Bulls' 117-94 blowout loss to the Blazers on Monday.
November 26, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about Mitchell Trubisky. If the final five games are about making a decision on the future of the Bears' starting quarterback, is it time for coach Matt Nagy to call plays that work best for him? Is Nagy more interested in calling his game or developing Trubisky? The guys then discussed whether kicker Eddy Pineiro is getting a pass after a mediocre performance against the Giants on Sunday. After a costly penalty on the opening kickoff and another missed long kick, should the Bears be looking for help? Later, the morning crew previewed the Bears' Thanksgiving Day matchup against the Lions. With Detroit's first-string quarterback Matthew Stafford unlikely to return due to a back injury and backup Jeff Driskel battling a hamstring injury, it's possible Chicago may face former Browns undrafted free agent David Blough. Is that a big advantage or is it possible the Bears won't know what to expect? After another disappointing Bulls loss on Monday, the guys debated whether the team is figuring out their identity, heading toward another major shakeup, on the verge of getting it together or "running in place". Finally, the guys reacted to the White Sox's decision to put second baseman Yolmer Sanchez on outright waivers in an apparent cost-cutting move.
November 25, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they shared their reaction to the Bears' uninspiring 19-14 win against the Giants on Sunday.
November 25, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears safety Eddie Jackson to discuss the team's 19-14 win over the Giants on Sunday. The guys then had a discussion about reports that the Bears are full speed ahead in the Mitchell Trubisky era and plan on moving forward with him in 2020 before reacting to running back Tarik Cohen's comments on getting booed by fans at Soldier Field.
November 25, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears Radio analyst Tom Thayer to discuss the team's 19-14 win against the Giants on Sunday. Later, Score football pregame analyst Olin Kreutz joined the show to discuss the Bears' win, what he liked about quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's post-game comments and more.
November 25, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the Bears' 19-14 win over the Giants and their takeaways from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's performance. The guys then discussed a series in the game that was a perfect microcosm of the team's 2019 season. Later, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune joined the show to discuss his thoughts on the Bears' win.
November 25, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with the guys discussing whether the Bears' 19-14 win over the struggling Giants on Sunday was good enough. Is a "just win" mentality acceptable at this point in the season? The morning crew then reacted to reports that the Bears are full speed ahead in the Mitchell Trubisky era and plan on moving forward with the quarterback next year. The guys also debated who had a better game: linebacker Khalil Mack on defense or wide receiver Allen Robinson on offense. Later, they discussed the state of the team's tight end position. Is it the top priority moving forward? Finally, the crew shared their reaction to Bulls guard Zach LaVine's career-high 49-point performance against the Hornets on Saturday night, one day after being benched by coach Jim Boylen.
November 22, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed the White Sox's move to sign all-star catcher Yasmani Grandal and what's likely to be the next move for the team. (11/22/19)
November 22, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Bears safety Eddie Jackson to preview the team's game against the Giants on Sunday. Later, Bears Radio play-by-play man Jeff Joniak joined the show to preview the matchup as well and share his keys to the game.
November 22, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to preview the Bears-Giants game taking place on Sunday. Later, Joe Fortenbaugh of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco joined the show to share what he believes are the best bets in Week 12 of NFL action and college football this weekend.
November 22, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the White Sox's move to sign all-star catcher Yasmani Grandal. Later, Radio.com Sports gambling insider Nick Kostos joined the show to discuss the NFL games and what lines he's favoring this weekend.
November 22, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with their reaction to the White Sox's move to sign all-star catcher Yasmani Grandal to a four-year, $73 million deal. What does the move mean for the rest of free agency? The guys then discussed how the Grandal signing affects the trade market for Cubs catcher Willson Contreras before sharing whether they believed Bears backup quarterback Chase Daniel when he told reporters on Thursday that starter Mitchell Trubisky had the best Thursday practice during Daniel's time with the team. Later, the morning crew discussed whether Heat star Jimmy Butler will get the same kind of apologies from former critics when the Bulls face Miami on Friday that Pistons guard Derrick Rose received during his homecoming in Chicago this week. Finally, the guys shared their prediction for the Bears-Giants game on Sunday.
November 21, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed the rainy weather in Chicago on Thursday, Connor's need for boots and more. (11/21/19)
November 21, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by former Bears kicker and Super Bowl XX champion Kevin Butler to discuss the recent struggles of Chicago kicker Eddy Pineiro. Later in the interview, the guys were joined by a special guest -- check it out at the 9:41 mark. The guys then discussed the move by the Toronto Maple Leafs to fire coach Mike Babcock before discussing the White Sox's offseason needs.
November 21, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the Bears' upcoming matchup against the Giants, the team's move to promote tight end Jesper Horsted to the active roster and more. The guys were then joined by Big Ten Network analyst Gerry DiNardo to discuss what went wrong for Minnesota in their loss to Iowa on Saturday, preview the Illini-Iowa game taking place this Saturday and more. Finally, Will Perdue of NBC Sports Chicago joined the show to discuss his interview with Pistons guard and former Bulls star Derrick Rose. They had a conversation about Rose's contention that had load management been around when he played for Chicago, he would still be a Bull.
November 21, 2019
In the second hour, MIke Mulligan and David Haugh discussed why starting this Sunday's game against the Giants is crucial for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who told reporters Wednesday that his injured hip feels fine. The guys then discussed the struggles of kicker Eddy Pineiro. Later, Dave Richard of CBS Sports joined the show to share fantasy football tips and advice for Week 12 of the NFL season.
November 21, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about the health of Mitchell Trubisky. The Bears' quarterback fully participated in practice on Wednesday and told reporters his hip feels fine, suggesting he'll start Sunday against the Giants. The guys shared whether comments from Trubisky and coach Matt Nagy changed their view of the decision to pull the starting QB in the final minutes of the team's loss to the Rams. The morning crew then discussed whether Bears linebacker Khalil Mack will be more or less likely to take over Sunday's game against the Giants if New York tackle Nate Solder is ruled out. Later, the guys shared their predictions for how many takeaways the Bears will have on Sunday when facing Giants quarterback Daniel Jones, who has a tendency to give away the football. Why hasn't Chicago's defense forced more turnovers? The crew also had a discussion about Pistons guard Derrick Rose saying he'd likely still be on the Bulls if load management was in vogue when he was on the team. Would Rose have led the Bulls to an NBA title if not for the injuries? Finally, the guys reacted to the White Sox's announcement that Omar Vizquel won't return as manager at Double-A Birmingham and will leave the organization, ending speculation that he'll succeed Sox manager Rick Renteria. (11/21/19)
November 20, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment, where they discussed Radio.com Sports NFL insider Michael Lombardi's contention that Bears coach Matt Nagy is more of a play-caller than a head coach and what's left for the team to prove in the final six games of the season.
November 20, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed Radio.com Sports NFL insider Michael Lombardi's contention that Bears coach Matt Nagy is more of a play-caller than a head coach. The guys then took reaction to Lombardi's comments from Score callers.
November 20, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune to discuss whether Bears coach Matt Nagy created a bad situation with the way he handled pulling quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the final minutes of the loss to the Rams on Sunday, his thoughts on whether the team should consider activating some of its practice squad players at this point in the season and more. Later, Radio.com Sports NFL insider Michael Lombardi joined the show to discuss the Bears' struggles, to evaluate Trubisky and to explain why he believes Nagy is more of a play-caller than a head coach.
November 20, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed whether the Bears have entered a "development phase" after dropping to 4-6 with their loss to the Rams on Sunday night. Do the final six games of the season give the team an opportunity to make the roster better for 2020 by seeing what reserve players can do? Later, Hall of Fame football writer Dan Pompei joined the show to discuss his interpretation of coach Matt Nagy's move to pull quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the final minutes of their loss in Los Angeles, whether the Bears should stick with struggling kicker Eddy Pineiro and more.
November 20, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting the daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about the regression of five of the Bears' young players this season: quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, tight end Adam Shaheen, wide receiver Anthony Miller and linebackers Leonard Floyd and Roquan Smith. The guys then discussed the team's history of inconsistent play. Dating back 25 years, the Bears have gone from missing the playoffs to being good enough to make the postseason a total of five times. Barring a miracle finish, they will have failed to return to the playoffs in consecutive years for the fourth time. Why does the franchise struggle so mightily with success? Later, the morning crew had a conversation about what struggling kicker Eddy Pineiro should do to improve with his job on the line. The guys also discussed whether the White Sox should consider signing free-agent catcher Yasmani Grandal. How high should the catcher position be on the Sox's priority list? The team had a $91 million payroll last year. What should team owner Jerry Reinsdorf have set as the ceiling for the 2020 payroll? Finally, the crew debated which player will have a better rookie campaign: Blackhawks center Kirby Dach or Bulls guard Coby White. Who will have the better career?
November 19, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight for their daily transition segment. The guys discussed the 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot and more. (11/19/19)
November 19, 2019
In the final hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by football analyst Dave Wannstedt to discuss his thoughts on how Bears coach Matt Nagy should approach play-calling for quarterback Mitchell Trubisky in the final stretch of the season, who should play if Trubisky is ruled out due to his right hip pointer injury, why the team shouldn't cut struggling kicker Eddy Pineiro and more. Later, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk joined the show to discuss why he says the Giants are in a better position with rookie quarterback Daniel Jones than the Bears are with Trubisky, why he doesn't expect any of the 32 NFL teams to show interest in Colin Kaepernick after his league-sanctioned workout on Saturday and more.
November 19, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss Bears coach Matt Nagy's explanation for his decision to pull quarterback Mitchell Turibsky in the fourth quarter of the team's loss to the Rams, whether there's anything that can be learned from seeing Trubisky play in the final six games of the season and more. Later, K.C. Johnson of NBC Sports Chicago joined the show to discuss his takeaways from the Bulls' 115-101 loss to the Bucks on Monday night, why he calls the start to the team's season "troubling" and more.
November 19, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the explanation given by Bears coach Matt Nagy during his press conference Monday regarding quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's hip injury. The guys then discussed whether there could be a divide in the Bears locker room between the defense and offense. Later, the guys shared their thoughts on the Bulls' 115-101 loss to the Bucks on Monday night.
November 19, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with the guys discussing whether they buy Bears coach Matt Nagy's explanation of the hip injury suffered by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky during Sunday's loss to the Rams. Will Trubisky start in the upcoming game against the Giants? The morning crew then discussed what the Bears' goals should be for the final stretch of the season and whether they're concerned that there's a divide in the locker room between the defense and offense. Later, the guys debated whether struggling kicker Eddy Pineiro is a long-term or short-term problem for the Bears before having a conversation about the future of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa following the season-ending hip injury he suffered on Saturday. What's more likely: Tagovailoa stays in school for another year or he falls to the Bears in the second round of the draft? Is there any way he isn't a first-round pick if he comes out next April? Finally, the crew discussed the struggles of the Bulls' starters, the success of the team's second unit and whether it's a coup for the front office or an indictment of the coaching staff that rookie forward Daniel Gafford had 21 points in 20 minutes on Monday against the Bucks after being ignored since the beginning of the season.
November 18, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh held transition with Dan Bernstein and Connor McKnight as the group broke down the Bears' 17-7 loss to the Rams on Sunday night and discussed if Mitch Trubisky was benched due to injury or bad play.
November 18, 2019
In the final hour of the show, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Chicago Tribune Bears' beat writer Brad Biggs to breakdown the Bears 17-7 loss to the Bears. Then, Mike and David took a listen and reacted to Mark Ingram's post-game comments about Ravens' quarterback Lamar Jackson.
November 18, 2019
In the third hour of the show, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by WBBM Bears' analyst Tom Thayer to breakdown the Bears' 17-7 loss to the Rams on Sunday night and give his thoughts on why Mitch Trubisky was 'benched'. Then, Mike and David were joined by the Score's Ameristar Bears' Pre-Game show host Olin Kreutz to discuss the Bears' loss and what he believes the team needs to be doing to right the team.
November 18, 2019
In the second hour of the show, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh took listeners' calls in reaction to the Bears' 17-7 loss to the Rams on Sunday night.
November 18, 2019
To start off the show, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh began by breaking down the Bears' 17-7 loss to the Rams on Sunday night. Then, Mike and David held the 5 at 5 were the group discussed if Bears' quarterback Mitch Trubisky was benched in the 4th quarter Sunday night versus the Rams because he was hurt or if it was because of bad play, if the Bears' defense played well enough to keep the Bears' in the game, and if Bears' kicker Eddy Pineiro will still be on the team by the end of the season. Later, the guys gave their thoughts on Colin Kaepernick's workout on Saturday afternoon and if the NFL got Browns' defensive end Myles Garret's suspension correct.
November 15, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Connor McKnight and Mark Grote for transition, where they discussed the incident that involved Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, who ripped Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off and used it to attack him during the final seconds of the game Thursday night.
November 15, 2019
In the final hour, Bears safety Eddie Jackson to preview the team's game against the Rams on Sunday. Later, Bears Radio play-by-play man Jeff Joniak joined the show to preview the matchup between Chicago and Los Angeles.
November 15, 2019
In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh were joined by Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune to discuss the Bears-Rams game taking place on Sunday night and how rookie running back David Montgomery's ankle injury will impact the game. Later, Joe Fortenbaugh of 95.7 The Game in San Francisco to share what he believes are the best bets in Week 11 of NFL action this weekend.
November 15, 2019
In the second hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed the news that Bears rookie running back David Montgomery rolled his ankle at practice and how it will impact the team's game against the Rams on Sunday Night. Next, Radio.com Sports gambling insider Nick Kostos joined the show to discuss the NFL games and what lines he's favoring this weekend. Later, the guys discussed the incident that involved Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, who ripped Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off and used it to attack him during the final seconds of the game Thursday night.
November 15, 2019
Mike Mulligan and David Haugh opened their show by conducting their daily 5 at 5 segment, which began with a discussion about the news that rookie running back David Montgomery's status for Week 11 is in jeopardy after rolling his ankle in practice. How will the injury affect the Bears' offense against the Rams? Who will step up if Montgomery can't play? The guys then reacted to the ugly incident that involved Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, who ripped Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's helmet off and used it to attack him during the final seconds of the game between Cleveland and Pittsburgh on Thursday night. Later, the morning crew shared their thoughts on the news that the Bears are not on the initial list of teams scheduled to attend the Colin Kaepernick workout in Atlanta on Saturday. Is that a big deal? The guys also discussed whether rookie guard Coby White should be the Bulls' first, second, third or fourth option if they need a basket in the final possession of a game. Finally, the crew shared their picks for Bears-Rams.
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