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The Beachwood Radio Hour #188: "No Competent Society Allows This To Happen"

A shitty week grinds Coach Coffman's gears. Plus: Cubs Win Winter; White Sox Battery & Assault; The Winter Olympics Are Disordered; Big If True; Ramblers On A Roll; Blackhawks Bad To Worse; and Marginal Bulls News.


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SHOW NOTES

* 188.

:18: A Shitty Week Grinds Coach Coffman's Gears.

* "No competent society allows this to happen."

8:55: Cubs Win The Winter.

* Joe Maddon's Hall Of Silly Paintings.

* Cubs Plan To Unleash Yu Darvish's Full Repertoire.

* Mike Montgomery Wants To Protect His Arm.

* The Twins On New Cubs Backup Catcher Chris "Jimmy" Gimenez (AKA David Ross 2.0).

* Coach Comes Around On Kyle Schwarber!

35:40: White Sox Battery & Assault.

* The White Sox Might Have A Catching Prospect!

* Shields, Now A Side-Armer, Hopes To Lead Staff.

39:45: The Winter Olympics Are Disordered.

* Quiet Starvation In Men's Figure Skating.

* Fox Removes 'Darker, Gayer, Different' Olympics Column.

* Tessa Virtue & Scott Moir:

* The Winter Olympics' Growing Pains.

* Sad 2022 Winter Olympic Bidding

* Wanted By The IOC: A City To Host The 2026 Winter Olympics.

47:48: Big If True.

48:57: Ramblers On A Roll.

* Notch 22nd Win.

* Looking Back On The 1963 Loyola Ramblers, Who Changed NCAA Basketball Forever.

* A Long History Of Protest For Black Athletes.

* Phoenix: Loyola Athletics Lack Total Transparency.

52:53: Blackhawks Bad To Worse.

* Lazerus: "'If Things Get Worse You Wonder If They'll Pull Trigger' And Fire Q."

* Go Army!

58:46: Marginal Bulls News.

* Don't sleep on the Raptors!

* Don't sleep on the Cavs!

* Steve Kerr Has Words For Critics About His Players Coaching Vs. Phoenix Suns, May Do It Again.

* Kerr on Parkland:

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* LeBron Is Brilliant:

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STOPPAGE: 10:56

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