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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #17: Panic At Bear Mountain

Jay is for Jerk, The Bills Were Due, Carl's Wild Card Weekend Fishing Trip Is Back On, How Not To Talk About Ray Rice, and The Sky Is Falling.


SHOW NOTES

* Alshon Jeffery is No. 17.

1:10: Panic At Bear Mountain.

* Carl's Wild Card Weekend Fishing Trip Is Back On.

* Here come the Niners.

* The Bills were due.

* Jay is for Jerk.

* SportsMonday: Cutler Flinched.

* Josh McCown's Rough Debut Showcases More Backup Than Starter Material.

* Devin Hester Is Ridiculous Again.

* In Trestman we trust?

* Lance Briggs Wants Bears To Rekindle Old Us-Vs.-World Attitude.

* Lay off Chris Conte.

* The Bears' best defensive lineman is not a starter.

26:40: How Not To Talk About Ray Rice.

* Telander: Ray Rice Learned Cameras, Social Media Are Always On.

* George "Jetson" McCaskey supports Goodell.

* Bobby Hull Is A Known Abuser.

* Hull has a statue outside the United Center, the hockey arena sponsored by United Airlines, which I am now associating with that statue just to see how they like it.

40:00: Cy Sale.

* In The Thick Of The Race!

* The Ricketts' Sticky Tickets.

54:25: The Sky Is Falling.

* Can Elena Delle Donne, Chicago Sky Rally In WNBA Finals?

* No.

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