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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #213: Bears Fail Audition

First play says it all. Plus: Our Internet Doppelgangers; Stan Mikita's Legacy - Including The Donuts; Confirmed: The Cubs Are Weird; Pundits Renew Bryce Harper Takes; David Bote McBoteface; Authentic White Sox Fans; Roquan Smith Stalemate; Chicago Fire Tease; and Dan Bernstein's Native Ads.


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SHOW NOTES

* 213.

* Tuffy Rhodes.

* Dusty Rhodes.

* Steve Rhodes The Elder.

* Steve Rhodes, Tiger Beat.

* Steve Rhodes, WR Oklahoma, not Alabama.

* Col. James Coffman.

6:40: Stan Mikita's Legacy - Including The Donuts.

* Beachwood: Invented The Helmet, The Curved Stick And Sugar Pucks.

* Verdi: The Soul Of The Chicago Blackhawks.

16:20: Confirmed: The Cubs Are Weird.

* Hot take: The Cubs miss John Lackey!

27:98: Should The Cubs Sign Bryce Harper?

* Haugh: Bryce Harper A $300 Million Fantasy The Cubs Can't Afford.

* Jesse Rogers: It's Time To Talk About Bryce Harper And The Cubs Again.

* Kaplan: Cubs Need To Find A Way To Sign Bryce Harper.

37:44: David Bote McBoteface & Friends.

* The Rise Of David Bote, As Told By David Bote.

* The Rise And Fall And Rise And Fall Of Randy Rosario.

* Eight Ball Deluxe.

* El Mago.

* Be Like Strop.

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48:41: Authentic White Sox Fans.

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50:18: Kevin White Fails Bears Audition. (So Does Mitch Trubisky).

* First play of the game:

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* Two plays later:

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* The Bears are so screwed up they're making us pine for Mark Sanchez.

* Does preseason matter?

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59:18: Roquan Smith Stalemate.

* No new developments.

* If only Brian McCaskey was a holdout.

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1:06:38: Chicago Fire Tease & Dan Bernstein's Native Ads.

* PLEASE NOTE: We may have left the wrong impression about the fight between two fan groups and Chicago Fire management; this thread has more, particularly Julie DiCaro's Score segment on the matter. We will return to this topic next week.

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STOPPAGE: 10:28

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