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Is merely taking care of business enough? Plus: Taking Care Of Bulls Shit; Blackhawks Turner Underdrive; Boston Turner Overserved; Cubs Bringing Back Camels; NIU vs. NU; and Crushing Oprah, Eddie Olczyk, The Breeders' Cup & The Soul Of Racing.
:50: Bears Turner Overdrive.
* Coffman: TCB.
* Matt Nagy Mic'd Up:
* The Eddie Jackson play:
* Rosenbloom: Don't Let Khalil Mack Get On The Plane To Buffalo, Bears.
35:40: Taking Care Of Bulls Shit.
47:31: Blackhawks Turner Underdrive.
50:50: Boston Turner Overserved.
52:53: Cubs Bringing Back Camels.
55:48: NIU vs. NU.
1:02:22: Oprah, Olczyk & The Soul Of Racing.
* Indeed, he filed while we were recording.
* Previously: Crushing The Breeders' Cup:
"As the Breeders' Cup World Championships fission towards the Nov. 2-3 big blast at Louisville's Churchill Downs, there's not a helluva lot an experienced horseplayer can do except calmly keep an eye on things. Mine the increasingly banal conversations for truly unique tidbits that might be said only once. Like, Flicka was sneezing all day Wednesday. Fury had his head down all the way out to the morning jog. Or, Trigger looks like he's lost weight. Buttermilk looks feisty and on the muscle.
"It's just like a meal at Tommy's Ma's house. 'Henry, you don't talk much.' Just listenin'. That's what you do, eat your rigatoni and listen. It's delicious."
* The reference is from Goodfellas, as you can see at the link.
* Chambers: Three Stooges Slay St. Charles.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2019