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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #229: Bears > Cubs

One loathsome family suddenly trying harder to win than the other. Plus: Remembering Luis Valbuena; The Biggest Cubs News Of The Week Happened In St. Louis; White Sox To The Rescue?; The Maddons Are Outta Here!; Holiday Bowling; Boca Raton Bowling; Bulls, Blackhawks Stinks; Stevie Sunshine Hit & Ran; and These Things About Fred Hoiberg Can All Be True At The Same Time.


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SHOW NOTES

* 229.

:51: Bears Buzz.

* Rosenthal: NBC's Al Michaels On Bears-Rams: 'This Game Is Going To Have A Lot Of Buzz.'

* Coffman: Thanks, Bears.

* Hoge: Item 3: For Wide Receivers, Details Matter.

* Jordan Howard Losing Playing Time To Taquan Mizzell.

29:33: Remembering Luis Valbuena.

33:15: The Biggest Cubs News Of The Week Happened In St. Louis.

* Cardinals: Your move, Theo.

* Theo: No thanks, we're good.

* A sense of urgency for thee, but not for me!

* The Chatwood Whisperer.

48:43: White Sox To The Rescue?

* Urgent.

50:07: The Maddons Are Outta Here!

* Joltin' Joseph Jr.

52:35: Holiday Bowling.

* NU vs. Utes.

55:54: Boca Raton Bowling.

* NIU vs. UAB.

57:08: Bulls, Blackhawks Stinks.

1:01:13: Stevie Sunshine Hit & Ran.

1:08:02: These Things About Fred Hoiberg Can All Be True At The Same Time.

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STOPPAGE: 13:49

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