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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #230: Bears Go For Cherry In John Hancock Bowl

It's gonna really suck if they blow this game. Plus: Bulls' Boylen Bonkers; The Bulls Aren't Even The Worst Team In Town; One Of Us Is Dreaming Of A White Sox Christmas; Harold Gets Into Hall The Chicago Way; The Baseball Hall Of Fame Isn't Even The Worst Hall Of Fame; Cubsland; and Is The Loyola Dream Over?


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SHOW NOTES

* 230.

:40: Bears Go For Cherry In John Hancock Bowl.

* Coffman: "It's gonna really suck if they blow this game!"

* Coach wants Tabor's head.

* Rhodes: The Bears are now a legitimate Super Bowl contender.

* That Air-Raid Siren At Soldier Field? It Will Be Back For Sunday's Bears-Packers Game.

* Mitch Trubisky is now the weakest link.

* Jordan Howard not so slow and fat?

* Bye-bye, Bryce (Callahan, not Harper).

* All hail the Bears' flexibility coach!

* Rhodes: "If Trubisky couldn't run as well as he does, we'd really be looking at a mediocre quarterback right now."

37:47: Bulls' Boylen Bonkers.

* Today's practice.

* The Bulls May Not Pay Jabari Parker to Not Play Defense Much Longer.

49:46: The Bulls Aren't Even The Worst Team In Town.

51:48: One Of Us Is Dreaming Of A White Sox Christmas.

55:50: Harold Got Into The Hall The Chicago Way.

* Wallenstein: Harold vs. the Haters.

59:35: The Baseball Hall Of Fame Isn't Even The Worst Hall Of Fame.

1:00:48: Cubsland.

* Rhodes: I told you so. Jon Jay!

1:02:04: Is The Loyola Dream Over?

* Or are they the Northwestern football (or UCF) of college basketball?

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STOPPAGE: 5:37

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