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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #280: Bears Make .500 Look Unrespectable

3-4 felt like 1-6. Now they're 3-9. Plus: BoyGarPax; Buy The Blackhawks?; Looks Like Northwestern University!; and DePaul Is The New Loyola.


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SHOW NOTES

* 280.

1:25: Ugliest 6-6 Ever.

* Leiser: Late Touchdown Lets Laughable Bears Escape Lions 24-20 On Thanksgiving | Mitch Trubisky and the Bears salvaged an afternoon of mistakes with a late touchdown to reach 6-6.

* Coffman: This was his worst play of the season:

* And this was his worst play of the season:

* Safety valves.

* Rhodes: The Lions have three quarterbacks better than Trubisky.

* Perfect tackle or imperfect running back?

* Truturkey:

* Biggs Time.

39:59: BoyGarPax.

* Cowley, ugh: Sources: Reinsdorf To Turn Up Heat On Forman.

* Heat check:

49:43: Buy The Blackhawks?

* ESPN Power Rankings: "Despite spectacular goaltending, the Blackhawks have been a confusing team. They're poised to go on another few small runs, but it is probably another transition season for the club."

55:26: Looks Like Northwestern University!

* Ryan: Illinois, Northwestern To Meet, Headed In Different Directions.

1:01:15: DePaul Is The New Loyola.

* AP: Reed posts double-double, DePaul downs C. Michigan 88-75

"Paul Reed had 23 points and 11 rebounds as DePaul won its seventh straight game to start the season, getting past Central Michigan 88-75 on Tuesday night."

* Gophers Face Challenge In Reborn DePaul.

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STOPPAGE: 5:26

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