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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #285: We Found The Bears' Turds

They're in the front office. Plus: Ravens Over Saints; Don Hahn; Maddon's Post Deleted; Bulls Still Suck; Blackhawks Still Suck; Bears Beat Beard In Bowl; DePaul Dropped By The Hall; Loyola Vexes Valpo; and The Illini Who Couldn't Shoot Straight.


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SHOW NOTES

* 285.

1:46: The Virginia, George & Ted Show.

* Turds.

* Ted Phillips talks football with you.

* Potash: Pace's Belief In Trubisky Seems Strong, But Is It Real?

* Potash: Playoffs Or Bust For Pace, Nagy & Trubisky In 2020?

* Kevin Michael Gilbride is the son of Kevin Bernard Gilbride.

* Chambers: Nothing (Wrong) From The Head Up.

* Thread.

* Chaser.

* The kicking contest Eddy Pineiro didn't win.

* Bears Fires Helfrich, Heistand And 2 Others.

* "In the third hour, Mike Mulligan and David Haugh discussed Bears coach Matt Nagy expressing his belief that the team's kicking woes have been addressed with Eddy Pineiro's performance this season . . . "

36:41: Ravens Over Saints.

* How Josh McCown Played A Huge Role In Eagles' Turnaround, Made Life Easier For Carson Wentz Behind The Scenes.

* Marshawn Lynch's Return To Seahawks Was 'Magical' Despite Loss To 49ers.

47:58: Don Hahn.

* New-Look White Sox.

* Wallenstein: Edwin A Win.

* Jane Leavy.

1:00:22: Maddon's Post Deleted.

1:02:56: Bulls Still Suck.

1:03:21: Blackhawks Still Suck.

* The 'Lanche.

* The 'Yotes.

* The 'Nucks.

1:05:15: Bears Beat Beard In Bowl.

* Brandon Peters.

1:07:28 DePaul Dropped By The Hall.

1:08:09: Loyola Vexes Valpo.

1:08:27: The Illini Who Couldn't Shoot Straight.

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STOPPAGE: 11:17

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