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The Beachwood Radio Sports Hour #66: Fall Guys And Rape Culture

The entitled Derrick Rose. Plus: UniCubs and Lollipops; Insane Clown Bullpen; The Team Without Jade; The Quality Fifth Start; 0-16; The White Sox Have A Core Four!; The Chicago Fire Did Something This Week; So Did The Chicago Sky.


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SHOW NOTES

* Bulldog Turner.

* Not 41.

2:40: Our Weekly Rape Report.

* The entitled Derrick Rose.

* Cris Carter: Have a fall guy.

* Outside The Lines discussion:

* Lessons not learned.

15:45: UniCubs and Lollipops.

* 2016 is not guaranteed.

* There is no gravy.

* This is fun:

* Cowboy Clayton Richard.

* Insane Clown Bullpen.

* This team is devoid of jade.

* Act like it's the first time! Unless it's sex.

* Dan Haren = Dallas Beeler.

* The Quality Fifth Start.

45:06: 0-16.

* Appealing to Jeremiah Ratliff.

* All coaches, no players.

* The Lid Lifter!

52:30: The White Sox Have A Core Four!

* Carlos Rodon, Tyler Saladino, Trayce Thompson, Carlos Sanchez.

54:58: The Chicago Fire Did Something This Week!

* Kennedy Igboananike.

56:04: The Chicago Sky Did Something This Week.

57:20: Backroads.

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STOPPAGE: :24

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