"I Paid For It": Sports business analyst and author Kristi Dosh joins to talk about how COVID-19 is impacting the economics of sports. Plus, ESPN Cubs reporter Jesse Rogers joins to discuss the MLB's plan to play in Arizona.
"I Paid For It": The Athletic NFL writer Mike Sando joins to discuss the Bears quarterback situation, his article on Mitchell Trubisky and landing spots for both Jameis Winston and Cam Newton. Plus, Tales from the Hood shouting out those being impacted by COVID-19.
"I Paid For It": With the Bulls front office search picking up steam, who are the major players that could call the shots for the organization? Also, why are no candidates of color being evaluated? Plus, Tom Brady speaks out on the Howard Stern Show.
"Light'Em Up": Jonathan talks about the Bears off season moves and the new NFL CBA with Dan Jiggetts. Chris Singleton joins to remember the life of Ed Farmer. Then Jonathan finally finished Tiger King.
Jonathan talks about what the future holds for MLB with David Schoenfield. Then Richard Deitsch joins to talk about Wrestling continuing on in empty stadiums and what to expect from the upcoming Wrsetlemania
Bulls color analyst Stacey King joins to discuss how he's dealing with these times, the state of the Bulls and what their future holds. New UIC Flames head basketball coach Luke Yaklich also joins to discuss taking over the program and the legacy of Chicago basketball.
"Stacey's Beauty Tips": What is the level of Roger Goodell's power when it comes to implementing a schedule for the NFL Draft and other activities? What are the plans for baseball and how are its players staying ready in these times?
"Dad, I don't want a Stidham": Dan Shonka from Our Lads discusses who the Bears should target in the upcoming draft and other draft notes from around the league. Also, should the Bears have taken a flier on Cam Newton? Plus, Tales from the Hood.