Mark Lazerus and Hub Arkush join Kap on the panel.
0:00- The guys discuss Corey Crawford’s return and what it means for the team’s playoff chances.
6:00- Khalil Mack misses practice again. The guys debate if it would be better to leave him out vs. the Patriots.
11:45- The latest on the MLB playoffs with controversy in Houston and gamesmanship by the Brewers.
16:00- Will Perdue and Kendall Gill join the panel to discuss Kris Dunn’s absence from the opener and the team’s playoff chances...
Jimmy Greenfield, Connor McKnight, and Matt Spiegel join Kap on the panel to discuss Corey Crawford back on the ice for the first time in 10 months. The Bears have good news when it comes to Khalil Mack, who injured his ankle against the Dolphins.
Plus, Fred Hoiberg announces that Jabari Parker is coming off the bench for the season opener.
David Haugh, Adam Jahns and Patrick Finley join Kap on the panel. The Bears lose a rough one in Miami as Matt Nagy goes conservative at the end zone. Does the rookie coach deserve all of the blame? Dave Wannstedt joins the guys to discuss.
Plus the guys discuss the Cubs’ newest hitting coach/scapegoat, Brandon Saad’s upcoming healthy scratch and Bobby Portis betting on himself this season.
Fred Mitchell, Andy Masur and Maggie Hendricks join Leila Rahimi on the panel. The panel discusses the chances of a Bears letdown against the Dolphins after two weeks of praise and K.C. Johnson joins the show to talk about the Bulls rotation and the latest episode of “As The Timberwolves Turn”.
David Haugh, Ben Finfer and Seth Gruen join Kap on the panel. The panel discusses whether the Bears will be ready or rusty Sunday in Miami as well as Jimmy Butler’s return to T’Wolves practice. Plus, they discuss if the Cubs might want to consider keeping David Ross around to replace Joe Maddon.
Seth Gruen, Kevin Fishbain and Ricky O’Donnell join Kap on the panel. Last year at the bye, the Bears were a mess and switching QBs. This year, they lead the NFC North. Are they the team to beat in the division? Mark Lazerus joins Kap to discuss the Blackhawks’ season-opening win in Ottawa and the guys get heated when debating if Derrick Rose should have his number retired by the Bulls.
Hub Arkush and Jordan Bernfield join Kap on the panel. The Blackhawks are back but will they get back to the playoffs after a one-year hiatus? Adam Burish joins the panel to discuss. Plus the guys discuss how to fix the Cubs offense as well as Khalil Mack’s NFC Defensive Player of the Month honor.
Matt Spiegel, Mark Carman and Jason Goch join Mark Schanowski on the panel. The Cubs season comes to a sudden end. So what moves does Theo have to make to get the team back into contention? It’s not all doom and gloom in Chicago. Mitch Trubisky and the Bears are feeling good heading into the bye. Can the second-year QB keep it up when the team returns to the field?
David Haugh and Gabe Ramirez join Kap on the panel. The Cubs lose the N.L. Central tiebreaker and will need to play in the Wild Card Game. David DeJesus joins the panel to figure out if the offense will show up. Meanwhile, Dave Wannstedt drops by to talk about Mitch Trubisky’s career day and Akiem Hicks' ejection.
JJ Stankevitz, Harry Teinowitz and Cat Garcia join Kap on the panel. The Cubs magic number is down to 2 as the Cubs offense puts 8 on the Cardinals and Kyle Hendricks goes deep again. Doug Glanville drops by to talk Northsiders. Plus the panel discusses Mitch Trubisky’s progression and how long the Bears defense can continue to carry this team?
SportsTalk Live is on location at Wrigley Field. Kelly Crull, Tony Andracki and Doug Glanville are on the panel to discuss the Cubs nerve-wracking win over the Pirates, a fan getting in Anthony Rizzo’s way and Joe Maddon’s decision-making in one of the Cubs’ most important wins this season.
SportsTalk Live is on location at Guaranteed Rate Field for White Sox Authentic Fan night. Mark Carman and Scott Merkin join Kap on the panel. Ozzie Guillen joins the guys to talk about the White Sox’ offseason plans and Doug Glanville drops by to talk about the Cubs struggling offense and their shrinking division lead.
Hub Arkush, Chris Bleck and Jordan Bernfield join Kap on the panel. The Cubs’ division lead shrinks to 1.5 games and Kap’s a little worried. Are the Brewers still the Cubs’ biggest obstacle to the NL pennant? The guys discuss what happens if Mitchell Trubisky struggles against one of the NFL’s worst pass defenses and Scott Paddock updates the NASCAR Cup Series playoffs.
David Haugh, Adam Jahns and Patrick Finley join Kap on the panel. The Bears win. They’re in 1st place in the NFC North. However, Mitch Trubisky didn’t look so good. Should fans be worried about another lackluster performance?
Plus the Sox say goodbye to Hawk, the Cubs have a Kyle Schwarber decision to make in October and Patrick wasn’t too impressed with Tiger Woods win at the Tour Championship.
Hub Arkush and Patrick Finley join Kap on the panel. The Cubs finally get an off day after 30 straight days of baseball. Despite a blowout loss in Arizona, are they hitting their stride at the right time? The guys look ahead to Bears/Cardinals and talk about the state of Matt Nagy’s offense. Plus, Chuck Garfien drops by to discuss Hawk Harrelson’s final broadcast, Jose Quintana and car analogies.
David Haugh, Justin Roman and Jason Goch join Mark Schanowski on the panel. The Cubs keep on rolling at the right time. Will their hot streak carry them to the World Series or will their banged-up bullpen be their downfall? The guys discuss when Mitch Trubisky will stop being a work in progress and Kendall Gill drops by to talk about Jimmy Butler’s trade demand.
The Bears get the first win of the Matt Nagy era as the defense dominates the Seahawks. David Haugh, Adam Jahns, Charles Tillman and Dave Wannstedt join Kap on the panel to dissect another dominant performance by Khalil Mack and assess the development of Mitchell Trubisky.
Phil Rogers, Laurence Holmes and Alex Brown join David Kaplan on the panel to discuss the Seahawks-Bears Game, Clay Matthews hit on Kirk Cousins, Vontae Davis' deciding to retire at halftime, and Patrick Mahomes hot start. How will that make fans look at Mitch Trubisky?
Plus, Willson Contreras not running out a fly ball as the Cubs offense continues to struggle.
Adam Jahns, Harry Teinowitz and Seth Gruen join Kap on the panel. Pedro Strop is done for the rest of the regular season. How much blame does Joe Maddon deserve for letting him hit? Corey Crawford is back on the ice but does not practice as training camp begins. Will he ever be himself again?
Plus the panel discusses Mitch Trubisky struggles at Lambeau and previews Ohio State big matchup with TCU.