Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you The Beat: The guys debate the superiority of the Super Bowl vs. Championship Sunday and Carm has a Niko Mirotic sighting in public; Alexandra Ilitch of WLNS Lansing joins the show to discuss the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal and Larry Nassar sentencing hearing; Kevin Durant puts Carm on an elite professional level; Fansided NFL editor Josh Hill previews your Championship Sunday contests; Chris Boden checks in from the United Center ahead of […]
Fansided NFL editor Josh Hill joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz to preview Sunday’s AFC and NFC Championship games and discusses whether or not Jacksonville’s defense is going to be enough to stop the Patriots’ and a less-than-100% Tom Brady, the key for the Eagles to get pressure Case Keenum and force the Vikings to keep the ball on the ground and the challenge for Nick Foles to stand up to Minnesota’s veteran defensive core, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz talk with reporter Alexandra Ilitch of WLNS-TV Lansing, who is covering the sentencing hearing for former USA Gymnastics physician Larry Nassar. She discusses the powerful victim impact statements made by former gymnasts and how statements from well-known victims like Aly Raisman have helped raise the scandal’s profile, Nassar’s close relationship with Team USA coach John Geddart and the alleged “good cop, bad cop” routine that often sent gymnasts to Nassar,...
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the Saturday edition of The Beat: the guys discuss Matt Nagy’s hiring as the head coach of the Bears, and of course a name-pronunciation argument comes up; former Kansas City Chief and BTN analyst Danan Hughes joins the show to break down Nagy’s offensive prowess (and being in early on Kyle Schwarber); Tom Ricketts lays out a path to redemption for Sammy Sosa at the Cubs Convention; Bulls radio analyst Bill Wennington joins […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the Saturday edition of The Beat: with rumors swirling of a rift between Patriots owner Bob Kraft, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, the guys evaluate each guy’s value on the (hypothetical) open market; we hear from HOF running back LaDanian Tomlinson on watching some of his old peers still competing on the field; WGN Blackhawks analyst Troy Murray sets the stage for the second half of the season and a team in need […]
WGN Blackhawks color analyst Troy Murray joins Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz as the Hawks begin an 8-out-of-9 game home stretch with a competitive loss to the Vegas Golden Knights, and try to make up some ground in the Central Division standings after an inconsistent first half.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz visit with Sun-Times Cubs beat reporter Gordon Wittenmyer as the hot stove continues to run stone cold. They talk about dam that’s waiting to burst in terms of free agent signings and why the market’s so slow, if Arrieta returning to the Cubs might be too good to be true, the bullpen situation and other mid/front-line starter options, and more.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz are filling in for Justin Kaufmann. Adam Hoge joins the guys to talk about the firing of John Fox from the Chicago Bears and their current roster. Adam weighs in on the next steps the Bears will take when it concerns the coaching staff. Dan Hampton list the steps the Bears can take to find a winning coach. Harry and Mark wants to know who has made New Year’s resolutions and have they broken them […]
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz bring you the last Beat of 2017: Northwestern AD Dr. Jim Phillips joins the show as the Wildcats wrap up a second consecutive bowl victory; we take an outside-the-box look at some possible head coaching candidates for the Bears; NBCSC Bulls studio analyst Kendall Gill talks Niko “Miracle” Mirotic and a rejuvenated Bulls squad; Jarrett Payton checks in with his memories of picking up the 2004 Orange Bowl MVP, and more.
Tonight on Pretty Late! (Dec 26th) Mark Carman fills-in for Patti Vasquez! Mark talks with Chris Felderman about an upcoming drive to help his 3 year old daughter, Reese, find a possible Bone Marrow Donor at an upcoming drive; Harry Teinowitz chimes in on some of the top moments of 2017 and provides movie recommendations; Coach Brandon Moore joins Mark to talk about the stories of some of his players and the progress the Olive-Harvey’s Men’s Basketball team is making. […]
Mark Carman talks with Olive-Harvey’s Men’s Basketball Coach, Brandon Moore, about the team’s progress, the background of some of the players, and how the school caters to the students to ensure they’re on a path that leads to success on and off the court. Listen to the Full Interview Here:
Mark Carman talks with Chris Felderman about an upcoming drive to help his daughter find a possible Bone Marrow Donor. Reese Felderman, 3, is facing a possible diagnosis of juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia (JMML) which is a rare form of leukemia. A donor drive will be held Thursday, December 28th from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m at the Sacred Heart Parish Center in Winnetka to find a bone marrow match for Reese. To learn more about this story, visit HERE!
Mark speaks about his trip to Mexico with his girlfriend Chelsea & the special gesture he made to Chelsea. Harry feels that this gesture was not a good one and explains why Mark should have done a little bit more than what we did.
Mark Carman and Harry Teinowitz are hosting tonight’s two hour Christmas program. Mark opens with a story on an incident that happened to him at Midway airport on his way to Mexico. Mark speaks about his trip to Mexico with his girlfriend Chelsea & the special gesture he made to Chelsea. Harry feels that this gesture was not a good one and explains why Mark should have done a little bit more than what we did. Mark list the notable […]
Andy Masur and Harry Teinowtz bring you an abbreviated Saturday edition of The Beat: We hear about John Fox’s most memorable family Christmas gift- a pet monkey named Gidget; NBCSN Blackhawks analyst Brian Campbell joins the show as the Hawks continue a long end-of-year road swing; we talk about some memorable sports related Christmas gifts; Darryl Strawberry makes a very 1980’s Mets-like claim, and more.