Brian Billick joins the show to start off the 4pm hour and discusses all things NFL before we get going in some Bulls conversation. We also have some good sound from Stacey King on some shortcomings by the Bulls.
Joe Morgan wrote a letter about letting players into the baseball HOF who have been linked to steroids and how it shouldn't be allowed. The guys break down his argument and give their thoughts on which players should be voted in.
The Bears are 3-7, and despite not looking particularly great but at least they aren't one team in the NFL who had an all-time embarrassing weekend. That is discussed as are the Hall of Fame credentials when the new MLB HOF ballot are mentioned.
The Bears lost again on Sunday, finding a different way for a game this year. As a result they made a change at the kicker position, making that move earlier today. Hour one sees that discussed today.
Kendall Gill joins the show in hour number three and is asked about teammates fighting and what you do afterwards. He provides perhaps the line of the year on this show in regards to what happened at his employer, once.
Olin Kreutz joins the show in hour number two and looks ahead to the Bears and Lions on Sunday. He also discusses the SkyCam use last night in Steelers/Titans and what to do when one offensive lineman is not carrying his weight.
A great game last night has people thinking we might have watched an NBA FInals preview last night, that according to a recent MVP at least. We discuss that and have fun with the Friday Open in hour number 1.
Jason Goff puts on his detective gear and examines some information Bernstein gives him. Where are these former Bulls playing and surprisingly, how well are some of them playing? That is discussed to start hour number 2.
A full hour of Terry Boers on the day his book officially goes on sale. We discuss the book, life as a retired man, some Murph stories and his old drag racing days this hour as well as some stories from his time in Korea for the Olympics.