Mark Grote is in for Jason Goff today and he's very sportsy. He joins Dan and starts the show talking Cubs and the lack of moves this off-season, and when the big names might finally begin to sign their deals.
We are joined by longtime friend of the program Tyler Dunne, now of Bleacher Report to look ahead to the AFC and NFC Championship Games this weekend. Do the Jags actually have a chance to shock the world? We discuss to start hour five.
We find out the answer to that with Darnell Mayberry of The Athletic who joined the show to start the 3 o'clock hour. Later on in the third hour we talk to Jared Wyllys from Sporting News about the weird baseball off-season and lack of big-time moves still.
Hub Arkush takes your calls on Wednesday evening about all things Bears and NFL-related. Hear that conversation and then hear the guys preview a bit of tonight's Bulls/Warriors game during It's On.
One of our favorite guests joins the show to start off the 3pm hour on Wednesday as Brian Geltzieler talks about the state of the Bulls and some of their surprises before getting into a more national look at the association.
Matt Miller joins us for his weekly hit and recaps the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs while also looking ahead to the NFL Draft as that is Matt Miller's specialty. We then get into more NBA/Bulls before the end of hour 3.
Jason is back today and gives his first thoughts on the play that happened in Sunday's Divisional game in Minnesota and Mike Tomlin's shortcomings a few hours before. We get into all of that to start off Tuesday's show.
In the final hour of the show, Dan Bernstein and Mark Grote breakdown the some other Cubs' notes, and Mark even does some of his best impression. Later on, they do the usual "It's On," as well as whether or not the Bulls should "tank."
In the fourth hour of the show, Pro Football Weekly's Eric Edholm hopped on with Dan and Mark to breakdown the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs, including his story on the Saints' Marcus Williams. He also discusses the newest Bears' coaches. Later on, NBCSC's Kelly Crull hops on to dissect what he noticed from the Cubs' Convention, including Joe Maddon's thoughts on losing bench coach Dave Martinez.