Bruce Miles former beat writer for the Daily Herald covering the Chicago Cubs and now co-author of a new fiction baseball book lends some decorum to the Grobstein Schuster Zone... but once he leaves... all hell breaks out.
Joey 2-Scoops, Danny Aguire, Aaron Michalski and Tooch preview the latest streaming TV shows. Aaron gives a look into Umbrella Academy seasons 1 and 2 on Netflix, Danny talks I'll Be Gone In The Dark on HBO, 2-Scoops talks Muppets Now! and Tooch previews Vivarium on Amazon Prime. The gang talks about the new Zac Efron Netflix documentary series called Down to Earth. 2-Scoops delivers the News. The gang recaps Perry Mason episode 7 on HBO.
Producers: Joe Mandel and John Santucci
Former Bears director of college scouting Greg Gabriel talks about the quarterback battle with Yahoo Sports football writer Eric Edholm.
Gabriel and his co-host David Schuster also cover players who are opting out and the impact on their teams, salary cap issues, and much more.
After a handful of NBA games have been played in the bubble, Sharp Shooters Mark Schanowski and David Schuster agree: it's a great re-start.
The two detail what they've liked, discuss Chicago Bulls draft possibilities and share curtsied stories.
Host and produced by David Schuster and Mark Schanowski
Executive Producer: Aldo Gandia
Zack Pearson of Bear Report Dotcom and Cam Ellis of NBC Sports Chicago join Aldo Gandia to discuss all the latest happenings at Halas Hall.
Former Chicago Bears Scouting Director Greg Gabriel; Barroom analysts Danny Shimon and John Buffone; and, NFL commentator Chad Forbes also provide insight.
Aldo devotes the last few minutes of the show to share news about 💯 Proof.
Not 100 Proof is a one-time show and new shows will emerge soon.
2-Scoops, Danny and Tooch talk Sports and TV and the effect of COVID-19 on the 2020 sports seasons. The Gang previews New Streaming Series shows and talks Emmy nominations, as well as the future of movie theaters and it's relationship to Streaming TV. 2-Scoops also gives the Entertainment News. The gang recaps Perry Mason Episode 6.
Danny and Badge were back on the air and covered a whole lot of topics from start to finish of the show.
The guys first talked about the Pace and Nagy Presser and played some audio highlight questions from the press conference including Eddie Goldman opting out.
We then welcomed Kent Platte a/k/a Math Bomb to talk about the Detroit Lions draft class and the organizations as a whole. Kent broke down the Draft with Danny and then Badge inquired about some RAS scores.
To close the show Danny previewed his Top 5 Running Backs with names like Najee Harris of Alabama, and Travis Etienne of Clemson this years running backs are shaping up to be a good class.
Jim McMahon's legacy with the Chicago Bears in written: The only quarterback to the lead the Monsters of the Midway to a Super Bowl title...
He joins Mike North and shares his thoughts on Mike Ditka's play calling, Walter Payton not scoring a touchdown in the Super Bowl, his reaction to Doug Flutie's arrival to the team, Dan Hampton's comments about him, whether Mitch Trubisky has the mental toughness to be a winner and much more!
Hosted and Produced by Mike North
Executive Producer is Aldo Gandia
It's another dimension in sports talk with two venerable Chicago sports broadcasters Les Grobstein and David Schuster.
White Sox radio play-by-play Andy Masur also joins the duo to share some incredible stories. You've got to hear the Ron Santo toupee tales.
All the latest streaming TV and movie shows are discussed with an in-depth discussion on HBO's Perry Mason.
Also, high marks for the new Palm Springs on Hulu TV
Produced by John Santucci
With no preseaon games in the 2020 season what will that mean for NFL teams and in particular the Chicago Bears?
Greg Gabriel, the former head of college scouting for the team, and David Schuster discuss that topic and the following:
- An assessment of the Bears free agent acquisitions
- Gabriel's favorite, and least favorite, NFL insiders
- The enigma of Lovie Smith