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The Full Go With Jason Goff

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“I Am Not The Employee”

Jason breaks down the rebuild ahead for White Sox general manager Chris Getz before chatting with ESPN’s Myron Medcalf about all things college basketball

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“Is the Dunk Contest for Me Anymore?”

Jason opens the podcast by talking about the NBA’s All-Star Weekend. Following that, Jason welcomes Justin Laurence from Crain’s Chicago Business to the podcast. They discuss Chicago’s debt situation, the possibility of the White Sox leaving, and much more.

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“They Punted on Basketball ... in Chicago”

Jason talks about the bleak sports schedule with the NFL in the offseason and the NBA on break and why COVID allowed him to break away from college sports

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“Welcome to Being a Man”

Jason chats with former Chicago Bears player Alex Brown about the Super Bowl before moving on to the Caleb Williams debate

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“We Don’t Have to Talk GOAT Anymore” | Ep. 351

Also, there’s no need to compare Caleb Williams to Patrick Mahomes

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“Give Coby the Ball”

Jason also explains why people need to cool it on the Patrick Mahomes legacy talk and enjoy what they’re watching

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“Seventeen Years Since … We’ve Been Going Through It”

Plus, Shakeia Taylor joins to talk about Joakim Noah, moderating a Jackie Robinson event, and more!

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Discussing the State of the NBA, Adam Silver, and the Bulls’ Mediocrity

Howard and Jason discuss the state of the NBA, what Adam Silver can do to enhance the game, and the mediocrity that is the Chicago Bulls

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“All Four Quarters Count”

Jason and no. 96 Alex Brown give their thoughts on the NFL championship games, Brock Purdy discourse, and more

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“Don’t Keep That Same Energy”

Jason opens the podcast by talking about the NFL playoffs. He digs into why Bears fans shouldn’t look into this one game as a reason to move away from Justin Fields. Then he discusses Zach LaVine still being on the Bulls roster despite the public efforts to be moved and more.

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“This Is What I’m Paying For?”

Jason opens the podcast with some Bulls talk before discussing the Bears’ hiring of Shane Waldron and who the Bears next defensive coordinator could be

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“Don’t Tell Us How to Be Fans!”

Jason and Alex Brown discuss why this Super Bowl can be the Blackest one ever if the Ravens and Lions win this weekend. They also discuss who the best team left in the NFL is, who’s winning the NFC, and why Alex believes the Lions can win the Super Bowl. To wrap, the guys give their thoughts on the Bears’ hiring of Shane Waldron and more.

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“Huey and Riley Back at It Again”

Jason is joined by 670 The Score’s Laurence Holmes for the Local Angle. The two talk about what the Bears can learn from the teams that are still alive in the playoffs, next steps for the Bears in the team-building process, takeaways from Justin Fields’s three pro seasons, and more. To wrap up, the guys discuss the White Sox’s potential move from Guaranteed Rate Field.

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“Is That Your Chick?”

The Bears are looking for an offensive coordinator

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“Your QB is Not That Guy” | Ep. 341

Plus, more fallout from the Bulls Ring of Honor ceremony

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“Sucka-Free Fandom”

Jason talks about why the Bulls’ Ring of Honor event was one of the worst nights in Chicago sports history and discusses whether Justin Fields or Caleb Williams will be the Bears quarterback

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“I Used to Love Her …” 

Jason talks about his experience at the Chicago Bulls Ring of Honor event, and FanDuel’s Liv Moods and former Chicago Bear Anthony "Spice" Adams both join the podcast

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Emergency Podcast: Another Bears Half-Measure | Ep. 338

The Bears make some moves with the coaching staff

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“Putting On Capes for Aaron Rodgers?”

Jason starts off by addressing the Aaron Rodgers–Jimmy Kimmel fiasco. Then, he welcomes Alex Brown to the podcast to talk all things Bears as the season concludes. Next, Jason dabbles in some NBA talk and discusses why he has an issue with the framing of the Draymond Green situation.

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“They Still Should Be Punted Into the Sun”

Jason breaks down the Bears’ performance against the Packers and the Chicago Bulls being an average team

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“Is This the Farewell for Justin Fields?”

Ben Solak joins to talk Fields’s future with the Chicago Bears, and Jason talks about why he doesn’t believe the reports that Zach LaVine doesn’t have a market

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“Why Can’t You Trade the No. 1 Pick Two Years in a Row?”

Jason and Kevin Fishbain discuss who the Chicago Bears’ quarterback will be in 2024 and Justin Fields’s growth

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“This Is the Fun Part, Bears Fans: Expectations”

Jason starts off by discussing the Bears’ 37-17 win over the Falcons and why expectations are the fun part for Bears fans. Finally, Jason, Tony, Chris, and Kyle talk about what they’re thankful for from 2023, thank the listeners, and discuss their favorite moments from the pod.

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“Average Name, Below-Average Game”

Jason discusses how the Bulls have looked lately, has a White Sox therapy session, and previews Bears-Falcons

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“We Still Doing This in Week 16?” 

Jason discusses the Bears’ 27-16 win over the Cardinals and the Chicago Bulls’ 118-113 win over the Atlanta Hawks

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“I Should Not Have Trusted Myself”

Jason talks Cubs with Meghan Montemurro and Bears with Alex Brown

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“We Are Not in the Crack Era of Football Anymore”

Jason breaks down the disappointing Chicago Bears–Cleveland Browns game, talks about Luke Getsy’s play-calling, Justin Fields, Darnell Mooney, and more

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“Coby White Is Whoopin A** With One Hand”

Plus, Alex Brown joins the show to two break down the Bears’ win against the Lions, Justin Fields’s future in Chicago, and why it would be beneficial for Fields to be the long-term solution at quarterback

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If You Don’t Believe in That Guy, Do Something Else

Jason digs into why the Chicago Bulls have renewed his optimism and why Chicago sports are on the upswing

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“Apparently You Can’t Draft Marvin Harrison Jr. Because You Have DJ Moore” | Ep. 326

The Bears win back-to-back games for the first time in a long time

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“What’d We Win With Ya?”

Jason opens with some NBA in-season tournament talk before talking Bears with former player Alex Brown and discussing the latest in the Zach LaVine saga with Jovan Buha

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“Why You Hating On a Sport You Watch?”

Tony Gill explains why he’s cut ties with the Sox, and Jason explains his issues with general manager Chris Getz. After that, Jason welcomes The Athletic’s Sahadev Sharma to get the latest on the Cubs’ activity at the MLB Winter Meetings.