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The Full Go With Jason Goff

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Two Factions of Chicago and Thank You, Marcus Stroman

Jason dives into the early performances from the Cubs and White Sox before recapping what a great day of basketball means for the Chicago Bulls

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Hot Time, Summer in the City

‘The Full Go’ returns after yet another White Sox loss. While watching the game back on DVR, Jason accidentally found out the final score and couldn’t believe the bullpen blew it again.

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You’ve Got to Be Sh---ing Me 

Jason breaks down the good, the bad, and the ugly from the White Sox blowing an 8-2 ninth-inning lead to the Guardians

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Episode 100 and We’re Just Getting Started

Jason celebrates the show’s 100th episode by talking White Sox struggles and Justin Fields’s future with the Bears

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Climate Changeup, and Looking Back on the Bulls Season With Adam Amin

Jason also explains why he thinks it’s time for the MLB to reconsider when it starts the season

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Scared Money Don’t Make No Money, and Adam Kramer on the 2022 NFL Draft

Plus, recapping the latest in Cubs and White Sox baseball

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Sports Nerds, We Won, and Bears Draft Recap with Anthony Herron

Plus, how Georgia’s defensive players will remember this draft and the depth that still remains

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What Lies Ahead for the Bulls?

After Chicago is eliminated in the first round by the Bucks, Jason Goff takes an early look at what could be a bright future

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The Bulls Are Showing Who They Are and Grayson Allen’s Comfort Zone

Jason breaks down the issues that have plagued the Bulls since the All-Star break

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The Bulls Get Embarrassed in Game 3, and What They Need to Do to Respond

Jason goes over what went wrong for the Bulls and what needs to change to stand any chance in Game 4

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Bulls Take Game 2, Alex Caruso the Difference Maker, and Playoff Basketball in Chicago Once Again

Plus, after constantly criticizing Nikola Vucevic, Jason gives high praise for his play in Game 2

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The Bulls Blow Game 1, and There’s Just Nothing Like Playoff Basketball

Plus, Jason shines a light on one of his favorite bright young stars in the NBA today, Anthony Edwards

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Improving the Game With Will Perdue and Kendall Gill

Plus, a Bulls-Bucks preview with Lisa Byington and a farewell to Pat Foley

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Ozzie Guillén on the Future of Latino Players, Luis Robert, and Dumb Technology in Baseball

The analyst and former White Sox manager joins to discuss the current state of MLB

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The Enigmatic Pat Williams, Bulls vs. Bucks, and the Stroman Durag Promotional Idea

Plus, Jason recaps the White Sox opening series vs. the Tigers, and the Cubs series vs. the Brewers

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Opening Day Love Affair With Taylor McGregor, Thank You Hossa, and Tiger at the Masters

Jason discusses the Cubs’ win over the Brewers before reflecting on Marián Hossa’s Blackhawks career

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Bulls Back in the Playoffs, and Talking Beisbol With Clinton Yates

Jason also shares his thoughts on Lonzo Ball possibly shutting it down for the rest of the season

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Are the Bulls Just Not Good Enough, White Sox Weekend, and Honoring Broadcasting Icons Pat Foley and Diana Taurasi

Plus, Jason’s fiancée, psychologist and sex therapist Pia Holec, stops by the show to discuss what drives voyeuristic behavior

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DeMar DeRozan Drops a 50-Piece, Final Four Preview, and WWE’s Seth “Freakin” Rollins Shoots Ahead of ‘WrestleMania 38’

Plus, Rollins discusses his fashion choices and how he became a Chicago Bears fan

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The Bulls Learn Something About Themselves, the White Sox’s Underwhelming Offseason, and a Nuanced Discussion About Will Smith’s Oscars Slap (With Jokes)

Plus, a discussion about the hypocrisy of the Academy Awards

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Vuc’s Importance, Enjoying This Year’s Madness, and Bulls Fandom With Lil Rel

Plus, reacting to Deshaun Watson’s introductory press conference with the Browns

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Bulls Lose Again, Looking at the NFL Through a Different Optic, and Cheating on Your Manicurist

Plus, Jason goes through what Ryan Poles has done since the Larry Ogunjobi misstep in free agency

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Where Do the Bulls Go From Here? Plus, Hall of Famer and Bears Legend Mike Singletary.

Mike joins the show to discuss the NFL’s minority hiring processes and his deteriorating relationship with the Bears

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Ryan Poles Has Not Started the Clock and Cubs Fans Face a New Reality

Plus, Patrick Williams returns, and God bless the NCAA tournament

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The Festival of Missed Jump Shots Returns, Maddie Lee on the State of the Cubs’ Rebuild, and the Bulls’ Free Fall

Plus, Jason discusses the reshaping of the Bears’ roster under Ryan Poles and how the Davante Adams trade affects the NFC North

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Hoping Zach Sees the Bigger Picture, Reflecting on D-Rose, and MJ’s Competitive Spirit With B.J. Armstrong

The former Bull joins Jason to talk Chicago basketball

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A Villainous Return, Previewing the White Sox With Scott Merkin, and Hope for Zach’s Knees

Jason reacts to Tom Brady’s return to football after his short-lived retirement

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The End of the Mack, MLB Is Close to Becoming Like Boxing, and Loving the Nets Blowout

Plus, a brief discussion about ‘Bel-Air,’ the ‘Fresh Prince’ spin-off

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Recapping a Wild Day in the NFL, and Ryan Poles at the Combine

Plus: Why we’re happy for Mitchell Trubisky

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No One Is Sleeping on the Bulls Anymore, and Mike Love Is Sick of LeBron and Kanye

Jason is joined by the Chicago radio icon to discuss ‘Jeen-yuhs,’ Kanye West’s rise, and separating art from artist

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Bulls Need to Be Ready for a Playoff Run, Manicures for Baseball, and Scouting in the Digital Age

Plus, Jason briefly discusses the situation in Ukraine

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Ryan Poles Plans to Revamp the Bears and Michael Baumann on MLB’s Bad Day

Plus, Billy Donovan confronts a new Bulls reality