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The Daily Bernie: December 8, 2017 – Cubs still more appealing than Cardinals, are they smarter too?

7am Hour

Bernie kicks off the show with the Bits on Stanton watch, the Blues getting back to their game, the NFL product suffering, and more bad officiating.

Cardinals are preaching off-season patience and Bernie talks why he’s not ready to freak out over it.

Six official coaching changes took place in the SEC and Bernie Miklasz grades each one of them and really thinks Arkansas is not getting enough attention.

Blues gets their second win in a row and Travis Green is gushing over Vlad Sobotka’s play.

Entire 7am Audio

8am Hour

Gary Danielson joined Bernie Miklasz to talk about the Navy Army game, what he appreciates calling the game, the sacrifice of these players, and why this year has a great storyline with Army breaking the streak last year.

Cubs sign Tyler Chatwood while Cards bring in Miles Mikolas; is this proof that the Cubs are still smarter and do they still have an advantage over Cards? Bernie explains why that is the case.

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 10-candidate ballot for the Modern Baseball Era Committee last month and is ready to announce who is their selection and Bernie has special interest in Ted Simmons so he got Jay Jaffe on to detail his chances of making it.

Entire 8am Audio



Listen to the full Gary Danielson interview here
Listen to the full Jay Jaffe interview here

9am Hour

Anthony Stalter’s Friday Funday Football Hour kicks off with some Army Navy discussion and Stalter’s investment opportunity in this game.

Friday Funday Football Hour with Anthony and Bernie continued talking about the Atlanta Falcons and should we start buying them.

Anthony Stalter tells Bernie why Minnesota is the best NFC team during this segment of the Friday Funday Football Hour

They wrap up the show talking about the “Investment Opportunities” in the NFL.

Entire 9am Audio