Lon Tay and Jeremy Werner talk to NBADraftInsider.com's Kristopher Habbas about last night's NBA Draft Lottery results, who he thinks the Cavaliers will pick first and the status of Brandon Paul's stock after a successful combine. Then the guys talk to the Northwest Herald's Tom Musick about Brian Urlacher's retirement, his legacy in Chicago and where he thinks Urlacher's career will go next.
In hour 2, the guys discuss the news that Aaron Bailey isn't opposed to the idea of Illinois bringing in Wes Lunt. Then they talk with WISH-TV's Chris Widlic about the Pacers chances of beating the Heat, how much of an advantage the Pacers have in the post and if Frank Vogel is one of the more underrated coaches in the NBA.
In hour 3, the guys discuss Brian Urlacher's Hall of Fame resume and what his retirement says about the Bears "lowball" offer. Then they talk about how Jamie Garcia being out for the year will affect the Cardinals, Matt Garza's return and the legitimacy of the recent hot streak the White Sox are on.
Jeremy Werner and Michael Carpenter talk about the Blackhawks' loss in Game 3 last night and preview tonight's NBA Draft Lottery. Then the guys talk with ESPN Chicago's Scott Powers about what went wrong for the Blackhawks last night, what they need to do to turn this around and if Blackhawks fans should hit the panic button.
In hour 2, the guys talk with Springfield 1450's Zach Kerker about the latest on Wes Lunt, if Lunt will appeal Oklahoma State's transfer restrictions and what he thinks Illinois' chances are of landing the quarterback. Then they chat with Illinois senior Justin Parr about winning the Big Ten Player of the Year award, the unique situation that ended his hitting streak and Illinois' chances about qualifying for the NCAA tournament.
In hour 3, the guys discuss the Eastern and Western Conference Finals going on in the NBA. Then they talk with the Decatur Herald and Review's Mark Tupper about how the transfers the Illinois basketball and football programs have had, how the rosters have been affected and what the possibility of Wes Lunt going to Illinois means for the program going forward. The guys close the show with Carps Take in Lon's absence.
Lon Tay and Jeremy Werner talk about their weekends and how they think Jaime Garcia's injury will affect the Cardinals down the stretch. Then they talk with Illinois baseball coach Dan Hartleb about his team's chances in the Big Ten Tournament. They close the hour with The Oklahoman columnist Berry Tramel about former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt and his decision to transfer.
In hour 2, the guys chat with Mike Claiborne about newly promoted Cardinals pitcher Tyler Lyons, what Lyons' promotion means for highly touted prospect Michael Wacha and David Freese's recent hot bat. Then the guys break down Miguel Cabrera's career and where they think he ranks amongst hitters of all time.
In hour 3, the guys discuss how the Cardinals have overcome injuries, the quality of the rotation to date and where they rank in the National League. Then they talk with Illinois golfer Brian Campbell about the Illini's fifth-straight Big Ten Championship, sixth-straight appearance in the NCAA Finals and his second-place finish at the Fayetteville Regional.
Lon Tay, Jeremy Werner and Michael Carpenter chat about baseball, the series finale of "The Office," Devin Langford's new school and Wes Lunt's recruitment. Then they welcome in Illini tennis players Ross Guignon and Tim Kopinski, who will compete in the NCAA Championships hosted in Champaign.
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