Daily Bernie: Nov. 23 – Allen’s on a 3rd Period Roll, Sports to Be Thankful For

The Blues netted three of their four goals in Tuesday night’s second period at Boston, but the 4-2 win was decided by Jake Allen’s stick and pads in the final frame.

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Allen stopped 39 of 41 Bruins shots in Tuesday’s 4-2 road win.

Allen has stopped 50 of 50 third period shots through his last five wins with 17 coming in Tuesday’s final 20 minutes.

Bernie and Travis Green discuss what’s gone into Allen’s late game heroics and also about the latest scandal plaguing Mizzou athletics.

Your host also talks plenty of football with guests Hall of Famer Dan Dierdorf, ESPN senior NFL writer John Clayton, and ESPN national college football writer Ivan Maisel.

7AM Hour

Can a More Flexible Bullpen Make Matheny a Better Manager?

Adding Brett Cecil should be healthy for the Cardinals bullpen and beneficial to Mike Matheny, but only if the skipper takes full advantage.

The club can employ Cecil in several ways, including the seventh, eighth, or ninth innings. This also allows Matheny to ease his dependence on Kevin Siegrist, who’s been pushed hard over three seasons.

Interview w/ ESPN National College Football Writer, Co-Host of Championship Drive Podcast – Ivan Maisel

Maisel joins to discuss the playoff rankings, the Big Ten, Ohio State-Michigan, and Auburn-Alabama.

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Travis Green’s Three Blues Takeaways

Travis shares his three takeaways following Tuesday’s road win over Boston. Jake Allen stopped 39 of 41 pucks in the victory and has made 50 saves on 50 shots through his past five wins.

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8AM Hour

Mizzou Football Roundtable

Bernie invites Travis Green and Brandon Kiley into the discussion following recent allegations of academic violations in Columbia and all developments made as of Wednesday morning.

A Time to Give Thanks on the Bernie Show

With all the negative news usually cropping up in sports, your host takes time to give thanks for certain things within the sports world, as well as life in general.

Interview w/ Michigan Color Analyst and Pro and College Football Hall of Famer – Dan Dierdorf

The local legend talks his least favorite Thanksgiving sides, Saturday’s Wolverines-Buckeyes matchup, and the Big Ten’s big season.

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9AM Hour

Five Chicken-Fried SEC Questions

Can Auburn upset Alabama in the annual Iron Bowl? Why was Florida coach Jim McElwain so ticked off after beating LSU?

Bernie tackles these and three other chicken-fried questions this segment.

College Football Investing w/ Marty Jenkins

Marty and Bernie run down the long weekend’s college lines and suggest ways of building on any gambling investments you may be making between now and Monday.

Interview w/ ESPN Senior NFL Writer – John Clayton

The Professor chats about the Thanksgiving Day games, Kirk Cousins, Tony Romo’s next destination, and which coaches are on the hot seat.

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