Daily Bernie: Mar 10 – What Will We See From Lynn and Wacha?; Prospects Are Impressing

Bernie covers everything Cardinals on Friday’s show, taking a look at Michael Wacha and Lance Lynn’s important roles and the young prospects brightening up the Birds’ future. ESPN.com’s Mark Saxon adds to the conversation from spring training.

Other Friday guests include ESPN.com NFL analyst Mike Sando on NFL free agency and Big Ten Network’s Tom Dienhart to gauge both Illinois and Mizzou’s head coaching situations.

7 a.m. Hour

Interview w/ Big Ten Network Analyst and BTN.com writer – Tom Dienhart

Dienhart talks both Illinois and Mizzou’s coaching situations and shares why Tom Crean may be a “tortured soul” in Indiana.

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Lynn and Wacha are the rotation’s two biggest question marks

Lynn has 4 strikeouts and a 2.00 ERA through 9 IP this spring.

The Cardinals rotation is looking good in Jupiter, but questions remain once the games start counting again. Should we be concerned with Lance Lynn after a year off? Will Michael Wacha hold down the fifth spot?

Both have had decent springs and will play a large role if the rotation is going to bounce back from 2016.

Mizzou’s plan B if Crean stays at IU? Cuonzo Martin.

Tom Crean’s name has gathered the most heat during Mizzou’s coaching search, but there’s never a guarantee. So what about local boy Cuonzo Martin?

Martin has made significant steps forward since beginning as a head coach at Missouri State in 2008 and could be a nice fit for the Tigers job.

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8 a.m. Hour

No reason the Blues shouldn’t make the postseason

Bernie lays out his reasons why the Blues’ independent contractors should make the playoffs despite this season’s turmoil.

The Washington Post visits Cardinals camp

It’s always interesting to hear the national opinion on the Redbirds and your host delves into it this segment. The Post’s story covers the Cardinals being in transition and Yadier Molina’s future.

More NFL quarterback craziness

The Cowboys now have Tony Romo on the trading block rather than releasing him, but the Broncos reportedly aren’t interested in a showdown for Romo’s services.

Brock Osweiler is now a Brown, but for how long? Cleveland is reportedly looking to flip Osweiler into another deal for an additional draft pick. Fans are reportedly confused by the several various storylines.

Lots of appealing young Cardinal talent in camp

Yes, we know it’s only spring training, but some of the young names in Jupiter have Bernie excited. He details the talent he has his eyes on in this segment.

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9 a.m. Hour

Interview w/ ESPN.com Cardinals beat writer – Mark Saxon

Saxon shares why he thinks the Cards’ 2017 defense will improve and takes a look at the rotation’s spring success.

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‘Ask Bernie’

Rack your sports-minds and send in your questions. Bernie turns things over the to the listeners at this time every day.

Interview w/ ESPN.com NFL analyst – Mike Sando

Sando tells what he thinks the Browns’ endgame is in acquiring Brock Osweiler.

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