The Bernie Miklasz Show – March 16, 2020 – A weekend without sports

7am Hour

7:00 “Morning Caffeine Rush” – Randy is filling-in for Bernie. In an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now advising against gatherings of 50 people or more for the next eight weeks.

7:15 This weekend shows us just how important sports are to society. Randy uses this weekend as an example.

7:30 It was on this day last year that Randy finally realized that the 2018-2019 Blues were capable of winning a Stanley Cup.

7:45 MIC-DROPS & TEXTS – What did you do with your first weekend without sports?

8am Hour

8:00 “Bernie Bits” – Ryan Tannehill and the Titans agree to a 4-year deal, and the dream of Tom Brady heading to Nashville comes to an end.

8:15 “This Day in Sports History” – Mizzou suffers an epic upset to Norfolk State in the 1st round of the 2012 NCAA Tournament.

8:30 Chris Kerber, 101 ESPN & Blues Radio Network, joins Randy for his weekly chat on all things St. Louis Blues.

8:45 “Ask Bernie” – Randy gives relationship advice.



Listen to the Chris Kerber interview here!


9am Hour

9:00 & 9:15 Dan McLaughlin, FOX Sports Midwest & 101 ESPN, joins Randy for his weekly chat on all things St. Louis Cardinals.

9:30 MIC-DROPS & TEXTS – What did you do with your first weekend without sports?

9:45 The Crossover



Listen to the Dan McLaughlin interview here!