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WGN Radio’s “Two and a Half Bears” to debut September 8

Hall of Famer Dan Hampton returns to WGN as football analyst

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Dan Hampton

WGN Radio today announced a new addition to the weekend lineup entitled Two and a Half Bears, a weekly series providing postgame analysis of the Chicago Bears. NFL Hall of Famer and Chicago Bears alumnus, Dan Hampton will serve as the show’s anchor with former teammate Glen Kozlowski, and WGN’s resident football fanatic Pete McMurray.

Two and a Half Bears will provide extensive analysis of each Bears game as well as interviews with players, coaches, and front office personnel. In addition to the postgame breakdown, Hampton will join WGN’S Steve Cochran every Monday and Friday morning at 7:40 to provide a Bears game recap and preview.

“We are thrilled and excited to have ‘Danimal’ as part of the WGN Radio family once again,” said Jimmy de Castro, President/General Manager of WGN Radio. “His expertise and charisma will bring a unique perspective to the station and Two and a Half Bears puts football talk back on our airwaves as well as provides a forum to discuss one of Chicago’s most beloved teams.”

Your Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana Chevy Dealers present Two and a Half Bears following each game all season long. The series premiere is Sunday, September 8th immediately following Cubs baseball on 720 WGN.

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3 Comments to “WGN Radio’s “Two and a Half Bears” to debut September 8”

    Jimmy said:
    September 5, 2013 at 1:24 AM

    It might help people tune in if the story mentioned the time of the show.

      duh said:
      September 8, 2013 at 9:35 AM

      Hey Genius, does anyone know when a baseball game will end?

      "immediately following Cubs baseball on 720 WGN."

    Colonel said:
    September 15, 2013 at 5:32 PM

    Wow.. listening to 2.5 Bears is horrible. Learn the rules, what Weems did was a great play.. period.

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