The Beat Full Show (3/4/17): Wildcats prepare for ‘Dancing Days’

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Northwestern center Dererk Pardon, left, looks to the basket for the game winning-shot against Michigan guard Derrick Walton Jr during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game Wednesday, March 1, 2017, in Evanston, Ill. Northwestern won 67-65. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Mark Carman and Harry Teinowotz bring you the Saturday edition of The Beat: Dave Eanet kicks off the show to recap Northwestern’s 67-65 win over Michigan on Wednesday and the dramatic long pass and buzzer-beating layup that capped it off; Brent Sopel joins the show to talk about the Blackhawks’ six-game win streak, Artemi Panarin reigniting his confidence, getting Corey Crawford back into a steady groove with Scott Darling on the shelf and more; Wildcats forward Nathan Taphorn discusses his role in the biggest play in NU Basketball history and looks ahead to the Big Ten and NCAA tournaments; Adam Hoge gives some of his impressions of prospects and Bears QB possibilities from the NFL combine, and more.


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