Rick Kaempfer reflects on Chet Coppock’s groundbreaking impact in Chicago sports radio

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

Bill and Wendy along with the Godfather of Sports Talk Radio, Chet Coppock. (WGN Radio)

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Chicago continues to mourn the passing of iconic sports broadcaster Chet Coppock. Coppock died on Wednesday due to injuries sustained in a car crash on April 6 in South Carolina. He was 70 years old. Rick Kaempfer, a longtime friend of Chet’s and co-author of his book “Your Dime, My Dance Floor: Chet Coppock in Pursuit of Chet Coppock”, joined the Bill and Wendy show today to reflect on Coppock’s life and legacy as a free-spirited sports broadcaster who played an crucial role in Chicago sports radio.

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