The Full Go with Jason Goff

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Chicagoland’s own Jason Goff teamed up with The Ringer to put his unique spin on the Windy City sports scene. Featuring insight and analysis, interviews with friends and people who matter in town, and reaction from you, the listener, it’s your new home for all things Chi.

Episode Date
Matt Nagy Needs to Go, and Bears Postgame Reaction With Lance Briggs
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Welcome to ‘The Full Go’! Jason comes in hot by torching the Bears and Matt Nagy following an embarrassing 26-6 loss in Cleveland. After three seasons of excuses, is it finally time to find someone else to coach the Bears (0:10)? Postgame, Nagy himself said “It starts with me,” so where do the Bears go from here (19:00)? Next we take your calls on ‘The Full Go’ voicemail (26:00), and you didn’t hold back. Lance Briggs (NBC Sports Chicago/7x Pro Bowl LB) has seen some bad offensive performances during his time with the Bears. At what point does a coach lose control of his locker room (36:00)? In Outside the Chi, Jason covers the most interesting story lines from around the league in Week 3 (53:00). Host: Jason Goff Guest: Lance Briggs Producers: Steve Ceruti and Chris Tannehill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 27, 2021
White Sox Clinch AL Central. Plus: Bears Preview With Jim Miller, College Football Story Lines with Adam Kramer, and Fake Vaccine Cards in the NFL With Kalyn Kahler.
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Welcome to ‘The Full Go’! Jason opens the show by celebrating the Chicago White Sox, who were crowned AL Central champs earlier today in Cleveland. Jason celebrates José Abreu, who has been with the White Sox through many lean years and has managed to not only remain a leader but continue to produce at a high level (0:30). Justin Fields gets his first NFL start this Sunday in Cleveland, so we brought in former Bears QB Jim Miller (SiriusXM/Chicago Bears Network). Jim shares his insight on what Fields will face on Sunday and the overall future of QB play in the NFL (12:00). Adam Kramer (VSiN Live/Bleacher Report) joins the show to talk college football. Lots of eyes and ears will be on Notre Dame vs. Wisconsin this weekend at Soldier Field. Adam explains why this is an important matchup for both teams (26:00). How prevalent are fake COVID-19 vaccine cards in the NFL? Kalyn Kahler (Defector) shares what she found over the course of a recent investigation (53:00). We close the show with some of your voicemails on Bears, Cubs, and more (1:12:00). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Jim Miller, Adam Kramer, and Kalyn Kahler Producers: Steve Ceruti and Chris Tannehill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 24, 2021
JUSTIN FIELDS WILL BE THE BEARS' STARTING QB SUNDAY
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Jason hops on for a bonus episode with his initial reaction to the news that Justin Fields will get his first start for the Bears this Sunday against the Browns. He talks about why the city of Chicago should be excited for the start of a new era, whether we’ll see Andy Dalton play again, and why this should be the last quarterback Matt Nagy gets to develop as Bears head coach.  We always want to hear from you! Leave Jason a message on the Listener Line at 773-359-3103. Host: Jason Goff Producer: Chris Tannehill and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 22, 2021
Are You a Bad Bears Fan, Ozzie Guillen on White Sox Struggles, Adam Amin Finds His Voice
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Welcome to ‘The Full Go’! Jason opens the show by chronicling the latest developments in the Justin Fields saga. Bears head coach Matt Nagy has yet to make a decision about who will be under center this Sunday against the Browns as Andy Dalton deals with a knee injury. Plus, the White Sox are crawling to the finish line, and Jason is a bit anxious (00:30). Ozzie Guillen is an analyst for NBC Sports Chicago and was the White Sox manager the last time the team won an AL Central title in 2008. Ozzie also managed the team in 2005 through struggles down the stretch, so he knows what the 2021 Sox team could be going through (15:00). Adam Amin has done play-by-play for nearly every team in town and is Jason’s teammate at NBC Sports Chicago. Adam talks about finding his style as a play-by-play announcer, the worst day of his career, and how he thinks this new Bulls core will mesh (59:00). In Outside the Chi, Jason explains why he may be the final remaining Ben Simmons fan on Earth. Plus, JJ Reddick announces his retirement from the NBA, so naturally we discuss the most hated Duke players of all time (1:28:00). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Ozzie Guillen and Adam Amin Producers: Steve Ceruti and Chris Tannehill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 22, 2021
We Are Now Entering the Justin Fields Era
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Jason opens the show by recapping the Bears’ 20-17 victory over Cincinnati (0:30). Justin Fields got the bulk of the reps following Andy Dalton’s knee injury. We saw some inexperience, but we also got a good look at the first-round pick’s upside. Then, Jason opens up the voicemail line at 773-359-3103 (16:00). Where does Luis Robert rank among Chicago baseball’s best prospects? Jason also receives a call from “Vince in Detroit” who may have a counterpoint to “Bill in L.A.” and his Celtics bias. Jason gets a former player’s perspective on today’s Bears game with Anthony Herron (31:00). Anthony is an analyst for Fox-32 Chicago and SiriusXM and played in the NFL for Detroit, Atlanta, and Green Bay. From the game plan drawn up by Sean Desai to the emergence of David Montgomery, Anthony breaks down how the Bears were able to escape with a victory. Host: Jason Goff Guest: Anthony Herron Producers: Steve Ceruti and Chris Tannehill Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 20, 2021
The Truth Can't Hide at Halas Hall
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Jason opens by talking about moving and settling into a new spot while launching a new show (00:30). Then, he discusses Bears OC Bill Lazor and his comments regarding Justin Fields's readiness. The truth is starting to spill out of Halas Hall, and everyone is starting to realize what's going on (2:00). Next, Jason takes your calls. Who is the face of the White Sox? What makes a good NFL coach? What about the Bulls? And what are fair expectations for Patrick Williams in 2021-22 (8:00)? Later in the show, we turn the page to the Cincinnati Bengals by talking with former Bengals great Solomon Wilcots. Solomon talks about transitioning from the NFL to an accomplished media career with positions from CBS to NFL Network to SiriusXM NFL Radio (21:00). Then, Jason goes Outside the Chi and tries to figure out why Eric Bieniemy isn’t an NFL coach and explains why the hiring process is broken (49:00). Finally, he closes with a tip of the cap to the Milwaukee Bucks and Lisa Byington, who is the first woman in a full-time TV play-by-play role (57:00). Host: Jason Goff Guests: Solomon Wilcots Producer: Chris Tannehill and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 17, 2021
Week One Autopsy of Matt Nagy's System
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Jason opens by getting some clarity on the question that he posed on Sunday: What does Andy Dalton do that Justin Fields can’t? Bears coach Matt Nagy was asked just that, and Jason reacted to Nagy’s answer. (0:30). Bears WR Marquise Goodwin inadvertently shared a damming observation about Sunday’s game plan vs the Rams (12:00). We always want to hear from you! Leave Jason a message on the Listener Line at 773-359-3103. We even hear from a rabid Boston fan who calls himself Bill in L.A. (15:00). The White Sox magic number is down to just 7 following Lucas Giolito and Tim Anderson returning from the IL. Jason breaks down the Sox 9-3 victory over Shohei Ohtani and the Angels, and what Sox fans should be concerned with (35:00). Then, White Sox Play-By-Play Announcer Jason Benetti joins the show to talk about what makes the Sox broadcast so much more different than other teams around the league, and possible postseason matchups for the Southsiders. Host: Jason Goff Guests: Jason Benetti Producer: Chris Tannehill and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 15, 2021
Bears QB Controversy: What Did Andy Dalton Do That Justin Fields Couldn’t?
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Welcome to The Full Go! Jason opens with the Bears' loss to the Rams on Sunday Night Football and wonders why this Bears coaching staff still thinks Andy Dalton should be playing over Justin Fields (04:00). Then, he reacts to a bunch of calls on the listener voicemail line (45:20) before chatting with former Bears Olin Kreutz and Alex Brown about the quarterback situation and their outlook for this team the rest of the season (59:50). Finally, Jason closes it out looking at some of the other teams in action in the NFC North (1:18:00).  We always want to hear from you! Leave Jason a message on the Listener Line at 773-359-3103. Host: Jason Goff Guests: Olin Kreutz and Alex Brown Producer: Chris Tannehill and Steve Ceruti Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 13, 2021
Introducing ‘The Full Go With Jason Goff’
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Jason Goff hosts a show from The Ringer and Spotify dedicated to Chicago sports. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sep 09, 2021