Saturday • October 16
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It's the premiere show of BEARLY LEGAL with co-hosts Robin Earl and David Spada. Robin and David are joined by Coach Dave McGinnis of the Tennessee Titans , along with your calls and emails, plus a lot of fun conversation about the Chicago Bears and sports in general.
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Titans Assistant Head Coach Dave McGinnis
Coach Dave McGinnis joins Robin & David to preview this weekends matchup between his undefeated Titans & our Chicago Bears. He also dishes on some of the keys to Tennessees success this season.
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The Meat of the Game
Can Rex get the job done against an impressive and undefeated Titans squad? Robin & David get down & dirty with some Bears preview talk. Plus - a visit from Jeff Spaceball Schwartz
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Exciting New Technology
Learn about WiMax a new technology that will soon be in the Chicagoland Area, and how Liberty International will be using it to revolutionize telecommunications.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Dave McGinnis
Dave McGinnis, a 35-year coaching veteran, enters his fifth season with the Titans as the club's linebackers coach and fourth as Assistant Head Coach.

McGinnis has 22 seasons of NFL experience, including three and a half years as the head coach for the Arizona Cardinals. One of the most respected defensive minds in the game, McGinnis directed the Cardinals defense as their defensive coordinator from 1996 to 2000.

McGinnis built his reputation and knowledge during a 10-year stint (1986-95) with the Chicago Bears as a linebackers coach, where he worked with one of the best linebacker corps in the game: Mike Singletary, Wilber Marshall and Otis Wilson. He coached Hall of Famer Mike Singletary for seven of his 12 years in the league with each ending in a trip to the Pro Bowl. During his tenure in Chicago, the Bears advanced to the playoffs six times and the defense finished in the top six of the NFL in defense six times, including a first or second place ranking three times.

Prior to joining the NFL ranks, McGinnis spent 13 years in college football with stops at his alma mater Texas Christian University (1973-74, '82), Missouri (1975-77), Indiana State (1978, '80-81) and Kansas State (1983-85). McGinnis was a three-year starter as a defensive back at TCU, where he graduated in 1973 with a degree in business management. Born in Independence, Kansas and raised in Snyder, Texas, McGinnis resides in Nashville, Tenn., with his wife Kim.