The way everyone's media habits are changing make AM radio an already dead industry. WSCR pivoted to cater to the people who have already tapped out of exploring new ways to consume their media. They'll run on the fumes of their local audience that just wants to hear a voice talking about the only teams they care about without infringing on their personal grievance politics until those people die out and it'll be gone.
A guy like Jason Goff who is still relatively young and has to survive in the media industry beyond the next 5-10 years, unlike a fossil like Dan McNeil, is better off in the long run regrouping and finding a more forward-positioned niche. Aggrieved conservatives love to point out ESPN's declining ratings and blame Jemele Hill or Dan Le Batard talking about social issues within sports or how NFL ratings are declining because of player activism, and that might play a very small role, but really, people are just finding different things to care about and different ways to consume it.