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How To Improve

How To Improve

How does a team that won a 101 games in total improve on last year. Well for starters the Cubs are going to get a lot of help from last year and the experience that was gained by not only winning 97 regular season games but getting out of the NL Wild Card Game and the NL Divisional Round. The […]

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Chicago Bears tight end Zach Miller makes a touchdown catch during the second half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers, Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi) ORG XMIT: CAGB

NFC North Week 9 Review

After nine weeks of football in the NFC North seem to be tightening up at the top while there’s now clear separation between the bottom team and the rest of the division. On Sunday the Green Bay Packers lost a great game in Carolina to the lone undefeated team in the conference. Meanwhile up in Minneapolis the Vikings won their […]

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Wake Me When It’s May

Wake Me When It’s May

The Blackhawks blew a three goal lead last night, lost to their arch rival the St. Louis Blues in front of the whole country, are currently in sixth place in the Central Division, don’t have their Conn Smythe Defenseman for the foreseeable future, and none of it matters. Patrick Kane just as of today saw his rape case not get […]

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NFC North Week 8 Review

NFC North Week 8 Review

The Minnesota Vikings were the biggest winner of Week 8 in terms of the NFC North because they were the only winners the division produced. The Minnesota Vikings got a tough game out of the Chicago Bears on a glorious day in the Windy City and came out on top on a last second Blair Walsh FG that got them […]

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Crowning Achievement

Crowning Achievement

The Kansas City Royals had a mad dash in the ninth and then turned it over to their dominant bullpen until the offense broke it open in the 12th to capture their first world championship in 30 years last night. The Royals defeated the New York Mets in five games to win their first World Series since 1985 and in […]

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Bulls Starting Fast

Bulls Starting Fast

Chicago is out of the blocks quickly this season after doubling up on a back to back that started at home on National Television and culminated with a 15 point victory against the lonely Nets in Brooklyn a night later. The Bulls got double digit production from all of their starters, Jimmy Butler led the way in scoring with 24 […]

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Bulls Open Season Tonight At UC

Bulls Open Season Tonight At UC

In a rematch of the Eastern Conference Semifinals from last spring the Cleveland Cavaliers come to town to open the 2015-2016 campaign under the national spotlight. Lebron James fell short of his third NBA title last year when he went down four games to two against the Golden State Warriors. This year the Cavs hope to return to the finals […]

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This trio is inching closer to overturning baseballs sorriest franchise.

All Eyes On You Theo

After the Cubs dismal performance in the NLCS against the Mets the real question that needs to be asked is what do the Cubs need to do in order to not get swept next year. The Cubs were outscored 21-8 in the series and struck out 37 times while mustering just 21 hits. The duo of Lester and Arrieta both […]

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Bears Bye

Bears Bye

The Bears enter their bye week at 2-4 on the year and in decent position after an awfully tough first six weeks of the season. Chicago started to show signs of life against the Raiders, and then pulled off an improbable comeback win in Kansas City. Chicago should’ve held on to win in Detroit, but a weak defense that is […]

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Daniel Murphy his his fifth home run of the playoffs in his seventh game

Rough Couple Days

Sometimes we don’t like our job and if it wasn’t for the Blackhawks winning 4-1 against Columbus on Saturday every single team in Chicago would’ve lost this weekend. The Bears Lost in OT giving up a lead in the fourth quarter and then allowing Megatron to haul in a 57-yard completion in sudden death essentially ending the game. The Northwestern […]

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