Archive for March 2018

College Basketball In Chicago Feels Right

College Basketball In Chicago Feels Right
In our sports crazed city, the local college basketball scene has been almost non-existent during the 28 years I have lived here, which is quite hard to believe when you really think about it. I mean, despite being one of the only major US cities to have a declining population, 2.7 million people still call... Read more »

March Madness Week 2: Players To Watch

March Madness Week 2: Players To Watch
Last weekend not only destroyed brackets, hopes, dreams, and the belief that Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone will ever be solved, but also greatly hampered my ability to write about some of the top NBA prospects you should watch in the tournament. As great of stories it has been for teams like Kansas State, Loyola, Florida... Read more »

March Madness Week 1: Players To Watch

March Madness Week 1: Players To Watch
The greatest sporting event of the year began this week and thankfully, after just one day of madness in the books, I have almost completely forgotten about the dumpster fire that was Selection Sunday (TBS single handily caused the unemployment levels in the US to spike Monday morning). With one day down and the first... Read more »
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SOS: Bears Need Wide Receivers

SOS: Bears Need Wide Receivers
When I was a child I had a blanket or as I liked to call it, a blanky. I carried my blanky EVERYWHERE and boy, did it show. While Linus van Pelt carried around a crisp blue blanket that comforted him as he dealt with a balding best friend and abusive sister, I was in... Read more »

Pace Should Pass On NFL Combine

Pace Should Pass On NFL Combine
I really wish Chicago Bears General Manager Ryan Pace had passed on attending the NFL combine this week. Why couldn’t one of our trademark Chicago blizzards have snowed him into his office, preventing him from attending the glorified beauty pageant in Indianapolis? Why couldn’t he stay behind and watch prospects game film instead of watch... Read more »