More than Mean Needs to Set Legacy to Treat Women in Sports With Respect

More than Mean Needs to Set Legacy to Treat Women in Sports With Respect
The More than Mean Video posted by Just Not Sports last month polarized the sports world and beyond. It has had nearly 3.5 millions views, 13.7K likes and nearly 10k dislikes. Too many men have a misogynistic view of sports, that’s its a man’s domain. That has changed slowly over many decades. Title IX gave women a... Read more »

Bulls Lottery History Full of Hits and Misses

Bulls Lottery History Full of Hits and Misses
The Bulls drafted Michael Jordan third in the 1984 NBA Draft. That was one year before the first NBA draft lottery. The Knicks took Patrick Ewing first overall that year amidst substantial controversy and conspiracy theories.   Wayman Tisdale went second to N.Y. Everyone outside of New York was claiming that the league wanted the... Read more »

Moms Help Create Sports Memories Too

Moms Help Create Sports Memories Too
The advent of Title IX in 1972 raised the involvement and interests of women in sports and their participation. It was a driving force behind a rapid increase in women’s interest in all sports. Each generation has seen a rise in women becoming sports fans. Yesterday was a rare occasion when both the Cubs and... Read more »
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John Fox and the Bears Have Many Ties to Broncos and Panthers

John Fox and the Bears Have Many Ties to Broncos and Panthers
Most people with an interest in the Superbowl know by now that the Panthers and the Broncos are the two teams John Fox coached in his career before coming to the Bears this past season. There are far more links between the three franchises than Fox’s tenure in Carolina and Denver. Fox was replaced by... Read more »

Chicago Sports Top Ten Stories of 2015

Chicago Sports Top Ten Stories of 2015
Chicago had one of it’s most memorable sports years in 2015. The Blackhawks won their sixth Stanley Cup in six years, the Cubs won 97 games in Joe Maddon’s first season, the Bears made significant changes at the top and Patrick Kane was an everyday conversation on Sports Radio for two very different stories. There... Read more »

Highland Park Basketball Coaches Give Special Needs Manager Gift of a Lifetime

Highland Park Basketball Coaches Give Special Needs Manager Gift of a Lifetime
John Whitehead has taught social studies and coached basketball for 22 years at Elm Place Middle School in Highland Park,Il. In his own words he has had “one undefeated Championship season, players of mine who have played in D1 (Division I College) schools and nothing has compared to what I felt yesterday (Dec 15) in... Read more »
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John Fox's History Suggests He Can Fix the Bears

John Fox's History Suggests He Can Fix the Bears
The Bears hiring of John Fox was the first time since George Halas re-assumed the reign of the Bears in 1958 from Paddy Driscoll that the Bears hired a head coach that had experience as a head coach. Driscoll is the only other Bear Head Coach in their history with previous experience as a head... Read more »

The Ten Best Chicago Sports Costume Ideas

Every year, ESPN Radio 1000/WMVP holds a Ditkaween contest on Da Coach's weekly show. At the end they award the prize for the closest to looking like Ditka. Even  those that were not alive during Iron Mike's tenure like to dress up as Da Coach with a little help from their parents.

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Chicago is undoubtedly one of the best sports towns in the World. We have a number of eccentric and great sports heroes that we worship and love to mimic. Halloween is the perfect time to do that. If you are a Chicago sports fan that wants to combine your passion of sports with Halloween fun,... Read more »

Bulls Question for 2015-16 is How to Get Past LeBron

Bulls Question for 2015-16 is How to Get Past LeBron
In four of the last six seasons, the Bulls have been ousted in the playoffs by a LeBron James led team. They lost to the Cavs in 2010 and 2015 and to Miami in 2011 and 2013.  In those six seasons a LeBron led team has won 14 out of 18 playoffs series. The loss... Read more »
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Cubs Fans and Rivals Need to Learn How to Co-Exist

Cubs Fans and Rivals Need to Learn How to Co-Exist
Social Media has changed the landscape of sports. It has connected fans directly to their favorite players, coaches and media. The proliferation of social media has also connected fans globally. This has increased the amount debates and arguments. The amount of trolls and personal attacks on social media is troublesome at times. A small percentage... Read more »