The Fire draws with the Galaxy for their seventh tie of the season.

  BRIDGEVIEW- If there’s one thing that the Chicago Fire does better than any other team in Major League Soccer, it’s finishing games with a tie. And Sunday the Fire earned their league-leading seventh draw (tied with Portland in this category) by playing the Los Angeles Galaxy to a 1-1 stalemate. The first half was... Read more »

The Fire win two in-a-row and their first home game of 2014

  BRIDGEVIEW- It’s not coming along as fast as Chicago Fire fans would like it, but it’s coming along slowly as the weather gets warmer. On Sunday, the Fire got their first victory at Toyota Park by holding off Sporting Kansas City with a 2-1 victory. They have now won two in-a-row and the 15,746 fans... Read more »

The return of the Chicago Rush?

  On Tuesday, Crains Chicago Business published a story stating that the owners of the Sears Centre arena in Hoffman Estates are pushing for the return of the Chicago Rush. The Rush folded at the conclusion of the 2013 Arena Football League season. They folded after numerous financial, logistical, and even legal issues. Things got... Read more »
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Golson is Re-admitted Into Notre Dame

  On Friday, the University of Notre Dame confirmed what had already been unofficially set in stone. Quarterback Everett Golson has officially been re-admitted into the South Bend institution. After leading the Fighting Irish to the BCS National Championship Game during the 2012 season, Golson departed the university in the Spring of 2013 due to... Read more »

Golson Eyes a Return to Notre Dame

Golson Eyes a Return to Notre Dame
  On Tuesday it was revealed that former Notre Dame quarterback Everett Golson has begun the process of applying for re-admission into the historic university. In May, Golson was forced to leave South Bend because of academic issues but was not dismissed from the team. It’s always been said that he can re-enroll once his academic situation is sorted out. The South... Read more »

Northwestern In The Spotlight

  This week Northwestern is getting major media exposure.   On Saturday, the City of Evanston (population 75,430) will be the center of the college football universe. All eyes of primetime national television (and the nation’s most popular televised pre-game show) will be glued to Ryan Field as Northwestern looks to make history. It’s a... Read more »
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Bob McMillen finds A new coaching job

  McMillen previously coached the now-extinct Chicago Rush from 2011-2013.   We all know about the chaos that engulfed the Chicago Rush in 2013. Despite having a winning season this year (they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs), the numerous organizational, logistical and financial problems took it’s toll on the team. Last... Read more »

The Sky Fall Behind Early and Lose To Indiana

    The Sky lost despite four of their five starters scoring in double figures.   ROSEMONT- With the Indiana Fever coming into this game three games below the .500 mark (13-16), this seemed like an easy victory for the Sky. Unfortunately, that was not the case tonight as the Fever managed to escape Allstate... Read more »

The Chicago Sky Will Lend A Hand To Our Nations Military

  The Chicago Sky will be hosting a job fair before their game on Friday night.   It’s no secret that America’s men and women in uniform can have a rough time adjusting to civilian life once they are relieved from active duty. One of those challenges is finding a job once they return home.... Read more »
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No Elena Delle Donne, No Problem.....

  The Sky made their biggest comeback in franchise history today.   ROSEMONT- With star rookie Elena Delle Done not the lineup as she deals with a foot injury, the Sky were without their big source of firepower against the Connecticut Sun. At first it looked like not having Delle Donne in the lineup would... Read more »