Posts in category "The Locker Room"

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 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 »

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 »

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 »

Home Is Where the Heart Is For the Chicago Fire

  The Fire’s only victories this year have come on their home field of Toyota Park. BRIDGEVIEW- There is no doubt that the 2013 Chicago Fire have struggled a great deal. A very sharp contrast from last year’s playoff team, the Fire have struggled on both sides of the ball. This year Frank Klopas’ squad... Read more »

It's Official: The Rush To Play Remaining Home Games in Rockford

    ROSEMONT- After weeks of speculation, rumors, uncertainty and silence, the Arena Football League has finally made a decision on the remaining home games for the Chicago Rush. With everything that has happened over the last six weeks, playing at the Allstate Arena in Rosemont is not a viable option for the time being. Originally... Read more »

UIC Continues To Boost Their Roster

    CHICAGO- The UIC Flames continued their spring marathon on Wednesday as the athletic department announced another major edition to their men’s basketball team. Jordan Harks, a 6’8″ power forward who grew up in suburban Lombard has transferred to UIC from Central Arkansas. He will be eligible to play in the upcoming 2013-2014 season.... Read more »

Everett Golson Is Out at Notre Dame

  Everett Golson was projected to be the starting quarterback again in 2013. SOUTH BEND, IN- Late last night, word came out that quarterback Everett Golson is no longer enrolled at Notre Dame. This comes as a shock as the Fighting Irish football program was heavily invested in the young gunslinger. Golson announced on his... Read more »

Game 5: Blackhawks 4 Red Wings 1- Detroit Leads Series 3-2

  Andrew Shaw scored two goals tonight. CHICAGO- If the Red Wings do wind up eliminating the Blackhawks from the playoffs, they certainly will not go down without a fight. They proved that tonight as the Hawks defeat Detroit at the United Center 4-1. Andrew Shaw was one of the driving forces for the Hawks... Read more »

DePaul's Depth Chart Takes Another Hit

    CHICAGO- The revolving door of good news, bad news keeps coming for the DePaul Blue Demons men’s basketball team. After a miserable 2012-2013 season, four players from the team decided to transfer to other schools. Fortunately, those players were quickly replaced with new recruits.  Things were finally beginning to look up last week after... Read more »