Bulls 2014-15 Season

Mirotic & Gasol

It’s hard to describe the feelings I have when talking about this upcoming Bulls season. I would compare them to a first date… with a girl you have known for a while but have never had the stones to ask out. You two have flirted off and on for years, but have never given a […]

Chicago Bears vs New England Patriots Preview


The Chicago Bears are in a fight. Not with another team or the NFL front office, but with themselves. On paper, the Bears have a star-studded cast of players with names like Marshall, Cutler, Allen, Forte and Briggs. If only the games were played on paper. Every week the Bears find a way to shoot […]

Bears Fans: Worry about Play on the Field


There has been a lot of controversy surrounding the extra-curricular activities that took place after the Bears 27 – 14 loss to the Dolphins last week at Soldier Field. Numerous sources have sited yelling coming from the Bears locker room, believed to be from WR Brandon Marshall. His target? Marshall’s best friend and quarterback, Jay […]

Miami Dolphins vs Chicago Bears Preview


It’s about time… Jay Cutler and the Bears finally put together a complete 4 quarters against the Falcons as they controlled every facet of the game. “We have to get to a point where we can consistently play at a high level on all three phases,” Coach Trestman stated on Thursday. The Bears organization will […]

2014-15 Big Ten Media Day


The rhetoric from all fourteen coaches appeared scripted and predictable as they spoke about the upcoming Big Ten basketball season. Rainbows and lollypops are in the minds of all the coaches, from the reigning Big Ten champ, John Beilein of Michigan, to the lowly Purdue Boilermakers and coach Matt Painter. Every team expects to take […]

Chicago Bears vs Atlanta Falcons Preview

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There is always some anxiety when you see an ex-girlfriend after a relationship is over, especially when the break up was not mutual. Greg Olsen was traded for a 3rd round pick in 2011, he led the Panthers comeback in week 5 against the Bears by racking up 72 yards on 6 receptions and finding […]

Bears-Panthers Preview


This Sunday at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, there will be two 2-2 teams taking the field that have much to prove to themselves and their respective fan bases. The Bears and Panthers both surrendered a season high in points, 38, last week in their losses. Both teams lost by 21 or more points […]

A Chronology of Bears Packers Game 9/28/14

Empty Soldier Field

This seemed like a better idea than a boring game report, when I started logging the game.  Little did I know what an offensive display it would be, as well as a nightmare for defensive coordinators. Here’s how I spent my day today at the Bears Packers game at Chicago’s Soldier Field. Just like in […]

Griner injured, but it’s win or go home for Chicago Sky in WNBA Finals

Can the combination of Sylvia Fowles and Elena Delle Donne extend the season for the Chicago Sky?

“We want to be physical in all aspects of the game, but being strong mentally would help us out a lot more.” Pokey Chatman, Chicago Sky head coach and general manager, on managing in the WNBA Finals The ‘School of Hard Knocks’ opened at the WNBA Finals between first-time contenders Chicago Sky and 2007 and […]

Northern Illinois Knocks off Northwestern 23-15


The Northwestern Wildcats may have the title of “Chicago’s Big Ten Team”, however, it is the Northern Illinois Huskies who are the -winningest- team in the state, as well as the Mid American Conference over the last decade. On Saturday, the two schools located roughly 70 miles from one another, met for the first time […]

Bears vs Seahawks Preview

Jay Cutler addresses the media.

Two weeks away from the regular season kickoff, the Chicago Bears still have a lot of preparation to do before they’re ready for a playoff run. And while it’s still only preseason, a lot can happen that will determine the outcome of the year. This Friday, the Bears are set to go up against the […]

Chicago Bears Improve to 2-0 in Preseason


Two down, two to go. That’s what the Chicago Bears have to be telling themselves after Thursday night’s 20-19 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team looked flat and (excluding the rookies and guys trying to earn a place on the roster) at times, disinterested. For the second straight week the Bears (2-0), could not […]

A Nightmare for the Northwestern Offense

Northwestern Training Camp

Two of the worst possible nightmares to occur for the Northwestern offense happened on the same day. A week after announcing he was going to be suspended for the first two games of the 2014 season, Northwestern running back Venric Mark announced he intends to transfer schools. And wide receiver Christian Jones is lost for […]

Northwestern Training Camp Recap

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A lot of questions are surrounding the Northwestern Wildcats this season. Will they rebound from a 5-7 record? How will their running game do without Venric Mark the first two games? Will that suspension affect the rest of his season? How will they adjust from a two quarterback system to just one leader? During Northwestern […]

Chicago Bears Training Camp Recap

The Bears take the field during training camp.

In 2013, the Bears were within one 4th down stop of reaching the playoffs. Instead, they finished a disappointing 8-8, and missed the playoffs for the third straight year. However, an already dangerous offense combined with a couple of solid defensive free agent signings, makes for one potential threat to take home the NFC North […]