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    Chicago Bulls Name Billy Donovan As New Head Coach

    Breaking news out of the Bulls front office this afternoon. According to Adrian Wojnarowki, the Chicago Bulls have decided to name Billy Donovan their new head coach. Donovan previously was the head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder since 2015.   Billy Donovan has agreed to a deal to become the next coach of the […] More

  • Chicago Bears Mitch Trubisky
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    What The Bears Got Right…And What They Got Wrong

    The Bears gave nearly ever person in the city of Chicago (and Detroit, for that matter) a heart attack or two during their 4th quarter comeback yesterday in week 1. Things looked dire as Mitch had a rough first half, followed by an ugly fumble early in the 4th. Despite all that, the Bears got […] More

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    USA Rugby Emerges From Bankruptcy

    Following a Delaware court hearing earlier this week, USA Rugby has been approved to move forward with their post-chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization plan. If you’ll recall, back on March 31, 2020, at the height of the coronavirus and economic crisis, USA Rugby filed for bankruptcy. A profoundly sobering moment in the history of American rugby, […] More

  • Leonard Fournette Tampa Bay
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    Leonard Fournette Enters Into Deal With Tampa Bay

    Leonard Fournette took to Twitter this evening to post the following, indicating that a deal is close at hand with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers .@Buccaneers ?? #GoBucs pic.twitter.com/IEX9jXHQAf — 7? Leonard Fournette (@_fournette) September 3, 2020 We await details of the deal but it is believed that the deal is for 1 year. Fournette and […] More

  • Chicago Bears Mitch Trubisky
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    Could The Bears Go Undefeated?

    Did you hear that? That’s the sound of the glass breaking on a fire alarm because this take is flaming hot!! Now that I have your attention, just take a quick glance at the Bears schedule and just try and tell me that this team couldn’t go 16-0:   Let’s just take a look at […] More

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    Can the NFL Succeed Where Others Have Failed?

    As of the writing of this blog, there is very serious concern about whether or not the college football season will proceed as scheduled. To date, the MAC and a number of FCS conferences including the Ivy League, Big Sky, and Pioneer have already canceled all fall sports due to the impact of coronavirus. On […] More

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    Do The Bears Have A Tight End Problem?

    As was very painfully obvious to any casual observer of the Bears season last year, there is not a consistent presence at tight end in Chicago. The Bears virtually had a revolving door next to their offensive tackles, featuring four different TE’s on the roster in 2019, with another two on the practice squad and […] More

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    Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson Tests Positive for COVID19

    Philadelphia Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson has confirmed this evening that he has tested positive for coronavirus. Pederson is now the 2nd NFL head coach to be infected, with the New Orleans Saints’ Sean Payton being the first. Professional sports continue to struggle with the spread of the virus with various strategies with mixed results. […] More

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    Forgotten Heroes: Nathan Vasher

    Welcome back to another edition of Forgotten Heroes where we take a deeper dive into the careers of Chicago sports icons. This round, we’ll take a look at Nathan Vasher, former cornerback for the Chicago Bears. Nathan Vasher may not necessarily be the most “forgotten” player, having been a part of many memorable moments and […] More

  • Ben Gordon Chicago Bulls
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    Forgotten Heroes: Ben Gordon

    Welcome back to another installment of Forgotten Heroes. Previously, we’ve paid homage to a couple of Chicago sports legends, Hunter Hillenmeyer and Nomar Garciaparra. Today, we’ll set our sights on the United Center and fondly remember Bulls icon Ben Gordon. Chicago Bulls basketball found itself at a very serious low point after Michael Jordan left in 1998 […] More

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