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10 in 10: Top 10 Chicago News Sports Anchors of All-Time

Welcome to the ten best Chicago News programs, sports anchors of all time. The 10 in 10, where we'll release a new person in the ranks every day for the next 10 days. The list is determined by a number of factors, all of which have been well researched. We don't aim to discriminate, however, this particular list is an all-time list, and only a few were consulted under the age of 30. Most input came from the ...

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Cutting Edge Cubbies? New Faces for Chicago Cubs are Imminent

With only a couple professional sports resuming in Chicago, fans have demoted their attention from Bears to Cubs. However, the Chicago Cubs will be even more similar to Cubbies with new faces in 2011. Will it be enough to muster an NL Central clinch and playoff birth? Our beloved Cubs were expected to bounce back from a decibel of a 2009 season, with the hopeful emergence of younger, maturing players who ha ...

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Goodbye Hockey: Fallout From ESPN’s Love Affair with the NFL

While the NFL's popularity continues to skyrocket, there is a growing resentment towards the media for its over the top and obsessive coverage of the league. On the surface, it might just seem like petty jealousy from those who are loyal to other sports. Not in this case. At some point during the last few years, aided mostly by the cable network ESPN, it became necessary to over-analyze every single detail ...

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Chicago Bears Post-Game: Week Four, at New York Giants

October 3rd, Chicago Bears (3-0) at New York Giants (1-2) Analysts seem to be altering their perspective of the 3-1 Chicago Bears following a Sunday Night Football demolition versus the New York Giants. Bears fans had a large ego to pair with their sky-high confidence after an undefeated start three games into 2010, with crucial victories over the Green Bay Packers and Dallas Cowboys. However, that quickly ...

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Bears 3-0, but not many buying team’s success

When you talk about the 2010 Chicago Bears it's hard to have a conversation without the word "respect" coming into play. It's a word I hope to hear a lot more as the season goes on, because the more I hear about how the Bears aren't getting any "respect" the more likely it will be that they are winning consistently. A win in Dallas was big, a win against the Packers at home was bigger. Yet somehow the Bears ...

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Picking a Bears upset? You’re among few.

If you are sitting on your couch this morning with your Bears tee on anticipating the noon kickoff in Dallas, your not alone. If you are thinking that the Bears have a chance to pull off the upset in Big D, you might be. From everything I've been reading, there aren't too many "experts" giving the Bears a chance to win this Week 2 match-up. Looking at the Chicago Tribune this morning I read these comments o ...

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Is LeBron James Windy City Bound?

Regardless about anything the media speculates over, there are many things hard to deny. Mike Brown has not been satisfactory in terms of running a fine-tuned offense. LeBron James does not get the ball in his hands enough when teams go up on Cleveland; instead Brown seems hell-bent on sticking with his regulation rotation of players... going 10-12 deep into his bench, despite when nearly all other post-sea ...

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