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The Evolving Depth Chart Week 2

Week 2 saw a fairly uninspired effort against Jacksonville, which seemed to be taking the game a little more seriously than the Bears. But from the uninspired effort things can still be observed and learned. QB: Cutler, Clausen [2] -Nothing changes here. Clausen was fine against better competition and seemed to handle losing his contact with the sideline well. He just simply has more physical upside than Pa ...

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Fire Blown Out of Open Cup, Fall 6-0 in Semis

No team still in existence has more U.S. Open Cup titles than the Chicago Fire, who have won four titles in their 17-year history.  Bested only by Maccabi Los Angeles and the storied Bethlehem Steel, the Fire are tied with Greek American AA, the Philadelphia Ukrainians and the dominant Fall River Marksmen on the all-time list. Of the five teams with three titles, two are still alive and well in MLS.  D.C. U ...

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Chicago Blackhawks tickets on sale Monday

Single game tickets for the 2014-15 Chicago Blackhawks season will go on sale Monday, the team announced. The demand will be very high for tickets, similar to the past few seasons where they have sold out. The tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. and there are three ways to purchase: By phone: 800-745-3000 Online: Ticketmaster.com In person: Ticketmaster retail outlets Let us know which games you are looking ...

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Potential free-agent pitchers Cubs can court in 2015

Fans at Wrigley Field are getting a little taste of the future here lately with the call-ups of Arismendy Alcantara, Kyle Hendricks and the latest being Javier Baez. The Chicago Cubs still have plenty of talent awaiting in the minor league organizations, with Kris Bryant being the one Cubs fans want to see now. Other top prospect's on their way up are Addison Russell, Albert Almora, Jorge Soler and Kyle Sch ...

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Five Key Offensive Players for Northwestern in 2014

Northwestern is glad last year is over and they can finally start over. With very high expectations in 2013 coming off the win in the Gator Bowl in 2012, they went 1-7 in conference play and were not bowl eligible at the end of the season. This season is starting off the same way, with high expectations to at least get back to a bowl game. NU is returning 17 starters (9 offense, 8 defense) and with Kain Col ...

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Everett Golson Is Once Again Notre Dame’s Quarterback

  In what probably won't come as a surprise to Notre Dame Fighting Irish football fans, Everett Golson was named the starting quarterback for the 2014 season on Wednesday. Golson spent most of the summer, as well as spring football earlier this year, competing for the starting job against sophomore Malik Zaire. Even though many suspected that head coach Brian Kelly planned on having Golson start under ...

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Venric Mark Leaves Northwestern

Northwestern Wildcats running back Venric Mark has decided to transfer to another school. Mark was suspended for the first 2 games this coming season but said he accepted the consequences and looked forward to getting back on the field. It was announced today that Mark will transfer due to personal reasons. The news release from the school today stated that he is departing for "personal reasons, with a desi ...

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NBA Releases 2014-2015 Chicago Bulls Schedule

The Chicago Bulls will open their 2014-2015 season on Wednesday, October 29th in New York as they take on Carmelo and his Knicks. With all the Melo drama in Chicago that happened this off season, it should make for an entertaining season opener. The Bulls first home game which is Friday, October 31st should be even more exciting as they host Lebron and the Cavaliers in Chicago on Halloween. The Bulls will p ...

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Ice Bucket Challenge Hits Chicago

If you've been on social media at all the last couple weeks, you've probably heard of the ice bucket challenge. Unlike some unnecessary trends (like setting yourself on fire with the fire challenge), this one is for a good cause and it's especially fun to watch celebrities from all over participating in it. It's to raise awareness for ALS which is also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. The ALS Association has ...

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Chris Conte Is Fighting To Keep His Job

  The Chicago Bears have wrapped up the 2014 edition of training camp at Bourbonnais' Olivet Nazarene University. They now head back home before hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week Two of the preseason on Thursday night. Since defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in the unofficial opener last week, many of the Bears injured players have returned to the practice field. One player who is definitely bee ...

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