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Bruner’s Beat: What Tua Tagovailoa’s Injury Says About the NFL’s Safety Protocols

by Evan Bruner No sport in the United States has been able to maintain the popularity that football has. For decades, millions have dropped what they’re doing to watch collegiate or professional football. Football is an art, and when played the right way, it can be beautiful. But like art, ...

Well, We Still Have Kane…

by Zoie Morack Mentally preparing yourself for the upcoming Chicago Blackhawks season? Yeah, so am I. Between another coaching change, a new general manager, and the trades that broke our hearts this offseason, Hawks fans have a weary outlook on how this season will go. With the first game of ...

700: Pujols Joins The Club

The setting of #699 and #700 – Dodgers Stadium   by Sam Corbett On March 28th, future Hall-of-Famer Albert Pujols announced that 2022 would be his last season. He’d just signed a one-year deal worth $2.5M with St. Louis, reuniting with the Cardinals after 10 years away playing for both ...

How Worried Should We Be About the Bengals’ 0-2 Start?

by Evan Bruner The Cincinnati Bengals were the darlings of the 2021 NFL season. After drafting inside the top five in 2020 and 2021, the Bengals’ sudden resurgence into contention made for one of the most interesting storylines in all of football. The team was exciting, flashy, and incredibly successful. ...

Bruner’s Beat: How the Bears Could Upset the Packers

by Evan Bruner The rivalry between the Bears and Packers is one of the most storied in all of sports. However, it’s become a bit of a one-sided affair in recent years. The Bears haven’t defeated the Packers since 2018 and haven’t won at Lambeau since 2015. It appears the ...

The Bulls Are On Parade, Led By Verstappen

By Zach Belles 2022 is the year that Max Verstappen proves that his 2021 F1 Championship win wasn’t just based on human error alone. This form for him has continued throughout the only triple-header on the F1 calendar, easily dominating the Ferraris the whole way through.  First up was Belgium, ...

The NFL returned, and the champs looked sloppy

By Jack Grupka The reigning Super Bowl champs – the Los Angeles Rams – looked lost in their season opener Thursday night, a 34-10 blowout to the Buffalo Bills. The Rams were among a few teams in the preseason that were picked to win the Super Bowl this year, so ...

A new Bears season has plenty of questions

By Jack Spatara Things are heating up at Soldier Field. With the preseason now officially in the Bears’ rearview mirror and the front office actively working to finalize its 53-man roster after a late round of waiver claims, the Bears seem to be set to walk onto the field with ...

What’s Happening on the Southside?

By Sam Fretto The 2022 White Sox came into this season with the highest expectations they’ve had since 2006 and they’ve failed miserably. Their rebuild started in 2016, when they traded ace and potential Hall of Famer Chris Sale to the Red Sox in exchange for Yoan Moncada and Michael ...

Bruner’s Beat: What the Donovan Mitchell Trade Means for the Cavs

by Evan Bruner The NBA’s hectic offseason continued this week, as the Utah Jazz dealt 3x all-star Donovan Mitchell to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Lauri Markkanen, Ochai Agbaji, Collin Sexton, three unprotected first-round picks, and two pick swaps. While many expected the Jazz to trade Mitchell before the season began, ...

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