Should the Chicago Bears Draft a Quarterback?

Photo Credit: Keeping it Heel (featured image), CBS Sports (team logos) As the Chicago Bears prepare for their game on Saturday against the Washington Redskins, they sit at 3-11 on the season and in last place in the NFC North division. The Bears have 18 players on Injured Reserve and 15 of them are starters on both sides of the ball. As the season comes to a … Continue reading Should the Chicago Bears Draft a Quarterback?

Wolverine Weekly: Men’s Basketball Comes Up Short and the Fate of the Football Season Lies with Colorado

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report This week in Michigan sports saw the men’s basketball team host the unranked Virginia Tech Hokies. Both teams came into the contest at 5-1 and were looking for big time wins in the heat of the ACC-Big Ten challenge. Michigan got off to a hot start and did so by utilizing the tool they used in New York at the 2k Classic, … Continue reading Wolverine Weekly: Men’s Basketball Comes Up Short and the Fate of the Football Season Lies with Colorado

Adam Eaton’s Value to the White Sox 

Photo Credit: ESPN Today’s White Sox dish is a look at the speedy outfielder Adam Eaton, and what he has done since being acquired by the White Sox. Adam made his MLB debut in 2012 for the Arizona Diamondbacks. The White Sox signed him in 2014, and he has done great things ever since. Eaton is a guy that all teams want to have since his skill set is … Continue reading Adam Eaton’s Value to the White Sox 

Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

Photo Credit: Planned Property Management As the Chicago Cubs get even closer to their first World Series crown in 108 years, it made me feel the need to shed light on what makes a rivalry a rivalry, and weather or not the Chicago White Sox against the Cubs makes the cut. Here are some of the factors that go into that decision.   1) Location The teams … Continue reading Is White Sox vs. Cubs a Real Rivalry?

Former White Sox Player Soars in Postseason with Giants

Photo Credit: Daily Republic Conor Gillaspie is a familiar face to fans of the Chicago White Sox. He played 3rd base with the club from 2013 to 2015. Once he left, it was not thought much of by fans or analysts alike, but now with the San Francisco Giants, he is turning lots of heads this October. In two seasons with the White Sox, Gillaspie … Continue reading Former White Sox Player Soars in Postseason with Giants