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  • On the Boylen anniversary, the Bulls close out the struggling Grizzlies late for the win

    CHICAGO – There were no grand celebrations or poignant tributes to the occasion, only a 48-minutes that pretty well represents the last year for the Bulls. They did what they had to do against a struggling opponent, had issues holding onto the lead to make everyone a little nervous, but their main scorer came through to bail them out in the end. There were a few positives, but the 106-99 victory over a six-win Grizzlies team will be kept in […]

  • DePaul continues great start with a memorable win over Texas Tech

    CHICAGO – It wasn’t a full house, the hosts weren’t ranked and the opponents weren’t either. Yet this night at Wintrust Arena is one that fans of DePaul could remember for a long time. There are moments where a program takes a step in their building towards success, and Wednesday night was certainly that for the Blue Demons, even if it is just December 4th. It was an exciting contest against defending national runner-up Texas Tech that comes on the […]

  • Cornerback Prince Amukamara doubtful to play as Bears face a talented Cowboys’ offense

    LAKE FOREST – While they’ve dealt with their share of challenges during the 2019 season, the secondary may be tested more than ever this Thursday night. That’s when the Bears welcome Dak Prescott and the Cowboys’ NFL-leading passing attack to Soldier Field for a critical contest for both team’s postseason hopes. Frankly, the Bears have to win to keep those slim chances alive, and the secondary most likely will take a hit before they even step on the field. #Bears […]

  • After a year at the helm, Bulls still looking for success under Jim Boylen

    CHICAGO – When he became the head coach of the Bulls on December 3, 2018, many weren’t sure what to expect out of their new leader. Jim Boylen had only been an assistant in the NBA, with his only head coaching experience coming at Utah from 2007-2011. He was replacing Fred Hoiberg, who was at the helm for the start of the team’s rebuild in 2017, but was given only 24 games with an injury-riddled team the next season. No […]

  • Former Cubs pitcher Cole Hamels signs with the Braves: Reports

    ATLANTA – It was expected that he wouldn’t find himself back on the north side of town in 2020, but it wasn’t guaranteed that Cole Hamels would be leaving Chicago. In need of veteran starting pitching, many figured that the White Sox would take a hard look at the left-hander to add to their rotation as they hope to compete for a playoff berth this season. Hamels even told Chuck Garfien of NBC Sports Chicago that the team had been […]

  • At 8-0, DePaul preps for their biggest game of the 2nd Dave Leitao era vs Texas Tech

    CHICAGO – To find the last time that they started a season this well, you have to go back to the 1980s, when games like this one for the program were much more common. But DePaul has a chance on Wednesday to create something similar to their past while also setting a course for a bright future that’s much-needed after a decade of struggle for the men’s basketball team. Dave Leitao’s team hosts national runner-up Texas Tech at Wintrust Arena […]

  • Jack M. Silverstein discusses a number of Bears & NFL topics on Sports Feed

    CHICAGO – In his years as an author and sports historian, Jack M. Silverstein has researched a number of topics when it comes to the Bears, then produced some memorable content for a number of outlets. But no story he’s done got as much national and worldwide attention on his once concerning the Bears’ 1936 throwback jerseys. In his research, Silverstein found that African-American players were not being signed by teams during this 12-year period.  It was something unknown when […]

  • #FeedonThis: Chicago Sports Exchange, free agent pitchers, and Jim Boylen

    CHICAGO – It wasn’t a heavy day of Bears talk on Sports Feed outside of the guest segements since the team is off before facing the Cowboys on Thursday night. But it’s not like we ignored the team as they were a major part of the “Chicago Sports Exchange” on Wednesday evening’s show. The idea of the team making the 2019 playoffs along with Mitchell Trubisky changing his position with the franchise the last month were topics that Jarrett Payton […]

  • Operation Santa kicks off in Chicago with letters from hopeful children in need

    CHICAGO — USPS’ annual Operation Santa program kicks off in Chicago. Operation Santa will hold an event Wednesday, Dec. 4, at the Cardiss Collins Facility, at 433 W. Harrison Street, on the first-floor lobby. The 107-year-old program was established by the Postal Service to help those in need during the holidays. The letters received are addressed to Santa Claus, and come from hopeful children and families. Letters to Santa can be addressed to: Santa Claus 123 Elf Road North Pole […]

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  • Man, 31, shot during robbery in Bronzeville

    CHICAGO — A 31-year-old man was shot during a robbery in the Bronzeville neighborhood. The incident happened around 10:30 p.m. Sunday near 40th and South Calumet. The man had just exited his vehicle when he was approached by two other men. One of the men was armed and demanded the victim’s possessions. The victim turned over his bag, and was shot in the neck. He was transported to the University of Chicago Medical Center in critical condition. No one is in […]

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