Theo Epstein, the 2016 Chicago Cubs, and the New Revolution of Baseball

By: Alec Messino When most people think of Theo Epstein and his seemingly feasible ability to piece together dynasty-destined teams, they imagine of a group of Paul DePodesta-esque quants, crowding around a conference table lined with supercomputers. They sit there — crunching numbers, running through data analysis, scanning over performance charts. Though he is a … More Theo Epstein, the 2016 Chicago Cubs, and the New Revolution of Baseball

The 2017 NCAA Tournament has Provided a Little More Madness than Usual

By Hank Duncan The first round of the 2017 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament had no buzzer beaters. There were no crazy upsets. Yes, there were close finishes, but nothing extraordinary. The best two finishes in the first round showed what happens when that buzzer beater doesn’t fall. The closest we came to one of those … More The 2017 NCAA Tournament has Provided a Little More Madness than Usual

The Madness of March – A Look back at 2011

By Ryan Wonsowicz Since our calendars have been permanently flipped from February to March, now is a great time to talk about one of the most popular sporting events in the world: the Division I Men’s Basketball NCAA Tournament, aka March Madness. Every year, millions of Americans slap down twenty bucks to join a bracket … More The Madness of March – A Look back at 2011

The Wade and Rondo Signings Will Culminate In a Disastrous Decade for the Bulls

The Bulls have been quite the roller coaster team.  Many thought they would be playing for a lottery pick when they lost Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah in the offseason.  That is, until they signed Chicago native Dwyane Wade and All-Star point guard Rajon Rondo.  Things seemed to look up for the team and many … More The Wade and Rondo Signings Will Culminate In a Disastrous Decade for the Bulls