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Why The Bears Won’t Suck

Why The Bears Won’t Suck

If you drive to Soldier Field they make you pay a toll For cripes sake they only won one lousy Super Bowl Still we wouldn't mind seeing Ditka run over by a truck 'Cause the Bears…Still…Suck Those are lyrics

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The Pros & Cons Of The Astros Trading For Justin Verlander

The Pros & Cons Of The Astros Trading For Justin Verlander (0)

The trade rumors are hot regarding Justin Verlander, with the Houston Astros as the primary suitor for the 34-year-old Detroit Tiger righthander. The consensus in baseball media is that Houston needs to acquire Verlander. I’m

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Is Penn State Football More Sizzle Than Steak?

Is Penn State Football More Sizzle Than Steak? (0)

Penn State football announced its return to the national elite last season, coming on strong after early losses to Pitt and Michigan. The Nittany Lions upset Ohio State, won the Big Ten Championship and played

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The Story Of The 1990 Boston Celtics

The Story Of The 1990 Boston Celtics (0)

The 1990 Boston Celtics entered the season in territory the franchise hadn’t experienced since the late 1970s—rebuilding mode. Larry Bird missed almost the entire 1989 season due to the back problems that would ultimately end

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USC Football Hype Is Out Of Control

USC Football Hype Is Out Of Control (0)

Expectations are soaring for USC football this season as they come off last year’s strong finish and Rose Bowl win. Sam Darnold is an early Heisman favorite and projected as the first overall pick in

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