1. Palehose Pennant Push: White Sox Vs Twins Edition

    Everything was coming together perfectly, both teams tied, playing each other six times in the next week with a pennant race within grasp. I for one was confident that the White Sox could either sweep the series, or at least win two out of three...

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  2. NBA power rankings: How the Eastern Conference Matches up With Miami

    We are only 2 1/2 weeks into free agency, but the hierarchy of the Eastern Conference has already taken shape...

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  3. Depaul Coaching Search Trudges On

    Steve Lavin was hired yesterday to fill the coaching vacancy at St. John's University in New York,crossing yet another potential candidate for the Depaul job off the proverbial list...

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  4. Blue Demons Improving Under Webster

    Anybody walking out  of the Allstate Arena in Rosemont Illinois Saturday afternoon knew one thing for sure, there is something different about Depaul...

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  5. Chicago White Sox 2010 Preview Series: The Offense/Defense

    Last season,the White Sox were tied for last in the American League with a .258 batting average and were ranked fourth in baseball with 113 errors...

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  6. Chicago White Sox 2010 Season Preview Series:Bullpen

    Over the past two years, it has been shown that a baseball team is only as good as its bullpen. Even a team that has the best starting rotation in baseball, they could still not live up to potential because the bullpen is atrocious...

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  7. Chicago White Sox 2010 Season Preview Series: Starting Pitching Rotation

    A few weeks ago, Phil Rogers of the Chicago Tribune ranked Major-League Baseball's starting rotations. you may be wondering where the White Sox are ranked on this list, the answer is 12...

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  8. 2005 Redux?: An Early Look at The 2010 Chicago White Sox

    With SoxFest 2010 drawing to a close we are one step closer to the beginning of spring training in February. While it is a little bit early to make predictions on the season, the excitement of ...

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  9. Is Depaul Finally Ready To Commit To a Winning Men's Basketball Program?

    This picture has been a common sight on the Depaul basketball sidelines as Jerry Wainwright struggled in his bid to turn the Blue Demons into a competitive Big East team...

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  10. Blue Demon Buzz: Demons Looking To Continue Success

    Seven games into the 2009/2010 college basketball season, the Depaul blue Demons have established a new identity. This new identity revolves mostly around tough defense and a slowdown offense that takes opposing teams out of their elements...

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  11. Notre Dame: Is The Mystique Gone

    Bob Davie,Tyrone Willingham, and now Charlie Weis. The last three coaches at the University of Notre Dame has failed to bring the fighting Irish back to the promised land...

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  12. Midway Monday: Chicago Bears Versus Seattle Seahawks Edition

    Devin Hester: No 1 receiver ?  Devin Hester has always been the most electrifying player on the Bears roster. This is mainly due to his vision on the field as well as his ability to use his blinding speed to make players miss...

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  13. Midway Monday: Week Two Edition

    welcome to the first edition of Midway Monday, my weekly take on the Chicago Bears. As we all know, last week was not the debut that Bears fans or Jay Cutler had envisioned...

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  14. August stretch crucial for inconsistent White Sox.

    Two weeks ago, White Sox general manager Ken Williams shocked the baseball world by trading for Cy Young winner and All-Star Jake Peavy...

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  15. The Mark of perfection

    ssing history. Which is exactly what happened yesterday at US cellular Field. White Sox pitcher Mark Buehrle pitched the second perfect game in White Sox history as well as the 18th ...

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  16. White Sox Ranting: Week of June 7

    Today is the start of a new segment here in White Sox Nation. I always have a lot of opinions and things that I think need to be said about the team...

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  17. 2006 Chicago Bears: So Close Yet So Far

    Ask anyone in Chicago who their favorite Bears team of all time is, every last one of them will say "1985 of course". This is not limited to the people that actually remember this season or experienced it...

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  18. Bears Coaching Staff: A Well Oiled Machine

    For Chicago Bears fans there is only one coach; nobody will ever live up to Ditka status. Because of this, coaches are not usually well revered in the city, and there will never be anyone quite like Ditka...

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  19. White Sox win second straight series

    It wasn’t always pretty and it sure wasn’t consistent but the White Sox have one back-to-back series for the first time since early April when they took three out of four from the Tampa Bay Rays ...

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  20. 10 Questions for Devin Hester

    Over the past three seasons no player has been more exciting than Devin Hester. The Chicago Bears playmaker, who exploded out of the gates to help lead the Bears to the Super Bowl ...

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  21. Bears Playbook 2009: How Different Will it Be?

    The Bears trading for quarterback Jay Cutler was not only the best offseason move the Bears have ever made, it also may result in a big change in the way that the Bears offense traditionally runs...

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  22. Chicago White Sox: Off To A Bad Start

    The White Sox figured to have a little bit of trouble to start the season due to the fact that the back end of their rotation features two guys that are big question mark’s and a couple of young players taking on big roles...

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  23. NFC North Up for Grabs in 2009

    For the past two years, the NFC North has not been much to look at. The traditional black and blue division has lived up to its name with the winner of the division always finding a way to win ugly...

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  24. Chicago Bears Fill Holes on Both Sides of Ball

    When looking at a stadium's all-time record for all-time touchdowns thrown, you wouldn't expect a player from another team to be in the top five. Former Green Bay Packer Brett Favre is No...

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  25. Bobby Jenks to face MLB while White Sox continued to struggle

    The Texas Rangers have always seemed to have a problem with the White Sox batters. It seems that every year in every series that the two teams play against each other, White Sox players get hit...

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