1. Paul Konerko Quietly Has Another MVP-Caliber Season for Chicago White Sox

    Paul Konerko quietly put together another MVP-caliber season for the Chicago White Sox . In 144 games (thus far), many of which were injury-plagued, Konerko hit .306 with 30 home runs and 103 RBI...

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  2. MLB Baseball: 5 Players Who Will Rebound in 2012

    This year, baseball fans have witnessed the emergence of Justin Verlander, Jacoby Ellsbury, Matt Kemp, and Clayton Kershaw as baseball superstars. Each legitimizing themselves among baseball's elite at their respective positions...

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  3. Northwestern Wildcat Football: Impact of Dan Persa Realized in Loss to Army

    Going into their game against the Army Black Knights, Northwestern was 2-0 with wins over Boston College and Eastern Illinois. All of this without their star quarterback Dan Persa...

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  4. Wisconsin Badgers Football: Russell Wilson Is Stellar Again

    After the first quarter ended at Soldier Field in Chicago, the Wisconsin Badgers led the Northern Illinois Wolfpack by a score of 14-7...

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  5. MLB Playoff Predictions: Can Detroit Tigers Win the American League?

    There are approximately a dozen games left in the MLB regular season. Playoff predictions are starting to come in and the Philadelphia Phillies are being touted as the favorite...

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  6. Chicago White Sox: Grading the Lineup's Performance

    After being slaughtered 18-2 by the Detroit Tigers on Sunday night, the Chicago White Sox 's hopes of making the postseason are nearly gone. It has been a tremendously disappointing season...

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  7. Wisconsin Football: Wilson, White and Ball Give Badgers Three-Headed Monster

    Last year, Wisconsin's offense was a force. The Badgers put up over 40 points per game, including three games in which they eclipsed 70. The biggest source of UW's offense was the ground game...

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  8. Predicting How the Divisions Will Look at Season's End

    There are about 45 games left in baseball's regular season. Most of the division races are yet to be determined...

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  9. Mark Buehrle: Keys to His Successful Season

    As always, Mark Buehrle is the ace of the Chicago White Sox pitching staff. He's 10-5 with a 3.06 ERA this season. Many baseball fans are puzzled by Buehrle's success...

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  10. Chicago White Sox: 5 Players Who Are Carrying the Team

    Every baseball fan knows about the struggles of Alex Rios and Adam Dunn. As a result, the White Sox are four games back. Furthermore, many White Sox players are putting together fine seasons, despite the sub par performance of the club...

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  11. Chicago White Sox: Is It Time to Throw in the Towel?

    The Chicago White Sox are one of the most inconsistent teams in Major League Baseball. They've shown flashes of brilliance in April and most recently on their five-game winning streak...

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  12. Big Ten Football: Predicting the Division Winners

    It's the first year of the "new" Big Ten: two brand new divisions and now Nebraska is in the mix. Will Nebraska be able to win the conference in its first year? Will Wisconsin defend ...

    Joe Watson Written by Joe Watson about 3 years ago 114 reads 8 comments

  13. Nashville Predators: The University of Wisconsin-Nashville?

    The Predators seem to have a hockey connection with the University of Wisconsin. The University Wisconsin is widely regarded as one of the elite college hockey programs in the country...

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  14. Minnesota Twins: 10 Best Players of the 2000's

    Since the turn of the century, the Minnesota Twins have been the perfect example of playing baseball the right way. The Twins never give up and play every game like it's their last...

    Joe Watson Written by Joe Watson about 3 years ago 1,901 reads 5 comments

  15. MLB: Top 5 Cy Young Candidates in Each League

    It's getting to that point in the season. Teams are starting to make their last few trades to solidify their rosters for a playoff run. It's also the time of awards predictions. The Cy Young award, is the highest individual honor a pitcher receives..

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  16. Big Ten Hockey: There Are Some Benefits from the New Conference

    College hockey is changing. There has been significant conference realignment and it looks like there will be more. The most notable change in the college hockey landscape was the formation of the Big Ten...

    Joe Watson Written by Joe Watson about 3 years ago 328 reads 2 comments

  17. NCAA Hockey: The Ultimate College Hockey Conference

    The college hockey fanbase has been rocked with the news of the formation of new conferences. The creation of the Big Ten and National College Hockey Conference have effectively destroyed the Western Collegiate Hockey Association...

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  18. Jake Peavy: The Key to Who Wins the AL Central Division

    Two years ago, White Sox general manager Kenny Williams acquired pitcher Jake Peavy from the San Diego Padres . The White Sox were hoping to see results similar to those during Peavy's days in San Diego...

    Joe Watson Written by Joe Watson about 3 years ago 279 reads 5 comments

  19. AL Central: 5 Pitchers Quietly Putting Together Excellent MLB Seasons

    The AL Central has had a few main headlines this season. First, what has happened to Adam Dunn? Second, the Cleveland Indians battling for the title? Third, Joe Mauer and Justin ...

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  20. Top 10 Chicago White Sox of the 2000's

    The 2000's have been kind to the Chicago White Sox . The White Sox ended their World Series drought with a championship in 2005...

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  21. MLB Trade Speculation: Could Jose Reyes Help the Chicago White Sox?

    Jose Reyes might be the biggest prize at this year's trade deadline. Many believe he will remain with the Mets . Some believe he might head to San Francisco or to Boston ...

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  22. Gordon Beckham: A Baseball Role Model for Youngsters

    Gordon Beckham has been struggling mightily for the Chicago White Sox this year. Beckham has played in 90 games for the Sox this year. In those 90 games, he's hitting .250 with seven home runs and 30 RBI...

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  23. College Hockey: WCHA's Five Best Coaches

    The WCHA is the best conference in college hockey. Sadly, it seems to be nearing the end of its life. The Big Ten will take Minnesota and Wisconsin while the National College Hockey ...

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  24. Cy Young Award: Could Los Angeles Be Home to Both Winners?

    We're just past the halfway point in the baseball season. End of the season award predictions are starting to surface. The Cy Young Award race looks to be especially interesting...

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  25. Paul Konerko: The Most Underrated Player of His Generation?

    For years, Chicago White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko has been terrorizing American League pitching. Consistently, Konerko has put up solid numbers, but it seems Konerko doesn't get the credit he deserves...

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