1. Jerry Angelo Looks To Complete 2005 Dream Team in Chicago (Satire)

    Jerry Angelo is at again this season, adding another piece to a franchise that seems to be just a few years late. Cato June became the newest member of the Chicago Bears on Tuesday...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 4 years ago 319 reads 3 comments

  2. The 5 Free Agents I Want In Red Sox Nation

    I remember being about five or six years old and writing a letter to Santa every year around Thanksgiving. I would grab a sheet of the paper with the HUGE lines, and write a list as long as ...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 745 reads 3 comments

  3. Not Fooled: BCS Dream Still Not Ideal

    Ever since 1998—or 1999, for the perfectionists—fans all over the country have loathed the way the national championship was decided...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 102 reads 0 comments

  4. Chris Johnson Stays Underrated Despite Another 150 Yard Performance

    In 1997, Barry Sanders, arguably the greatest running back of all time, rushed for 150-plus yards five times through 16 games...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 598 reads 5 comments

  5. Satire: Jay Cutler Intercepted On Drive Home

    It was an abysmal night for Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears, suffering a 24-20 heart breaker against the Philadelphia Eagles. Cutler threw yet another game ending pick while the Bears offense was driving the field...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 497 reads 1 comments

  6. The Seven Athletes I'm Tired of Hearing About

    It's a weird number, but who cares, because you KNOW Chad Ochocinco is making the list (even if he is awesome). I heard a story today about a famous athlete getting into trouble yet again for the fact that he got into yet another scuffle...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  7. Will Jay Cutler's Honeymoon Ever End? Bears QB Carries Equal Blame

    I want to start out with one clarification: Jay Cutler is a good, young quarterback and better suited to lead the Chicago Bears to victory. I don't think these Bears would have a better record with Kyle Orton under center...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 235 reads 0 comments

  8. Back To the Future: The Andy Pettitte-Pedro Martinez Showdown

    Andy Pettitte and Pedro Martinez will face each other to decide if the World Series will go to seven games. Brett Favre is coming off a four touchdown performance. Miami (FL) is in the Top 25 and making noise on a national level...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about almost 5 years ago 222 reads 2 comments

  9. Quite a Gamble: Keep Pete Rose Out of the Hall

    As much as you or anyone else might scratch their head as to why I'm writing this, it just so happens to be the 20th anniversary of the day Pete Rose was handed a lifetime ban from Major League Baseball...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 197 reads 6 comments

  10. Retire The Notion: Vikings Better Off With Favre

    I'm going to take my shots at Brett Favre, and they might be a little unfair, but you'll get over it. I'm going to give the "old man" a little opinionated analysis on how he'll fit in with the Minnesota Vikings...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 299 reads 9 comments

  11. End of an Error: John Smoltz Officially Released

    I wasn't the least bit surprised that as I was searching for a photograph of John Smoltz, there were two or three of him handing the ball to Terry Francona. That's the kind of season he had in Boston—one you'd like to soon forget...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 212 reads 1 comments

  12. Sweat the Small Stuff: Cubs Excitement More Than Warranted

    I woke up this morning to find out that the Chicago Cubs had crawled into first place after looking up at the St. Louis Cardinals from two games back only a week ago. I couldn't believe how high the excitement was...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 182 reads 4 comments

  13. Outsiders Insider: Root For The Other Guy... Just This Once

    The standings? Chicago White Sox: 5 1/2 games back of the first place Detroit Tigers, with the Minnesota Twins in the way. Chicago Cubs: 2 1/2 games back of the first place Milwaukee Brewers, with the St...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 62 reads 5 comments

  14. Sore Live The King: LeBron Is Setting A Poor Example

    Professional athletes shouldn't be the role model in a child's life. At least not when it comes to sportsmanship. When an athlete acts in a way that would have embarrassed many of the 12-year-olds I umpired for, there needs to be something said...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about 5 years ago 188 reads 0 comments

  15. Big No More: Is The Swagger Gone?

    Through 154 at-bats, David Ortiz has as many triples as he does home runs. Uno, one, un, or uno again. Ortiz hasn't been big thus far in the 2009 Boston Red Sox campaign, and since it's officially ...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 67 reads 2 comments

  16. The Ballhawking Hobby: Is It Fair to Sell Back a Milestone Ball?

    I will start with the recent news that Chris Coghlan of the Florida Marlins might not be so happy he hit his first home run. He has had a run in with a self-proclaimed ball hawker Nick Yohanek...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 504 reads 4 comments

  17. A-Rod Looks To Give Yankees Shot in The Arm

    Get the headline? I know, I'm hilarious. As for the idea that Alex Rodriguez could turn the Yankees season around, as a Red Sox fan, it's no laughing matter...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 102 reads 1 comments

  18. Back in the Swing of Things

    Welcome back baseball season. Officially. I'm not saying that the first month of the season isn't exciting or incredible. I'm just saying it's much nicer when the super casual fans start to dissipate...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 59 reads 0 comments

  19. Brett Favre Unretires To Announce Retirement (Satire)

    It officially happened, according to several unnamed sources. Brett Favre is back. Or at least he was. According to Person X, Favre signed a deal with the Vikings, and upon crossing ...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 436 reads 2 comments

  20. Chicago's Top Five Sports Radio Personalities

    Chicago fans are a rare breed. They have a civil war in the summer and put their differences aside every Autumn as they bear down and prepare for the arduous 16 game schedule ahead...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 14,638 reads 2 comments

  21. Outsiders Insider: Best Baseball Fans in Chicago

    Alright. I'm sick of the talk back and forth from south siders living on the north side to north siders riding from Addison to 35th...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 196 reads 2 comments

  22. Delivery Men: New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox Rivalry Games Entertain

    So many people complain about the coverage given to Tiger Woods at a golf outing, but there's a reason he is placed at the front of the television coverage. He makes people watch. But that's not what I want to talk about...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 83 reads 3 comments

  23. For The Dogs: Michael Vick's Bailout Plan Rejected

    I can understand that Michael Vick wants to play football again. I can understand that someone in the NFL will take the chance. What I don't understand is why he thinks that it's plausible to play for 10 more years in the NFL...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 132 reads 1 comments

  24. Be Careful What You Wish For: Jay Cutler Lands in Chicago

    It's said that he is actually a really good teammate. It's been said that he is actually a nice guy. It's been said that he stands up for his beliefs, then again, he apparently believes it's ...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 452 reads 14 comments

  25. Call For the College Basketball Upset: Cinderella Comes Before My Bracket

    I'm the one cheering when everyone else is groaning. I'm the one screaming "No!" while the rest of the country is rejoicing. I'm the one cheering for 16 seeds to upset the No. 1's...

    Joe Huber Written by Joe Huber about over 5 years ago 160 reads 1 comments