Chris Emma covers the college sports scene for CBSChicago.com, focusing on the Big Ten, Notre Dame and DePaul. He previously worked with Scout.com for five years and also has experience covering the professional sports scene in Chicago.
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The chorus of boos at the halftime whistle was much louder than the Bears’ play. Chicago trailed Tampa Bay 10-0 and should have been losing by more.
Mere moments before kickoff at Soldier Field, the emotions finally set in for Josh McCown.
Chicago is excited to prove itself against some of the West’s best on the road.
If the Wildcats continue placing team before self-interest, watch out.
Blackhawks center Brad Richards was honored in playing his 1,000th game Sunday.
Rookie Trevor van Riemsdyk will be out “a while,” coach Joel Quenneville says.
“For a young kid, the most unusual thing is how consistent he’s been,” Joel Quenneville says.
Also, Daniel Carcillo is expected to return Sunday against Dallas.
“Our game is getting closer to becoming complete,” Joel Quenneville says.
Also, Daniel Carcillo is nearing a return from injury.
“We’ve lost some tough games that we’re accustomed to winning,” Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville says.
“When you’re 3-5, there’s got to be a little desperation in there,” Aaron Rodgers says.
Green Bay doesn’t over-analyze leadership like Chicago does, and its approach works.
No college program in Chicago has made the NCAA Tournament since 2004.
Chicago is without a goal in its last 64 shots.
“It drives me,” Melvin Gordon says of seeing the other top running backs’ accomplishments.
Saturday figures to show how far the Spartans have come and how far the Wolverines have fallen.
Despite their loss to the defending national champs, the Irish are in good shape for a playoff bid.
“Adding New Jersey, New York, D.C., Baltimore, it’s obviously going to be great,” Maryland coach Mark Turgeon says.
How the Bears have gone 0-3 at their hostile home venue of Soldier Field remains a great mystery.