Chris Emma covers much of the Chicago sports scene for 670 The Score and CBSChicago.com. He previously worked with Scout.com for five years and also currently covers Northwestern for 247Sports.com. A Geneva native, he now lives in the Lakeview neighrborhood.
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Ryan Pace was “thoughtful and decisive” in his hiring of new Bears coach John Fox.
Daniel Carcillo could be suspended for his hit on Winnipeg’s Mathieu Perreault on Friday.
John Fox has some historic marks in his coaching record.
Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook doesn’t garner the hockey admiration he deserves.
Tom Izzo has his Michigan State team improving on the fly.
Ryan Pace worked from intern to top football executive in just 14 years.
Pace can choose who he wants to keep and how to structure the football operation, Ted Phillips said.
As always, Twitter was full of insightful reactions.
The Blackhawks’ Kris Versteeg is expected to miss a month.
The Blackhawks have come to expect coach Joel Quenneville’s constant line juggling.
With conference play upon us, inconsistency has plagued the Big Ten.
“We just want him to play, play the right way,” coach Joel Quenneville says.
Kris Versteeg’s injury opens the door for the Blackhawks’ top prospect, Teuvo Teravainen.
The College Football Playoff got this right. Oregon and Ohio State are the game’s two best teams.
“We’re fed up with mediocrity,” Bears chairman George McCaskey said Monday.
“She’s pissed off,” George McCaskey said of mother Virginia. “We’re fed up with mediocrity.”
Bears players face an uncertain future amid the firings of team leadership.
Phil Emery spoke briefly after being fired as the Bears’ general manager.
The Bears’ firings caused quite a stir of reaction on Twitter.
Kentucky started it with a touchdown and extra point in the opening 90 seconds. The lead grew to 24-0 before UCLA could finally muster up a basket. Eventually, in the second half, the Wildcats led 46-10, bringing back memories of the ’85 Bears and Super Bowl XX.