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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A report suggests that Morin either wants to be a regular in the lineup or be traded.
A 59-0 thrashing of the Wisconsin Badgers proved that the Buckeyes are elite.
Success seems to be on the side of Patrick Kane, Brad Richards and Versteeg, a trio that looks as if it’s played together for years, not weeks.
“If you’re not self-motivated, you shouldn’t be doing this job,” Jared Allen says.
Too many egos and a lack of leadership has led to a lost season.
Sharp has been out a month with a lower-body injury.
Crawford suffered the injury off the ice.
The road trip was a piece of cake for Chicago, which finished with five wins and just one loss.
Brady Hoke was in the wrong place. A MAC success story wasn’t meant in Michigan.
“Everything feels solid,” Sharp says of his lower-body injury.
Illinois will retain football coach Tim Beckman, a team source confirmed.
A different scene took place two years ago at Ryan Field.
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.