Raised in Bourbonnais, educated at the University of Illinois and bred on sports in the Windy City, Dave Wischnowsky is an award-winning Chicago-based journalist. Formerly a Metro reporter and blogger for the Chicago Tribune, Dave now writes the Wisch List, a weekly Chicago-centric syndicated newspaper column, in addition to his work for CBSChicago.com. You can read all of his columns at wischlist.com and follow him on Twitter at @wischlist. Dave and his wife live in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.
The Cubs need a couple power pitchers to reach their ultimate goal.
Bryant is as polished as Starlin Castro and Anthony Rizzo were when they made their debuts.
SEC coaches are crying foul as coaches from the North help coach (recruit) at camps down South.
The Cubs would be best served to buy out the contract with the rooftop owners.
Not since Michael and Scottie has anyone shown Chicago greatness like these Blackhawks.
John Groce suspended Darius Paul for an entire season, which was a proper move.
Rutgers just can’t get out of its own way.
If you add schools out East, you need to embrace the region. And the Big Ten has already.
In the money-driven culture of collegiate athletics, the Chicago market and continued gridiron success make NIU appealing.
Wisconsin has a most favorable 2014 conference schedule.
The frosty relationship will continue until Sammy Sosa tells the truth.
Fergie’s final masterpiece and a wild brawl will never fade from the memory.
It appears that the Cubs may have figured out a solution to their lack of a closer: Just never lead again.
By Dave Wischnowsky – (CBS) These days in college sports, it almost seems as if the game of fashion is more important than the actual games themselves. And when it comes to recruiting, it actually […]
Sadly, Derrick Rose is more Mark Prior than Michael Jordan nowadays in Chicago sports lore.
How many wins could quarterback Wes Lunt be worth? History has a hint.
There’s a growing sentiment that the Olympics are coming back to America in 2024.
The Big Ten has sent 18 teams to the Final Four in the last quarter century but has just one champion.
Should Duke’s Jabari Parker go pro? Should Kansas’ Joel Embiid? What about Kentucky’s Julius Randle, or any of the Wildcats’ other fab frosh?
It’s best for all if Tim Beckman just has a realistic view of his program.