Nick Shepkowski is the associate producer of Spiegel and Mannelly Show on 670 The Score weekdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., and he heads the “research and development” part of the show. A fan of all four major sports, Nick follows the NFL, MLB, and college football closest and enjoys sharing his thoughts and research on all. You can follow him on Twitter @Shep670.
Each argument against hiring John Fox is dumber than the last.
If you’re hoping to compete for a Super Bowl, we can learn a lot from a coach’s first two years.
Some really good teams in the last decade have gotten stomped in Week 3 of the preseason.
The Brewers surprise, Trout dominates and there’s a Tanaka/Abreu battle for best AL rookie.
A Wilmington native, Tanner Roark took the long road to the majors.
Triple-A has worked wonders for some big prospects, but others prosper straight from Double-A.
Only four of the past 37 pitchers drafted in the top five have made the All-Star Game.
So long as home-field advantage is on the line, there should be nothing honorary about the game.
Seattle’s pass defense is no doubt stout, but can the Broncos find space?
Nick Shepkowski continues his week-long look at Super Bowl XLVIII.
By Nick Shepkowski- (CBS) With Super Bowl XLVIII now less than a week away, the McNeil and Spiegel Show will look at different stats throughout the week at that could be the difference in Sunday’s contest. Today […]
Who are the other stars in the Brady-Manning rivalry?
By now you’ve heard the names people are comparing Derrick Rose to.
Many believe/hope the Cubs compete for a playoff spot in 2015. With that actually being pretty unrealistic it’s the wrong time not to shop a soon to be 29 year old starting pitcher.
Who wins the Super Bowl? Which coach gets canned first? Who walks out with the MVP? All that and much more is explored here by The McNeil and Spiegel Show!
With baseball’s 49th annual first-year player draft beginning on Thursday night and the Cubs picking second overall, much hope on the North Side has gone to the Cubs drafting their future ace. Before you start to get too excited, Cubs fans, let me just give you a refresher that Major League Baseball has seen this before.
As I sit and type this out it feels like I’m back in the fall dissecting numbers to quantify Jay Cutler putting up a clunker of a performance in an important game. Except it’s not fall and the game isn’t being played outdoors.
Nate Robinson, who was battling the flu and seen vomiting on the Bulls bench finished with 18 points while playing 42 minutes. After a draining game for him, Robinson sat quietly at his locker before addressing the media:
“You just have got to muster up enough energy,” Robinson said, “no excuses”.
Ask two different locker rooms about the abuse and hard fouls the soon-to-be four time NBA MVP received on Wednesday night and you were bound to get two different responses.
Forget respectable, on a unseasonably cool evening in Chicago the Bulls cooled the Heat off and snapped the second longest winning streak the NBA has ever seen, in an environment that hasn’t been seen lately during home Bulls games.
“The atmosphere – the crowd was crazy into it and it was a competitive environment” Luol Deng said of Wednesday night’s setting at United Center.