Tim Baffoe attended the University of Iowa before earning his degree from Governors State University and began blogging at The Score after winning the 2011 Pepsi Max Score Search. He enjoys writing things about stuff, but not so much stuff about things. When not writing for 670TheScore.com, Tim corrupts America’s youth as a high school English teacher and provides a great service to his South Side community delivering pizzas (please tip him and his colleagues well). You can follow Tim on Twitter @TimBaffoe, but please don’t follow him in real life. He grew up in Chicago’s Beverly neighborhood and currently lives in Mt. Greenwood.
It’s just another look-the-other-way example in the NFL.
With the long term in view, there’s no sensible argument for Bryant making the Cubs roster out of spring training.
Cutler’s back as quarterback? OK, let’s roll with it as best we can.
There’s more than one way to look at Rose’s “Who cares?” line.
Logic doesn’t apply to the try-hard, depleted Bulls. So just enjoy the show or whatever you want to call it.
Add up his entire baseball career, and Minoso is a Hall of Famer, writes Tim Baffoe.
There’s no longer the funereal feel of Tuesday night. There’s hope.
Everything is immediately bad right now. Really bad in Chicago sports.
The old Cubs have nothing to do with these new Cubs.
Consuming 2014 Bears film can be hazardous, but Pace set out to do it.
Adults need to quit living vicariously through their Little League World Series teams.
The NFL Draft sounds like a mini-Olympics, what with all the league’s demands.
Cutler has largely escaped criticism for failing to vaccinate his children.
If we’re going to ban defensive shifts, we might as well go wild.
Why, again, is Trestman a good choice as the Ravens offensive if his offense won’t be run?
He was a metronome of glass half full attitude that kept multiple generations of Cubs fans from completely losing it.
Gasol has found fulfillment on and off the court in Chicago.
There’s a different vibe around Halas Hall after Fox’s hiring as coach.
There’s nothing wrong with positivity and optimism.
Chicago’s defensive identity has been missing in action too often this season.