Hoge: A Newfound Respect For CurlingAdam Hoge and Connor McKnight have a newfound respect for the niche sport played in the Olympics.
McKnight: Konerko Undecided On Retirement, For Now
McKnight: Morel Carries Positive Attitude Through Demotion Third baseman Brent Morel was among the latest roster cuts for the White Sox Tuesday. Morel saw regular at-bats toward the end of 2011 and at the start of 2012 but back issues forced him to miss 127 games last season.
McKnight: Danks Will Wait For VelocityJohn Danks doesn’t have the velocity he wants. He’s still not able to reach back and ask for the heat he’s used to. Worse, he’s not sure when his strength will return.
McKnight: Crain Vows He's Getting Closer To Returning With just 18 days left in spring training, White Sox reliever Jesse Crain promises he’s close to returning to action.
McKnight: Sale Did His Homework Before Negotiating With White SoxSale and his team had prepped what he wanted—what he though he was worth—and fought for it. What’s more, he went to his GM to clear the air.
NCAA Selection Chair: 'No Momentum Whatsoever' For Tournament ExpansionThe pool is currently at 68 teams and as Bobinski told 670 The Score's Connor McKnight and Adam Hoge Saturday, that's where it will stay.
Week 10 College Football Roundtable & Predictions670 The Score's College Football Roundtable was back this week and the boys made their predictions for Saturday's slate of games.
Week 4 College Football PredictionsThere are some tough calls this week as Joe, Connor McKnight, Adam Hoge and Herb Lawrence make their predictions.
Week 2 College Football Roundtable And PredictionsConnor McKnight, Joe Ostrowski, Adam Hoge and Herb Lawrence are back for their second college football roundtable of the season.
LISTEN: College Football Roundtableith the college football season kicking off Thursday night, 670 The Score's college football experts got together to preview the 2012 season.
McKnight: Maholm Falters In Wrigley DebutWhether it was walking the leadoff man, allowing the Brewers to bat around in the first inning or hitting a pair of batters, it might be better to forget this one.