The Bernstein Brief: Bulls' Odd Streak Rolls OnThe Bulls don't mess around on TNT Thursdays.
The Bernstein Brief: Rick Hahn's Sci-Fi SuperpowersObtaining three heralded pitching prospects in exchange for Adam Eaton was mastery from Hahn.
Bernstein: Remembering Rashaan SalaamDrafted by the Bears in 1995, Salaam was found dead Monday in Boulder, Colorado at age 42.
Bernstein: Cubs Fans Face New Offseason RealityThe Cubs are champions, and that changes everything.
The Bernstein Brief: Let's Just Think Leonard Floyd Might Be GoodFloyd now has seven sacks in nine games and is within striking distance of the franchise rookie record of 12.
The Bernstein Brief: Good For IndianaAthletic director Fred Glass acted swiftly in firing football coach Kevin Wilson, who didn't buy into concussion claims.
The Bernstein Brief: MLB Ends The StupidityFinally, baseball has done away with the All-Star Game deciding World Series home-field advantage.
Bernstein: Brian Kelly & A Tenuous Status QuoA dissatisfied bloc of trustees and boosters has become increasingly vocal as problems with the program have mounted.
The Bernstein Brief: Northwestern's Win A Good SignIt's the annual point at which we declare the Wildcats could finally earn an NCAA Tournament berth.
Bernstein: Not Much To Be Learned From These BearsLittle, if anything, that's occurring in these games is altering the proximity to the Bears winning a championship someday.
Bernstein: The Baseball Hall Of Fame’s ‘Jim Rice Problem’Examining a standard set by Baseball's Hall of Fame voting that isn't right.
The Bernstein Brief: NFL 'Winning' War On KickersKickers missed an NFL-record 12 PATs in Week 11.