We’re not talking about practice this time.
John Stewart, angered by Chicago’s response to the decision to declare One World Trade Center the tallest building in the U.S. over Willis Tower, said some unsavory things about Chicago’s famous deep dish pizza.
While doing an interview with WXBR 1460 AM, Ted Nugent had more than a few things to say about Stevie Wonder’s recent boycott of Florida over the George Zimmerman verdict, along with the number of homicides in Chicago.
Matt Mahanic take his golf very, very seriously, even if he’s only the coach of a small, Division-III school.
Passengers say the flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 2332 showed early signs of erratic behavior. CBS 2’s Mai Martinez reports.
Following his team’s loss to Stephen F. Austin on Wednesday, Lamar head coach Pat Knight spoke for almost eight minutes on how bad his team is.
Listen to a high school football coach’s over-the-line rant.
After the White Sox lost Tuesday night, manager Ozzie Guillen addressed the media and was not shy in pointing fingers as to why the Sox have been playing mediocre baseball lately.
Cubs manager Mike Quade was furious Monday night, after the team were pummeled 7-4 by the Cincinnati Reds. Meanwhile, outfielder Tyler Colvin is being sent off to the minor leagues.
Today marks the 28th anniversary of an obscenity-laden rant by then-Cubs manager Lee Elia, after misbehaving fans drove him to his breaking point.