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Chicago Bears 'Legends of the Fall' : Willie "The Wisp" Galimore

Of all the Chicago Bears greats over the last century, Willie “The Wisp” Galimore is one of the least known. But don’t be mistaken. Galimore played a prominent role and will forever be known by Bears super fans as the electric runner that led the Bears to eventually drafting Hall of Famer Gale Sayers. 554 more words

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Down and Distance Season 3 Ep 13: Frustrations of a Bears fan

Welcome to Down and Distance where we talk sports, life and music. We always convert! Jarrett Payton and Shaun Davis discuss the Chicago Bears inability to consistently build a winning team with only 5 playoff appearances since the firing of Mike Ditka. 65 more words


“The ones who want to achieve and win championships motivate themselves.”
Mike Ditka


The Cubs Are World Champions, and Chicago Sports Fans Are Spoiled

After 108 long years, the Chicago Cubs have ended their World Series drought in dramatic fashion. They went into the series against the Cleveland Indians with the longest active streak without a title in any sport. 312 more words


Mike Ditka, Lady Gaga, Joe Maddon, and John Vincent

John Vincent might go down in history as one of the Cubs National Anthem singers to hold the longest note. John got his recent singing star through his relationship with Mike Ditka as a weekly restaurant singer, but yesterday he sang the National Anthem for Game 4 of The World Series.  45 more words


Top Five@5 (10/27/16): The 5 Worst 7th Inning Stretch Renditions at Wrigley Field

Top Five@5 for Thursday, October 28th, 2016:

The worst 7th Inning Stretch renditions at Wrigley Field: Donald Trump doesn’t want to go back, Mr. T will murder the fool that roots for the home team, Scottie Pippen forgets the lyrics, Ozzie Osbourne mumbles his way through, and Mike Ditka sets a record. 50 more words

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I Hope the Cubs Lose the World Series

The Cubs and Indians face off today for the first game of the 2016 World Series.  I’m stoked for this series.  Obviously partly because of the Cubs drought.   362 more words