The Cubs were fighting for their season Tuesday night. They had not won the World Series since 1908, and another year was almost added to that count.
The disturbing details of Josh Brown’s history of domestic abuse only shows once again that the NFL only cares about making money. With enough evidence to ban Josh Brown from the league, nothing was done. This is unacceptable.
I’ve been a White Sox fan my whole life. However, it is undeniable that what we are seeing this year in the Cubs is nothing short of incredible.
After holding its opponents scoreless for 558 minutes, the Loyola men’s soccer team met its feat against Creighton University on Sept. 27. The Ramblers, who only allowed two goals on the season prior to the Tuesday night matchup, tolerated three Blue Jay goals.
Pat McCrory, governor of North Carolina, is upset business and corporations such as the NCAA are leaving the state after the passing of “anti-LGBT” legislation. My question to McCrory is if he honestly expected anything else to happen.
As the 2016-2017 NFL season begins, some of The Phoenix sports staff reveals its picks for this year’s division and Super Bowl winners.
In 1990 Loyola announced its mascot would be LU Wolf, departing from “Bo Rambler.” I question whether this move was necessary, given the history of the name “Rambler.”
The Chicago White Sox recently announced that U.S. Cellular field will be renamed Guaranteed Rate field next year, and the name soon became a national punchline. There is so much wrong with this decision, from the logo of the sponsor to the team itself.