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Almost everything. Plus: Bulls Take Midterm: Blackhawks Slackhawks; The Cubs Are Still A Last-Place Team Until Further Notice; Blue Demons Down; Illinois Up; and Loyola Rambles On.
1:35: Josh McCown Is Available!
2:18: What Pundits Are Getting Wrong About JRW.
* Lower the stakes; no more ESPN.
* Coach Butler has a new gig.
* JRW poached city players, not just suburbanites.
* Forged and backdated map.
* Patrolling the pundits. In The [Thursday] Papers.
* Half the team.
* Screwed: Kids who lost their spots on JRW to ineligible players; kids from neighborhoods who had their best kids poached; kids on other teams who played by the rules.
* White sportswriters feel cheated.
* Race reversal.
* JRW is a longstanding powerhouse, not an underdog.
26:55: Bulls Take Midterm.
* They passed.
* The Gar Man.
* John Paxon has one job.
* The Snellycat.
Gar Forman spotted crying and hugging his Tony Snell Build-a-Bear.— jon greenberg (@jon_greenberg) February 13, 2015
* Eight days a week!
39:35: Blackhawks Slackhawks?
* Causes for concern.
48:16: The Cubs Are Still A Last-Place Team Until Further Notice.
* There is no credit for trying in baseball.
* No more excuses.
* San Diego market vs. Chicago market.
53:30: Blue Demons Down.
56:38: Illinois Up.
59:35: Loyola Rambles On.
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