While the national media pushes the narrative that Notre Dame doesn’t show up on the national stage, history proves otherwise.
Author: Brian Mischler
Fans have waited all season for the Cubs to flip the switch and run away with the division, but its not going to happen.
If you compare Heyward’s offensive numbers at leadoff to the two months prior, it’s a significant downward trend in production.
With largely the same roster as the 2016 World Series team, it’s frustrating to watch the Cubs consistently underachieve relative to their talent level.
Julian Okwara burst onto the college football scene last season and is a projected first round pick in the 2020 NFL draft.
Emerging starting wideout Michael Young breaks his collarbone, a big blow to the Irish.
Notre Dame basketball receives its first commitment in years with local talent JR Konieczny.
With arguably the best stuff in the Cubs’ bullpen, Tyler Chatwood deserves to see more high-leverage innings.
With the defensive need at middle infield and Almora consistently underperforming all season, a swapping him and Russell is warranted.
The Cubs are a completely different team away from Wrigley Field, and it doesn’t bode well for their playoff aspirations.