Word on the Street: Cubs reunite with Old Style

Word on the Street: Cubs reunite with Old Style

Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011
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Cubs keep Old Style at Wrigley

The Cubs and Pabst Brewing Co. announced in a two-year deal that Old Style and Old Style Light will remain at Wrigley Field. (@CubsInsider)

Konerko back in the Sox lineup

After an 0-for-12 slump, Paul Konerko will return to the White Sox starting lineup tonight against Minnesota. He is 12-for-38 against Twins pitcher, Carl Pavano, knocking Gordan Beckham out of the lineup. Omar Vizquel will play at second base. (ChicagoTribune)

KHL devastating plane crash

43 are confirmed dead after a plane carrying Russias KHL Lokomotiv hockey team crashed this morning. Among those lost are former Blackhawks players, Alexander Karpovtsev and Igor Korolev. Other former NHL players killed in the crash included Pavol Demitra, Ruslan Salei, Josef Vasicek, Karel Rachunek and Karlis Skrastins. (CSNChicago, ChicagoTribune)

Injury keeps Barber sidelined

Marion Barber remains sidelined for the Bears as he recovers from a calf injury. He suffered the injury on Aug. 27 and has not returned to the field since then. If necessary, Kahlil Bell will fill in as backup behind Matt Forte. (ChicagoTribune)

Lockout causes change in NBA 2K12

Rookies will not be included on NBA 2K12 thanks to the lockout. Licensing rights prohibit the new players from being included on the original game, but 15 of the sports legends are featured. (ProBasketballTalk)

Flyers confirm 2012 Winter Classic

A letter to Flyers season ticket holders confirms the team will host the Rangers for the 2012 Winter Classic on Jan. 2. The exact location has not been released yet. (ProHockeyTalk)

Arkansas lured away from SEC

The Big 12 reached out to Arkansas in an attempt to focus their interests on returning to a Southwestern conference and out of the SEC. Jeff Long, UAs athletic director, immediately confirmed the Razorbacks will not be going anywhere. (CollegeFootballTalk)

Bears Talk Podcast: What should Bears do at quarterback?

Bears Talk Podcast: What should Bears do at quarterback?

On the latest edition of the Bears Talk Podcast, Chris Boden and John "Moon" Mullin discuss the Bears' quarterback situation.

The guys discuss the pitfalls of trading for a veteran, backup QB while also looking at some of the college players the team could be interested in.

[RELATED: Cautionary quarterback tales for Bears as playoffs move along]

Finally, Devin Hester is contemplating retirement. Is he worthy of the NFL Hall of Fame?

Listen to the Bears Talk Podcast below.

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Cubs visit White House as World Series champions

SportsTalk Live Podcast: Cubs visit White House as World Series champions

On the latest edition of the SportsTalk Live Podcast, David Kaplan is joined by David Haugh (Chicago Tribune) and Jason Goch (SB Nation Radio) to discuss the Cubs' visit to the White House.

The guys reflect on the historic day and Theo Epstein's speech. Then, the panel breaks down the Packers' impressive run and question whether it's okay for Bears fans to appreciate Aarond Rodgers and company.

Finally, are the Wild the Blackhawks' biggest threat come playoff time?

Listen to the SportsTalk Live podcast below.