Word on the street: Guillen ex-Sox manager?

Word on the street: Guillen ex-Sox manager?

Thursday Sept. 15, 2011
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Guillen Ex-Sox manager?

It has been reported that the chances of Ozzie Guillen returning to the White Soxfor the 2012 season is at 50 percent. Guillen has been linked with theMarlins for awhile now and the two sides may want to discuss a trade.(Hardball Talk)

Urlacher Returns

Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher returned to Chicago on Thursday after leaving town due to the death of his mother. Urlacher had been excused on Wednesday's practice because of the unfortunate event. The details of whether he would play the New Orleans Saints on Sunday were hazy. However, now that he's back it is expected that he will play.(Chicago Tribune)
Bad news Becker

Bad news for Fighting Illini senior fullback Zach Becker. It seems he is out for the rest of the season with a broken leg and ligament tear injuries. Becker was a walk on and played three games last year due to injuries. (CollegeFootball Talk)

Social media no-no

The NFL and the NHL are cracking down on their players' social media habits. The NHL has adapted a social media policy for 2011-2012 season along with the other leagues. The NHL's policy consists of not using Twitter, Facebook or any other social media websites before, during and after the game or during practice or team obligations. There is also a social media policy on game day for NBA and MLB.(ProHockey Talk)
Cog Hill evaluation by Mickelson

One again Phil Mickelson has let his opinion be known about architect Reese Jones' work. This time it is about Cog Hill's No. 4 course renovation. Mickelson implied that there are courses more suitable for men of his stature. He also jumps the gun and said, This will be the last year we play here . . . ." It turns out John Kaczkowski, president and chief executive officer of the Western Golf Association has a say in that decision and it is, Nothing has been decided for 2013." (FoxSports)

Notre Dame fan saved at Michigan game

Norte Dame fan Leo Staudacher had a heart attack during a game against Michigan last Saturday. Thanks to a near by fan who performed CPR, Staudacher survived and was able to watch the last two touchdowns from the ICU unit. "It was great to witness an amazing match-up between two old rivals," said Staudacher. It was a miracle ending to a magnificent game of 35-31 Michigan.(Chicago Tribune)

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Cubs trip to White House for World Series celebration Monday on CSN, stream

Cubs trip to White House for World Series celebration Monday on CSN, stream

The Cubs make their visit to the White House on Monday for their World Series celebration, and CSN will have you covered the entire way.

CSN will air and live stream the celebration, the official White House ceremony, featuring President Barack Obama, honoring the team’s first World Series title in 108 years.

CSN will deliver complete team on-air/online coverage of the event and up-to-the-second Twitter reports from Cubs beat reporter Kelly Crull (@Kelly_Crull) and CSNChicago.com’s Cubs Insider Patrick Mooney (@CSNMooney), which will include complete highlights from the day’s big D.C. celebration on SportsTalk Live at 5:30 p.m. and on In the Loop Prime at 10:00 p.m.

CSN will also provide viewers with a special, 30-minute "Cubs Visit the White House" recap special Monday night at 7:00 p.m., which will feature ceremony highlights, interviews with Cubs players/coaches/front office execs, and much more.