Few college football head coaches have had more success than Ohio State's Urban Meyer.
And since 2000, it's been the Buckeyes who have sent more players to the NFL Draft than any other college program.
But what does Meyer think of the Bears' first-round pick?
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CSN's Pat Boyle asked the Ohio State head man about new Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky at the Golf.Give.Gala golf outing Monday in St. Charles.
"He's from Mentor, Ohio. He's from 15 minutes from my hometown," Meyer said of the former North Carolina Tar Heel. "We tried to recruit him. Very talented guy. Committed real early to North Carolina.
"He's only got that one year of playing, and I always worry about that going into the NFL. But as far as talent and quality kid, he's going to be great, it might take a minute."
Boyle also talked with Michigan head coach and former Bears quarterback Jim Harbaugh, asking the former NFL head coach about NFL veteran Mike Glennon, also new to the Bears' quarterback room. See what Harbaugh had to say in the video above.
The Chicago Fire are red-hot, so naturally they needed a mix to go with it.
The Men in Red won for the third straight game with a 1-0 road victory over D.C. United, picking up their first road win of the year in the process. They're picking up some steam in the same way DJ Step is with his newest mix, celerating the Fire's 20th season.
In his own words, the Fire's official music director created the song "for the love of the beautiful game & for a club and city I love. Celebrating the team's 20th season anniversary with love for the community that makes Chicago Soccer possible." It debuted at Toyota Park during the Fire's 4-1 win over the Seattle Sounders.
Check out the music video below.
DJ Step Presents - Chicago Fire Soccer 2017 Hot Mix from DJ STEP on Vimeo.
The Blackhawks shared their condolences after the passing of former defenseman Bill White on Monday.
"The Chicago Blackhawks organization extends its thoughts and heartfelt condolences to Bill White's family as we mourn his loss," the team's statement read. "He will be remembered as a leader, generous teammate and tough player to play against. His energetic style helped the Blackhawks see great success during his tenure with the team."
White spent seven seasons with the Blackhawks — part of a nine-year NHL career — scoring 30 goals and tallying 149 assists.
He appeared in six consecutive All-Star Games from 1969 to 1974 and helped the Blackhawks to the playoffs in all seven of his seasons in Chicago.
White also had a brief stint as the Blackhawks' head coach, manning the bench for the final 46 games of the 1976-77 season.