Tag Archives: Chicago’s Big Ten Team

What If? Out of Left Field

Inspired by Northwestern’s game at Wrigley Field, WNUR Sports Online Content Director Cameron Songer (@CameronSonger) imagines a world where college baseball is king in this week’s What If. June 22, 2029 OMAHA, Neb.- In the most-watched college baseball game in the history of the sport, the Northwestern Wildcats defeated the Texas Longhorns yesterday, 6-4, to claim the school’s second consecutive

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Joe’s Corner: Northwestern Not “Chicago’s Big Ten Team” Yet

WNUR Sports Director Joe Misulonas (@jmisulonas) lays out his argument for why Northwestern is not yet Chicago’s Big Ten Team, but does have the potential to be. Yesterday, Jim Sannes wrote in his NUmbers Guy column that Northwestern has finally become “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.” This was in response to the recent success of the Northwestern baseball game at Wrigley

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The NUmbers Guy: Northwestern Has Finally Become “Chicago’s Big Ten Team”

Former WNUR Sports Director Jim Sannes (@JimSannes) explains why Saturday’s Northwestern baseball game at Wrigley Field has cemented the university’s status as “Chicago’s Big Ten Team.” Note: Before you read this, Nick Medline (@NMedlineFOX) detailed the experience at Wrigley far more elegantly than I ever could – give his account a read by clicking here. This Sunday, I was lucky

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