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An Acceptable Madness

Posted by on Apr 3, 2019 in Heartland News, Sports | 0 comments

Most people are accustomed to keeping madness out of their personal lives, but with the madness that goes on in March, anything goes. March Madness never fails to excite the entire nation, and that excitement was at an all-time high this year as 68 teams entered the fray, and we now sit with only 16 remaining.

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Fight in the Valley

Posted by on Feb 28, 2019 in Heartland News, Sports | Comments Off on Fight in the Valley

By: Jake Fogal
The Missouri Valley Conference typically has been full of tough teams to send to the big tournament in March in recent years, and this year seems to be a tad different.

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NBA Midseason Review

Posted by on Feb 6, 2019 in Heartland News, Sports, Voices | 2 comments

The NBA has been quite a rollercoaster thus far into the regular season, with many storylines seeking attention. This article will touch base on the hottest attractions and events that have taken place through the first half of the season.

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Double Doink

Posted by on Jan 28, 2019 in Heartland News, Sports | 2 comments

First off, what an incredible season for the Chicago Bears as they surpassed anyone and everyone’s expectations set upon them. Before the 2018 season, the Bears were viewed as a team that would improve, but still holds the spot for last in the NFC North.

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A Rose Blossoming Again

Posted by on Nov 19, 2018 in Heartland News, Sports | Comments Off on A Rose Blossoming Again

Time seemed so much simpler back in the year 2011 with the Chicago Bulls running the Eastern Conference, led by young stud Derrick Rose. Rose who was drafted in 2008, got started early winning the Rookie of the Year award. Bulls fans had to be relieved at this time as the past couple seasons they were first-round exits, not to mention they missed the playoffs the year prior to drafting Rose. Building pieces around Rose like Joakim Noah, Luol Deng, and Taj Gibson, and also bringing in Carlos Boozer from the Utah Jazz made this team tough to beat for years to come.

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