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  1. Lansing Ignite of USL League One has folded:
  2. Isn't it tradition though for the Bears to have a QB who can throw for 2,800 yards, 16 TD and 10 INT? Who was the last Bears QB to throw for 4,000 yards? Was it Eric Kramer? The QB is the last thing I think of when I think of Chicago Bears.
  3. Surprised they chose not to play at US Bank.
  4. Looks like Louisville City FC is getting themselves a Women's Soccer Team:
  5. Good to see all 12 North Texas SC fans celebrating a winning team.
  6. Kyle Allen looks to be the future there in Carolina. If he can develop further and you have McCaffrey continue to play like he will be scary for the rest of the league.
  7. Dan Issel is involved in trying to get an NBA expansion team to Louisville: I don't know about that. If Louisville ever becomes a major league city, I would think it will be when MLS decides to expand to 40. With Sacramento likely to be announced on Monday, Charlotte could be next if Tepper gets his ducks in a row. Now if Tepper does get his MLS team, will he be like Arthur Blank and have a winning and successful team that sells out every home game? Or will it be like Clark Hunt in FC Dallas, where nobody cares? I would think that Tepper will want to be more like Blank than Hunt in regards to MLS.
  8. I know when Dallas Mavericks founder Don Carter passed, people cried. Sure, the Mavericks sucked for most of his ownership, but he was credited for bringing an NBA team to Dallas and was even allowed to hold the Larry O'Brien Trophy in 2011 and got an NBA Championship ring as minority owner.
  9. When Brown passes away, is Katie Blackburn even going to keep the team? Is she going to be like the children of Ralph Wilson and sell the team? Or is she going to be like Amy Strunk of the Titans and keep the team and pass it on to her children in the future?
  10. I get the feeling that the NBA will be the last of the major leagues to expand to 32 and probably not until after a new CBA is signed and implemented but who knows, maybe they expand before MLB does because of the never ending sagas of the Oakland A's and Tampa Bay Rays stadium issues.