Bobby Loesch is the assistant editor of the Chicago sports blog Tremendous Upside Potential, which has updated daily since 2007. He has also written for The Trentonian, The Beacon-News, Baseball Reflections and various other publications. He has covered college and high school football, men's and women's college basketball, tennis, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, field hockey, and, maybe most importantly, water polo. He is a graduate of Neuqua Valley High School and the University of Iowa. He lives in South Naperville. Follow him on Twitter @bobbystompy
College football is starting to do that thing where it renders itself irrelevant for about a month and a half. SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch ends the regular season and previews championship week.
After getting a glimmer of hope last week, SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch is appalled to see college football rear its ugly face all over again -- on and off the field.
SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch revisits Texas A&M's upset over Alabama and remembers why he fell in love with college football in the first place; he also discusses a bunch of random funny things.
SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch didn't enjoy last week's outcomes, but he's still holding out hope for a brighter tomorrow and comparing Tim Tebow to international tragedies.
With Notre Dame in the BCS Top 3, SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch previews the games affecting the 2012 BCS national title picture
Bobby Loesch and Joe Gems break down Bears vs. Panthers.
All eyes are on Norman as Notre Dame takes on the Sooners, but there are about three or four other super relevant games in a top heavy -- but terrific -- upcoming college football weekend.
SB Nation Chicago's look at the NBA's Western Conference continues with Bobby Loesch's preview of the San Antonio Spurs and Portland Trail Blazers.
SBN Chicago's College Football column, The Hybrid, is back, and Bobby Loesch is ready to discuss puppies, breast cancer awareness, Nick Saban, Oregon State, and so, so, so much more.