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
SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch lauds West Virginia's offensive opus, harps on Michigan State, and tells you why it's probably a perfect time to start hating Alabama head coach Nick Saban.
What do yoottom out as a college football fan? You hate on the Big Ten and try to push forward.The Hybrid: Bashing the Big Ten, being sad
Week 4 of SBN Chicago's Official College Football Column is here. In this edition, Bobby Loesch breaks down the Clemson/Florida State Game of the Week and discusses Michigan-Notre Dame, Alabama (or suck thereof), and some scantily clad dudes.
SBN Chicago's Official College Football Column "The Hybrid" is Back. This week? MSU-Notre Dame, bad tattoos, funny t-shirts, and hot chix. Well, one.
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Michigan bursts, Michigan State's the worst, Oregon scores, South Carolina bores. All that -- and more -- in Week 2 of SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch's college football column, The Hybrid.
SBN Chicago's Bobby Loesch previews Week 1 of the college football season.
The Chicago Bulls have never payed the luxury tax. This was probably the off-season to do so.