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Dennis Tarwood is a writer for SB Nation Chicago. He has written under his own name or the moniker "Tuffy" for Deadspin, SportsbyBROOKS, Yahoo! Sports, SB Nation, SLAM Online, Gizmodo, Blogcritics, Technorati, and so on.

The NFL Has Started Selling 9/11 And We're All Buying

The NFL co-opted a nation's pain Sunday. We couldn't have been more relieved.

What You Need To Know About Jim Hendry's Departure

A quick look at the former Cubs general manager and what's next

Cubs Are Misunderstood Trendsetters

As a Chicago restaurant mimics the Chicago Cubs, we consider how the rest of the city can learn from the Cubs' example. We're just as successful at it as the Cubs.

Cubs Are Misunderstood Trendsetters

As a Chicago restaurant mimics the Chicago Cubs, we consider how the rest of the city can learn from the Cubs' example.

Finally, Illinois Can Guarantee A Baseball Champion

Tired of all the losing, Cubs and White Sox fans? Proposing the Lincoln Cup: a yearly tournament to crown Illinois' baseball best.

What Do You Love About The Soldier Field Experience, Bears Fans?

The NFL lockout's over, leaving one SBN Chicago correspondent dreading another drive to Soldier Field. Teach him how to learn to love the Toilet Bowl.

What To Do Now That The Hall Of Fame Game's Been Canceled

What should you do with your time now that the Hall of Fame Game's been canceled? SBN Chicago has a few suggestions.

Costner's Fielders Ripped By Own Announcer As He Quits On-Air

Kevin Costner's Lake County Fielders baseball team continues to crumble. Now their announcer quits on the radio with a withering rant.

Kevin Costner's Fielders Lost At Sea In Zion

The Lake County Fielders struggle to meet payroll with not a single McCourt in sight. Will putative owner Kevin Costner offer a storybook movie ending?

Where Did All The All-Stars Go?

SB Nation Chicago totally blows the cover off the super-triple-secret boycott by MLB players tonight at the All-Star Game which totally doesn't involve the boring degradation of the All-Star Game. No, really.