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Springfield, IL, United States

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Past articles by Ryan:

The Cubs Need Jon Lester To Find The Magic One Last Time In 2020

Jon Lester had a beautiful 1.16 ERA in his first seven starts of the season, and he had allowed just one earned run over the previous month and a half. → Read More

6 Cubs Candidates For Their Final Rotation Spot

The team has already admitted that Tyler Chatwood has the early advantage, but there are still several rotation options for manager David Ross to choose from. → Read More

Why Faster Is Possible In Cloud Migration

Embracing the new wave of digital transformation is not always a quick process in cybersecurity. → Read More

Security Takes On New Meaning In The Hybrid Environment

Although a shared priority for both on-premise and cloud-focused teams, the conversation around how to secure critical assets in each environment can be quite different — beyond where data lives. → Read More

4 Common Cloud Misconfigurations And What To Do About Them

While the ability to quickly build servers and services in the cloud has its advantages, it also comes with some of the most significant security risks. → Read More

The Cardinals Can Blame Their Ice Cold Offense For 0-2 NLCS Deficit

If the playoffs were taking place in the Star Wars universe, the Cardinals hitters would be hanging upside-down in a cave on Hoth. → Read More

Did Major League Baseball Really Switch Out The Baseballs In October?

Marcell Ozuna crushed a ball to the outfield in Game 1 of the NLCS against the Washington Nationals, but it failed to carry out of the park. That's the smallest of small sample sizes, but the team's analytics suggest something has changed. → Read More

IT And Security Need To Start Playing Nice—Here’s How

Things used to be simple. Information technology (IT) and network operations focused on performance and availability while Security Operations (SecOps) worked to secure the business. → Read More

5 Cubs Prospects Who Could Make Their Major League Debut In 2019

The Chicago Cubs don't have the highest-rated farm system. But that doesn't mean the Cubs don't have some promising youngsters preparing to make their debut this upcoming season. Here is a list of five Cubs prospects who could be appearing in the majors in 2019. → Read More

Cubs Ownership Needs To Answer For Sudden Financial Restrictions

But between ownership's sudden vice-grip on the payroll and the rumors that the front office can't even afford a mid-level reliever or an extension for an existing player, the phrase “cut off your nose to spite your face” is becoming stunningly relevant in Chicago. → Read More

Wheel of Fortune ignores the poor White Sox

It has become a sad running joke that the Chicago White Sox are forgotten outside of its own south side neighborhood. ESPN casually neglected to list them among recent champions in the Windy City back in 2016, and now even “Wheel of Fortune” appears to have forgotten the White Sox. Poor White Sox, even Wheel […] → Read More

Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis has torn ACL

The worst fears of the New York Knicks were realized late on Tuesday, when an MRI confirmed that star forward Kristaps Porzingis had torn his ACL in his left knee. The injury came in the second quarter in their game against the Milwaukee Bucks, when Porzingis came down awkwardly following a dunk and had to […] → Read More

Kristaps Porzingis Exits With Scary Leg Injury

Potential bad news for the New York Knicks. Star forward Kristaps Porzingis threw down a dunk in the second quarter of their game against the Milwaukee Bucks, but came down awkwardly on his leg. Kristaps with the filthy dunk, lands and hurts his leg. Had to be helped off the court. pic.twitter.com/rjBWCkgjQv — The Knicks […] → Read More

Panthers put Marty Hurney on paid leave following allegations

The Carolina Panthers have placed interim general manager Marty Hurney on paid leave on Tuesday, following allegations of harassment made by his ex-wife. The NFL is investigating Jeanne Hurney’s claims of physical and emotional violence, per the personal conduct policy. The judge that heard the complaint refused to issue a restraining order, citing lack […] → Read More

Jason Kelce Channeled Inner Rocky Balboa In Epic Rant

Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce was really into the moment late Sunday night, letting loose and even making some Rocky Balboa references. According to this mashup, Kelce nailed it. This Jason Kelce/Rocky Balboa mashup is everything. Here's the full video if you missed what could be one of the all-time great post-game rants: pic.twitter.com/YPnRIJLOyi […] → Read More

James Harden makes triple-double history against Magic

Houston Rockets guard James Harden set a new career high in points on Tuesday night, dropping 60 on the Orlando Magic in a 114-107 victory. Harden played 46 minutes in the game, shooting 19-for-30 from the field and 17-for-18 from the free-throw line. He finished with over half of his team’s points. But that’s not […] → Read More

Rob Gronkowski Gives Update On Super Bowl Status

There had been some question as to whether New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski would be able to play in the Super Bowl, due to a lingering concussion issue. That question has been answered by Gronk himself. Gronk's response when asked if he'll play in the Super Bowl: pic.twitter.com/MpZlGaqY7V — ESPN (@espn) January 31, […] → Read More

Report | Kevin Love out several weeks with broken hand

It has been a bad few weeks for Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love, but he quite literally just added injury to insult. Love exited the Cavaliers’ game on Tuesday night against the Detroit Pistons in the first quarter after injuring his left hand, and X-rays revealed what they had feared: Love broke his hand. According […] → Read More

Doc Rivers Denies Rumors Of Clippers Firesale

Following the Los Angeles Clippers’ surprising trade of star forward Blake Griffin on Monday, head coach Doc Rivers has been adamant that his team isn’t going into a complete firesale. “We make this trade and then everyone thinks we’re just trading everybody away. That’s not true,” Rivers said via ESPN when addressing the Griffin trade […] → Read More

Nick Foles Unconcerned About Future Ahead Of Super Bowl

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is in an unusual situation. Originally drafted by the Eagles in 2012, Foles was their primary starting QB for three seasons before being traded away. After stops with the Rams and Chiefs, Foles returned to the Eagles as Carson Wentz’s backup in 2017. Now he’s about to start against Tom […] → Read More