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Cubs beat Dodgers for 3-2 lead in NLCS |

LOS ANGELES -- Since he took over as manager, Joe Maddon has downplayed the Cubs' long championship drought, ignored any talk about curses, and focused on the present. So, here's where the Cubs are today: One win away from their first World Series appearance since 1945 after an 8-4 victory over the Dodgers in Game 5 of the National League Championship Series on Thursday night. With the win, Chicago has a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven series.

"It'd be foolish for us to get ahead of ourselves, because any time you think like that, it never goes the way you want it to," the Cubs' Kris Bryant said, echoing his manager's mantra. "We'll be ready to go for Game 6."


2-Minute Drill: Iowa Hawkeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers | The Gazette

The Hawkeyes are 5-2 (3-1 Big Ten). No one can say exactly what they are or where they’re headed, even after seven games of evidence. Sometimes, this works and that doesn’t. How did this team get schemed and powered against North Dakota State? Iowa’s best win is at Minnesota and who knows what that means exactly.

And yet, Iowa will play No. 10 Wisconsin (4-2, 1-2) in what amounts to a Big Ten West Division tournament game. Yes, tournament game. B1G divisional play has made for a pseudo round robin in October/November. This season, Iowa, Wisconsin, Nebraska and Northwestern will play with divisional stakes.


10 thoughts on the Bears' 26-10 loss to the Packers - Chicago Tribune

10 thoughts after the Packers moved within one game of evening the all-time series with the Chicago Bears following a 26-10 victory Thursday night at Lambeau Field. The Bears now lead 94-93-6 and the last time the rivalry was tied was in 1933 during Franklin Roosevelt’s first term in the White House when things were even at 11-11-4.

1. “Maybe” was the reply I got when I asked someone with the club if quarterback Jay Cutler would be back in time to start against the Vikings on Oct. 31 at Soldier Field. I suppose the answer could have been bleaker but this season couldn’t be much gloomier at this point.

The Bears had their third quarterback injured since preseason as Brian Hoyer suffered a broken left arm in the second quarter when he was hit by Julius Peppers and Clay Matthews at the same time. Cutler, meanwhile, missed his fifth consecutive game with ligament damage in his right thumb. When I inquired about the injury and a window for recovery a couple weeks back, I was told that the range was pretty broad for the injury and assured the answer wasn’t the typical smoke and mirrors you’re getting from the team these days when it comes to anything medically related.


How much screen time is right for your kids?

From iPad screen time to hours of watching TV, children are consuming media from an early age. To keep up with fast-changing technology in the digital era, the American Academy of Pediatrics has released updated guidelines for digital media use by young children.

The recommendations vary by age group, and include the following advice:

0-5 years old

  • For children younger than 24 months, avoid any digital media use with the exception of video-chatting
  • For children 18 to 24 months of age, you can introduce digital media, but use it together with your child and avoid allowing the child to consume it alone
  • For children 2 to 5 years old, limit screen time to one hour per day of high-quality programming; watch with your children and help them understand what they are seeing how to apply it  
  • No screen time one hour before bedtime
  • Avoid using screen time as the only method to soothe the child (the concern is that the child might not develop the ability to regulate emotion on their own)
  • Avoid fast-paced programs or apps with distracting or violent content
  • Monitor children’s media content; test apps before using them and ask the child what he or she thinks about the app
  • Bedrooms, meal times and playtimes with parents should be screen-free for both parents and child