Just over a month ago we saluted the unique day of September 29, 1998 as maybe having the widest impact of any release day in Hip-Hop’s history, but the most bang for one’s buck might have came on November 9, 1993 when A Tribe Called Quest released its heralded third album, “Midnight Marauders” and the Wu-Tang Clan released its classic debut “Enter The Wu-Tang: 36 Chambers.”
The dismissal of Joel Quenneville only 15 games into his 11th season at the helm of the Hawks was a clean rip away from one of the most historic runs in franchise history.
This achievement not only shows that you still can play at an elite level, Derrick, but highlights the important lesson of perseverance and patience for all, a life lesson that has always spoke to me from throughout my childhood through my schooling and as I endeavor on my young sports journalistic career.
In Trubisky the Bears have their most modern template for a franchise quarterback ever, a guy they can basically mold into their own to do the things that winners do in the NFL today. So what is there to make of this guy through a year and a half of play?
It was an amazing year to continue a coming of age with a culture that was doing pretty much the same thing… There was too much money to be made, too many more mountains to climb and folks in the game knew how little help would be offered from the society around them.
Sidney Brown covers the Chicago Blackhawks and the NHL for WARR
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