Hoops in the Heartland Begins Today
MOLINE, Ill. — March Madness returns to the Quad-Cities begins today through the weekend with the beginning of the Missouri Valley Conference women's basketball tournament at the iWireless Center.
Drake is the No. 1 seed of the tournament, and the Northern Iowa Panthers own the second seed…
Lancers claim crown
DES MOINES — North Scott Coach TJ Case admitted after losing to Marion in last year's regional final that the two teams should have played each other in the state tournament.
Case got his wish, and it was on the biggest stage in Class 4A...
Mallards Back Home This Weekend
MOLINE, Ill. — After being away on the longest road trip of the season, the Quad-City Mallards are back home tonight for a 3-game home stand.
Tonight's game (7:05 p.m.) is against Kalamazoo, and the last two games of the weekend series are against the Elmira Jackals...
World Series Trophy Visits Davenport on Monday
Another piece of baseball history is visiting the Quad-Cities next week.
The Chicago Cubs are doing a Midwest tour this winter of the 2016 World Series trophy. It is coming to Davenport on Monday.
In the post up above is an interview with Cubs EVP of Community Affairs Mike Lufrano with Zach James...
Iowa-Illinois men’s basketball preview
Tonight, two Big Ten teams play one another to try and keep above float in the conference standings. Here are a few game notes from both athletics communications departments leading up to the game at 8 p.m. on Big Ten Network.

Illinois is 12-8 overall, and 2-5 in conference play while Iowa is 11-9 ov…
Augustana men’s basketball off to good start
After defeating Wisconsin-Oshkosh 77-64 on Wednesday night, the Augustana College men's basketball team is off to a 5-1 start.
Its only loss came earlier in the week against NCAA Division III No. 9-ranked Washington University of St. Louis, 68-61...
Podcast: Bears, Packers, NFL Talk
We haven't talked too much NFL this season, because, well, there's not much locally to talk about with the Bears and Packers both playing under-.500 football.
The Bears have had several trip-ups this season, both off-the-field and on the gridiron that has allowed this season to fall downwar…

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