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Bobby Loesch


Chicago, IL (via Naperville, IL)

MEMBER SINCE   July 24, 2016

Bobby Loesch has written for SB Nation, ChicagoSide, The Trentonian, The Beacon-News, The Daily Iowan, Baseball Reflections, Tremendous Upside Potential, and various other publications. He has covered college and high school football, men's and women's college basketball, tennis, soccer, gymnastics, hockey, field hockey, and, maybe most importantly, water polo. He is a graduate of Neuqua Valley High School (IL) and the University of Iowa. He lives in Chicago, IL.


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Roger Federer doing anything.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Denard Robinson / Charles Woodson
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: All-Time: GRIII. Currently: Charles Matthews.
  • NFL TEAM: Chicago Bears/New England Patriots
  • NHL TEAM: Chicago Blackhawks
  • NBA TEAM: Chicago Bulls
  • MLB TEAM: Chicago White Sox
  • SOCCER TEAM: Chelsea

Recent Activity

Comment 13 Sep 2019

I was covering a HS football game in New Jersey that day, getting txt updates from friends on a flip phone. It was... not ideal.

Comment 01 Nov 2018

Yeah, but I was actually happy last week and chose to ignore things that may have been upsetting then.

Comment 01 Nov 2018

I agree with you that I'm wrong. I think the take is unabashedly wrong. I've just hit a point in my life where I don't care about SOS (unless it's Ohio State or Alabama because fuck them) and really think they got jobbed out of the Playoff last year.

Comment 01 Nov 2018

lol, the watermark!!!

/Michigan football salivates

Comment 01 Nov 2018

Saying Twitter is bad feels like saying people are bad. Well, yeah. But you can surround yourself with good ones that make life/the Internet a little more rosy. I love Instagram and think it's objectively the best social media app, but Twitter is absolutely my favorite. Reminds me of a quote a like: "Twitter is to fall in love with strangers, Facebook is to hate your lifelong friends."

Comment 01 Nov 2018

That Rose Bowl could actually be a fun re-watch solely to appreciate McCaffrey knowing that the outcome was in hand.