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The Daily's Hot Reads For Friday: Second City Savvy

CHICAGO SIDE SPORTS' Tab Banford writes, "The Blackhawks are off to a record-setting start that has impressed everyone except Stephen A. Smith. While the players on the ice and coaches behind the bench are getting a lot of credit (rightfully so), general manager Stan Bowman should also get a tip of the cap" ( Also, a look at White Sox GM Rick Hahn's leadership style (CHICAGO SUN-TIMES).

YAHOO SPORTS' Dan Wetzel writes, "The Big East might no longer be the top basketball conference in the country … but it'll still be very good, even capable of being great. And, I believe, it will continue to stage the nation's best conference tournament and one of the great events on the sports calendar" ( Also, who will own Big East records, stats once the conference splits up? (HARTFORD COURANT)'s Eric Deggans writes of ESPN's ombudsman vacancy: "Here's hoping the self-proclaimed 'Worldwide Leader in Sports' continues to lead in the most important way, hiring a new ombudsman quickly to keep its ethical compass evolving on the right track" ( Also, ESPN looks to embrace cutting-edge statistical analysis, a.k.a. "Big Data" (

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