June 23, 2013; Detroit, MI, USA; Boston Red Sox bench coach Torey Lovullo (17) takes the ball to relieve relief pitcher Andrew Miller (30) in the eighth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park. Detroit won 7-5. Mandatory Credit: Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Da Windy City: Morning Deep Dish 10/19/2013

Good morning Chicago Sports fans. After a discussion among staff members, the decision was made to change the name of our morning link dump to Morning Deep Dish. With that, lets get rolling with the links for this Saturday morning.

While the Chicago Cubs continue to deliberate who will be their next manager, the rest of the coaches from the Dale Sveum staff are currently in a waiting pattern. (Chicago Tribune)

The Indiana Pacers certainly have joined the elite status in the Eastern Conference of the NBA over the course of the past couple of seasons but Derrick Rose insists that the Bulls true rival is the Miami Heat. (ESPN Chicago)

The Chicago Bears passed on Darrell Bevell last off-season, now, the Seahawks offensive coordinator is destined to be a prime head coaching candidate at the end of the season. (NFL)

It is not nutty to think that Ozzie Guillen should interview for the Chicago Cubs managerial position. (Chicago Sun Times)

Hiring Brad Ausmus as their manager is the bold decision that the Cubs front office may need to make. (CSN Chicago)

Boston Red Sox bench coach Torey Lovullo is someone that the Chicago Cubs front office has their radar on to possibly be the team’s next manager. (CSN Chicago)

Despite the improvement, the Chicago Bears offense still has room to grow. (Chicago Bears)

Mike Olt is determined to win the starting third base job for the Chicago Cubs in 2014. (Chicago Cubs)

Former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith is watching games like a fan this NFL season while preparing for his next opportunity. (MMQB)

The Chicago Cubs do not have mascot, but in 1908, a giant squirrel was the mascot for the Cubs team that last won a World Series. (CBS Chicago)

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