May 30, 2020

Lynq Sports

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About Me

My name is Trent Pruitt and I started Lynq Sports. I’m from Chicago originally but migrated to Tempe to attend Arizona State for my business degree. I kept busy down there by playing rugby for the University, going to class, working for the Chicago White Sox at their AZ facility, and occasionally drinking beers with my fraternity brothers when I had downtime.

People ask me why I started this website and my answer is, “Well, I love sports, I love sports betting, and I love debating sports.” Sports betting is becoming legalized everywhere so we’re diving into the industry at an excellent time.

Below you can find any of my analysis & game previews, content about the White Sox, Bears, & Blackhawks, or just anything sports related that I want to throw up on the site.

Check me out on Twitter & Instagram at – @the_real_pruitt

Here’s the link to our Youtube channel

Email me at – if you have any questions, comments, or business inquiries!!

Enjoy my content and let’s make some money while you’re here!!

My Blogs:

By: Trent Pruitt (@the_real_pruitt) Alright, on to 2B, which is an interesting position because quite a few of these guys
By: Trent Pruitt Holy hell, morale is low with no sports going on right now. There’s a lot of different
By: CBB Staff What makes a team great? Is it the players? The coaches? Ability and talents? Maybe, but the
By: CBB Staff It’s already time for the Elite Eight? Yes, just like if the tournament were actually occurring, we’re
By: Trent Pruitt Last season our Cubs writer, Hector Duran and I made a spontaneous trip to Toronto to watch
By: Trent Pruitt With all of the downtime with no sports, I’ve decided to create my All-Time Chicago Baseball Roster
By: CBB Staff There are blue bloods aplenty in our Sweet 16, but with so many good teams, half have
I’ve heard a lot of hypotheticals for how the NHL will handle the end of the season and some of
By: CBB Staff A slew of upsets worked their way into the first round of our bracket as player of
By: CBB Staff With the 2019/2020 college basketball season cancelled due to a very serious and deadly viral outbreak, we’re