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  • A look back at some of college football's most memorable early-season games

     
    With the start of the college football season now just a few days away, the National Football Foundation has put out a release flashing back to some of the more memorable early-season games over the years. Some of them fans will remember instantly, and...
  • Monday Morning Quarterback: Top 10 thoughts following hydrogen bombing of Bears

     
    In a rare departure from our usual Monday Morning Quarterback format, we're going this week with a list of the Top 10 thoughts following the Eagles' record-setting massacre of the Chicago Bears last night. The reasons are because there's just......
  • Trestman's big problem: Cutler isn't the only big problem

    Trestman's big problem: Cutler isn't the only big problem
    Is Marc Trestman the right guy to coach the Bears? Who knows? I mean, the Bears still don’t know if Emery is the right guy to be general manager, especially after the Bears retarded Emery’s plan by forcing him to keep Lovie Smith as coach....
  • Jimmy Johnson inducted into College Football Hall of Fame

    Jimmy Johnson inducted into College Football Hall of Fame
    Jimmy Johnson became the ninth Miami Hurricane inducted into in the College Football Hall of Fame at a ceremony in New York City on Tuesday night. Johnson began his career as a college assistant coach at Louisiana Tech in 1965 and earned his first...
  • Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011

    Chicago's top celebrity hangouts in 2011
    If any of us wondered if celebrities would still visit Chicago after “The Oprah Winfrey Show” ended in May, we now have our answer. Chicago is still a popular destination for film projects — which this year included “Man of...
  • Five Things We Learned about the NFL in Week 1

    Five Things We Learned about the NFL in Week 1
    Greeting, football fans. This week, we're taking our popular "Five Things" template we use to break down each Ravens game, and expanding to the rest of the NFL. Each week, we'll try to look at some of the trends and issues we noticed around the league. As...
  • Pit bulls' owner faces fines after attack on lakefront jogger

    Pit bulls' owner faces fines after attack on lakefront jogger
    The 57-year-old owner of the two pit bulls killed by Chicago police after they attacked a lakefront jogger on Monday has been ticketed for failing to restrain them and not having city dog licenses, authorities said. Jimmy Johnson, of the 7600 block of...
  • Brother of man attacked by dogs says owners 'must be held accountable'

    Brother of man attacked by dogs says owners 'must be held accountable'
    A day after a jogger was mauled by two pit bulls on South Shore Drive, his brother called for stiffer penalties for irresponsible dog owners. “They must be held accountable,” Gregory Finley said of dog owners that leave their pets unattended....
  • Dog owner faces fines for pit bull attack on jogger

    A day after a jogger was mauled by two pit bulls on South Shore Drive, his brother called for stiffer penalties for irresponsible dog owners. "They must be held accountable," Gregory Finley said of dog owners that leave their pets unattended. "These...
  • Wait, fans are mad that Angelo has the Forte situation right?

    Wait, fans are mad that Angelo has the Forte situation right?
    You know who wants the Bears to sign Matt Forte to a big-money, long-term contract? The Packers, that’s who. And the Lions and Vikings and, well, you get the idea. But Bears fans who want the team to fork over $40 million or $50 million for Forte...
  • Peninsula native Garner relishes home visit

    Ron Garner apologized for rambling, but the past several days on his native Peninsula practically overwhelmed him. As an assistant coach with national track and field power South Carolina, Garner reconnected with old friends and made recruiting contacts....