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David Haugh

David Haugh is a North Judson, Ind., native who played football at Ball State University and graduated with a degree in journalism and political science. He earned a master’s from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. His first job was covering Notre Dame football at the South Bend Tribune, where he spent 10 years -- the last eight as sports columnist. He came to the Chicago Tribune in 2003 and spent two years as the Bears beat writer, two as an enterprise writer and three as the Bears columnist. Since 2009, he has written In the Wake of the News as the Tribune’s sports columnist. His wife, Allison, is a yoga instructor, and they have a son, Blair, and two dogs.
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