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In what might turn out to be the first game of Brett Favre's swan song season, Rex Grossman stole the show early and the Bears defense handed the gunslinger the first shutout of his career. Grossman came out firing after a shaky preseason, completing his...
Tags: Thomas Jones, Desmond Clark, Robbie Gould, Sports, Chicago Bears
Tribune staff reporterLast time he heard boos. This time, not so much. Rex Grossman led the Bears to a 34-7 thrashing of the Detroit Lions in the home opener Sunday by going 20-for-27 with 289 yards and four touchdowns. Tribune staff reporter John Mullin breaks down the...
Tribune staff reporterSoldier Field did not need a scoreboard Sunday. It needed an abacus. Video: Bears fans in 7th heaven over win Points were coming so fast at times in the first half that it appeared even some of the tailgaters outside were completing passes into the...
Sun reporterJohns Hopkins University administrators suspended the Sigma Chi fraternity yesterday after a weekend "Halloween in the Hood" party that included a skeleton pirate dangling from a rope noose. Black Student Union members protested the fraternity's actions,...
Tribune staff reporterMaybe it is all just about perception. The Bears scraped past one of the NFL's worst teams Sunday, defeating Detroit 26-21 when Lions receiver Mike Williams dropped a last-second pass in the end zone. They gave up 327 yards and lost a second-half lead to...
When they talk about things being bigger in Texas, apparently they did not mean the capacity to enjoy a good debate. After suggesting Thursday in print and online that Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo after eight starts more than Bears quarterback Rex...
Tribune staff reporterFirst quarter The Bears started uneasily, getting their hands on three New Orleans fumbles, recovering only two and netting just three points in the opening quarter. That was an ominous beginning in a sport that typically presents only so many golden...
Sun National StaffSecond in a series MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Sunday mornings, there is God. Sunday afternoons, guns. After sitting in the pews of their Lutheran church, the Montest family will load up their white Chevy Suburban with guns, ammo and safety gear, and head out...
Tags: Television, Toys, Hunting, Movies, Weaponry
By Greg Kot Tribune rock critic Three extraordinary bands, six measly bucks and one weekend for the members of Chicago's independent arts community to revel in music and trade war stories about life on the far side of the mainstream: It represented...
Tags: Festive Events, Arts and Culture, Death
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