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CHICAGO | Paul Massat was too excited to notice icicles hanging from his chin or no feeling in both feet Monday night.
CHICAGO | Tony Snell's heard his share of "skinny" jokes growing up.
Enough of the bad news. Less clouds, more sun.
Munster's Harold Koenig, who still golfs and bowls, recently celebrated his 100th birthday.
LAKE FOREST | I'm often asked what's the toughest interview I've ever had to do.
GARY | Willie Merriweather should be a bitter man.
Willie Merriweather, 1955 Indianapolis Attucks
NBA legends Dick Barnett, left, and Oscar Robertson pose during Saturday's Lakeshore Classic at the Gary Genesis Center.
Gregg Popovich and his San Antonio Spurs are at it again, out of the chute like a rocket.
It's so easy to kick professional sports teams when they're down, and their athletes, too.
Valparaiso's Robbie Hummel plays professional basketball for the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Gary Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Chuck Hughes poses with Roosevelt's 1955 IHSAA state runnerup basketball trophy.
We must always open a window when talking about Purdue or Indiana football, two programs in dire need of Febreze.
CHICAGO | You can understand why pro athletes simply tolerate their fans, most of whom blow hot and cold, and can turn on them in an instant like a rabid dog.
CHICAGO | So this is how it's going to be.
CHICAGO | The Bulls have a world of worry to contend with and it's not the Derrick Rose daily injury report.
LAKE FOREST | The Bears season is coming apart like the cheap suit you wore on a date when a sleeve came off in the appetizer.
CHICAGO | Marc Trestman has been labeled a savior of sorts in hopefully bringing the Bears, particularly Jay Cutler, back to the NFL forefront.
In one corner of Soldier Field today will be Bears' injury-prone quarterback Jay Cutler, a tough guy often as delicate as a tea cup based on his history.
ST. JOHN | Most sports fans hate a defensive tug of war. They want offensive fireworks, exploding scoreboards, literally.
Munster senior Nick Powell, OLB/TE, 2013
There are many high-risk jobs that pay well but are life-threatening.
It's the worst fear of any high school coach.
LAKE FOREST | Strolling through the Bears locker room Saturday, the first thing I noticed was an echo. When you're losing, few players feel like talking to media.
State-bound Lake Central and its top seven runners include, back, from left: Zach Hupp, Tyler Kramer-Stephens, Brandon Long, Brian St. John. Front, from left: Daniel Gustas, Casey Garvey, Kameron Konopasek.
Merrillville senior Ryan Neal has 64 tackles and four interceptions for the 9-1 Pirates this season.
Merrillville senior safety Ryan Neal has 12 interceptions dating back to last season.
You can come in off that ledge now, Bears fans.
I remember the Soldier Field press box igniting during a Bears-Packers game, when a brutal special teams hit saw two writers give each other a high 5.
Kawann Short nailed it like a carpenter.
Bears football is like that guy at the end of the bar, holding court and sounding off like he knows it all.
It's a jungle out there in the NFL, a fight to the finish.
INDIANAPOLIS | Ryan Grigson has made the Colts relevant once again in this, just his second season as general manager.
HAMMOND | They move much slower now, though not by choice. Their hands and feet often betray them and the inability to focus frustrates them to no end.
Munster junior Ryan "Critter'' Kritzer, shown here in his trademark lime green socks, won individual titles at the Northwest Crossroads Conference meet and the Gavit Sectional.
Lew Wallace senior Darius Mahome has been doing it all for the Hornets this season by playing quarterback, running back, wide receiver and free safety.
This T-shirt worn by instructor Frank Rumoro shows the message being sent at the Hammond Boxing Club.
Homewood's Scott Giffney, 51, performs a drill where he repeatedly strikes the stack of tires with a bat to help strengthen his grip, "It's quite exerting," he said after a few whacks.
Pictured in front row, from left, are Homewood's Scott Giffney, Lansing's Mark Hajduch, Munster's Mike Fortener and instructor Frank Rumoro. All are battling Parkinson's. In the back row is Hammond Boxing Club manager Dennis Hardesty.
I can no longer watch the Cubs, who are as exciting as a flooded basement, but I can help team president Theo Epstein find his next manager.
Randy McCambridge is about to go where few of us dare, a land where danger lurks around every corner and the unexpected is a way of life.
Randy McCambridge, 2013
CHICAGO | Landon Cohen is that friend of a friend who can fix your leaky pipes for a third of the cost.
CHICAGO | It's not the red carpet at the Academy Awards, but a walk on the Soldier Field playing surface before 60,000 cheering fans is a joyous lifetime memory for most people.
From left, Chris LaVelle Jr., sister Allie and their father, Chris, pose in a Soldier Field tunnel after participating in Thursday night's pregame flag ceremony.
It's no wonder Carey Pinkowski has an office phone, a business cell phone and a personal cell phone.
Here we go again with another Brandon Marshall Watch.
CHICAGO | After most New Orleans Saints' victories, you'll find certain articles of clothing left on the field by opposing safeties.
Maybe hanging out with Hollywood tough guy Mark Wahlberg at the Berto Center last month rubbed off on the Bulls' Jimmy Butler.
Bishop Noll senior Nick Anglin is competing once again in cross country after recovering from an horrific "freak" accident Aug. 1.
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