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Those who knew Eddie Herbert loved him, and the Hall of Fame football coach knew everybody.
CHICAGO | The Monday Night Football matchup between the Bears and Cowboys had something for everyone, despite your team colors.
LAKE FOREST | With all respect to the late Johnny Carson and his Tonight Show sidekick Ed McMahon, how desperate are the Bears?
CHICAGO | The huge media crowd parted slowly as Bulls superstar Derrick Rose entered the United Center press room on white crutches Thursday.
You just knew Eddie Fierek couldn't stay away for long after resigning as Highland boys basketball coach in March of 2012.
When our elusive dreams seem far off in another galaxy, we eventually forget about it and move on.
LAKE FOREST | Marc Trestman's critics figured after he slept on the issue Sunday night, he'd change his mind and be almost apologetic the following day.
Chuck Hughes believes the 1955 Gary Roosevelt and Indianapolis Attucks basketball teams have been kicked aside like an old pair of shoes.
WHITING | Talk about your perfect situation.
John Pigatti says his players don't like him.
CHICAGO | For much of Sunday morning, between the threat of potential cloudbursts and damaging winds, the brave souls venturing into Soldier Field thought they had this one figured out.
CHICAGO | It's no secret the Bulls don't like the Pacers, who are a bit more selective in their loathing practices.
They may not tee off at The Masters Tournament, listen for their names at the NBA and WNBA drafts, or play Centre Court at Wimbledon.
CHICAGO | If you come across a crumpled up $5 bill on the curb, you don't walk on by expecting to find $10 on the next block.
MUNSTER | Nick Powell doesn't know what all the fuss is regarding his Eagle Scout approach to life.
Two time zones and 2,400 miles away from his Porter County home, Lloyd McClendon's region roots remain intact as the Seattle Mariners' new manager.
Lloyd McClendon will have his work cut out as the new manager of the Seattle Mariners.
It's not whether or not Green Bay will beat Chicago on "Monday Night Football," but by how much?
Need tickets for tonight's Bears-Packers game?
ST. JOHN | Most of them don't shave yet. They just got their driver's licenses. And if they were any younger, they'd be in daycare.
MERRILLVILLE | Imagine a hungry hawk scanning the countryside, then spotting a pigeon and plucking it from the air like fuzz off a sweater.
MERRILLVILLE | This was Aaron Rodgers against the Glen Park Pop Warner -- George Clooney auditioning for a high school play.
GARY | You gotta admire this Darius Mahome kid.
INDIANAPOLIS | Giddiness is reserved for children's birthdays and a hefty tax return.
INDIANAPOLIS | Super Bowl MVP Peyton Manning came "home" Sunday night and you would've thought the Beatles were the warmup act for the Rolling Stones at Lucas Oil Stadium.
MUNSTER | Aaron Brown's got a good thing going as the Munster boys cross country coach.
CHICAGO | All the "experts" figured the fading New York Giants had little chance of beating the Bears on Thursday night.
CHICAGO | At 5-foot-11 and 215 pounds, Pierre Thomas looks like a high school running back.
CHICAGO | Running back Pierre Thomas, receiving threat?
CHICAGO | When the Saints come marching into Soldier Field today, they plan to use the Bears for a welcome mat.
HAMMOND | No one has to tell Nick Anglin how lucky he is and that it's a miracle he's still with us.
LAKE FOREST | Mel Tucker admits the Bears are stingy.
HOBART TWP. | Malachi Sala and Alex Ballestas don't chalk the football field, do the laundry, drive the team bus and film the games.
HAMMOND | No lion tamer would dare enter the cage without his whip and chair.
LOWELL | Having an understudy is great if you're a Broadway actor or play in a symphony orchestra.
CHICAGO | Jay Cutler almost had one foot in the doghouse. He was so close, he could feel the fleas.
CHICAGO | Got to hand it to these Bears. They are their own worst critics, which you need during their many Maalox moments this early season.
MUNSTER | The Philadelphia Eagles can score at will when all systems are "go." Much like Andrean's football team.
CHICAGO | On the first play of the game, highly-regarded tight end Martellus Bennett was wide open for a Jay Cutler pass over the middle and dropped it.
Pitching for six different major league teams in his 18-year career, Dan Plesac's vast collection of trophies, plaques and medals had its own area code.
CHICAGO | Jay Cutler was sacked 38 times last season and spent as much time on the ground as Scott's Turf Builder.
CHICAGO | What weapons? What wide-open offense? Off-road vehicles run smoother than the Bears' offense did in the first half Sunday.
CHICAGO | The name tags and photo IDs have been tossed in the garbage. New Bears coach Marc Trestman finally has his 53-member "family" in place.
GRIFFITH | Don Howell created a monster at Hobart, and the Brickies still command attention whenever they take the field.
CROWN POINT | You see it in most movies about teenagers who change high schools and worry about "fitting in."
MERRILLVILLE | Whenever the region's top two locally-ranked football teams meet, the bleachers should be full, the press box crawling with media and the concessions selling out of everything.
MERRILLVILLE | Think of the possibilities that were missed.
CHICAGO | Jordan Palmer is not the Bears' starting quarterback, though you'd never know a guy fighting for the lowly No. 3 spot on the depth chart could be out of his skull with excitement.
EAST CHICAGO | This was not the start to the new season that Hammond had envisioned.
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