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Tribune staff reporterCollege Football Hall of Fame 111 S. St. Joseph St. South Bend, IN 46601 800-440-3263 Yearly attendance: 65,000 Link to sport: Location of college football powerhouse, the University of Notre Dame. Inductees: 924 Civic effort to found hall: Competing...
Tribune staff reporterMaybe there's something in the soil. Maybe there's a wrinkle in the Earth's gravitational fields. Maybe it's the roadway itself, somehow cosmically attractive. Whatever the reason, I-90, wending its 1,000-mile way between Chicago and Boston, traverses...
Tribune staff reporterIt wasn't just the way it happened or how it happened or where it happened. It was all of it. Beating the Packers. Winning one for Walter. Handing their most despised rivals their second humiliating loss in less than a week. It was so much to...
Latimes.comThe New England Patriots, still strangely underrated despite their successes and still short of great players, are approaching greatness as a team this year only because of the unique talents of two football men, their coach, Bill Belichick, and...
Sun StaffIt was only a 3-yard pass, hardly worth watching on a highlights film. John Unitas, the Colts' rookie quarterback, flipped the ball to his tight end, who fell into the end zone. The play averted a Baltimore shutout. It also provided a glimpse of a...
Tribune staff reportersTwenty years ago, the city of Chicago launched a mission never undertaken before by any major American community. It dispatched teams of architectural experts to examine every last one of the city's buildings -- nearly half a million. Their charge: To...
Tags: Family, Sports, House Building, Soccer, Dining and Drinking
NEW ORLEANS -- This is as good as it gets. The Bears won the Super Bowl 46-10 in an awesome display of football encompassing all the joy and fury of an awesome season. Their destruction of the New England Patriots was so complete it went beyond Super...
Tribune staff reporterThis is as good as it gets. The Bears won the Super Bowl 46-10 in an awesome display of football encompassing all the joy and fury of an awesome season. Their destruction of the New England Patriots was so complete it went beyond Super Bowl proportions...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears are in the Super Bowl. Cut it out and paste it up. Roll it around your tongue. Say it once, twice, as many times as it takes to wrap it around your mind. The Bears wrapped Eric Dickerson and the Los Angeles Rams around their big fingers Sunday...
Tribune staff reporterThe Bears thrilled the nation with their P-formation Monday night. William Perry turned the Green Bay Packer goal line into a launching pad for new football concepts, scoring the winning touchdown in a 23-7 victory that kept the Bears undefeated. The...
Tribune staff reporterWalter Payton could have been a great fighter, too. Fortunately for the Bears, he reminded everyone Sunday that it still takes great players to win football games. Payton`s 27-yard touchdown run with 10:31 to play beat the Green Bay Packers 16-10 and...
Tags: Basketball, Jim McMahon, Death, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers
Tribune staff reporterGreatness came to the Chicago Bears yesterday in the frigidity of Wrigley Field where the team of destiny gave the New York Giants all the best of the breaks and a thoro whipping to win the championship of the National Football league. The score was 14 to...
Tags: Death, Chicago Bears, Frank Gifford, Entertainment, Sports
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