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High Expectations for the 2013 Wildcats

The 2013 Northwestern Wildcats have the potential to win their first Big 10 title since 2000. The Wildcats are coming off of only their third 10 win season in school history, and they are return almost all key contributors. The Wildcats are looking to build on their first bowl win in 64 years after defeating Mississippi State in the 2013 Gator Bowl. Heading into the 2013 season, Wildcats head coach Pat Fitz ...

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Bears vs. Titans Game Ball Accuses Bears of Assault, Kidnappings

NASHVILLE, TN – Chicago Bears defensive back Charles “Peanut” Tillman faces multiple charges of assault and accessory to kidnappings of a local NFL football on Sunday.  Brian Urlacher is also being charged for abducting the victim at the Bears vs. Titans game on November 4th in Nashville. The victim was two-year-old football Sebastian Wilson who told police he was “repeatedly punched in the face” by Tillman ...

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National Sports Weekly: National Sports Coverage

This is the first edition of ChiCitySports.com's weekly national sports coverage.  We will be covering sports around the United States and Canada, as well as the English Premier League.  In the off-season, relocation, CBA negotiations, trades, and free agency will be the major topics of focus, while in the regular season and playoffs coverage of players and teams that are hot or slumping will be preeminent. ...

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7 Intriguing 1st Round Prospects

The Bears will be on the clock with the 19th selection in just under 72 hours from now, and no one can really give a clear, nor definitive answer of whom Emery and crew are targeting. All we have are ideas. Lovie has met with several players and had dinner, or lunch with both Kendall Wright (Baylor) and Stephen Hill (Georgia Tech). But still things like this are commonplace in the scouting process, just bec ...

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Safety Solution? Looking at the Bears Apparent Interest in LaRon Landry

Just one of the players tied to the Chicago Bears recently has been Safety LaRon Landry. This news was broken by both Roto and ESPN Chicago reporter Michael C. Wright. On the surface that would seem like a really nice and good signing to go along with possibly Kamerion Wimbley, whom the Bears have also been reportedly interested in, if he were to be released. Now with the reported interested in linebacker D ...

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Careful What You Wish For, But Here’s to Hoping

I’m pretty sure we are familiar with the saying, “The Devil you know is better than the Devil you don’t.” Which most Bears fans would not agree is the case in the situation of Jerry Angelo being relieved of his duties around thirteen hours ago. Though it could be the very truth when it comes to the Chicago Bears franchise future. I know many fans were not fond of Jerry Angelo. But one has to look at the sit ...

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Moving On: Saying Good Bye to the 2011 Chicago Bears

Moving on is often hard to do, but in some cases it’s the best and most logical choice for the given situation. Which in the Bears’ case that is most certainly what is needed to be done. The season started out with aspirations of a Super Bowl berth, more over a possible Championship being brought back to the Windy City. Though four weeks ago almost to the day the city of Chicago and surrounding area heard t ...

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Chicago Bears’ Early Free Agency Moves Leaves Team Worse off Than Last Season

As everyone knows, the lockout ended earlier this week, jump starting a wave of signings, releases, and trades from almost every NFL in the league. I assume almost every NFL fan was excited to finally know and see the upcoming NFL season unfold, but my beloved  Bears have, so far, made it really difficult to seem optimistic about the upcoming season. The Bear's faults last season were very obvious and plain ...

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