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Home Improvement USA - 11/15/11 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 15 November 2011 12:58

with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal

Ashton Ritchie from Scotts gives lawn and garden advice, and Bruce Pinsler from Galaxie Home Remodeling returns to discuss home projects and remodeling ideas. In our 3rd segment, Julianne Koenig of Jon-E-Vac talks about their effective toilet ventilation system.

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Weekend Sports Report - 11/12/11 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 12 November 2011 08:53

with Les Grobstein, Steve Leventhal, and Alison Moran

Everybody is talking about Penn State and we are no exception,  Should the game against Nebraska be played? What will Joe Paterno's legacy be? How does it compare to other college scandals?  Also, the weekly NFL roundtable with Bears-Lions and Packers-Vikes previews.  Lastly, a look at other college football games Saturday.

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Last Updated on Saturday, 12 November 2011 10:07
 
Home Improvement USA -11/8/11 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 November 2011 12:07

with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal

This week - Don Guzan (Da Plantman)  was back to answer questions and give advice, and then a Q and A with Mark Donovan from www.HomeAdditionPlus.com  out of New England. In our final segment, Kari Warberg-Block from Fresh Cab helped us eliminate rodent problems.
 
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In case you missed our previous show -Jeff Lynch from Lynch Construction talks remodeling and what to do when searching out a contractor. We cover home buying and selling with Brad Andersen and Scott Lackie from Griffith, Grant, & Lackie Real Estate Agency. In our third segment, Alan Schulman makes another appearance on the show to cover basement sump pumps. 
 
Last Updated on Wednesday, 09 November 2011 09:43
 
Bears DT Anthony Adams on Penn State PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 09 November 2011 12:59

Bears defensive lineman Anthony Adams met with members of the Chicago media today at Halas Hall and commented on the controversy surrounding former coordinator Jerry Sandusky and the future of coach Joe Paterno.  He was very candid in his thoughts, although he was unaware of any events that took place during his time there (1999-2002.)

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tags: Joe Paterno, Penn State, Jerry Sandusky

 
Bears at Eagles Preview PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 06 November 2011 20:14

by Hannah Petrukovich

The Chicago Bears will ride a two-game winning streak into Lincoln Financial Field this Monday where they are set to face unpredictable Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams have had interesting 2011 campaigns that have featured everything from bitter loses early, to genuine optimism over the last few weeks. One of these teams will win a third consecutive game at the others’ expense.

The Bears are coming off their bye week and have outscored the Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers a combined 63-28. Historically, the Bears have been very successful when it comes to putting their claws on Eagles quarterback Michael Vick. Vick as a starter has thrown for 187 yards with no touchdowns and three interceptions en route to a 0-3 mark. In five games versus Chicago Vick has been sacked a grand total of fifteen times.  “It’s real difficult for us because he creates a lot of time for their (receivers) to get open,” defensive lineman Anthony Adams said. “But we believe in our pass rush and our rush is going to get him and make it easy for us in the back seven. So we’re just got to stay in cover and believe in our pass rush. ”

Vick isn’t the only potent offensive weapon the Eagles posses on their roster. Running back LaSean McCoy has averaged the league high 107.7 yards per game and has scored at least one touchdown in every single outing. On the other hand, Chicago’s defense has limited the Vikings and Bucs to a total 83 rushing yards over the past two weeks. However McCoy has rushed for 152 yards and a touchdown in two games against Chicago in the past.

The Bears also have their own running back, Matt Forte, currently leading the league with 1,091 yards, making up over 40 percent of his team’s offensive yardage output. Needless to say, he’s feeling the pressure. “The running back position in the most physically demanding on the field,” Forte said Tuesday to the Chicago Sun-Times.

In order for the Bears to win, they will have to put their internal issues aside, and focus on taking a team down who is also a roll and has playing to get into playoff contention as well.

 
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