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Bears - Packers Preview PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 22 September 2011 13:22

by Hannah Petrukovich

With the bitter taste of a loss still fresh in their mouths, the weekend where Chicago plays its biggest rival, the Green Bay Packers, come again.

But Sunday, September 25th is a new day at Soldier Field because the Bears playing ground is lined with newly laid sod. It's an old cliche, but on any given day anything can happen. It’s football!


In spite of statistics like Cutler having a sixty-two percent chance of throwing one interception this game; as compared to Aaron Rodgers passer rating of 99.

The Packers have a sixty-seven percent chance of winning according to the Accuscore.  Cutler also has been sacked eleven times through two games this season,  according to ESPNChicago.com.


The Bears can win this week in spite of injuries to Gabe Carimi, wide receiver Earl Bennett, and a beat up quarterback with a sore throat, Jay Cutler.

As said by defensive tackle, Anthony Adams, about Green Bay, “They do all the simple things well. I don’t think they ask their offensive line to do anything spectacular. They just go out, and they play the offense the way they want then to play it. Like I said they do a lot of repetitions of the smallest things and that’s what makes them so good.”  Even quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers thinks it’s anybody’s game. “The team that makes the least amount of mistakes is going to win,” he stated.


Whatever the Bears players lack in size, speed, and skill, they need to play with their intelligence. Each player has to be confident in their knowledge of the basic game of football, which they all have. Re-signing a very frustrated Matt Forte would be a positive for the Bears, being he was the only thing positive the offense had during the game against the Saints last Sunday.


If all else fails, the Bears could blatantly and simultaneously, fall to the ground in faked injuries, and then regroup.  Lets hope it does not have to come to that.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 September 2011 13:58
 
Home Improvement USA - 9/20/2011 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 09:01

with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal

United Marketing Force President Jon Sipe makes a return appearance, to discuss basement waterproofing and much more. Orban PC Product Manager John Schaab talks about advances in audio and video content delivery, and Greg Bruni from Sunsational Products tells how his product line saves energy on heating and cooling costs.

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Home Improvement USA - 9/13/11 PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 12 September 2011 14:30

with Dave Rusch and Steve Leventhal

On this week's program, John Drengenberg ("Mr. Safety") from Underwriter's Laboratories discusses safety in the home. Rebecca Fyffe from ABC Humane Wildlife joins us again, and Jon Sipe from United Marketing Force is in-studio with information on the home improvement industry.

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Last Updated on Sunday, 18 September 2011 11:51
 
Covering a PGA Tournament for the first time PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 19 September 2011 08:46

by Hannah Petrukovich

I am the type of sports fan that normally enjoys hard hits and fast moving plays. So when  asked if I would like to cover the 2011 BMW open at Cog Hill in Lemont IL,  I took the challenge in learning a sport that I never paid much attention to. The most I ever experienced of the sport was a driving range and a putt-putt course with a clown head at the end of it. So you can see this was way out of my element.


Saturday was the third round of a four round tournament. The players and spectators couldn’t have asked for a more perfect weather day to play.


Grabbing a favorite beverage, I proceeded to walk the course. There are two ways to watch a golf tournament.  One being, follow your favorite player from hole to hole supporting them through it all. The second, which seems to be the favorite among the spectators, is to camp out at one hole and then you get to see them all.
I began to follow Y.E. Yang, the 5’9” south Korean pro through the course. He finished the day at one under par. Moving from hole seventeen to the eighteen, I was able to watch as the top three players, Rose, Wilson, and Simpson finish their round. It was obvious the amount of skill and athleticism that is required to play the game of golf.


Each player has his own style in playing this game. Webb Simpson takes a long time to tee off, while Rose and Wilson appear to not think as much and just hit their shots.


At the end of the day, Rose finished two under par, Simpson finished two over par, and Wilson six over for the day.


When all is said and done I was glad I experienced this tournament at Cog Hill because this is the last year it will be played here.


There are so many positives to this sport - great family time, exercise, and beautiful surroundings. However, I am not quite ready to convert. Give me the hard hits and quick play of football or hockey.


For more information on the players and their standings you can visit www.pgatour.com.

Editor’s note: On Sunday, Rose won the tournament by two shots over John Senden.
 

Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2011 10:22
 
Weekend Sports Report - 9/10/11 PDF Print E-mail
Saturday, 10 September 2011 07:08

with Les Grobstein, Steve Leventhal, and Alison Moran

Packer Dave and John Polter check in from Toronto to talk NFL football and some baseball.  It's the first weekend of pro football, and we already had a surprisingly high scoring game in Green Bay.  We have the first NFL round table of the season, and talk about what's left of the pennant races in baseball.  Also everyone has their remembrances of 9/11 on the tenth anniversary of that tragic event.

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Dave

NO @ GB

NO

GB

GB

GB

ATL @ CHI

ATL

CHI

CHI

CHI

PHI @ STL

STL

PHI

PHI

PHI

DET @ TAM

DET

DET

DET

TAM

PIT @ BAL

PIT

BAL

BAL

PIT

INDY @ HOU

HOU

IND

HOU

HOU

MIN @ SD

SD

SD

SD

SD

7P DAL @ NYJ

NYJ

NYJ

NYJ

NYJ

MNF - NE @ MIA

NE

NE

NE

NE

OAK @ DEN

DEN

OAK

OAK

OAK

Last Updated on Saturday, 10 September 2011 13:02
 
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