This Week’s Biggest Gainers
One week to go and the good guy’s up in all major polls.
The Cubs third baseman was awarded the 2008 National League Hank Aaron Award.
Erich “Mancow” Mueller
The radio jock was tapped to host a new morning show on WLS-AM 890. For those of you who just groaned, we’re sorry.
The Cubs TV color commentator was interviewed by the Milwaukee Brewers for the team’s managerial position; rumor has it, he’s the top contender.
The linebacker from the 1985 Super Bowl-winning Bears—now head coach of the San Francisco 49ers—made Internet legend with last Sunday’s post-game rant that followed his team’s loss.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
First, he got criticized for his “It’s not my fault” reaction to the Burge indictment; then, it’s revealed Chicago tops New York City and Los Angeles in 2008 murders.
While not officially charged, the Chicago man is still be held in custody and is the prime suspect in the Jennifer Hudson-family slayings.
The Bulls guard dislocated his shoulder and is set to miss a significant portion of the season.
In a poll conducted by the Trib, the governor earned a dreadful thirteen-percent approval rating.
Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management Students
Students hold a party at Field Museum, get drunk, vomit on the floor, spit at others and reportedly launch projectiles at Sue herself. Grow up.