This Week’s Biggest Gainers
The legendary writer and American treasure passed away at 96. So long, Studs.
At press time, Senator Obama was up nearly eight points in the polls, on average.
The Bears ground attack against the Detroit Lions ended in victory, led by the running back’s 126 yards.
With the help of a tough Matt Forte and a resilient Rex Grossman, the Bears coach was spared an embarrassing loss to possibly the NFL’s worst team in the Detroit Lions.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
Though details were still sketchy at press time, rumor has it the Bears QB could be out a month with his ankle injury.
Vinny Del Negro
The Bulls coach took heat for his team’s poor play on the road, which saw the Bulls drop the first two games away from the UC.
B96 held a contest on Halloween to see who could be the first trick-or-treaters at the Bolingbrook man’s home; police were forced to intervene.
The Chicago police superintendent can’t catch a break; he drew criticism and allegations of misconduct after his passing remark that Obama is “hopefully going to be our next president.”
Sorry Bob, the Brewers wanted Macha. We still got your back, though.