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  • Review: 'Football' edited by John Schulian

    Review: 'Football' edited by John Schulian
    There was never a question, for those who read the sports pages of the bygone Chicago Daily News or the Chicago Sun-Times, that John Schulian was a writer of immense, eloquent talent. Here he is in 1981, opening a column about Skip Dillard and Bernard Randolph, the star-crossed local schoolyard hoops legends: "Even in the loving glow of noonday sunshine, with March pretending it's May and the thermometer skipping toward 60, K Town has trouble wiping the sorrow from its face. On the West Side streets that gave birth to the neighborhood's name, on Kedvale and Keeler and the half-dozen others, there are too many boarded-up windows, too many burned-out houses, too many cars with flat tires or no tires at all. Stray dogs wander listlessly, ragged men kill time with bottles in brown bags, and the only sign of hope is a bouncing basketball."
  • Tulane - TeamReport

    NCAAF Team Report - Tulane - INSIDE SLANT Tulane coach Curtis Johnson, starting his third season, is making believers out of folks in New Orleans after coaching the Green Wave to its first bowl since 2002 last season. Johnson, a former New Orleans...

    Eagles host public practice at old Franklin Field

    They saved Chuck Bednarik's introduction for last. He emerged Sunday onto Franklin Field through a giant, inflatable Eagles helmet. Steadying himself on a walker, the 89-year old could not reach out to shake hands as he passed the column of current...

    One last look at a weekend in Canton that I'll remember for a long time

    One last look at a weekend in Canton that I'll remember for a long time
    I heard so many speeches this past weekend that I can't exactly remember who said what, but one thing I heard was that "Canton, Ohio, is the place where dreams come true." Certainly, Andre Reed and his family and friends felt that way.  And as someone...

    One last look at a weekend in Canton that I'll remember for a long time

     
    I heard so many speeches this past weekend that I can't exactly remember who said what, but one thing I heard was that "Canton, Ohio, is the place where dreams come true." Certainly, Andre Reed and his family and friends felt that way. And as someone...