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Bernstein: Criminal Probe Must Change Derrick Rose Conversation

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) It was easier for the Knicks to deal with questions about Derrick Rose’s gang rape trial when it was merely a civil case. 633 more words

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Bears' Zach Miller: We Have To Run The Ball Better Early In Games

(CBS) The Bears’ preferred offensive formula didn’t come to fruition in a 31-17 loss to the Cowboys on Sunday night. They passed the ball a whopping 49 times with backup quarterback Brian Hoyer and ran it just 15 times behind an offensive line seemingly best suited for run blocking. 225 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Spurs' Gregg Popovich Gets It Right

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) The biggest takeaway from NBA franchise media days across the country Monday has been that we have one league that appears to understand what’s meant by the ongoing protests during the national anthem at sporting events. 237 more words

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Bernstein: Bears Are Wasting Our Time

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Those not compelled to watch the Bears by either professional responsibility, habitual inertia or abject masochism are afforded the luxury of disengagement. 648 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Texans' Loss Can Make Bears Fans Feel Even Worse

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Torture week for Bears fans just keeps on delivering, and we’re not even done with September.

If you’re keeping track, the opening loss in Houston was followed by a big buildup to the home opener, an expected bounce-back against a rookie quarterback with the nation watching. 203 more words

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The Bernstein Brief: Trust In Bears' John Fox Is Now Questionable

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Acting like Bill Belichick isn’t the same unless one wins like he does.

We’re well into the John Fox experience as Bears coach now, living with the rigid insularity, the silly media rules, the Soviet-style information control and the demand from players for total buy-in. 166 more words

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Bernstein: Penn State In Open Civil War Over Joe Paterno

By Dan Bernstein–
CBSChicago.com senior columnist

(CBS) Saturday was a national embarrassment for Penn State University. Its spineless leaders caved to pressure from a crazed wing of alumni and football fans and chose to publicly honor former coach Joe Paterno, despite the fact that he knowingly facilitated serial child-rape over decades. 620 more words

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