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Johnny Knox is tended to by doctors after suffering a frightening spine injury against the Seattle Seahawks in December of 2011. He has yet to fully recover. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Bernstein: David Haugh Is Wrong About Risks, Rewards Of Football

I can tell someone to base such important decisions on something more than logical fallacy, cheesy romanticism and complete unawareness of science, medicine and facts.

CBS Chicago–06/03/2012

Corey Trivino #10 of the Boston University Terriers walks off the ice after warm ups before the game against  the Boston College Eagles. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

BU Hockey Reevaluating ‘Culture’ After Second Player Arrested For Sex Charges

In the wake of the second arrest in 10 weeks of a Boston University hockey player for sexual assault allegations involving a female student, the school’s president said the team is reevaluating its “culture and climate.”

670 The Score–02/24/2012

Concussion

New Efforts Seek To Protect Kids From Concussions

In January 2011, the city of Chicago passed some of the most strict concussion legislation in the country, but it was just the beginning, as there are several efforts afoot to protect school-aged athletes from serious brain injuries.

CBS 2–02/15/2012

Roger Goodell addresses the media at the Super Bowl in Indianapolis. Concussions were one of the many topics he discussed. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Bernstein: Concussion Talk Obscures Dark Truth

Commissioner Roger Goodell stood before the media at his annual Super Bowl state-of-the-league speech, and sounded as if he cared when addressing issues of player safety.

CBS Chicago–02/04/2012

Dave Duerson

Bernstein: Duerson News Won’t Change Anything

I wish I could agree with Rick Telander of the Chicago Sun Times. Really.

670 The Score–05/02/2011

Dave Duerson

Autopsy Results To Be Released For Duerson’s Brain

Researchers from Boston University are set to announce autopsy results this morning for former Chicago Bear Dave Duerson, who committed suicide in February.

CBS Chicago–05/02/2011