Roy Williams

Rashad McCants, right, with North Carolina teammate Ray Felton in 2005. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Rashad McCants Says He took Fake Classes At UNC To Stay Eligible

North Carolina beat Illinois in the 2005 NCAA title game.

CBS Chicago–06/06/2014

Brian Urlacher #54 of the Chicago Bears brings down Joe Webb #14 of the Minnesota Vikings during the first quarter on January 1, 2012 at Mall of America Field at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota. (Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

Bears Hang On To Beat Vikings 17-13, Finish 8-8

The Chicago Bears stopped their five-game losing streak at the end of this what-could-have-been season, but even this victory was plenty painful.


Injured starting quarterback Jay Cutler walks the sideline to speak to his replacement Caleb Hanie. (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)

Gabriel: ‘Expected A Lot More’ From Hanie

Three weeks into the Caleb Hanie experience, it’s safe to say this back-up plan has not gone as smoothly as hoped.

670 The Score–12/15/2011

Detailed view of a Super Bowl winners ring prior to the NFL International Series match between Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

Game Ball

Check out who won this week’s game ball from The McNeil and Spiegel Show.

670 The Score–12/12/2011

Marion Barber. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Bowen: Can’t Take Points Off The Board

The Bears may have only put up three points in their loss to the Chiefs on Sunday, but the opportunities to score were certainly there.

670 The Score–12/06/2011

Caleb Hanie. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Reverse Game Ball

Instead of giving the game ball to the best player, this week’s game ball goes to the worst player.

670 The Score–12/05/2011

Roy Williams. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Silverman: Roy Williams Worth His Weight In Fool’s Gold

The Bears were in the process of mounting a comeback against the Chiefs that might have allowed them to turn a galling defeat into a wipe-your-brow victory.

CBS Chicago–12/05/2011

Caleb Hanie. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Buffone: ‘It Was A Nightmare’

The Bears 10-3 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday has one former Bear questioning whether or not he’ll ever watch a football game again.

670 The Score–12/05/2011

Jon McGraw intercepts a pass intended for Roy Williams.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Miller: No Question, Williams Has To Catch The Ball

In a game that featured two anemic offenses, the Bears still had an opportunity to tie the game late in the fourth quarter.

670 The Score–12/05/2011

Caleb Hanie lays on the field after being sacked.  (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)

Bernstein: The Horror, The Horror

We may never recover from this. It has happened.

CBS Chicago–12/04/2011

Brian Urlacher and Chris Conte deflect a ball into the hands of Dexter McCluster to complete a Hail Mary Sunday. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Hoge’s Notebook: Hail Mary Dooms Bears

Sunday’s 10-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was so ugly, it will likely go down as one of the worst home losses in Bears’ history.


Jon McGraw intercepts a pass intended for Roy Williams.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Shepkowski: The Good, Bad And Ugly Of Bears-Chiefs

A week ago, it was understandable to remain optimistic about the Bears chances going forward, despite obvious issues. This week, it’s impossible.

670 The Score–12/04/2011

Roy Williams makes a catch as Antonie Cason. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Shepkowski: The Good, Bad and Ugly Of Bears-Chargers

Just over a month ago, the Bears were 2-3 and looked to be headed for disappointment. Five wins later, they seem like a legitimate player in the NFC race after another rather impressive showing against San Diego on Sunday. That is, if they are able to overcome Jay Cutler’s broken thumb.

670 The Score–11/21/2011

Earl Bennett runs after catching a pass against the Chargers.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Cutler Leads Bears Past Chargers, 31-20

Cutler threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns, and the Bears won their fifth straight, beating Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers 31-20 on Sunday.


Roy Williams scores a touchdown during the NFL International Series match. Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)

Angelo: Roy Williams Controls His Future

Bears general manager Jerry Angelo said Williams’ future in the NFL is completely up to the performance of the veteran wide receiver.

CBS Chicago–10/26/2011

Matt Forte runs with the ball during the NFL International Series match. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Game Ball: Matt Forte

The votes are in and the McNeil and Spiegel Show has awarded their weekly game ball to Matt Forte.

670 The Score–10/24/2011

Roy Williams of Chicago Bears scores a touchdown despite the efforts of Sean Jones and EJ Biggers of Tampa Bay Buccaneers. (Credit: NFL)

Shepkowski: The Good, Bad and Ugly of Bears-Bucs

They haven’t looked truly remarkable since their Week 1 thrashing of Atlanta, but in running the ball better of late and an improved defense, the playoffs don’t seem as far fetched as they did after the Green Bay and New Orleans debacles earlier in the year.

670 The Score–10/23/2011

Rookie Nick Fairley knocks Jay Cutler to the ground after he threw a fourth quarter pass at Ford Field on October 10, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. Detroit won the game 24-13.  (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Bernstein: Beginning Of The End

Bad drafts, bad signings, desperate trades and hamstrung, stubborn coaches have the Bears staring at a dark road.

CBS Chicago–10/11/2011

The Bears celebrate D.J. Moore's interception returned for a touchdown. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Durkin: Bears First Quarter Report Card

Lovie Smith evaluates the regular season in four quarters, so let’s evaluate Lovie’s crew in the same fashion.

CBS Chicago–10/05/2011

Johnny Knox of the Chicago Bears kneels down injured on the field during the game against the Green Bay Packers at Soldier Field on September 25, 2011 in Chicago, Illinois. The Packers defeated the Bears 27-17. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)

Bernstein: The Bears Have Bad Receivers

The reasons for the Bears’ inefficiencies are many, and shared. But, really. Somebody get open.

670 The Score–09/25/2011