Doug Buffone: 'Great guy, great friend, hell of a football player'


Doug Buffone, one of the greatest defensive players in the history of Louisville football, was found dead in his Chicago home on Monday. He was 71-years-old. Though Buffone is best-known for being Louisville's No. 3 all-time 

Chicago Police spokesman Officer Thomas Sweeney says paramedics and police were summoned Monday to a home on the city's West Side and found a 70-year-old man dead due to natural causes. The dead man was later identified as Buffone, who 

CHICAGO – Remembered for his play on the field and his commentary off it, Doug Buffone was one of the more recognizable alumni of the Chicago Bears over the past generation. Those who enjoyed that work are in 

Mike Ditka first met Doug Buffone as a teammate in 1966, when Buffone was a fourth-round draft pick from Louisville. But he soon learned that he was much more than just a teammate. “He was a great guy, a great friend and a hell of a football player

Chicago Police spokesman Officer Thomas Sweeney says paramedics and police were summoned Monday to a home on the city's West Side and found a 70-year-old man dead due to natural causes. The dead man was later identified as Buffone, who