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Is Greater Cincinnati Becoming a College Football Hotbed?

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 26, 2007
You've thought all these years that Cincinnati wasn't a college football town, and you were right. But the football teams from the universities of Cincinnati and Kentucky are a combined 8-0, the  

Bengals' Off-Field Problems Come Back to Haunt the Defense

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 19, 2007
The NFL's version of the hot stove league warmed our hearts with news of stiff penalties for players who run the streets badly. Now that games have begun, we're seeing how Roger Goodell's sens  

Get an Ugly Win, but It's a Win

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 12, 2007
Opening Day of the baseball season is about the parade, a return to the daily habits of baseball and the arrival of spring. The game is only one out of 162. Opening Day of the NFL season is one o  

Why the Big Ten Network Won't Bully Cable Systems or Fans

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 5, 2007
Back when all television was free to consumers, there was a lot less of it. But television still was powerful enough to hook us on football, and you know what the man says: You have to buy the new  

Vick Hasn't Fallen As Far As Rose and Simpson

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 29, 2007
The Michael Vick dog fighting story, a tale of man's inhumanity, has incited the public like few other entries in the athletic story line, and it's a very snappily edited piece, too. We went al  

10,000 Pitches Left to Separate Playoff Teams from Also-Rans

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 22, 2007
When they fall right, the final six weeks of the Major League Baseball season are the best competition of any sport's late-season stretch. It's no mere matter of six games to go, or even a dozen  

Kelly Might Finally Get Locals Excited About UC Football

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 15, 2007
We can't speak for Brian Kelly, but we can love his audacity, which is why his first fall practices at the University of Cincinnati have just begun and one already hates to see him go. As UC con  

Already Looking for the Next Home Run King After Barry Bonds

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 8, 2007
Those of us who still fantasize that baseball's career home run mark is the most hallowed record in sports took comfort early on the evening of Aug. 4, when Alex Rodriguez became the youngest pl  

Skip Prosser Was a Coach for All the Right Reasons

0 Comments · Wednesday, August 1, 2007
Skip Prosser would have made a damn fine old man. We should have gotten him for another 30-odd years just so we could go back from time to time, listen and laugh, see his mind, feel a little bette  

Bengals Start Training Camp Poised for a Great Season

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 25, 2007
Four years into Marvin Lewis, the Bengals are rebuilt, they've absorbed the first wave of flack after finally winning and now the air is cleaned by fire. The Bengals are right there, a true NFL c  

Who Says Cincinnati Can't Have an NBA Team?

5 Comments · Wednesday, July 18, 2007
Andy Furman is on another letter-writing campaign, banging the drum to bring an NBA team into Cincinnati. If you can't have an NBA team, having a drum banger is the next best thing. We shouldn'  

Reds' Manager Change Isn't a Real Change at All

0 Comments · Wednesday, July 4, 2007
In the shadows of championship baseball are found some sad stories in life. The standings alone can't count the misery, because only one club can finish in last place. Among the more dreaded sto  

Do Steroid Users Make Baseball History or Distort and Dishonor It?

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 27, 2007
Time and again, we hear that baseball fans don't care much about which players took steroids, or when or why. Fans have lives of their own, they've got their own struggles and they go to basebal  

Reds Are Done, but Will Dunn Still Be a Red?

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 20, 2007
Unless you're a baseball junkie belonging to the category of lost causes, it's difficult to watch the big leagues at this time of year. As usual, the sagacious Marty Brennaman put it best many y  

Cavs Might Finally Bring a Title to Cleveland, but Not This Year

0 Comments · Wednesday, June 13, 2007
While we hold on tight to see if the Reds compete in a weak division or post the major league's worst record, it's worth remembering, for a moment, that no other Ohio team has won a major pro sp