If the Cincinnati Cyclones had a motto, it would be “Community First.” The
professional minor league hockey team has earned plenty of bragging
rights, from its two recent Kelly Cup championships to the fact that the
team has made the playoffs every season except three since its
inception in 1990.
The destruction of the Jets two weeks ago by the Bengals saw not only the largest margin of victory for our football team in many years, but also the emergence of second-year wide receiver Marvin Jones. The Bengals brought Jones aboard in 2012, but not until the fifth round of the draft — much to Jones' disappointment. He assumed he was going to be drafted in the second round, and many scouts ...