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Seau’s Death Demonstrates Conflicted Reality of Football

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Last week, former San Diego Charger and New England Patriot Junior Seau, a future Hall of Famer, committed suicide. Like former Chicago Bears safety Dave Duerson, the 42-year-old Seau shot himself in the chest. Last February, before shooting himself, Duerson sent a text to several family members.  

Bengals Have Options With Two First-Round Picks

0 Comments · Tuesday, April 17, 2012
It seems every mock draft out there — and there are a ton — knows exactly what the Bengals will do with their two first-round picks on April 26: The team will take a guard and a cornerback. They seem to be the two glaring needs, even though the team addressed their depth at the positions in free agency.  

Worst Patient Ever

0 Comments · Wednesday, March 24, 2010
When it comes to docs, I can be one hard-headed mofo. Back when I had a wisdom tooth yanked, after I had a bizarro reaction to the numbing meds that made me feel like I was on speed, the super-hot dentist handed me a detailed sheet of aftercare instructions. It was well written, but I promptly threw it in the dumpster.  

Foreseeable Future

Football fans say ‘Whoot! Whoot! Whoot!’ for fall

0 Comments · Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Fantasy football drafts. Tailgating. Running your mouth. There are many great aspects to this narrow season between face-melting heat and bone-chilling cold called we call Autumn. In many ways sports come to mind when mentally tallying the good things about fall. What Thanksgiving would be complete without you and your weakarmed relatives throwing wobbly passes back and forth in the yard?  

UC and Bengals Proved Football Axiom: You're Never Over the Hump

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 7, 2009
Football for Cincinnati fans made a rare intrusion on January, which turned out not to be such a glorious moment. But well take it and hope for more next year, understanding that the interim poses numerous challenging scenarios.  

Cheers to the High Points of 2008: UC Football and Xavier Basketball

0 Comments · Tuesday, December 30, 2008
Though the year in sports produced its fair share of memories, no sporting memory will obscure the hard reality of economic gloom coursing through the world in a tense 2008.  

I'm Not a Loser

UC's Big East championship legitimizes Cincinnati sports fans

2 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Would a loser have awaken at 9 a.m. on a Saturday and started drinking Sparks energy beer, eating bagels and watching college football pregame shows? Would a loser have walked across the UC campus before noon drinking beer out of a to-go coffee cup? I think not.  

Sweet Taste of Success

UC football caps a 20-year rebuilding project with a trip to the program’s biggest bowl game ever

0 Comments · Wednesday, December 3, 2008
Nobody has ever accused the University of Cincinnati of overemphasizing football ... probably not even in 1885, when UC became the fifth American university to start a football team. For more than 120 years, locals wondered why the university should even bother with it. But in a flash of two years, UC's football reputation has changed. Today, with the Bengals at their worst, UC football is the star of the Cincinnati athletic scene. They're winners in a town starved for winners.  

Saturday's Game Against Pitt a Historic Moment for UC Football

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Following the University of Cincinnati football team used to be one of life’s simple pleasures, a private and personal window on sports through which the wins and losses didn’t matter as much as the laughs, groans and occasional sense that these kids might be getting somewhere.  

UC Football in the Hunt for a Big East Crown and BCS Bid

0 Comments · Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Another wonder of college football announces itself in the middle of town as the lords of Nippert Stadium enter November playing for their highest stakes ever. A real conference championship race has arrived.  

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