Frustration surfaced on the Bengals side of the ball Sunday as Cincinnati (1-2) suffered a second consecutive defeat, a 29-17 loss to the defending Super Bowl Champion Broncos. The loss puts the Bengals two full games behind undefeated Baltimore. Pittsburgh’s loss to Philadelphia puts the Steelers at 2-1, but with a game in hand on
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A long awaited sequel to one of the most explosive knockout finishes not only in the UFC, but in all of mixed martial arts history is taking place across the pond in October, as Michael Bisping and Dan Henderson will square-off again at UFC 204. The two fought at the seminal UFC 100 event after
The governing body of Ohio high school athletics has directed its officials to remain neutral in the event of any student-athlete demonstrations or displays of protest during the national anthem. A memo sent late Wednesday afternoon from the Ohio High School Athletic Association instructs officials to let school administrators and boards of education address any
How they fare on the road, in a hostile environment, against an historic program and AP top-15 opponent indeed will prove a better indicator of whether or not a young and emerging Buckeyes team is primed to make a serious run at the College Football Playoff.
Just because we knew by the second week in May that Bruce would be traded to a CCINOLHP (Contending Club In Search Of Left-Handed Power) doesn’t make it any easier when the longtime Redleg is actually dealt; nor does it make it any easier when he returns to patrol right field in Great American Ballpark wearing another team’s colors.
The old adage “the enemy of my enemy is my friend,” rings true here, but not as a justification for declaring that: My two favorite teams are Ohio State, whoever’s playing Michigan.
A few Ohioan Hot Takes on recent developments and what to watch for today: Indians reportedly close to trading for Coco Crisp * The Cleveland Indians are expected to acquire today Coco Crisp from Oakland A’s in a move that provides Cleveland some needed outfield depth ahead of the playoffs. The deal has been widely
Ohio State Buckeyes Head Coach Urban Meyer expects his recently suspended standout wide receiver to return to the football next fall. The Buckeyes coach said Tuesday during a conference call he has “zero indication” that Torrance Gibson will leave Ohio State before next fall, adding “his focus is to be the best possible Buckeye he