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Andy Dalton Buys A Cincinnati Home

Now that he is officially the future of the Cincinnati Bengals much to the disapproval of many, Andy Dalton now has another permanent home in Cincinnati outside of Paul Brown Stadium. Andy and Jordan Dalton bought a home in the Mt. Lookout neighborhood in Cincinnati. A place, if you are from here, is home to many young professionals and “new money” for the most part now. The neighborhood makes sense…

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Bearcats Should Be Playing At GABP

By now everyone has heard that the Bearcats and the Bengals are having a less than friendly discussions on how to get through 2015 sharing a stadium. The Bengals aren’t very willing to play ball in terms of branding or tradition leaving the Bearcats at a bit of a loss. The Bearcat band won’t be allowed to “Charge” the steps before the game, the Bearcats logo won’t be on the…

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Why I Skipped The WEBN Fireworks

Is it still even called the WEBN fireworks? Not a clue, also most of you probably don’t give two shits about why I skipped but I know others did for the same reason so here it goes. The main reason I skipped is because of the people. Plain and simple Riverfest attracts the worst people in the city. Sure there are some of us who dress presentable, aren’t hammered, have…

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Ravens Week… Player Cuts And More…

One wait ends and another much longer and adventurous one begins. Since training camp began five weeks ago, everything Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis has done , from canceling the Oklahoma drill to giving veterans days off to help them not get banged up even when they’re medically cleared, has been done with one thing in mind: get to the opener in Baltimore as healthy as possible. So set…

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Ohio High School Football Game Ends In Massive Brawl

Cleveland doing everything big this year. Johnny Manziel, LeBron James and now massive high school football brawls. Cleveland hasn’t made this many headlines since that river caught fire. Saturday night Ohio High School football teams Garfield Heights took on Collinwood High and the game ended on possibly the largest football brawl since Clemson v. USC a few years back. What started this high school brawl looked to be meaningless, a…

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Broxton Dealt To Brewers

The Cincinnati Reds traded right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton to the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday for two players to be named later. Broxton, 30, has a 1.86 ERA with seven saves in 48 1/3 innings this season. He also has six blown saves. Broxton, a two-time All-Star, is signed through next season with an club option for 2016. He is set to make $9 million in 2015. Broxton will likely set…

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Reds Defeat Pirates 3-2 To Avoid Sweep

PITTSBURGH — On the last day of August, there was a silver lining to a cloudy afternoon in Pittsburgh. Chris Heisey, who lost nearly all of his playing time earlier this season, homered twice, while Johnny Cueto limited the Pittsburgh Pirates to two runs in eight innings as the Cincinnati Reds avoided a sweep with a 3-2 victory on Sunday at PNC Park. “It feels good to help the team…

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Reds Lose MLB High 33rd One-Run Loss

PITTSBURGH — One run loss? What else is new for the 2014 Cincinnati Reds, just pathetic. Vance Worley has a box inside his locker in the Pittsburgh Pirates’ clubhouse that contains various items he accumulated while pitching at the Triple-A level over the last two seasons. On Saturday, Worley pitched like someone who plans on staying in the major leagues for good as he worked into the seventh inning while…

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Bengals May Ruin Bearcat Tradition

Cincinnati Enquirer– The CHARGE! down the steps could be going down the tubes. And its demise would do more than rob the University of Cincinnati Bearcat Marching Band of its beloved opening routine at home football games. No CHARGE! for the band and its fans would put an end to a 60-year-old school tradition. It would also put a crimp in the band’s ability to change the lives of its…

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