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Cincinnati Bearcats Don’t Need Xavier

Following Monday’s announcement that the Crosstown Shootout would return to a home and home format to be played on campus at both UC and Xavier the internet immediately blew up. Twitter, the source of all the worlds opinions immediately took off. The conclusion, Cincinnati does not need to play Xavier, and Mick Cronin might not be happy, and Mike Bohn needs to grow a pain. The main conclusion is that…

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Evaluating 2014 Cincinnati Bengals Draft Picks

CINCINNATI- A closer look at the Cincinnati Bengals picks: Round 1/24 — Darqueze Dennard, CB, 5-11, 199, Michigan State –The Bengals needed to get younger at corner and felt lucky Dennard slipped into their laps at 24. Most had him projected five to 10 picks earlier, but he fits perfectly into a man-press scheme. Round 2/55 – Jeremy Hill, RB, 6-1, 233, Louisiana State –BenJarvus Green-Ellis isn’t getting younger and…

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Padres-Reds Series Preview

CINCINNATI- The Cincinnati Reds will look to build on their series victory over the Colorado Rockies, as they face a San Diego Padres team, that is playing good ball lately, the two will match up Tuesday night at Great American BallPark, a start of a three game series. Andrew Cashner will get the ball for San Diego, and he’s looking to end a losing for himself, while the Reds will…

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The Crosstown Shootout Is Back

The University of Cincinnati and Xavier University jointly announced today that the Crosstown Shootout would return to an on campus game starting this upcoming season. The game has been held at US Bank Arena the last two season renamed the Crosstown Classic. Following the 2011 bench clearing brawl the game was moved off campus to cool tensions between the two universities, although that hasn’t seemed to work from a fan…

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Marshall Henderson On Michael Sam, Oh Boy

Marshall Henderson a mediocre basketball player by all means on the Ole Miss basketball team decided to tweet about Michael Sam. As you can expect Henderson was not a fan, or is he? Boycotting sportscenter til this michael sam nasty ass shit is off …. My brothers are 7 and 11 and saw that!!! #SICKENING — marshall henderson (@NativeFlash22) May 12, 2014 Reading those tweets it is safe to assume…

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Cincinnati Reds Team Update (5/12)

CINCINNATI -The comeback is complete. Aroldis Chapman made his first appearance for the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday afternoon, striking out three and earning the save in a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies. Chapman’s return was an emotional event for everyone involved, considering the seriousness of his injury. But it also will have a positive residual impact on the entire Reds bullpen moving forward. Chapman, who was struck in the…

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The Morning Update (5/12): Cincinnati Reds, Michael Sam

A blow out loss followed up by a great outing and win from Homer Bailey. That is just how the Cincinnati Reds season has gone so far in 2014. And before I forget happy mother’s day to everyone out there. Somehow forgot that yesterday. This past weekend was filled with a number of stories. The NFL Draft wrapped up, the Reds won, got blown out and won again. Aroldis Chapman…

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Devin Mesoraco Could Return This Weekend

CINCINNATI -Reds manager Bryan Price said Sunday he was hopeful injured catcher Devin Mesoraco would be able to rejoin the team by the end of the week. Mesoraco, sidelined since April 26 by a strained left hamstring, simulated running the bases on the indoor track behind the Reds dugout Saturday at Great American Ball Park. Price said Mesoraco’s running received “very good reviews” Sunday and that he should be able…

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Reds Defeat Rockies 4-1 To Win Series

CINCINNATI – Todd Frazier hit a solo home run and Homer Bailey allowed just one run in 7 1/3 innings, lifting the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-1 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Sunday in the finale of a three-game series at Great American Ball Park. In the ninth, Reds reliever Aroldis Chapman made his first appearance since being struck by a line drive in spring training. Chapman walked shortstop…

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