December 4, 2020

Category : Sports

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Burrow Out Indefinitely

On Sunday, a nightmare scenario became reality for the Cincinnati Bengals. Rookie quarterback Joe Burrow, rising star of a new-look Bengals squad, was carted off the field in the third […]

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A Closer Look at Joe Burrow

How does rookie Bengals QB Joe Burrow compare to his counterparts? When the Cincinnati Bengals drafted LSU QB and Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow in April, many fans viewed him as the “Chosen One” to finally lead the Bengals to postseason glory. That sentiment is still prevalent today, although the Bengals’ current 1-5-1 record offers [...]

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The Viability of College Sports

Concerning fall athletics, universities and conferences are operating at different levels of optimismNoah Tong With fall sports just around the corner, colleges must decide whether or not allowing competition is safe. But some universities are coming to vastly different conclusions. In the great state of Ohio, Oberlin College and Ohio Wesleyan have already cancelled fall [...]

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High School Athletic Departments Prep for Unusual Fall Seasons

Administrators and players must decide whether to play or not to playNoah Tong Ohio recently moved to Phase 2 of the state’s coronavirus reopening plan, meaning contact practices, including intrasquad scrimmages and normal training regimen, for all sports are allowed. Individual school districts may choose to delay entering this phase if they feel it is [...]

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The State of Our Sporting Union

Your guide to the messy, unpredictable world of sports todayNoah Tong NASCAR, the PGA Tour and the Belmont Stakes may have returned to competition in the United States, but when will Cincinnati’s beloved teams get in on the action? In many instances, the future is unclear. The Coronavirus Threat Still Looms Large Three months after [...]