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Bearcats Football Remains Perfect

Could they make the College Football Playoffs?

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A Closer Look at Joe Burrow

How does rookie Bengals QB Joe Burrow compare to his counterparts?

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Cincinnati’s Best High School Teams

Which athletic programs are the standout performers this season? Like a flash, the much-anticipated fall sports schedule is winding down, and playoffs are already upon us. Let’s take a look at some of the high-performing teams to date. Football – Lakota West (6-0 overall) There are close to a dozen…

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Buckeyes, Bearcats and Redhawks

College football games are happening, but the season doesn’t have quite the same feel to it. Big Ten football is coming back on October 24. That’s what the decision-makers announced last Saturday when they released an eight-game schedule consisting of conference matchups. The season will take place until December 12…

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Six Months Out, West End Stadium is Taking Shape

FC Cincinnati’s new home is symbolic of the progress soccer is making in the city.

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HS Sports to Kick Off Across Ohio

Once thought to be in grave danger this season, high school sports have an opportunity to succeed. If you surveyed parents, coaches, and students just one month ago, you would likely have uncovered guarded optimism that varsity athletics would occur, as well as an overarching fear that such hopefulness was…

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A Status Update for High School Sports

Non-contact sports have already received the green light to begin competition, but questions are still swirling surrounding high school sports. With the Mid-American conference pushing fall athletics to the spring, the spotlight is shining brighter on the Ohio High School Athletic Association to create a safe environment for their student-athletes….

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Is Esports the Sport of the Future?

Once a fringe community met with scorn and disdain, Esports is mainstream – and growing.

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Empty Stadiums, Zoom Calls and Breakfast Photos

Jared Handra’s gameday experience as president of Die Innenstadt, an independent supporters’ group for FC Cincinnati fans, is unmistakably different than this time last year.

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Commissioner Jones Featured in Cincy Magazine

The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) commissioner, Jay Jones, was featured in the Cincy Magazine, concerning fall athletics and the various approaches to play sports across the country during a global pandemic.