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Stripe Hype: Lunchtime Links May 19th


Rookies sign, Pitcher’s career with Reds all but over, and front office moves headline today’s Stripe Hype Lunchtime Links. is Fansided’s premier site for everything Bengals

Bengals Sign Three Draft Picks Leaving Three More Left: The Cincinnati Bengals are two-thirds the way through signing their draft picks and getting their future secured. Who did they sign? Well, you will have to check it out.

Bengals QB Battle: Terrelle Pryor As Backup?: Almost 10 days ago, the Bengals signed Terrell Pryor to compete for a roster spot. Is he really capable of being a backup in the NFL?

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Cincinnati Reds Have Likely Seen the Last of Sean Marshall: Sean Marshall had to face the inevitable surgery on his shoulder. His contract ends after this season and it is almost certain his Reds career is behind him at this point. is property of the Fansided Network

Columbus Blue Jackets Front Office Transition Continues: Columbus Blue Jackets lost their assistant general manager, but is there any room for concern or just part of every day business in the NHL?

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Ohio State Football: Can Ezekiel Elliott Rush for 2,000 Yards?: He rushed for just under 1,900 yards last season with the Buckeyes. Can Ezekiel Elliott get to 2,000 yards or is it just too far to reach in 2015?

Ohio State Football: Was Staying the Best Move For Braxton Miller?: Cardale Jones and J.T. Barrett showed that the next man up can not only work but produce results. Miller is finally healthy and ready to go, but with one of the toughest QB competitions in recent NCAA Football memory, was it the right choice?

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Cincinnati Bearcats Basketball: 2015 Non-conference Schedule Just As Tough As Last Year:  The Bearcats will see the likes of Butler and VCU, which will spike their non-conference schedule, but who else will round out what looks like a top 50 RPI and SOS for the Bearcats.