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Bengals Break: Bengals Helping Dalton? Reds Avoid Sweep

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Bengals are trying to help Dalton reach next level, Reds avoid three game sweep, and Cavilers lose game one all on today’s edition on Bengals Break.

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Are the Bengals Finding Another Way To Help Dalton?: The Bengals look to help starting quarterback, Andy Dalton, in any way they can. Their offense has become more balanced and have focused on yards after the catch. What are the Bengals doing now to help Dalton take another step forward?

Can Rey Maualuga Reclaim His Game Under New Extra Point Rules?: Bengals’ linebacker, Rey Maualuga, has found himself in the firing line of almost every Bengals fan over the past couple of years. He now has a chance to be the hero as the new extra point rules points to a stronger defensive presence in goal line situations. Can he reclaim the game we once all loved from Maualuga?

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Reds Avoid Sweep, Beat Phillies 6-4: After almost falling into another slump thanks to a couple bad bullpen outings, the Reds prevailed in a 6-4 win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Find out who stepped up big.

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Cavilers lose in OT: Kyrie Irving Goes Down Too: The Cleveland Cavilers came up short in game one of the NBA finals on Thursday. To make matters worse, Kyrie Irving went down with what appears to be a lower body injury in OT as well. Julian breaks down game one in the NBA Finals.

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The AAC Releases Championship Game Logo: The American Athletic Conference released it’s 2015 Championship logo for the game that will be held on December 5th, crowing the top team from the AAC. Check out what it looks like, because it is sharp.

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