Bengals Break: Breaking Dalton, Reds Win Streak


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Cincinnati Bengals: Moving On From Andy Dalton: The Bengals have invested a lot in their starting quarterback, from offensive weapons, to upgrades in protection, and don’t forget that contract. If Andy Dalton doesn’t get the job done this season, is it time to move on?

Bengals’ Offensive Line is Key to Future Success: The Cincinnati Bengals participate in the Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship, which has brought former Bengals wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh to the Bengals as an intern. Houshmandzadeh had a strong opinion on what is going to be key moving forward for the Bengals offensive success, invest in you o-line. Do you agree, check out what David had to say.

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Reds Blow Out Phillies With Votto’s Three Home Runs: Joey Votto had nothing more than a spectacular night at the plate. His performance backed a solid pitching performance by Anthony DeSclafani and the Reds have a three game win streak heading into Wednesday night as they go for a sweep of the Phillies.

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Big Ten Basketball: Shot Clock Reduced and It’s Effect on the Game: Higher scores and more offensive chances come to mind when I hear there has been a shot clock reduction from 35 to 30 seconds. With less time to set up offenses and giving the teams more possession opportunities, how will it effect the Big Ten and the Buckeyes? is property of the Fansided Network

Columbus Blue Jackets: Nationwide Arena In the News: Nationwide Arena has had a lot of history in the short time it has been open and housing the Blue Jackets, but with the city being burden by expenses and money becoming tight, it has made recent headlines in the news. Frank Walker of Union and Blue breaks down the story and what if anything it means for the future of hockey in Columbus.