I’m back again, again, and hopefully this time I’m going to write more than a few posts in a year. Here’s what you can expect from me in 2021:
I haven’t written in awhile, so I’ll catch up my thoughts on the Cincinnati sports scene and take the blog from there!
If David Bell’s work, so far, for the Reds is any indication for the Bengals and Bearcats, then this year will only continue to be the most interesting year of Cincinnati sports in a long time.
Rooting for your hometown team shouldn’t be so harmful.
How Cincinnati, Kentucky, Xavier, Dayton, Northern Kentucky, and Wright State can make it to the NCAA Tournament.
I’ve been busy, recently, with the Locked on Reds podcast and doing a slight bit of writing for GetSportsInfo.com, so I haven’t been able to keep up with the blog like I would want to, but now I’m back, and I’ve got a thought burning in my mind today that I’ll flesh out. I don’t […]
As the team grows, this place will be rocking and will be as good, or better, that SMU or Houston for toughest place in The American to play.
…the Crosstown Shootout is the second biggest game in the city of Cincinnati, all year, in any sport. Only Opening Day for the Reds beats it.
This will free them from the bonds of amateurism as outlined by the NCAA and will open them up to focus on the one thing they want to focus on: basketball.
Two quick college basketball thoughts that stuck out to me, today.