The Player's Championship @ TPC Sawgrass is this week.
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6:05, Sports Talk
Draft Roundtalbe: Geoff Hobson, Paul Dehner Jr, Coley Harvey, Kevin Goheen
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Season ticket on sale Monday
Dehner Jr.: Less is more in Bengals' scouting department
Hobson: The drafting of Gio
Harvey: Why Bridgewater makes sense for Bengals
Hoard: Black is happy to be back
ESPN: AFC North four-year draft review (Pro Bowlers drafted: Bengals 4, Browns 3, Steelers 2, Ravens 0)
We are getting the bad back together. The Roundtable of Bengals Writers will talk draft Monday night at 8pm. Four Bengals beat writers will me in-studio to NFL Draft.
The guys last joined me to preview the Bengals playoff appearance in January.
Left to right: Geoff Hobson (Bengals.com), Coley Harvey (ESPN.com), Me, Kevin Goheen (FoxSportsOhio.com), Paul Dehner Jr. (Enquirer), **Joe Reedy is now covering the Cleveland Indians for Fox Sports Ohio and Sports Time Ohio.
College basketball: Could XU and OSU hook up?
The Big East and Big Ten will announce formation of the Dave Gavitt Tipoff Games, a four-day, eight-game season-opening challenge between the conferences beginning in 2015-16.
I remember this!
Sunday was the anniversary of Bob Watson scoring the one millionth run in MLB history in 1975. I remember a big deal being made of who and how the run would score. I was at Riverfront Stadium watching the Reds that day. The scoreboard had been counting down throughout the game and the buzz was building.
At the same moment Houston's Milt May homered, with Watson on second base, Reds SS Dave Concepcion homered. The Riverfront crowd went nuts, urging Concepcion to race around the bases. As Concepcion raced across home plate, the crowd celebrated, assuming he had been the one millionth run. Moments later a message flashed on the scoreboard revealing that Watson had beaten Concepcion across the plate by four seconds. Watson's prize?: $10,000 and one million Tootsie Rolls (sponsor of event).
Saying goodbye to Beulah Park
Todd Jones: Crowd estimated at 5,000 say goodbye