6:05, Sports Talk
Tommy Tuberville, 7:05
Tommy Tuberville Foundation Golf Outing
Thursday, July 31 at Hidden Valley Golf Club in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, 11 a.m
Contact: Mike Taylor at (847) 609-4187 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bearcats Football Fantasy Camp info HERE
From 1.5 to 5.5 out in a blink of an eye
Notes, stats, photos from Wednesday's 5-1 loss to Brewers HERE
MILWAUKEE, WI - JULY 23: Billy Hamilton #6 of the Cincinnati Reds hits a single in the top of the third inning against the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park on July 23, 2014 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)
NL Central: Best division race in MLB
Skid reaches six with loss to Brewers
Mark Sheldon, MLB.com
"Don't get me wrong. We're all trying. We're all working hard," Leake said. "We have two of our best players, if not the two best players, that are rehabbing right now. It's tough on us. We either have to pick it up or get help. There's only one of two ways to go about it. We'll see what happens."
Reds get competitive balance pick for 2015 draft
Sporting News ranks the QB's: Andy Dalton is # ______?
Washington Post: Dalton is worth half of Kaepernick
Harvey: 3 to watch Thursday
Skinner: Will faster pace help or hurt Dalton?
Hobson: Green rules as down-home superstar
Bengals DT finds hope, inspiration in daughter's cancer battle
"I feel bipolar, honestly," said Devon, the former Penn State standout defensive tackle. "When it all first happened it hit me hard. Sometimes I feel optimistic like she's going to overcome this and then sometimes I think about the numbers the doctors gave us about the 50 percent chance of survival. ... It's like an emotional roller coaster for me."
Must See TV: “The Battered Bastards of Baseball”
If you have Netflix, watch The Battered Bastards of Baseball.
It's the story of Bing Russell, (Kurt's dad), launching the Portland Mavericks, an independent minor league team in the 1970's. They were a ragtag team that went against the establishment, won, and were hated. More HERE
Why Chuck Martin took a $200,000 pay cut to coach Miami Redhawks football