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New Nippert Is Looking SEEEXXXXYYYY!

September 5 can’t get here soon enough. I need a Woody’s burger and some college football more than I need anything in life.

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Ohio State Buckeyes Fans Fixated on "Little Brother" Bearcats

Ohio State fans have long disparaged UC fans by unaffectionately referring to the Bearcats as “little brother.” In an unsurprising move, the Buckeyes fan base simply cannot help itself, even after all of their success last season. 76 more words

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QCBL's First Look At the Bengals 2015 Draft Class

Cedric Ogbuehi: OT, Texas A&M

Ok maybe I was wrong about Big Ced stepping in right away. Reports say his ACL injury could keep him out of camp and possibly on the PUP list to begin the season, but I still think if he’s able to get healthy, he should see some action because these are the Bengals and things always tend to go wrong. 708 more words

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UC’s Cronin Courting Star Transfers

Deshaun Morman has officially left the Bearcats basketball program, opening up a scholarship slot on the team.  Mick Cronin has not wasted any time searching for candidates to fill this vacancy.  397 more words

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What the Under Armour Deal Means for UC

UC leaves Adidas and begins its Under Armour era this July.  So what exactly does this mean to the school?

  • Credibility: UA is in the process of growing its college brand.
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March is National Athletic Training Month

In recognition of National Sports Training Month…

Our Sports Trainer, Kelly A. Hot dogs, M.S., ATC, has shared her story!

Photos Courtesy: Wade Moxley

Like a senior high school mix country and track runner, I faced numerous injuries that needed several weeks removed from training and

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UC offers St. Xavier 2017 quarterback Sean Clifford

UC offers St. Xavier 2017 quarterback Sean Clifford this afternoon, according to St. X coach Steve Specht.

Clifford, who is 6 feet 4 and 205 pounds, also has offers from Pittsburgh, Akron and Toledo. 26 more words

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