1. Red Hot: The 2010 Cincinnati Reds Projected Starting Lineup

    The Cincinnati Reds have had a lot of promise over the past few seasons. They have many players who are considered to be the best in the league at their positions...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 4 years ago 1,953 reads 13 comments

  2. Aroldis Chapman Throws Off Mound at Spring Training

    Aroldis Chapman: the savior, the next best thing, or the next Randy Johnson. All things might be true, but it has to start somewhere...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 4 years ago 243 reads 2 comments

  3. Rey Maualuga: Just Anothger Bengal to Fit The Part

    After a disappointing first round playoff loss to the New York Jets, the last thing the Cincinnati Bengals needed was what happened to rookie linebacker Rey Maualuga early this week...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 4 years ago 235 reads 1 comments

  4. A Devastating Blow: Should Have I Expected More From The Bengals?

    As a diehard Bengals fan, I went into the Bengals vs. Jets wild card playoff game with a positive attitude, but when walking out of the stadium in disdain, remembered how with sports in Cincinnati, Murphy's law is always a factor...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 4 years ago 40 reads 0 comments

  5. Billion Dollar Blunder: The MLB Needs a Salary Cap

    Benjamin Franklin was once quoted saying "A Penny Saved is a penny earned". If you were to tell this to the Steinbrenner family, they would simply grin, shake their heads, and point you toward ...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 4 years ago 130 reads 4 comments

  6. Michael Vick Returning at Perfect Time

    Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has been through a lot in the past year. He was arrested for his involvement in a dog fighting ring, and sentenced to prison...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about 5 years ago 48 reads 1 comments

  7. Why Alex Rodriguez Will Be Forgiven By Baseball History

    The top story around the sporting world this week? Non other than the turn up of a positive test for anabolic steroids by Alex Rodriguez. The test is said to be from 2003, and has shocked the baseball world...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 86 reads 4 comments

  8. What Denard Robinson Brings to the Table for Michigan Football

    After an absolutely amazing signing day, Rich Rodriguez could not be more pleased with the players he brought in. One of these players is Denard Robinson...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 663 reads 2 comments

  9. Michigan Recruiting: Rich Rod's Halfback Happenings

    With a stacked defensive recruiting class, Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez is on his way to creating a new and improved Wolverine team...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 1,506 reads 0 comments

  10. Michigans Offensive Playmakers In '09

    Lets take a look at who is going to be making plays for Michigan on offense in 2009.1. WRGreg Mathews—Mathews proved that he could be Michigan's top receiver in 2008 and returning ...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 699 reads 23 comments

  11. Steve Breaston vs. Santonio Holmes: The Ohio State-Michigan Rivalry In The SB

    With two talented offenses taking the field, the long-running Ohio State-Michigan rivalry is renewed once again. Steve Breaston and Santonio Holmes, out of Michigan and Ohio State respectively, will both be lining up at wide receiver come Super Sunday...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 446 reads 2 comments

  12. A Redleg Roster Run-Through: Cincinnati Reds Taking the Field in 2009

    After countless seasons of absolute failure, the Reds, as they are every year, are looking to score some success in 2009. With 21 days 'til spring training, I would like to profile who will probably be on the Reds' 25-man roster come opening day...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 309 reads 0 comments

  13. Isaiah—Does His Name Ring a Bell?

    Along with Craig Roh, Tate Forcier, Anthony LaLota, Taylor Lewan, and all of Michigan's other top recruits, Isaiah Bell has failed to get the attention as the previously mentioned recruits...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 552 reads 0 comments

  14. To Finish or Not: A Final Note on Michigan's Recruiting Class

    As most of us already know, Michigan is once again fielding a top recruiting class for 2009. With names like Tate Forcier at QB, Craig Roh at DE, Taylor Lewan at OT, and Anthony LaLota ...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 974 reads 13 comments

  15. Cincinnati Draft Past: A Look at Recent Bengals Draft History

    After an abysmal 2008 season (4-11-1), the Cincinnati Bengals are looking to have a successful 2009 season. This starts with the 2009 NFL draft. The Bengals have the sixth pick, and will use it wisely...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 430 reads 14 comments

  16. A Hanging Chad: Life Without T.J. Houshmandzadeh or Ocho Cinco in Cincinnati

    After going 4-11-1, the Bengals are definitely looking to improve off of last season's results. Star quarterback Carson Palmer missed most of the season, and the offense stalled until establishing the running game in the final three games of the year...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 381 reads 4 comments

  17. Roh Your Boat: A Closer Look at Craig Roh

    As most Michigan fans know by now, Coach Rich Rodriguez has landed the No. 4 DE in the nation, Craig Roh, out of Scottsdale, Arizona. Roh stands 6'4", 225 pounds. He is the 2008 ESPN Rise Arizona player of the year...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 446 reads 11 comments

  18. Ravens Vs. Steelers: A Battle for the Ages

    This weekend, we will see the two best defenses in the NFL take the field. They will be playing for the ultimate goal. A chance to play on the final Sunday of the season. The Superbowl...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 67 reads 0 comments

  19. No Chris Wells or Michael Crabtree: Marvin Lewis Is Eyeing an OT or DT

    I'm getting fed up with all these articles about Chris Wells or Michael Crabtree being the answer for the Bengals. Chris Wells, or Michael Crabtree are not the answer for the Bengals...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 164 reads 0 comments

  20. Morgan Trent, Terrence Taylor to Represent Michigan in East-West Shrine Game

    CB Morgan Trent and DT Terrence Taylor have been selected to represent Michigan in the East-West Shrine game in Houston tomorrow, to be aired at 4 p.m. on ESPN 2...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 205 reads 2 comments

  21. Minor Man on Campus: Brandon going to have Major year in 2009

    Brandon Minor is anything but Minor. He stands 6-feet-1 and weighs 214 pounds. In his three years at Michigan, he has been held to under 300 carries, due to the success of RB Mike Hart...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 411 reads 5 comments

  22. Tate Forcier: A Closer Look At Michigan's Future

    As all Michigan fans are, I am very excited for what the 2009 season brings, including quarterback Tate Forcier. Forcier is projected to compete for the starting job with QB Steven Threet and is likely to win the job...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 693 reads 12 comments

  23. Gone With the Wind: Seven Former College Quarterbacks We May Never See Again

    In college football, there are often many great quarterbacks that play. Many of these quarterbacks go on to have great NFL careers. But some of these great college quarterbacks barely get a chance in the NFL because of their size or skill set...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 195 reads 7 comments

  24. The Only Way Is Up: the Five Steps Towards A Wolverine Incline in '09

    1. Solving the Quarterback fiasco Michigan had a wide array of quarterbacks this season. From opening the season with Nick Sheridan, and then using Steven Threet, and at one point, even taking off Justin Feagan's red shirt to backup in case of injury...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 804 reads 22 comments

  25. Tony Dungy: The End of an Era

    Tony Dungy: 10 years, 10 playoff appearances, and one Super Bowl. An MVP Quarterback—twice—and the love of a nation. Tony Dungy did it the right way. He is the first coach to beat every one of the 32 NFL teams...

    Bennett Kaplan Written by Bennett Kaplan about over 5 years ago 83 reads 0 comments