1. Troy Smith: Triangle Offense All By Himself

    Troy Smith hasn't had the most luck in his career at the quarterback position. He has proven himself to be a big time play maker, but nothing has come easy for the former Heisman Trophy winner...

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  2. Would the Bengals Do Better in the NFC North?

    The Bengals have been a team that has been very talented but have failed to bring that great talent on the field on a consistent basis, whether it's players not coming to play or players getting injured...

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  3. Cavs Look for Their Man of Steel: Can Shaq Help LeBron Get a Ring?

    The NBA Finals this season was supposed to be a battle between Kobe Bryant and LeBron James. The two best players in the world, along with the two best teams going head to head...

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  4. Andre Caldwell: TJ Houshmandzadeh's Protégé?

    Andre Caldwell arrived in Cincinnati last season coming from a talented Florida Gators team that a year before won the National Championship. He was one of the many talented players on the team, and was a hybrid player with receiving and running ability..

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  5. Chad Ochocinco: Best Receiver for the Bengals, or Ochostinko?

    At one point and time, there was a point that no one wanted to guard Chad Johnson. He was a fast receiver with excellent hands and a threat for defenses in deep ball situations...

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  6. Superman and Magic Just Too Much for King James and Cavs to Handle

    It's official. Orlando has prevented in making this a season to remember for the Cleveland Cavaliers. Orlando just wouldn't let this game go back to Cleveland, and instead will be taking it to L...

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  7. Cavaliers-Magic: MVP's Offense Won Game Five, But Can It Win Game Six?

    In a game that the Cleveland Cavaliers desperately needed to win, who other but LeBron James carried his team in the fourth quarter for a 112-102 win. In the fourth quarter, James stood at the top of the key and let everything flow through him...

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  8. The Cavaliers' Keys To Avoiding Embarrassment

    The Cavaliers have been completely out-played in this Magic series. They haven't been able to successfully shut down Dwight Howard, accept for their win where they held him to 10 points...

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  9. How the Cleveland Cavaliers Are the NBA's Indianapolis Colts

    The Cleveland Cavaliers have been the most dominant team in the NBA. They were near tying the Celtics for best home record in NBA history, and are led by the most dominant player in the NBA...

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  10. NBA Playoffs: Terminators vs. Resistance

    On the week that the new Terminator Salvation movie was released to theatres, the Eastern and Western Conference Finals started to take place...

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  11. Troy Smith over Michael Vick: Why the Former Buckeye Is the Better Choice

    Everyone keeps wondering what's going to happen to Michael Vick. Where will he go, will he get reinstated, will he be any good? But no one has stopped to think about other talent in the league...

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  12. Should the Vikings Go for Brett Favre or Michael Vick?

    The biggest news coming out of the NFL of late has been Brett Favre and his potential return from retirement again, and Michael Vick being released from prison. Most people know both of the stories...

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  13. Carson Palmer: Taking His Leadership to New Heights

    Carson Palmer has been a great player for the Cincinnati Bengals. He’s been their leader, one of their best players, and the voice of the Bengals team. Now, he has taken everything up a notch since the very disappointing 2008 season...

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  14. Cleveland Cavaliers Lose First Game, But Panic Isn't the Answer

    The Cavaliers lost Wednesday's game against the Orlando Magic 107-106. It was a confidence booster for the Magic in a series that they are not favored to win.Should this loss panic people? No, it absolutely should not...

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  15. Fourth and Long: Dallas Cowboys Looking For Their Vince Papale

    A lot of people seen the movie Invincible, when Mark Wahlberg played former walk on to the Philadelphia Eagles Vince Papale. Papale came to a publicly open tryout to become a member of the Eagles team...

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  16. Terrelle Pryor: College Football's Superman

    Tim Tebow has been amazing since his freshman year at Florida. He is arguably the strongest quarterback in college football. He can score with his arm as well as his legs, and has led his team in winning the 2009 National Title...

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  17. Can the Cincinnati Bengals' New Defense Get Them to the Playoffs?

    In 2005 the Bengals made it to the playoffs by having a great offensive season and being one of the best teams at forcing turnovers. Since that season they have been a decent offense and one of the worse defenses in the NFL...

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  18. Cincinnati Reds: Great Pitching Equals Winning

    For the past couple years the Reds haven’t had a very big problem in the scoring part of baseball, but they struggled in keeping the other team from scoring...

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  19. Will LeBron James Be in Cleveland Next Season?

    LeBron James is clearly one of the best players in the NBA, and also one of the best athletes of this generation. He’s taken a team that hasn’t achieved greatness and put them in a position for great things...

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  20. With So Much Talent, Who Will Be the Buckeyes' Leading Rusher?

    Last season, if you asked who would be the Buckeyes biggest rusher, it would be no question: Chris “Beanie” Wells. Now, Wells is in Arizona to make a big difference and the Buckeyes have to find a new rushing leader...

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  21. Will Someone Win Their Second Heisman This Season?

    The only person to ever win the Heisman Trophy twice was Archie Griffin. Since then there have been plenty of younger players to win the Heisman and set up to win a second, but all have failed...

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  22. Buckeyes' Gridiron Gladiators: AJ Hawk vs. James Laurinaitis

    When you look at A.J Hawk and James Laurinaitis they are two completely different players. You have Hawk, the mullet, the size, and strength. With Laurinaitis you get athleticism, speed, and an animal...

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  23. Rey Maualuga: Armed and Dangerous

    When linebacker Rey Maualuga fell to the Bengals, fans in Cincinnati forgot about the first-round pick and his problems. They looked at the Bengals and smiled, because they have made one of the smartest decisions they've made in a while...

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  24. Thaddeus Gibson: Will He Be as Effective as Vernon Gholston?

    In the 2008 NFL Draft, only one Buckeye was taken in the first round—Vernon Gholston. Gholston was a rare talent, able to play both defensive end and the flats as well...

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  25. Bengals Clean House: Chris Perry and Others Cut

    Chris Perry was the Bengals first round pick in 2004. In his senior season at Michigan he rushed for 1,674 yards scoring 18 touchdowns and finished fourth in Heisman Trophy voting...

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