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Did you know Tracy played on 5 major league teams?
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My favorite site. Not for those easily offended.
This is a great NBA blog. The NBA (National Basketball Association) is a professional men's basketball league, consisting of 29 American teams, and one Canadian team. It was founded in 1946. Cincinnati used to have a team. I wish it did now.
Better Off Red
Jamie Ramsey is the Assistant Media Relations Director of the Reds. He takes you behind the scenes of a Major League team. And he writes funny captions for his photos.
Plenty of scenery and funny stuff on Big Smudge. I'll be honest, these guys told me they were fans of my show, and even if they didn't mean it, that gets them linked.
Bugs and Cranks
If it's about baseball, these guys usually have something to say about it. And it's usually funny.
Booze, Ladies, and Football.
Calling It Like It Is
A guy from Cincinnati, who uh, well he calls it like it is.
Chris Sabo's Goggles
A Reds fan stuck in Chicago does a blog. He says the purpose of the blog is to inform people of the Reds without the geeky stuff, like facts for example. My kind of guy.
You're probably thinking this website is about me. Actually, it's not.
Local college basketball blog by two guys...one a UC fan, the other an XU fan.
The Godfather of sports blogs.
My favorite baseball blog. I thought I loved the game, then I read these guys.
Stuff guys like. At least stuff normal guys like.
Hugging Harold Reynolds
Very funny sports blog with one of my favorite names.
John Clay's Sidelines
John is an outstanding writer who covers everything and anything UK-related.
Larry Brown Sports
The other Larry Brown, not the guy who's coached half the teams in the NBA.
Look At Me Shirts
Be the guy in the ironic shirt. Take credit for someone else's joke.
Mo Egger's Blog
Did you really think my blog wouldn't be on a list of "favorites?"
Do you like mind-numbing statistical analysis of the Reds? Do you treat every game like the fate of the world rests on it? This site is probably not for you.
Most negative man in America. And I usually agree with him.
Pro Football Talk
Not daily, but almost hourly reading for NFL fans.
Everything and anything Reds...and more, by Reds fans.
Rush The Court
The Ubiquitous college basketblog.
A little UK, a little Louisville. A lot of funny.
Anything and everything hoops.
A Cincinnati guy based in Vegas. What I'd write if I could write.
Because some things can't be taught.
I admit, I'm a geek.
Who Dey Revolution
No site better captures the frustration of being a Bengals fan better than this one. Fan empowerment at its best.
1) No, this isn't a Toby Keith album cover. It's some Georgia football player preparing for a tornado.
2) Athletes cheat. Yesterday it was A-Rod and Ray Lewis, among others. Allegedly. Maybe. My eyes start to glaze over earlier and earlier with every story about an athlete doping, cheating, rubbing cream and clear, taking hormones, spraying deer antler crap in the mouths, peeing on each other's scabs, injecting steroids into their buttocks, or whatever these guys are doing to get an edge.
These leagues can impose whatever penalties they wish. They can invent new ways of detecting PEDs. They can respond to every whistle-blower out there. It won't matter. These guys will continue to seek advantages and will continue to try to circumvent, and in some cases, blatantly ignore the rules. They would've done it in the 1950s and they'll do it in the 2050s.
It's not worth getting upset over. And it's certainly not worth pretending to get upset over.
3) UC v. Rutgers. After what felt like six months off, the Bearcats are back at it tonight. College basketball teams evolve during a season, and the good ones don't resemble in February what they were in November. If the Bearcats are going to separate themselves from a crowded pack of teams with three league losses in the Big East, that evolution must begin tonight. Somewhere, among the Rubles, Sanders, Thomas, Jackson, etc. mass of inconsistent players, there has to be someone Mick Cronin can count on consistently. And while he's likely better than he was a week ago when he played at Syracuse, Cash's minutes will be a story all season. With 11 regular season games to go, this team has to be able to play stretches without him.
4) Xavier v. Dayton, and the potential end of a long losing streak. Flyer fans, at least the ones I talk to, have been looking ahead to tonight for months. The reason is pretty obvious: the Musketeers are vulnerable. But this ain't exactly a powerhouse UD team (since I adopted the Flyers as my second-favorite college basketball team in the fall of 1995, there has yet to be a "powerhouse UD team"), and it's a Flyer squad that aside from a notable win at Alabama, has failed to win close games on the road.
The streak very well could end tonight - Dayton is better offensively, with more options and XU is one of the rare teams the Flyers can control on the glass - but until I see a UD team win in Cincinnati against Xavier, I have a hard time believing it will.
And if it does end, wouldn't the fact that Xavier is not exactly fielding a typical Musketeer squad cut into it just a bit? Don't get me wrong, I want the alma mater to win tonight. But a win at Cintas would mean a lot more if A) they were beating a good XU team and B) I felt like it legitimately had the potential to springboard them to something a little more meaningful these final five-six weeks.
5) Kentucky made the NCAA Tournament last night. Ole Miss helped, refusing to take advantage of the Wildcats' early foul trouble, and understandably wanting nothing to do with trying to score against Nerlens Noel, who was fantastic. (Find me another college player who could block six shots after picking up his fourth foul. Get back to me on that.) How good was Noel? Kyle Wiltjer had the game of his life and no one noticed because Nerlens controlled it.
They're not "back." If they were, they wouldn't have let Ole Miss back in the game, but for a stretch they looked the way Wildcat fans envisioned them this season, and given the amount of winnable games in front of them, plus what last night's win did for their resume, the talk of UK not making the Dance should be put on hold.
...But Wait There's More.
-Would you pay $3000 to watch a game with anyone? If so, might I suggest Adam Schefter?
-Reason number two to root for the Ravens on Sunday: Joe Flacco likes Gummi Bears. Find me someone who doesn't like Gummi Bears and I'll show you a Communist.
-Remember Randall "Pink" Floyd from Dazed and Confused? Post-high school life isn't treating him well.
-Stupidity gets rewarded. Bay are couple sends stranger $5,900 for "Super Bowl' tickets, get nothing in return. And Ticketmaster rewards them. I want to see Fleetwood Mac in Chicago in April. Might have a buddy take out a Craigslist ad, send him money, get no tickets in return, then see if Ticketmaster will send me some floor tickets.
-Ed Reed. I've always begrudgingly liked him. This is a really good story about him.
-The Indy 500 just became a little less important. Ashley Judd won't be appearing at the race anymore.
-Our Super Bowl Party. It'll be at Willie's in Western Hills. There's a ton more info here. I expect to see you.
-Radio show at 3:04 today. Retiring Bengals assistant Jim Anderson will be among our guests. Catch is this afternoon on ESPN1530. What the hell, here's some more bad lip reading....