They couldn’t be more different in their current recruiting personality. But if Urban Meyer ever senses that Jim Harbaugh’s status as, Minister of Cool, is costing him recruits OSU covets, you can bet he’ll scour his storage closet and find his sleeping bag.
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We know there’s still two months of winter left, but soon you’ll be seeing a lot of baseball on Press Pros already. And there’s a very good reason why. Read about it on the latest inside feature from Press Pros.
It was a festive night at Hobart Arena, but the Tippecanoe Red Devils refused to join the party. Read more about it from Joe Neves.
They’re out there. You probably don’t see them – but they are out there. Coyotes are everywhere – urban areas as well as rural. And they can cause problems.
Led by two under-classmen off the bench, Minster picked up a critical win and thrust itself into the crowded MAC title picture. Read Joe Neves story of the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
All signs point to trouble. Jackson Center’s Scott Elchert wasn’t pleased with official Chuck Docken’s charging call, or what he saw from Russia’s second half comeback Friday…a 53-48 win for the the Raiders. Read more in today’s inside feature from Press Pros.
A Hand For The Coach…Ft. Loramie’s Carla Siegel accepts the congratulations of her team following Thursday’s historic win over Jackson Center. Her 340th career win set a new school mark for all sports. Read more in today’s inside feature.
After nine seasons at Covington Dave Miller is moving on to football closer to home…at Kettering Fairmont. He takes with him one very impressive resume’, and here’s why. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
As another baseball season approaches, I always assess our commitment to leadership as much as I do our commitment to stats. Put the two together and you’ve got a winning combination.
When Rivals Meet…Sidney atoned for a heart-breaking loss at the beginning of the season, and served notice at Piqua’s expense that stopping the Jackets now can be like stopping a freight train. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature. (Photo by Julie McMaken Wright)
The GWOC North champions are unbeaten with two games to go, but coaches and players alike say they have unfinished business in the post-season.
What we’ve heard since our recent columns on the cheering ban in Wisconsin is the argument between the “practical”, and the “the please”…of what we want to believe about the job we’ve done as parents in teaching children appropriate behavior. More in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Buckeyes falter down stretch in upset bid … Ohio State can’t find go-to guy on young team … NCAA tourney hopes take another hit. Read more from Doug Harris in our latest Buckeyes feature.
David Blatt never grasped that NBA coaches often serve at the pleasure of the talent on their roster. The trick is to get players to do what a coach wants, while making the players think it’s their idea.
Key contributions from players up and down the roster led the defending Division IV state champions to their biggest win of the season.
A gritty effort and some unexpected contributions helped the Versailles Tigers claim an impressive road win Friday over Coldwater. Read more in our report on the clash for first place in the MAC.
A controversial basket followed by a disastrous third quarter was more than Tippecanoe could overcome in a home loss to league leading Tecumseh. Read Joe Neves’ story of the game in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
It’s as much an issue with some as the final score, how to accept both victory and defeat. A number of people have written to share their views on humble “winners” and unhappy “losers”. Read the comments of recent Press Pros readers in today’s inside feature.
Led by a stifling defense and Justin Ahrens, the Tigers led from start to finish in an emphatic win over the Red Devils. Read Joe Neves’ story today in Press Pros.
Tough Crowd…Tri-Village’s Tyler Van Winkle (#5, blue) found anything but an appreciative audience when he tried to score Tuesday against the Miami East Vikings. The Vikings’ superlative defense stifled the defending state champs in the Cross County Conference showdown. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.