Who’s #1 In The MAC?…Coldwater and Marion meet Friday in the titantic game in the area to decide the pecking order in the MAC. Aaron Harlamert (#1, above) and Coldwater have won three straight state titles, Marion has four. Read more in today’s Friday “Picks”.
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Despite flat performance against Indiana, Ohio State coach said his team is playing hard … Cardale Jones still has backing of staff after so-so outing … Red-zone failures haunting Buckeyes this season. Read more from Doug Harris in today’s inside feature.
We don’t get to relive our childhood. And it is said you can’t go home again. But on a quick trip to New England a few days ago I was able to experience both. Sort of.
Scary Good?….They turned out in all kinds of garb Sunday to see the Bengals play near-perfect offense and defense that gave ground and seven field goals to the Chiefs…nothing else. Read more from Greg Hoard in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
One week after giving up 51 points to Springfield, and after allowing 21 points and 252 yards to Piqua in the first half, Butler completely shut down the Indians offense in the second half to win the GWOC North opener.
How You Like Him Now?…Andy Dalton gave another glimpse of his new confidence, leading the Bengals in an impressive character win Sunday over the Baltimore Ravens. Read more from Greg Hoard in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
A new month and a new batch of remarks from Press Pros readers near and far…on Bruce Hooley, marching bands, memories of our dads, safety in football, and the forgotten Ohio State champions of 1966. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Trojans almost overcome 24-point fourth-quarter deficit … Quarterback Hayden Kotwica ties program single-game record for TD passes … Troy shows positive signs with late spurt.
Eagles Grounded…Covington’s defense rose to the occasion to stop Troy Christian’s potent attack and the Buccs’ offense brought one very surprising play to bear in a 28-14 win Friday. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature by Joe Neves.
It’s almost like rolling dice. When wildlife biologists start dragging the bottom of Lake Erie’s western basin each summer to check out what kind of fish hatches they have to work with, sometimes they are pleasantly surprised. Like this year.
Marvin Moment…Marvin Jones’ touchdown grab before the half drew the praise, but a win over San Diego in the home opener raised anticipation of a Bengals team finally set to deliver. Read more from Greg Hoard in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
Bitter-Sweet Memories….Thirteen years after meeting in the 2002 playoffs, Troy Christian and Covington meet again Friday, and those who were there for the first game have not forgotten, some more and some less. Read more in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
When Browns owner Jimmy Haslam bought the team, he said the road the rebuilding the team’s fortune would be founded upon picking first and second-round draft choices who would be Pro Bowlers. Uh…guess again!
It is perhaps the most overused, and misused, word in sports and in our culture. Some coaching thoughts on the value of loyalty, and lessons learned the hard as to its misuse! As it pertains to baseball from UD coach Tony Vittorio, in his latest column.
With subdued numbers Coldwater still overwhelmed St. Henry to claim its latest victory, its latest shutout, and to extend a winning streak.
Coach challenges offensive line, will keep alternating quarterbacks … Buckeyes look to get back on track after coming short of usual totals against Hawaii … Northern Illinois will be solid test. Read the Buckeye beat from Doug Harris in today’s Press Pros feature.
Both quarterbacks fail to find rhythm in rout of Hawaii … Ohio State out of sync despite 38-0 win … Vonn Bell leads solid defensive effort. Read more from Doug Harris in today’s inside feature.
Now in his 10th season at Lehman, Roll has an admirable record of 73-34, with seven playoff trips in his first nine seasons. But there is a quirky element to that record. Read more from Joe Neves in today’s Press Pros inside feature.
On a very wet, soggy night, the Red Devils scored early and often to dampen the Milton-Union Bulldogs in the route 571 rivalry for the 7th straight time.
The latest from those who read these pages and take the time to share an opinion…in this edition on “trophies”, Chris Borland, and the future of high school football. What you won’t read anywhere else, in today’s Press Pros inside feature.