This Week in Sports

Cincinnati Reds Caravan makes a stop in Louisville

01/22/2015 08:51 PM

Hundreds of Cincinnati Reds fans came out to slugger field Thursday night for the annual Reds Caravan. The caravan is hitting five different states and covering roughly 3,300 miles in four days in order to give fans an opportunity to interact with some current and former players. Catcher Brayan Pena, pitcher J.J. Hoover and outfielder Phillip Ervin signed autographs and answered questions for the fans. Other guests on the caravan include Hall-of-Fame broadcaster for the Reds, Marty Brennaman, and Hall-of-Fame... Read more 

What do the coaches do at the AFCA convention

01/13/2015 11:30 AM

The American Football Coaches Association is in Louisville through Wednesday. This is a chance for coaches, player personnel directors, sales reps, and anyone associated with the sport to learn, grow and develop.  Read more 

Louisville is the center of the Football Universe (for a few days)

01/12/2015 05:22 PM

The AFCA, the American Football Coaches Association, is holding its convention in Louisville. Anyone having anything to do with football, will at some point make their way to the Bluegrass. We caught up with one of the game’s top assistants, to get his take on Monday’s playoff and the future of the sport.  Read more 

Muhammad Ali out of the hospital and back home

01/07/2015 10:07 AM

The Great One has won another battle. Louisville’s Muhammad Ali is out of the hospital and back home. Ali was originally hospitalized December 20th. Ali was initially thought to have pneumonia, but doctors later determined the former three time heavyweight champion was suffering from a severe urinary tract infection. Ali, who has been battling Parkinson’s Disease, will turn 73 on January 17th.  Read more 

Why the Bengals are still planning, even after being eliminated

01/06/2015 08:00 PM

The Cincinnati Bengals have gone 1 and out in the playoffs 4 years in a row, and yet that hasn’t stopped head coach Marvin Lewis from planning…for the future. Lewis fully expects to be the Bengals head coach next season and he is already hard at work preparing for the 2015 season.  Read more 

Still no playoff win for Bengals

01/05/2015 11:29 AM

The Bengals made the trip over on 74-W to Indianapolis this weekend looking for their first playoff win since January 6, 1991. Making the playoffs for a fourth straight year is no easy task, but it’s been clear all season that only a playoff victory would count this year a success. Cincinnati was unable to find that success Sunday. The Bengals came up short, losing to the Colts 26-10. The game was close at half, with the Colts leading 13-10.... Read more 

Bengals drop AFC North title game; set to face Colts in playoffs

12/29/2014 11:30 AM

Turnovers continued to plague the Bengals in primetime Sunday night. Cincinnati lost the AFC North title game to the Steelers 27-17 in a game that included two Andy Dalton interceptions and an A.J. Green fumble. The Green fumble came on a late fourth quarter drive and kept the Bengals from making a comeback. In addition to Bengals turnovers, the Steelers got plenty of help from wide receiver Antonio Brown. A 71-yard punt return and a 63-yard touchdown reception by Brown... Read more 

NFL Playoff Match-ups set

12/29/2014 10:48 AM

The Cincinnati Bengals are one of 12 teams left in the NFL Post Season. Here are the NFL Playoff Match ups: Saturday, Jan. 3 NFC: 4:35 p.m. (ET) Arizona at Carolina (ESPN) AFC: 8:15 p.m. (ET) Baltimore at Pittsburgh (NBC) Sunday, Jan. 4 AFC: 1:05 p.m. (ET) Cincinnati at Indianapolis (CBS) NFC: 4:40 p.m. (ET) Detroit at Dallas (FOX) NFC Byes: Seattle, Green Bay AFC Byes: New England, Denver Read more 

What the Bengals' win over the Broncos means

12/24/2014 11:30 AM

Following the Bengals’ win over the Broncos which clinched the team a spot in the playoffs, the locker room was full of excitement as players praised one another for their performances and not cracking under pressure.  Read more 

Primetime win over Manning clinches playoffs for Bengals

12/23/2014 11:30 AM

Merry Clinchmas, Cincinnati. The Bengals killed a few birds with one stone last night on Monday Night Football; they finally beat Peyton Manning (he previously was 8-0 vs. Cincinnati), won a big time game in primetime and clinched their fourth straight trip to the playoffs. It took only two passes before Andy Dalton threw a pick six to Aqib Talib and the scene seemed all too familiar. The difference was this time the Bengals responded. The next drive, Jeremy Hill... Read more 


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