Now No. 2, Cincinnati a True Playoff Contender, with No Room For Error

The 2021 college football season may have some notes of 2007, but it is not there yet. We are in season eight of the College Football Playoff format, and a Group of 5 team is not just on the outside screaming for people to pay attention. It is currently in position to be in theContinue reading “Now No. 2, Cincinnati a True Playoff Contender, with No Room For Error”

The Reds are Fun. The Pirates Just Make Me Sad(der)

This weekend, I had family come visit me in Cincinnati. Along with taking them to all the spots of note in the city, we went to Saturday’s Reds game against the team I grew up with, the Pittsburgh Pirates, and the 11-3 win for Cincinnati was no surprise to me. In fact, the t-shirt IContinue reading “The Reds are Fun. The Pirates Just Make Me Sad(der)”

Cincinnati: One Year Later

You always grow familiar with a certain place after you have lived there for some time. For over two years, the rural Oklahoma town of Woodward, a place I never thought I would venture to before the summer of 2016, was my home for work, where I learned to appreciate the small town life afterContinue reading “Cincinnati: One Year Later”

Being a Pessimistic Pirates Fan in a Pessimistic Sports Town

Being from Pittsburgh, I really have no excuse to complain about my sports teams. The Penguins have won three Stanley Cup since 2009 and five in my lifetime. I’ve seen the Steelers win two Super Bowl and go to four. But if I have one gripe with pro sports in the Steel City, it wouldContinue reading “Being a Pessimistic Pirates Fan in a Pessimistic Sports Town”