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Soccer: Cincinnati on MLS offensive, Columbus on defense

Soccer: Cincinnati on MLS offensive, Columbus on defense

CINCINNATI (AP) — Political and business leaders in Cincinnati are pushing toward their goal of scoring a Major League Soccer franchise, while in Ohio's capital city, soccer supporters are on defense.
In a few years, Ohio could have two MLS teams. Or still just one.
Or nil.
The 22-year-old league's growth plan got sha ... (full story)


Left out of playoff, Ohio State gets USC in Cotton Bowl

Left out of playoff, Ohio State gets USC in Cotton Bowl

Left out of the title race, Ohio State is instead returning to the stadium where the Buckeyes won the first national championship in the four-team College Football Playoff system.
The Big Ten champion Buckeyes will play in the Cotton Bowl on Dec. 29 against Pac-12 champion Southern California in a matchup of 11-2 teams that flash ... (full story)


Excel in cycling class

Well, the time is here…and honestly…I’m not too jazzed about it. No, I’m not taking about an upcoming Ugly Christmas Sweater party. I’m lamenting about the three grueling month’s worth of winter indoor cycling classes looming in my future.
Now you’d think that as a coach I’d be g ... (full story)


Derrick Rose leaves Cavaliers to handle ‘personal matter’

Derrick Rose leaves Cavaliers to handle ‘personal matter’

CLEVELAND (AP) — Derrick Rose's injuries may have pushed him to a breaking point.
The former league MVP, who has been trying to revive his career with the Cavaliers, left the team recently to handle a personal matter. A team spokesman said that Rose has been excused since Wednesday, Nov. 15, and there is no timetable for h ... (full story)


The simple back squat

Seems more often than not when I introduce clients to the back squat they inevitably respond with the same uneasy question: “Isn’t squatting bad for the knees?” Unfortunately, there’s some validity to their question.
That’s because many people––and I do mean many––perform thi ... (full story)