SPORTS NEWS FOR THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 2001|
Bengals' vigor for playing muted|
Most Bengals who discussed the terrorist attack said they would play Sunday if the league says to, but some have concerns. The team will bus five hours to Nashville if air travel is not possible.
SULLIVAN: NFL must put sense before $$$|
Back when he was a football apprentice at Notre Dame, Bengals tackle Oliver Gibson recalls a squad of military jets buzzing the Orange Bowl before a big game. He remembers wondering, What if?
IU-UK, Purdue-ND won't play
INDIANAPOLIS After the Big Ten announced it would let individual institutions decide whether to play football games this weekend, Indiana and Purdue decided not to play.
List of sports postponements
Selected sports events canceled or postponed because of Tuesday's terrorist attacks:
Winton Woods' Hite picks Miami (Fla.)
Winton Woods senior Robert Hite, the top-rated basketball recruit in Greater Cincinnati, has made a verbal commitment to play for Miami (Fla.).
Cool kicker comes up clutch for Hamilton
Even after winning two consecutive games with last-second field goals for Hamilton High School including a 51-yarder the loudest thing about kicker Kenny Harper remains the sound of a football booming off the end of his powerful right leg.
Prep football report
Check out this week's polls, get our complete coverage of last weekend's games, or go to your favorite school's page to get game links, roster, and schedule. .
Wednesday's prep results: Cincinnati | Northern Ky.
Smith launches career at practice
Bengals defensive end Justin Smith practiced for the first time Wednesday since ending his holdout Saturday.
RiverBats declared IL champions
The International League cancelled playoffs and declared the Louisville RiverBats, the Reds' Triple-A affiliate, champions for 2001.
Bengals finally sign No. 1 pick|
Justin Smith ended his holdout on the eve of the season opener, signing a six-year deal worth as much as $40.5 million if he makes incentives.
Tristate golf guide
Kentucky Speedway coverage Auto racing coverage
Tennis Masters Series Cincinnati
Where high school stars are going to college
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New look of Cinergy Field
Flying Pig Marathon, including searchable results