The Cincinnati Bengals blasted the Kansas City Chiefs, 28-6 yesterday. The Bengals trailed early after a Kansas City field goal, but the Bengals would score 21 unanswered points in the first and second quarter as Andy Dalton threw for one touchdown and rushed for another. Cincinnati would put the exclamation point on the win in the fourth when Dalton found Mohamed Sanu for a 14-yard touchdown pass. Cincinnati is now 5-5 and will host Oakland on Sunday. The game can be heard on 970 WATH with pregame at 11:30 AM and kickoff at 1.
The Cleveland Browns fell to the Dallas Cowboys yesterday, 23-20 in overtime. Cleveland led by 13 at the half after a Brandon Weeden touchdown pass and a pair of Phil Dawson field goals. The Cowboys cut the lead to 10 in the third before taking the lead with six minutes left on a Tony Romo touchdown throw. However, the Browns would answer on another Weeden touchdown pass with one minute left. But the Cowboys tied it with two seconds on the clock on a Dan Bailey field goal. In overtime, Bailey nailed a 38-yard field goal to win the game for Dallas. Cleveland will now host rival Pittsburgh on Sunday at 1.
Elsewhere in the NFL yesterday, Atlanta edged Arizona, 23-19. Tampa Bay snuck past Carolina, 27-21 in overtime. Green Bay bested Detroit, 24-20. Houston outlasted Jacksonville, 43-37 in overtime. The New York Jets topped St. Louis, 27-13. Washington handled Philadelphia, 31-6. New Orleans blasted Oakland, 38-17. New England blasted Indianapolis, 59-24. Denver defeated San Diego, 30-23 and Baltimore ousted Pittsburgh, 13-10.
The Ohio Bobcats basketball team captured it’s third win of the season yesterday, handling Wofford, 73-50. Ohio got off to a slow start, but pulled away midway through the first half with stellar defense, holding the Terriers to just 14 percent shooting in the first period to lead 34-16 at the intermission. Ohio widened the gap some more in the second half, behind D.J. Cooper’s 15 points and a stellar 57 percent shooting mark. The Bobcats will have today off before hosting Hampton on Tuesday night. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pregame at 6:30 and tip off at 7. In other Ohio athletics news, Ohio women’s basketball fell to UNLV, 60-51.
The Ohio State Buckeyes basketball squad topped Washington yesterday, 77-66. The Buckeyes were led in scoring by Deshaun Thomas with 31 points and 8 rebounds and Aaron Craft chipped in with 18 points. The Buckeyes are 3-0 and will take on Missouri-Kansas City on Friday at 6.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Philadelphia 76ers yesterday, 86-79. The Cavs were led in scoring by Alonzo Gee with 17 points, but it was not enough as Evan Turner tallied 19 to help send Cleveland to 2-9. The Cavs host Philly on Wednesday at 6.
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