The Ohio State Buckeyes dropped to 10th in the most recent AP Top 25 yesterday after a tough loss at home to now 6th ranked Kansas. The Buckeyes also fell to 10th in the Coaches poll. Ohio State will now host Chicago State on Saturday at 4:30. The Ohio Bobcats return to action on Saturday evening as they travel to Oklahoma. Ohio has struggled of late and have yet to win on the road this season and would love to knock off the Sooners in Norman. The Bobcats meet the Sooners on Power 105 on Saturday night with pre game at 7:30 and tip off at 8.
In today’s NBA Christmas action, Boston visits Brooklyn at noon. New York is at the LA Lakers at 3. Oklahoma City travels to Miami at 5:30. Chicago welcomes Houston at 8 and the LA Clippers host Denver at 10:30.
In College footballs Sheraton Hawaii Bowl yesterday, SMU blew past Fresno State, 43-10.
Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis told media yesterday that he plans to not rest his starters in the final week with a playoff spot already wrapped up. Lewis has in previous years selected to rest starters with a playoff spot wrapped up. The Bengals opponent, Baltimore, has already clinched the division. The past two times Lewis rested starters, the Bengals lost in the first round. The Bengals and Ravens on Sunday can be heard on 970 WATH with pre game at 11:30 AM and kick off at 1.
In other NFL news, the Indianapolis Colts welcomed back head coach Chuck Pagano yesterday. Pagano had been diagnosed with leukemia earlier in the season, but returned after beating the disease. The 52-year old coach will take over a team that clinched a playoff berth last week with their 10th win of the season and will coach the Colts on Sunday in their final regular season game.
The Cincinnati Reds have signed 7’1 Dutch right-handed pitcher Loek Van Mil. Van Mil is 28-years old and ended 2012 pitching for the Indians’ Triple-A affiliate in Columbus. Van Mil had a 6.48 ERA in six appearances in Columbus. In 27 appearances last year with the Indians’ Double-A affiliate, Van Mil posted a 1.94 ERA over 46 1/3 innings.
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