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Second Thoughts: Versatile QBs are the difference in college football
 I made my annual Black Friday trip to Dick’s Sporting Goods and two things stood out: 1) Brick-and-mortar stores are still relevant. It was nearly impossible to find a parking spot and the lines were long. 2) Champion is the sports clothing brand that delivers the most bang for the buck. Much better than Nike. Ohio State’s scintillating...

10:06 PM Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016

I made my annual Black Friday trip to Dick’s Sporting Goods and two things stood out: 1) Brick-and-mortar stores are still relevant. It was nearly impossible to find a parking spot and the lines were long. 2) Champion is the sports clothing brand that delivers the most bang for the buck. Much better than Nike. Ohio State’s scintillating...
Second Thoughts: Time for Barrett to seal his Buckeye legacy
 I tried to have lunch at Zombie Dogz on Brown Street last week, just to see what all the fuss is about. Unfortunately the line was out the door and I wasn’t going to wait with a bunch of hipsters for a hot dog. I’ll try again, and hope these magical dogs are better than those dollar dogs at the Reds games. It’s Michigan...

10:17 PM Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016

I tried to have lunch at Zombie Dogz on Brown Street last week, just to see what all the fuss is about. Unfortunately the line was out the door and I wasn’t going to wait with a bunch of hipsters for a hot dog. I’ll try again, and hope these magical dogs are better than those dollar dogs at the Reds games. It’s Michigan...
Second Thoughts: Time for Barrett to seal his Buckeye legacy
 I tried to have lunch at Zombie Dogz on Brown Street last week, just to see what all the fuss is about. Unfortunately the line was out the door and I wasn’t going to wait with a bunch of hipsters for a hot dog. I’ll try again, and hope these magical dogs are better than those dollar dogs at the Reds games. It’s Michigan...

10:17 PM Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016

I tried to have lunch at Zombie Dogz on Brown Street last week, just to see what all the fuss is about. Unfortunately the line was out the door and I wasn’t going to wait with a bunch of hipsters for a hot dog. I’ll try again, and hope these magical dogs are better than those dollar dogs at the Reds games. It’s Michigan...
‘Burned’ American flag will remain in UD art department
 An American flag altered to appear that it was burned has been hanging in the art department at the University of Dayton for a week, and it has elicited a wide range of hand-written responses. The flag was hung in a hallway at Fitz Hall by an anonymous individual two days after the election. It will remain there, said UD Provost Paul Benson...

5:32 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

An American flag altered to appear that it was burned has been hanging in the art department at the University of Dayton for a week, and it has elicited a wide range of hand-written responses. The flag was hung in a hallway at Fitz Hall by an anonymous individual two days after the election. It will remain there, said UD Provost Paul Benson...
‘Burned’ American flag will remain in UD art department
 An American flag altered to appear that it was burned has been hanging in the art department at the University of Dayton for a week, and it has elicited a wide range of hand-written responses. The flag was hung in a hallway at Fitz Hall by an anonymous individual two days after the election. It will remain there, said UD Provost Paul Benson...

5:32 PM Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016

An American flag altered to appear that it was burned has been hanging in the art department at the University of Dayton for a week, and it has elicited a wide range of hand-written responses. The flag was hung in a hallway at Fitz Hall by an anonymous individual two days after the election. It will remain there, said UD Provost Paul Benson...
Second Thoughts: Flyers look fine, but they need Pollard
 If you’re looking for something to do Thursday night, consider the “Living Legends” program sponsored by Wright State University. The event annually honors a Dayton Daily News superstar, and this year’s spotlight is on Hal McCoy. I get to introduce the crafty southpaw and promise not to talk too long. The event begins...

10:04 PM Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016

If you’re looking for something to do Thursday night, consider the “Living Legends” program sponsored by Wright State University. The event annually honors a Dayton Daily News superstar, and this year’s spotlight is on Hal McCoy. I get to introduce the crafty southpaw and promise not to talk too long. The event begins...
Second Thoughts: Flyers look fine, but they need Pollard
 If you’re looking for something to do Thursday night, consider the “Living Legends” program sponsored by Wright State University. The event annually honors a Dayton Daily News superstar, and this year’s spotlight is on Hal McCoy. I get to introduce the crafty southpaw and promise not to talk too long. The event begins...

10:03 PM Saturday, Nov. 12, 2016

If you’re looking for something to do Thursday night, consider the “Living Legends” program sponsored by Wright State University. The event annually honors a Dayton Daily News superstar, and this year’s spotlight is on Hal McCoy. I get to introduce the crafty southpaw and promise not to talk too long. The event begins...
McCoy to be honored as DDN ‘living legend’
 Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy will be honored at the “Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archives” event on Nov. 17 at Wright State University. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Endeavour Room in the WSU student union. Doors open at 6:30 and the event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the...

9:14 PM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy will be honored at the “Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archives” event on Nov. 17 at Wright State University. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Endeavour Room in the WSU student union. Doors open at 6:30 and the event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the...
McCoy to be honored as DDN ‘living legend’
 Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy will be honored at the “Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archives” event on Nov. 17 at Wright State University. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Endeavour Room in the WSU student union. Doors open at 6:30 and the event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the...

9:14 PM Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016

Hall of Fame baseball writer Hal McCoy will be honored at the “Living Legends of the Dayton Daily News Archives” event on Nov. 17 at Wright State University. The program begins at 7 p.m. in the Endeavour Room in the WSU student union. Doors open at 6:30 and the event is free and open to the public. Parking is available in the...
Second Thoughts: Big Ten crosses line with Friday night money grab
 Election Day is upon us and I’ll be voting Tuesday. Never understood why anyone would choose to vote early because, hey, you never know. Whatever happens, the sun will come up Wednesday. Probably. Gordon Gekko would love the Big Ten and the way college football is trending. For you millennials, Gekko was the bad guy in the 1987 movie...

8:32 PM Saturday, Nov. 05, 2016

Election Day is upon us and I’ll be voting Tuesday. Never understood why anyone would choose to vote early because, hey, you never know. Whatever happens, the sun will come up Wednesday. Probably. Gordon Gekko would love the Big Ten and the way college football is trending. For you millennials, Gekko was the bad guy in the 1987 movie...
Butler County bucks trend: Area schools remain polling places
 Students in Butler County’s 11 public school systems won’t have classes on Election Day Nov. 8, bucking a trend and allowing buildings to be used as polling places. The county is countering a regional trend of fewer schools being used as voting locations. School security is the main reason given by districts opting out. Butler...

12:00 AM Tuesday, Nov. 01, 2016

Students in Butler County’s 11 public school systems won’t have classes on Election Day Nov. 8, bucking a trend and allowing buildings to be used as polling places. The county is countering a regional trend of fewer schools being used as voting locations. School security is the main reason given by districts opting out. Butler...
Second Thoughts: A World Series day game at Wrigley would be awesome
 If your kids are like mine, they are too old to knock on doors asking for candy. But they do it anyway. I won’t stop them from acting goofy on Halloween as long as they promise to bring back Almond Joys and Kit Kats. Baseball is relevant right now with great storylines all over the Cubs-Indians World Series. America’s pastime...

7:19 PM Saturday, Oct. 29, 2016

If your kids are like mine, they are too old to knock on doors asking for candy. But they do it anyway. I won’t stop them from acting goofy on Halloween as long as they promise to bring back Almond Joys and Kit Kats. Baseball is relevant right now with great storylines all over the Cubs-Indians World Series. America’s pastime...
Security concerns keeping voters out of schools
 Fewer schools are being used as polling places in the region, mostly because of security concerns. Some districts where schools are used as polling locations, including Kettering and New Lebanon, will close on Election Day as a safety precaution. Many schools lock their doors daily after the opening bell, which isn’t possible if there...

4:00 AM Friday, Oct. 28, 2016

Fewer schools are being used as polling places in the region, mostly because of security concerns. Some districts where schools are used as polling locations, including Kettering and New Lebanon, will close on Election Day as a safety precaution. Many schools lock their doors daily after the opening bell, which isn’t possible if there...
Security concerns keeping voters out of schools
 Fewer schools are being used as polling places in the region, mostly because of security concerns. Some districts where schools are used as polling locations, including Kettering and New Lebanon, will close on Election Day as a safety precaution. Many schools lock their doors daily after the opening bell, which isn’t possible if there...

6:21 PM Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016

Fewer schools are being used as polling places in the region, mostly because of security concerns. Some districts where schools are used as polling locations, including Kettering and New Lebanon, will close on Election Day as a safety precaution. Many schools lock their doors daily after the opening bell, which isn’t possible if there...
Second Thoughts: Cleveland, the center of the sports universe

9:20 PM Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016

I went to Elder-Beerman last week in search of long underwear for the prep football stretch run. Couldn’t find any and bought some men’s “leggings,” which are being marketed as the modern answer to long johns. My daughters talk about leggings, but I still made the purchase. Take 10 points off my man card. A lot of...
Second Thoughts: Big Ten’s newest additions add little to conference

7:35 PM Saturday, Oct. 15, 2016

College basketball practice has tipped off with Midnight Madness and other gimmicks. As a public service message, I’m here to notify you that UD and Wright State begin their seasons in 26 days. (Not against each other, silly). The Big Ten should stop pretending it was smart to add Rutgers and Maryland to the fold in 2014. The BIG is...
Iconic Dayton church could be turned into student housing
 The pending sale of South Park United Methodist Church has some neighbors worried that the iconic structure could be redeveloped into student apartments or other “undesirable” high-density uses. A limited liability company has a sales option for the church property — located at Brown Street and Stonemill Road — and...

8:43 PM Monday, Oct. 10, 2016

The pending sale of South Park United Methodist Church has some neighbors worried that the iconic structure could be redeveloped into student apartments or other “undesirable” high-density uses. A limited liability company has a sales option for the church property — located at Brown Street and Stonemill Road — and...
Second Thoughts: Good to know that some things never change

10:02 PM Saturday, Oct. 08, 2016

Wonder what Notre Dame thinks about its decision to basically join the Atlantic Coast Conference in football. Instead of playing (and losing) Saturday in catfish conditions, the Irish could’ve scheduled a school like, say, Purdue. Like they did for years. Tough to feel sorry for ND. It’s never too early to talk about Ohio State-Michigan...
Second Thoughts: Good to know that some things never change

10:02 PM Saturday, Oct. 08, 2016

Wonder what Notre Dame thinks about its decision to basically join the Atlantic Coast Conference in football. Instead of playing (and losing) Saturday in catfish conditions, the Irish could’ve scheduled a school like, say, Purdue. Like they did for years. Tough to feel sorry for ND. It’s never too early to talk about Ohio State-Michigan...
Second Thoughts: Bengals’ Super Bowl window slamming shut

8:02 PM Saturday, Oct. 01, 2016

Has anyone snapped a photo of one of these stupid clowns? We all have devices that will take video, connect to social media, cook dinner, you name it. But not one clown photo. This whole thing is as ridiculous as the mere thought of Urban Meyer coaching at LSU. The Bengals beat a bad Miami team on Thursday night. Mike Nugent had to ice his...
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