Brads’ Breakdown: zooming into college football’s opening weekend
By: Alan Brads
On Tuesday morning, I stepped outside and was met by the crispest cool breeze that southwest Ohio has felt this year. I smiled, not because the breeze felt good, or the air smelled fresh, but because I knew what that feeling perennially means in my life.
College football is back.
No more conference realignment chatter, NIL debates or transfer portal mayhem, just 14 straight glorious weeks of football for our viewing pleasure.
Yes, I know what all you USC and Notre ...
Mistakes loom large in Yellow Jackets loss, drop three straight sets in 3-1 defeat
By: Julia Swain
The once tightly packed bleachers of just over 1100 fans quickly dissipated as the 3-1 Cedarville loss to the visiting Braves came to a close. Despite a relentless effort and high energy from fans and players alike, the Yellow Jackets were unable to string much of anything together and dropped the final three sets to ultimately lose the match.
Head coach Greg Smith recognized one area in particular that he felt his team needed to work on.
“The biggest ...