By Jake Geiger, Staff writer The Cincinnati Bengals miracle season fell just short as they lost to the Los Angeles Rams 23-20 in the Super Bowl this past Sunday. Though they lost, there have been many positives this season. The most important factor in the Bengals’ success in the playoffs was their defense and how it steadily improved throughout the season. Coming into the season, there were low expectations for the Bengals as star quarterback Joe Burrow was coming off a gruesome ACL injury. They had the worst odds to win the Super Bowl as well. Early on, the Bengals … Continue reading Analysis: Bengals’ key defensive improvements
By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer The Cincinnati Bengals shocked the NFL landscape as they have reached their first Super Bowl since 1989. All three playoff games came down to the final seconds. The Bengals defeated the Las Vegas Raiders with a game-winning interception at home in addition to two game-winning field goals against the Titans and the Chiefs on the road by rookie phenom Evan McPherson. They now face the LA Rams at SoFi stadium in Los Angeles. The Rams came into the playoffs as the No. 4 seed in the NFC. Their road to the Super Bowl has also … Continue reading Bengals advance to Super Bowl LVI against LA
By Jake Geiger, Staff Writer Xavier women’s tennis team were handed their first defeat this season against Big Ten power Purdue after a 7-0 defeat. The Musketeers now move to 2-1 in the early season. The Musketeers began play with one win and two losses in the doubles slate. The win came from the No. 2 doubles team as redshirt sophomore Kat Lyman and graduate student Anne-Sophie Courteau defeated Purdue 6-3. Both of Xavier’s losses in doubles were tight matches. The first doubles team of sophomores Anna Roggenburk and Imani Graham fell 6-4 while the third doubles team of sophomore … Continue reading Women’s tennis suffers an early blow
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