Three times a week columnist Paul Daugherty supplants the morning caffeine of thousands of readers in Cincinnati-and three states around-with a jolt of deadbolt honesty and opinion sharp enough to peel the clich�s off the nearest sportscaster. This collection spans the rich sporting life of Cincinnati in essentially the last decade of the twentieth century, beginning with the joyous and eccentric Super Bowl run of 1988.
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as well as fans of good writing. daugherty is succinct, literate and common-sensical. he makes you laugh, cry and think. that he was voted no. 2 sportswriter in the country was no accident. this collection of columns is terrific reading for all who love cincy sports