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This week, we’re introducing a new series called, “Thoughts from Quarantine.” Every week, three of our editors will answer a variation of this simple question: “How are you feeling?” This week’s prompt is, “How are you feeling about the differences between your previously normal routine and new reality?”
Jack Sorenson knows he probably looks ridiculous.
It’s Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, and Chuck Martin is working on maybe two hours of sleep.
CINCINNATI — I’m 9 years old in the spring of 2008, and I’m sprinting toward my driveway.
When Landon Stephens stepped on home plate after crushing a three-run bomb, he found his dad in the crowd, pointed at him and started tearing up.
Chuck Martin’s contract extension is official.
A Miami University football Twitter account spilled the beans.
The final five seconds of the Battle of the Bricks and Bam Bowman’s career at Millett Hall started ticking down.
The typically-unflappable Sam Sloman had a moment.
Dae Dae Grant just stood there.
On his penultimate warm-up pitch, Grant Hartwig felt his elbow pop.
The RedHawks had little to complain about last weekend.
The Miami RedHawks did not have the opportunity most teams relish.
"Pick a side of the line.
Thirty seconds into the game, Gordie Green broke free.
Precious Ayah asked Miami’s head coach to take him out of the game.
Jack Owens repeated himself six times.
Dalonte Brown laughed at Precious Ayah.
As Patrick Mahomes hit Damien Williams for the go-ahead touchdown pass, Deland McCullough II’s world turned into a blur.
On the most memorable sports day in recent memory, Mekhi Lairy and many of his teammates were lacing up their Adidas sneakers and slipping on their red Miami jerseys when one player entered the locker room and yelled the news.