Florida receiver Marvin Robinson will join the football cats, according to UK sports writer Larry Vaught. According to VaughtsViews.com, Robinson of Fort Lauderdale is now on the Kentucky roster and eligible to play in the upcoming season. The 6’4″ 175-pounder will wear #80 for UK. During his H.S. Senior season he picked up offers from Wisconsin, Florida State, Indiana and more, while catching 36 passes for 559 yards and 2 touchdowns.
The Cincinnati Reds opened up a 6 game Westcoast series last night at the San Francisco Giants and came away with a 7-5 victory. Both teams combined for five home runs in the game, led by Reds OF - Jay Bruce's two homers. The Giants had taken a 5-4 lead in the fifth inning against Anthony DeSclafani, but the Reds answered in the sixth against Jake Peavy with a Joey Votto leadoff double, followed by Bruce's two-run homer to right field. DeSclafani's six-game quality-start streak was snapped, but emerged with the victory allowing five runs and six hits over five innings with two walks, six strikeouts and two home runs.
Up next for Cincinnati is game 2 of this 3 game series vs the Giants. Cody Reed will make another attempt for his first big league win for the Reds. Reed (0-4, 6.75 ERA) is coming off his first quality start last Tuesday, when he allowed two unearned runs and five hits over six innings vs. the Braves. Game time is set for 10:15 PM and available on AM 600 WKYH in Paintsville.
The Bengals released safety Taylor Mays on Saturday, five days before the team reports for the start of training camp. Mays played for the Bengals from 2011-2014. He spent last season in Oakland, and re-signed with Cincinnati in the offseason. He was trying to win a job on special teams and filling in on defense. Mays has started 15 games in his career, including five last season for the Raiders. He has no career interceptions and one sack.
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