Paul Daugherty, Enquirer

Paul Daugherty

Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States

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Recent:
  • Enquirer
  • USA TODAY
Past:
  • The Courier-Journal
  • NewarkAdvocate.com
  • The News-Messenger
  • Chillicothe Gazette

Recent articles by Paul:

Doc's morning line: Name, Image and Likeness is changing the game for Bearcats

NIL is changing everything so fast, only the most nimble (and well funded) in college sports have a prayer of staying in front of it. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Be mad at the Reds if you like. At least they aren't the Cubs.

What’s worse: Not having money and not spending any, or having money and not spending any? → Read More

Reds benefiting from youth movement with Graham Ashcraft, Alexis Diaz

New blood can be inspired blood. Look at the players who have helped the Reds lately like Graham Ashcraft and Alexis Diaz. → Read More

Player who got DQ'd from U.S. Amateur Four-Ball for split putter grip: 'It’s a rule. I broke it’

How does an illegal split-grip confer such an advantage that a player can be DQ’d for using one? “I can’t answer that, I have no idea,’’ Gingerich said. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Only golf can have so many ridiculous rules

Who was the passive-aggressive nerd who decided to report this breach of ridiculous rules? Somebody stone that chap with a bucket of X-Outs. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: I never thought I'd see Tiger Woods more beloved than Phil Mickelson

I mean “popular’’ in the approachable, Everyman sense of the word. Woods’ popularity as a player is unquestioned. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Controversial sports media get rich preying on simple minds of fans

Americans don’t like the media because they can’t trust it and they claim to be sick of opinion masquerading as news. But that's what sells. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Fixing the Reds' approach with Hunter Greene, Tyler Stephenson

If Hunter Greene hurts his arm throwing adrenalized pitches in pursuit of a relatively meaningless no-no, what has anyone gained? → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Schedule release another example of NFL excess; Bengals schedule tough

No league does ridiculous better. Just when you thought you’d catch a football breather, the NF of L decides to turn the dates and times your favorite team plays into just another Christmas Day. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Is the pace of baseball its charm, or its problem?

More isn’t better. More is just more. I like chocolate chip cookies, but I don’t eat a bag of them at a time. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: The NCAA needs NIL to be less Wild West, more Midwest

The world isn’t black and white. It’s gray. So is this issue. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Kentucky Derby again proved horse racing's unique thrill, charm

Did you see it? Rich Strike ran like Secretariat down the stretch. You need to watch the overhead replay from NBC. → Read More

Doc's TML: The hardest job in sports today is broadcasting the Cincinnati Reds

Not only does The Club lose every night, it loses in the same fashion. How does anyone make this listenable? → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: This is the biggest mistake of the Castellini ownership era

You could say it was firing Dusty Baker or failing to make timely trades, but Paul Daugherty pinpoints the biggest mistake of the Castellini era. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Are the Reds at rock bottom? Nope, they have 140 more games.

Three games in Milwaukee, beginning Tuesday, suggest the descent isn’t yet complete. Salvation arrives over the weekend, when the Pirates arrive. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Cincinnati Bengals are sitting pretty in tonight's NFL Draft

When you’re drafting Best Available, or at least not desperately trying to fill a big need, you don’t have to reach. The good work the Bengals have done in free agency the last two years puts them in that category. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Fan behavior quickly becoming a problem in sports

Perusers of This Space might recall TML’s utter disdain for fans who feel their tickets come with a Jerk License. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: Enjoy the NFL Draft, Desmond Ridder. Good things for good people.

Who drafts Desmond Ridder will be as important as where he’s picked. Ridder had a Grade-A defense and a conga-line of good running backs at UC. → Read More

Doc's Morning Line: The NFL Draft is vital to a team's success, but it's not interesting

I won’t know the Bengals 1st-round pick from a ham and cheese sandwich. A center, maybe? They’re thinking of picking a center? Fascinating. → Read More

Doc's TML: Villanova's Jay Wright wasn't like the self-important college basketball coaches

Jay Wright will be missed. Thanks for teaching basketball the way you did. → Read More