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Hard Knocks on HBO

Posted Aug 23, 2013

A summary of HBO's Hard Knocks: Training Camp with the Cincinnati Bengals series.



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» August 7: Not so Hard Knocks
All in all Tuesday night's first episode of Hard Knocks: Bengals proved to be entertaining and absorbing, if not a bit lighter and bouncier than its 2009 big brother.


» August 14: Episode 2 gets edgy
There weren't as many gags and there weren't as many one-liners Tuesday night as Hard Knocks got a little more edgy in Episode 2: Back to the Games.


» August 20: Hard Knocks get harder
The third edition of Hard Knocks offered us some things Who Dey Nation already knows but that the rest of the country might not.


» August 27: Coaches continue to star
The Bengals coaching staff continued to get top billing in the HBO series Hard Knocks.


» August 28: A Hard Knocks Life
We are in a small conference room in three rows of chairs just above the Ohio River on the Kentucky side and most of the crew of about 30 that shot that 50-minute piece for HBO is doing what America is doing: seeing Hard Knocks for the first time.


» September 3: Veteran move
Hard Knocks went out like that solid, steady 10-year veteran that always puts on good tape whenever he goes out there.


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