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Suicidal thoughts lead sportscaster to create ‘The Mental Game’ podcast

| Ken Garner
Brandon Saho, a Cincinnati kid covering Cincinnati sports for a Cincinnati TV station, ran onto the field Jan. 30, 2022, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City moments after Evan McPherson’s 31-yard field goal in overtime gave the Cincinnati Bengals a 27-24 win over the Chiefs. Around the 50-yard line, Bengals coach Zac Taylor grabbed Saho and gave him a hug – the Bengals were headed to Super Bowl LVI.
Mental health advocate Brandon Saho met with juniors and seniors at Milton High School and the general public at the Clyde L. Gracey Community Center on Jan. 26-27.

 

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