For a championship-starved city, it may seem like eons ago. But in reality, the Golden Age of Cincinnati Sports was just about two decades ago.

In the span of three years, from 1989 to 1992, the Reds won the World Series, the Bengals played in the Super Bowl and the Cincinnati Bearcats advanced to the Final Four.

Back then, Nick Lachey was a high schooler at Cincinnati's School for Creative and Performing Arts. Lachey went on to worldwide fame as a member of the band "98 Degrees," but he never lost his love for the Queen City's sports teams.

In an exclusive interview with ThePostGame, the 39-year-old Lachey relived his best sporting moments growing up in Cincinnati.

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