In college basketball, there are plenty of moments that put life and sports in perspective. Jimmy V Week and Coaches vs. Cancer are two of the many things during the season that do just that. Sunday afternoon was another example not only to remind us that college basketball and sports are just games and entertainment, but that there are far more important things in life than sports.
Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future. -John F. Kennedy While the Indians are positioned brilliantly to contend for a 2018 World Series title, the future beyond 2018 remains tenuous and one that many Indians fans have discussed as a
I thought I knew everything there was to know about the Cavaliers. I know nothing.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns give their top five safeties and their overall thoughts of the safeties class in the 2018 NFL Draft.
While good outcomes can come out of horrible processes, the Michael Brantley timeline is one for the ages.
Koby Altman remade the Cleveland Cavaliers overnight — but are the new Cavaliers better than the old Cavaliers?
Melvin Upton is a cheap upside play to replace a hugely productive Austin Jackson season but Upton comes with some immediate advantages as well.
Kerry Coombs will be tough to replace, but Urban Meyer seems to have made a home-run hire, bringing back former Ohio State cornerbacks coach and most recently Temple defensive coordinator Taver Johnson, who was the cornerbacks coach on Jim Tressel’s staff in Columbus from 2007-11.
Ash Day has been an independent blogger writing about the Cleveland Indians since 2013. He has a unique perspective as we highlight his latest for the 2018 Cleveland Indians pitchers and catchers report day.
Jose Ramirez fits the profile of a former Indians second baseman. The breakout and numbers align.
With the new-look Cavs, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina says LeBron James needs to alter his position within the team’s rotation going forward.
For the first time since January 6, 2014, the Buckeyes are ranked in the top 10, coming it at No. 8 in the AP Top 25 after upsetting Purdue and dominating Iowa last week.
Chris Holtmann has turned a thin roster into one of the best teams in the country. He doesn’t (and didn’t) make excuses for the lack of depth or anything else, he has just done the best he can with what he was given. Even if it’s just mid-January through March (and April), Holtmann has turned Ohio State into a basketball school. The basketball Buckeyes are fun again, and for that, Holtmann deserves to be the National Coach of the Years in his first season in Columbus.
No matter which way you look at it, the recent moves by the Cleveland Cavaliers leave the franchise in a better spot today than they were just one week ago.
With just one practice under their belt together, the new-look Cavs not only dominated the Celtics in Boston, but they did so while looking energetic and rejuvenated all while having fun and seemingly being unstoppable offensively.
With the Super Bowl come and gone, we are now officially in the 2018 NFL offseason. We are now in full fledge draft mode across the league. The 2018 NFL Draft is a monumental event for the future of the Cleveland Browns and which direction they go. The Browns hold the No. 1 and No. 4 overall picks in the draft and five picks in the first two rounds. So, the Browns have a chance to make a real move this offseason.
Mike Clevinger’s position of appreciation on the Cleveland Profession Baseball Club is irrelevant. Never the less, Clevinger had a major breakout in 2017 which may have foreshadowed the future of the Cleveland rotation. Clevinger’s surface level performance was exquisite, a 3.11 ERA against and his FIP of 3.85 while suggesting a bit of cluster-luck was still strong considering the league’s elevated run scoring.
The XFL is coming back into our lives. Hopefully, the league learned some valuable lessons about how to make the product more entertaining. So far, Vince McMahon has told us… well nothing.
To say that the Cleveland Cavaliers had a hectic trade deadline would be an understatement. The wine and gold acquired four players while trading away six, completely reshaping their roster. Following the deadline, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Josh Poloha took to WFNY TV Thursday night to talk a little about the trades, why Channing Frye will be missed, and what the new-look Cavs may look like going forward.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina joined Tom and Travis on The Nail in the Coffin podcast to talk the Cavs’ roster reload and what it means going forward.
Cavs could potentially bring in Kendrick Perkins not to help them on the court, but the veteran would could potentially help the transition following the roster overhaul, along with his experience and leadership in the locker room. With the departure of Channing Frye, a guy that keeps things going well behind the scenes is important. Essentially, Perkins’ contributions off the court are more important to the Cavs than his potential contributions on the court.