Browns

Fifteen Years Without Playoffs

The Cleveland Browns have not been to the playoffs since 2002, which is the longest playoff drought in team history. But, what about in terms of the overall NFL?

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Indians

There and Back Again: Joe Smith’s Tale

The Cleveland Indians added relief pitcher Joe Smith and it will be a homecoming for the Ohio native.

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Indians

Familiarity Breeds Success

The Cleveland Indians have done well in the AL Central Division with the Detroit Tigers coming to town. But, how well does a team typically need to do in the division to win it?

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Indians

Why Can’t the Tribe beat the Twins? An Investigation.

The Cleveland Indians were swept, at home, by the Minnesota Twins. How? Well, we have a few theories about it…

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Cavaliers

One Year Later: The Flag Still Flies

The Cleveland Cavaliers won their first championship on June 19 2016, and no one can take that away from Cavs fans. It might be a year ago, but the memory is fresh.

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Cavaliers

What now? How to Live in a Post-“Champion Cavaliers” World

Cleveland is a city of champions. Let’s act like it.

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Buckeyes

Chris Holtmann Named Head Coach of Ohio State Basketball

The Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball team will be coached by former Butler head coach Chris Holtmann.

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Buckeyes, Headlines

Matta Out as Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball Head Coach

The Ohio State University Athletic Director Gene Smith announced on Monday that Thad Matta is no longer the head coach of the school’s basketball team, effective immediately. Earlier Monday, the school released a surprising statement that announced that Smith and Matta would have a joint press conference at 2 p.m. ET, but what it was

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Cavaliers

The Rubber Match: Cavaliers – Warriors Finals Preview

Here is what you need to know about the Cavs and Warriors headed into the 2017 NBA Finals.

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Indians

Revisiting the 1992 AL Rookie of the Year Race

Kenny Lofton did not win the 1992 AL Rookie of the Year Award with the Cleveland Indians. 25 years later, it is quite obvious that he was robbed of the honor.

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Cavaliers

Shipping Up to Boston: Cavaliers vs. Celtics Eastern Conference Finals Preview

Previewing and predicting the Eastern Conference Finals matchup between the Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics.

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Indians

Imperfect Indians since 1981

Len Barker is still the last pitcher for the Cleveland Indians to throw a perfect game (or no hitter). With the current staff and bullpen that trivia could change any day.

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Buckeyes, General

NCAA Announces Hosts for 2019-22 Championships

The NCAA announced host cities and venues for its championship events for the 2018-19 through 2021-22 academic years, and Ohio makes more than a few appearances.

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Cavaliers

The Real Season Begins: Cavs-Pacers First Round Preview

News, notes, highlights, and a prediction surrounding the Cleveland Cavaliers’ first-round matchup with the Paul George and the Indiana Pacers.

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Cavaliers

A History of Champions and Momentum

Putting the Cavaliers’ recent play in perspective with historical NBA champions.

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Indians

Ranking the AL Central on a historical basis

Sure, Kansas City has recent history on their side, but what about if we look back a bit further?

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Indians

So You Won the Pennant Last Season. Now What?

WFNY’s Corey Barnes looks back at what the Indians have historically produced the year after a pennant.

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WWW

The Blue Jackets, The Chris Gethard Show, and Sports Passport: While We’re Waiting

Does your sports passport stand up to Corey’s?

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Buckeyes

Ohio in the Tournament

The Ohio State Buckeyes might not have earned an invite, but there are plenty of Ohio teams for which to root on in March Madness.

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Buckeyes

Thad Matta’s Ohio Problem

The Ohio State Buckeye’s men’s basketball program has fallen on hard times. One solution is for Thad Matta to figure out how to keep Ohio high school talent in-state.

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