Ohio State returns to Columbus for their first home game as reigning champs. An in-depth look at what the Hawaii-Ohio State may hold.
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Can the top-ranked Buckeyes live up to the hype in 2015?
Tribe and Browns and college football, oh my.
Things get dark when the lights turn on.
Writers have spilt gallons of ink writing about the Cleveland Browns and their abundance of quarterbacks since 1999. Statistically if you are reading this then you probably started a game under center for the Browns in the past 16 years. Despite an exhaustive and thorough vetting process the club has failed to identify a franchise
This month, for the first time since 1997, Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game returns to Ohio. Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati will host baseball’s best and brightest for the 86th Midsummer Classic. Hosting the All-Star Game presents a platform for the host city/region to promote not only its ballclub but also its local culture
On Monday the Cleveland Cavaliers agreed to terms with free agent point guard and former Cavalier Mo Williams. Mo only played in Cleveland from 2008-11, but he made a measurable impact and quickly became a fan favorite. Supporters remember him as a quick point guard with a penchant for threes who arrived via trade to play
The Cleveland Cavaliers captured the Eastern Conference crown in 2015. This means two very important things: 1) I get to buy a new t-shirt celebrating a Cleveland sports accomplishment, and 2) the club will play in the NBA Finals starting Thursday night. Their opponent, the Golden State Warriors, won 67 regular season games, the Pacific
This past weekend, while most of you were asleep in Northeast Ohio, the Cleveland Indians traveled to the Pacific Northwest to play four games against the Seattle Mariners. Both teams received lavish praise from writers in the spring and neither has lived up to the hype so far. However, the teams’ records mattered little to
For the fifth time in franchise history, and first since 2009, the second-seed Cleveland Cavaliers have advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals. There to greet them, as chalk may have it, is the top seed Atlanta Hawks, with little in the way of star power, but talons sharp and waiting. Both clubs stand four victories away
For the better part of a year, a Cleveland Cavaliers – Chicago Bulls playoff series seemed inevitable. Both teams actively improved in the offseason: Chicago signed Pau Gasol and Cleveland added Kevin Love and LeBron James. It was never clear which round, but most national pundits agreed the road to the Eastern Conference crown would
When it comes to college football, most of the Buckeye State is united in the state’s namesake. Professional baseball, however, is a different story. The Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Detroit Tigers, and Pittsburgh Pirates can all claim portions of Ohio as their base. While we can safely guess which baseball hats you would see in Kirtland, it
After agonizing over lottery balls for the past four springs, the Cleveland Cavaliers return to the postseason. And which team is there to greet them? The Boston Celtics: Longtime playoff tormentors and the club that eliminated the Wine and Gold in 2010. To call this matchup “juicy” is an understatement. There are plenty of articles
There is nothing quite like Opening Day. The smell of hot dogs and beer in often 40-degree temperatures is as sure a sign of spring as baby birds hatching and your 1099s showing up in the mail. Cities across the country come alive, gathering at their ballyard giddy with anticipation of the nascent baseball season.
In an era of 72-inch TVs, couches that will rub your feet, and Roombas that bring you the remote control, it’s easy to watch NCAA Tournament games from afar. Despite all of the modern-day amenities in the world, there is still nothing like watching your team in person. On Thursday, I was lucky enough to see my
Since 2009, March in Ohio has meant one thing: The Ohio State University Buckeyes are wearing their dancing shoes. For the seventh straight year the men’s basketball team has a shot at the championship. The Buckeyes will face Virginia Commonwealth University in the Round of 64 this Thursday in Portland, Oregon. Before the Madness begins, however,
Since the Cleveland Browns did not make the Super Bowl once again, I have decided to choose a temporary rooting interest in the “big game” on Sunday. It’s not an easy call. Neither team is especially likeable from a Clevelander’s perspective: Seattle is the reigning (more like “raining” am I right?) champs and New England already
Winter in Cleveland is not conducive to baseball. The unforgiving cold and unwieldy snow serve as a better backdrop to hockey or frostbite. While we shovel the driveway, Chris Antonetti and Mark Shapiro are working the phones to try and find the right players to boost the Cleveland Indians’ chances in a strong Central Division
For years, “attending a bowl game” sat idly on my sports bucket list. This year when the Ohio State Buckeyes earned the final spot in the inaugural College Football Playoff my family jumped at the chance to see the Buckeyes play Alabama in the Sugar Bowl. The fact that we could enjoy New Year’s Eve at New