The WFNY Staff opens up about their popular and unpopular stances on sport movies.
Music is an important component of life. As such WFNY takes the time to detail some of the songs that have shaped their musical tastes.
The Browns Friday Fumble is back in action ahead of the 2017 NFL Draft. Nothing but serious draft analysis here.
The Hot Sports Boys are not satisfied with pre-seasons, training camps or other non-real sports games. So what do they do? They fix it for us!
The Hot Sports Boys are once again fighting those fat cats in Washington! Not really. They’re discussing and dismantling the traditions of officiating sports.
The Hot Sports Boys are back and they’re taking down another hot topic. This time the HSB’s want you to @ them about league expansion and team relocation.
It’s trade deadline day and we’re talking about all the scenarios. Additionally, we discuss Kyrie Irving’s flat earth theories.
The Super Bowl left many commentators debating overtime rules. The last word, however, belongs to the Hot Sports Boys.
Rajai Davis has signed with the Oakland Athletics, but the memories of Game 7 of the 2016 World Series will live forever with fans of the Cleveland Indians.
WFNY kicks off their Best of 2016 series with a look at one of the bigger national stories to be published on these pages: The firing of long-time USMNT head coach, Jurgen Klinsmann.
Time to yell “GOOOOOOOOAAAALLLLL” when Akron alumni take the field for USMNT.
A look at the Kevin Costner film “Draft Day” in advance of the 2016 NFL Draft in the latest edition of “Anything to add, Monty?”
A beginner’s guide to Columbus Crew SC, Ohio’s MLS franchise. Learn about the team’s history, traditions, and chances of winning the 2016 MLS Cup.
WFNY is proud of our assortment of writers and are especially grateful to be blessed with its daily readership/viewership. As part of our year-end festivities, WFNY has put together an Author Spotlight series to allow the readers to get to know the writers a bit better by pulling back the curtain on their thoughts and
We’ve got ourselves a series. The Cleveland Cavaliers were able to triumph in Game 2, meaning that, despite all of the injuries, the Wine and Gold have claimed home court advantage and have nothing but a pesky west coast team standing between them and a championship. So I’m here once again to help you understand
Late Wednesday night, the Cleveland Cavaliers announced that Kevin Love underwent successful surgery on his injured left shoulder that will keep him out of action for the next four-to-six months. The team will, in turn, have to proceed through the rest of the NBA Playoffs with no hope of his return. The second Kevin Love
The Cleveland Cavaliers are back in the playoffs. Time for heated competition and even more heated rivalry. Some of my favorite playoff memories were forged not in loving the Cavs, but in hating a series opponent. But if you are like me, the murky depths of the Eastern Conference haven’t exactly been on your radar this
Cleveland Browns president Alec Scheiner could be a very angry man this evening. An image circulating on Twitter shows what are claimed to be the team’s new orange alternate jerseys. The image shows the front and back of what appears to be a jersey for Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden, complete with the new “brighter”
Governor of Brohio Adam Gockowski finds himself in hot water this week as allegations concerning the fixing of hot dog races have led to a grassroots effort to recall the embattled Governor. The allegations stem from an email reportedly sent by Gockowski to one of the hot dog racers, Onion, in which he instructed her to deliberately
Dave talked with Chris Clem (@chris_clem), a Chicago-based comedian born and raised in Stow. In addition to being a touring comedian, Chris, as a huge cavs fan has recently started the Chris Clem Cavs Cast (C4Podcast for short) which can be found at Chris Clem’s Podcast site. They had a great time discussing. The Cavs