When you win a game as easy as the Buckeyes did over UNLV, it’s easy to look at all the good things that happened. While plenty of good things did happen, some bad things (and no ugly things) happened as well.
With Carmelo Anthony all but demanding a trade from the Knicks, New York was in a tough spot. Before they decided to trade him to the Thunder, the Knicks offered the Cavs Melo in a deal that included Tristan Thompson (and others). the Cavs rejected it.
After demolishing UNLV and due to the upsets that took place across the college football landscape, Ohio State dropped (again) to No. 11 in the AP Top 25 and stayed put at No. 9 in the Coaches Poll.
As was expected, UNLV wasn’t much competition for Ohio State. Urban Meyer was able to play his backups for over half of the game while J.T. Barrett and the starters dominated and led the Buckeyes to a 54-21 win.
After stating that he wouldn’t waive his no-trade clause to the Cavs all summer, it appears that Carmelo Anthony would now allow a trade to Cleveland in order to join one of his best friends. Now, it just comes down to the Cavs and Knicks agreeing on a deal, if they actually choose to do so.
On Monday, the Ohio State men’s basketball team had zero commits in the class of 2018. Four days later, the Buckeyes now have three commits and currently own the 13th-best class in the country (sixth-best in the Big Ten) in 2018.
The Browns wide receiver group is arguably their biggest weakness this season, and that took a huge hit on Sunday after their top receiver, Corey Coleman. After an impressive 2017 debut, Rashard Higgins may be one of the players who will improve immensely.
Looking for a silver lining in IT’s hip injury? Derrick Rose is reportedly “killing it” in preseason workouts.
The Buckeyes should easily take care of business on Saturday against UNLV, but just in case Buckeye Nation or the team are hyped up for the game, Ohio State has you covered.
After all of the changes that have taken place this offseason for the Cavs, they can now start to focus on the 2017-18 season. With Media Day less than a week away, plenty of questions have already been raised about the new-look Cavs. But two things seem certain come October 17: Tristan Thompson will be the starting center and Kevin Love will have a bigger role on offense.
FIlled with plenty of good and not so much bad (and no ugly), the Buckeyes took care of business on Saturday. We take a closer look at the stats from the game.
Ohio State may have beaten Army, but AP voters believed that it wasn’t enough with the way other teams performed over the weekend and dropped them from No. 8 to No. 10. The Coaches Poll on the other hand kept the Buckeyes at No. 9.
Ohio State got back in the win column, beating Army, 38-7. J.T. Barrett surpassed former Purdue quarterback Drew Brees for the most touchdowns in Big Ten history, J.K. Dobbins seems to have officially locked up the starting running back spot, and the Silver Bullets proved their dominance in stopping the run.
What a three weeks it’s been for the Indians. With their win Saturday afternoon paired with the Twins losing to the Blue Jays Saturday night, Cleveland has clinched the AL Central title for the second year in a row.
Can the Buckeyes bounce back against Army? This week’s trailer looks to set the tone for just that.
Ohio State’s offense has struggled in roughly six of the eight quarters. Some blame J.T. Barrett, but offensive coordinator Kevin Wilson is taking the blame upon himself.
They may struggle to win more than four games in 2017, but Ben Roethlisberger sees plenty of good things ahead for the Browns as long as they continue to improve as they gain more experience.
DeShone Kizer was sacked a whopping seven times in his NFL debut. While some were rookie moments that he will have to learn from, others can be blamed on Hue Jackson as well. We take a look at each sack and see who should take the blame.
The Cleveland Indians won their 21st consecutive game Wednesday afternoon. We show you the top highlights from the record-breaking game.
While some seem to think that they are playing too good too early, Pedro Gomez doesn’t seem to think so. He thinks the Indians can stay hot throughout the postseason, too.