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.
Newspapers? Home pages? Podcasts? Whither our allegiances?
Canton, Ohio is the renowned the birthplace of football, and the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And, CantonRep.com reports, if representatives from the Pro Football Hall of Fame have their way, then it will also be a future host for the NFL Draft. David Baker, president and executive directory of the Pro
In the recent Draft Day movie, for all of its known quirks, my favorite guffaw might have been the mention of Canton in the early goings. The movie erroneously said “Canton is just 20 miles from Cleveland.” That’s just not true. It’s 60 miles. Maybe 50 to the Hall of Fame. But, despite that factual
Tom Reed from the Cleveland Plain Dealer is covering the NFL Rookie Symposium in the Cleveland area and all indications are that proximity to the Hall of Fame in Canton could keep the event in Ohio for the foreseeable future. Troy Vincent, the league’s vice president of player engagement, told The Plain Dealer on Wednesday
The Cleveland Cavaliers announced Wednesday afternoon that they have brought Luke Harangody back up to the big club from the D-League’s Canton Charge. Harangody, who had a huge game filling in for Antawn Jamison in Washington last weekend, was in the middle of helping the Charge in the D-League Playoffs, but will now finish out