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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Browns

0-13 Browns thoughts on London, the draft, and more

Don’t normalize the Browns moving training camp to Columbus or a game to London. It’s not alright.

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WWW

Crushing the Cleveland Browns for Columbus news: While We’re Waiting

The Cleveland Browns look absolutely ridiculous having their name linked to moving training camp while they’re embroiled in one of the worst seasons in NFL history.

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WWW

Columbus Browns, The A to Z Podcast, and Shawn and Shelby: While We’re Waiting…

Happy Friday WFNY nation! I’m joking. We don’t do the “nation” thing here. Happy Friday just the same. I’m happy to be here in a veritable dead zone of sports as we wait for March Madness. So let’s talk about stuff… . The $5 million in public funding is dead, but the Browns are moving

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WWW

Games, stadium debts, and Deftones: While We’re Waiting…

A look at the closing of Yahoo! Games, stadium funding, and some Deftones.

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Featured, General

Columbus Crew SC: Ohio’s Best Futbol Team

The state has one professional soccer team, so if you’re going to support, you should support Columbus.

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Blue Jackets, Featured, Lake Erie Monsters

Anyone for Hockey?

Considering giving hockey a try? The Columbus Blue Jackets may just be the team for you.

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Headlines

Indians to promote Cody Anderson for MLB debut on Sunday

This Sunday, the Cleveland Indians will call up starting pitcher Cody Anderson from Triple-A Columbus to make his MLB debut against the Tampa Bay Rays. The 24-year-old right-hander was the Indians’ Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2013, but struggled in Double-A Akron last year. Anderson seems to have turned it around this year,

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Headlines

Boston Marathon, Donald Sterling, and TV Overdose: While We’re Waiting

A few quick thoughts about the Boston Marathon – First, thanks to Craig for filling in for my WWW last week. The reason I wasn’t able to do it was because I was in Boston watching my sister run in the Boston Marathon. Shortly after qualifying for the marathon last year, my sister decided she

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Multimedia, Podcast

NFL Draft, music, media, market size, attendance, and stuff – WFNY Podcast – 2014-04-24

Sorry for the lack of podcasts this week, but I’m traveling for work. I just happened to be in Columbus though and had a chance to meet up with Andrew in person at my hotel. I looked pretty funny carting my podcasting gear through the hotel lobby, but whatever. Andrew and I had a chance

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General, USMNT

We’re going to Brazil! The United States clinch a World Cup berth on the eve of the 12th anniversary of September 11

Wednesday was September 11, 2013, the 12th anniversary of one of the most tragic days in our nation’s history. After the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, sports helped to remind the nation why we were stronger than any enemy. The NFL postponed one week of games, but when the league returned to action on

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Clippers

Da Clip Show: Keeping an Eye on the Tribe’s AAA Squad – 4/21/2011

Clip Show aims to be your weekly update for all things Columbus Clippers. Check back each Tuesday afternoon for team records, roster updates, and performance updates on some of the brightest prospects in the Tribe system. Ok, a couple quick notes. First, DP is out of town so I will be sitting in his chair

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Indians

David Huff Optioned, but Who’s Taking His Spot?

Following what has been an abysmal-at-best start to the 2010 season, the Cleveland Indians have decided to option starting pitcher David Huff to Triple-A Columbus.  Through 13 starts, the left-hander is 2-9 with a 6.04 ERA and 1.69 WHIP, striking out 34 and walking 30.  There’s a chance that the 25-year-old Huff can work out his

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Clippers, Indians

Columbus Clippers Celebrate Opening Day With Impressive Display of Offense

Opening Day, or really Opening Night, was one of those nights when being a pitcher probably isn’t very much fun. On a cold, cloudy, windy night in Columbus though, it wasn’t the weather that made life miserable for the Indianapolis Indians pitchers. Instead, it was the Columbus offense that punished the Pirates’ affiliates all night

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Indians

Indians Perhaps Looking To Bolster Ohio Fanbase

In an attempt to bolster their fan base stretching deep into central Ohio, it would only make sense for the Indians to move their AAA operations to Columbus in 2009. The Columbus Clippers have had an interesting run, that’s for sure. After beginning as an affiliate for the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1975, the Clippers would

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