WFNY Staff delivers their Top 5 football movies, movie quarterbacks, characters from television/movies, and quotes.
Kyle discusses the intimate relationship between a fan base and its quarterback while breaking up with J.T. Barrett, and names a Jewel song as the “Random 90s Song of the Day.”
New York Jets rookie safety Jamal Adams made waves with his comments about player safety and his willingness to die on the field for the sport he loves. But who is really the bad guy here?
A look at the transition of basketball writing from opinion to analytical over the course of the last several years.
Kyle talks about the NFL’s ratings, Browns apathy, and the Backstreet Boys (kind of).
New writers, virtual reality, soccer, and Pearl Jam? Perfect for a Friday.
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
Indiana is 4-0 this year. Can Ohio State make it 20 straight wins over the Hoosiers?
There is a saying around Columbus, Ohio. It is passed on from father to son, mother to daughter, and neighbor to neighbor. Buckeyes young and old hold it near and dear to their hearts. It goes, “We don’t give a damn for the whole state of Michigan.” Those 11 words serenade Ohio State’s campus every autumn
For the second consecutive week, The Ohio State University Buckeyes struggled at home against an unranked opponent. While the Buckeyes managed to defeat the Northern Illinois Huskies 20-13 Saturday, Buckeye fans will not view the game fondly. Ohio State committed a startling five turnovers – three interceptions and two fumbles – while managing only one
A battle of Heisman trophy winners ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
The only Ohio State pre-game guide you need to read.
We don’t know whether Cardale Jones or J.T. Barrett will start at quarterback when the offense takes the field for the first snap on Monday night. And when I say “we,” I mean all of the 7,364,728,908 people on planet earth minus a handful. Some people might know. Or do they?
What’s in a name, anyway?1 As an aspiring wordsmith, much of my existence is spent deciding when to emphasize that question and when to suppress it; when to answer it and when to ignore it. Words are the elements through which I express myself — my fingers nimbly tapping words across the keys of my board
I love football. That’s probably the laziest way to start a post, and I’m sure it won’t be the last time I figuratively stammer out that platitude.1 My feeble attempt to articulate my inexplicable affection for a silly game is as eloquent and profound as Brick Tamland’s “I love lamp.” But the statement’s absence of imagination
After winning the inaugural college football playoffs last season, the Ohio State Buckeyes are the favorites according to most experts to repeat as national champions this coming season. With all of these high expectations come the preseason accolades. One of the top college football analysts in the country, Phil Steele, is throwing quite a bit of preseason praise
It’s Friday and everyone’s all crossing out things on their brackets, but take a break and read this, wouldja? Chris Borland and the eventual death of old-time football culture… Much like we precede every “fixing MLB” post with “Baseball is not broken,” I’m not going to pretend like the day is near where football is
Big Ten Champions. National Champions. Now Dancing Champions. After watching nine players of the 2015 National Champion Ohio State Buckeyes football team dance at halftime of the men’s basketball game on Sunday, I say yes! Ezekiel Elliott, Josh Perry, Darron Lee, Devan Bogard, Joe Burger, Jalin Marshall, Jeff Greene, Chase Farris and Aaron Parry went
As we have noted, the Browns have interest in a pair of former Buckeye wide receivers that are currently available. These receivers continue to meet with teams, but will likely sign somewhere before the free agency officially opens. PFT reports that Brian Hartline is spending today in Chicago and will likely make a choice between
National Signing Day is the day when high school football players all across the country make their final decision on where they intend to play their college football for next three or four years. Ohio is a hotbed of high school football talent, so many of the big time colleges around the country look at Ohio