Will the Browns bounce back against the Buccaneers? WFNY’s Corey Barnes brings you the Friday preview of the Cleveland vs Tampa matchup in Week 7.
What’s it like to be a Cleveland fan after the elusive championship in 2016, the Indians’ destruction by the Astros, LeBron James’ departure, and the Browns’ most recent rock-bottom? Let us look to Wile E. Coyote for inspiration.
While it sucks, Nick Bosa’s decision to withdrawal from Ohio State is the best one for his future in the NFL, ensuring that he will be guaranteed to make millions of dollars and essentially be a top-3 pick and possibly even the No. 1 overall selection in the 2019 NFL Draft.
With the Cavs set to tip off their 2018-19 season Wednesday night, WFNY’s Josh Poloha gives you some bold predictions for this upcoming season, predictions that are much different than over the last four years.
The Browns lost to the Chargers and it’s probably not that big of a deal. Sometimes even if the team won’t make excuses, you have to do it for them.
The investment in this event has been evident. The catch: Reports have began to circulate saying that talent is no longer on board with making the trip.
Frank Ryan just wants to feel the same pride in the Cleveland Browns he once felt for a vacant lot.
No matter how well the Cavs play this season, Larry Nance Jr. will be one of the handful of players that fans will tune in to watch. The fan favorite deserved an extension in Cleveland and he got just that.
The Haslams have announced a plan to keep the Columbus Crew in Columbus. But keeping the team in Columbus is only the start. Now they have to figure out how to grow the brand in the local markets.
The Cleveland Browns were blown out by the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. The loss gave the Browns a reality check.
New The Nail Podcast: Fear The Sword’s Carter Rodriguez on covering the Cavs after the bandwagon clears and recalibrating expectations.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns have looked competent and competitive throughout the season. That is, until a Week 6 tilt against the Los Angeles Chargers demonstrated how much work there is left to do.
Better days are ahead. This was one to forget.
Ohio State’s win over Minnesota may have been ugly, but after a chaotic Saturday that featured four top-10 teams losing, the Buckeyes jumped one spot to No. 2 in the latest AP Top 25.
The Cleveland Browns had a poor offseason plan for replacing Hall of Fame left tackle Joe Thomas with an undrafted free agent ultimately winning the starting spot. So, how has rookie Desmond Harrison handled the transition?
The Cleveland Browns lost to the Los Angeles Chargers, 38-14, at FirstEnergy Stadium.
It was ugly at times, but the Buckeyes did enough to beat the Gophers, 30-14, and remain undefeated.
Welcome back to another week of Know Your Opponent, WFNY’s proprietary analytics column where the statistical certainty of a Buckeyes victory is explained in layman’s terms so simple even fans of the Michigan Wolverines cannot dispute them. This week it’s the matchup Buckeyes fans have had circled on their calendars since the schedule was announced
The Browns face the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 6. WFNY’s Kyle Kelly brings you 5 things to watch for in their matchup.
A few days removed from the Indians’ ALDS debacle, the Nail guys air their remaining grievances about the Tribe’s all-too-short postseason run, and then discuss some of the fallout this week since the series ended and what, if anything, there will be to get excited about in the regular season next year. (It’s not an
Need to get a little hyped for Saturday afternoon’s game against the Gophers? This video has you covered.