Could this be the one? WFNY’s Corey Barnes has your Week 3 game preview of the Browns versus the Jets.
After a tough tie to in the season opener against rival Pittsburgh, the Cleveland Browns head south to New Orleans to face the Saints. WFNY has you covered with your Week 2 preview.
After a long offseason, it’s time to get down to it and finally play the game. WFNY’s Corey Barnes has your Pittsburgh Steelers opening game preview.
With a matchup that features OSU vs. OSU, WFNY’s Corey Barnes previews the game between Ohio State and Oregon State to open the season.
WFNY’s Corey Barnes talks about the Indians, the upcoming MLB postseason, and his experience seeing “Hamilton: An American Musical”.
Now that Jim Thome is forever enshrined in Cooperstown, WFNY’s Corey Barnes revisits history and explores what Thome could have netted had he been among the 2002 fire sale.
The NBA 2017-2018 league year ends on June 30th. WFNY’s Corey Barnes examines the schedule and gives you the top five games to go back and rewatch as you await LeBron James Decision Part Three.
What if (Kevin) Love is all you need to be a contender on a LeBron-less Cavaliers team? WFNY’s Corey Barnes expounds in his love letter to Love
WFNY’s Corey Barnes looks back at what was to prepare for the time coming with the Cleveland Cavaliers.
There is a lot of blame to be passed around for the Cavaliers Game 1 loss. WFNY’s Corey Barnes takes a look and doles out the blame.
The ever-increasing viewing population of the NBA in China has lent itself to Chinese nicknames for its players. They are…a bit different.
A brief recap and preview of the Cleveland Cavaliers postseason as they travel to Toronto to face the Raptors: While We’re Waiting
Cleveland sports fans are no stranger to droughts and, historically, the Cleveland Indians have some of the longest.
A look at the home stretch for the weary Cleveland Cavaliers before heading into the playoffs.
Ante Zizic is by no means a sure thing, but if he can take play through the rest of the G-League season and shine in Summer League then perhaps next season he could work his way into potentially playing more significant minutes.
Dwyane Wade back to Miami, a whole slew of youthful wings back to Cleveland and somehow Koby Altman rid the roster of some bad contracts. Here we go.
Who was dealt? Where did they end up? Who ultimately won the trade?
A look back at the career of the Hall-of-Fame-bound Jim Thome.
What would it take to give Ohio a Buckeye Classic? WFNY’s Corey Barnes examines.
There are literally no winners here. No matter how you slice it the 2008 Detroit Lions and 2017 Cleveland Browns suffered through 16 games of hideous, miserable football. Yet, we need to break things down anyway.