What if the NFL divisions were realigned to make geographic sense? Novel concept.
The Miracle of Richfield. The Impossible Return. CSU in the Sweet 16. There are plenty of Cleveland anniversaries for sports fans to celebrate in 2016.
When the College Football Playoff was introduced last year, many wondered how Notre Dame would fit into/wreak havoc upon the playoff field. As the highest profile independent team in FBS, the Fighting Irish historically spurned invitations to join major conferences (looking at you Big Ten), and it was unclear if their pride would come back
Twenty quarterbacks have played for Cleveland and left since 1999. Most could not find success elsewhere in the NFL. These are there stories.
Happy New Year, Browns fans! Did you make any resolutions? Maybe you decided to finally quit smoking or shed a few holiday pounds. Presumably the football folks in Berea made a resolution as well – win a game in 2016. The Cleveland Browns (3-12) have a chance to put an exclamation point on a forgettable
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. It’s late December and the Browns are out of playoff contention. A divisive and unproven quarterback continues to seek his footing in the world of professional football. Rumors fly that the front office and head coach may be changing during the off season. Joe Thomas is going
Three years ago, Akron had its third straight 1-11 season. Now, they’re looking to claim their first-ever bowl victory.
The Browns go for their fourth win of 2015 in the Emerald City. Can Cleveland win in Century Link Field? Not if the 12th Man can help it.
In which the plight of the Browns is compared to that of Bill Murray’s Phil Connors in Groundhog Day
Whether you’re a Buckeye, Bobcat, Rocket, Falcon, Bearcat, or Zip, there is plenty for Ohioans to look forward to in the 2015-16 bowl season. With so many games coming up we wanted to take a look ahead at the matchups, records, stakes, and pertinent data. Raycom Media Camellia Bowl Ohio Bobcats (8-4) vs. Appalachian State
The state has one professional soccer team, so if you’re going to support, you should support Columbus.
Fresh off a heartbreaking loss the Browns welcome the Bengals to town with the goal of squaring up the Battle of Ohio.
Chaos reigned during college football’s Rivalry Week. In a weekend of Wagon Wheels, Apple Cups, Civil Wars, Bedlam, and The Game many schools either earned emphatic victories to secure bowl berths or suffered spirit-crushing losses. When the dust settled, the biggest losses went to previous top ten teams Notre Dame and Baylor whose playoff fires
The Monday after Thanksgiving has become known as Cyber Monday. Every year millions of shoppers scour the Internet hunting for deals and bargains for Christmas presents. I do not know Browns GM Ray Farmer’s plan, but I wonder if he will be browsing for a quarterback. On Monday night the Cleveland Browns (2-8) welcome in
Urban Meyer looks to go 4-0 against the Michigan Wolverines.
Your top four: Clemson, Bama, Oklahoma, Iowa
Over the past few years, Ohio State (10-1, 6-1 Big Ten) and Michigan State (10-1, 6-1 B1G) have traded explosive offenses in high scoring shootouts. Saturday’s game felt more like a tug of war in the mud. Playing mostly in a steady rain, neither team worked especially well offensively and miscues haunted both sides. Even
Ohio State and Michigan State both have a chance to win the Big Ten East but only one can go to Indianapolis. Who has the edge on Saturday?
The Ohio State Buckeyes remain in the hunt for their second consecutive title as they’re ranked No. 3 in the latest College Football Playoff Poll.
One week before the bye week, the Cleveland Browns (2-7) have failed to live up to pre-season expectations. Coming off a Thursday night loss to Cincinnati, the Browns are heading to Pittsburgh to play the arch-rival Steelers (5-4). We may not see any orange helmets in a postseason game, but could beating the Steelers partially