Round two of our Browns Mock Draft Wednesday series as today’s While We’re Waiting
The Cavs acquired a handful of draft assets and helped their tanking efforts this season prior to Thursday’s trade deadline, which seems like a win-win situation for the wine and gold.
WFNY’s Josh Poloha is back with his second WWW in three days, this time talking about the NBA All-Star Draft, LeBron, and why college football recruiting class rankings don’t always tell the whole story.
With the NFL Draft just 78 days away, WFNY’s Josh Poloha provides his first WFNY NFL Mock Draft Roundup of the offseason. What do you want the Browns to do with the No. 17 pick in the first round?
So, you’re telling me there’s a chance? (This time we’re being serious.)
If Ohio State’s last two wins have proven anything, it’s that Kaleb Wesson and Luther Muhammad can be very, very good and have the potential to lead the Buckeyes to something very special sooner rather than later.
At just 10-41, the Cavs have been quite a disappointment this season. With that said, it’s better to focus on the good things. WFNY’s Josh Poloha takes a look at a number of the positive aspects of the Cavs, especially in 2019.
Given his salary, size, and ability to score as a lengthy wing, Rodney Hood could be one of the most attractive trade targets prior to the NBA Trade Deadline on February 7.
He may be playing for a small, mid-major school but Murray State’s Ja Morant should be getting just as much attention as any 2019 NBA Draft prospect not named Zion Williamson.
Tate Martell was destined for South Beach, one way or another. The two are a perfect match and the new Miami Hurricane seems like a perfect fit at The U.
Justin Fields hasn’t been ruled eligible to play in 2019 yet but oddsmakers seem to believe that he not only will, but the Ohio State quarterback will compete for the Heisman Trophy next fall as well.
Following his performance during the 2018 season and with the way he portrayed himself during his introductory press conference on Monday, Freddie Kitchens has already won WNFY’s Josh Poloha over.
For the first time since mid-November, Ohio State is no longer ranked in the AP Poll following a three-game losing streak.
Ryan Day has escalated the best rivalry in sports in his first week as head coach, while filling out defensive coaching positions for the Ohio State University.
K.J. Hill’s decision to return to Ohio State in 2019 is a huge boost for a group of wide receivers that should be stacked again for the Buckeyes next fall.
It’s been 934 days since that special night on June 19, 2016 and the Cavs *still* live in the heads of the Golden State Warriors. This time, they’re crying about what Cleveland did with Patrick McCaw.
After losing to Michigan State at home this past weekend, the Buckeyes dropped two spots to No. 16 in the latest AP Top 25.
Following the greatest season fro any Ohio State quarterback in the program’s storied history, Dwayne Haskins has decided to forego his final two years of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft.
So Ryan Day *can* recruit both players and coaches to Ohio State. Now, the head coach just has to keep the momentum going.
With Michael Jordan deciding to forego his final season of eligibility and declare for the 2019 NFL Draft, Ohio State is now faced with the tough task of having to replace four of five starting offensive linemen next fall.