Ohio State is expected to blowout Tulane Saturday afternoon, but this video trailer will still get Buckeye Nation hyped for the game.
The last time Ohio State was in AT&T Stadium they won the inaugural College Football Playoff championship in January 2015. Now they are prepared to beat TCU in a top-15 showdown.
In case you weren’t already ready for Ohio State’s Big Ten opener against Rutgers Saturday afternoon, the Buckeyes have you covered with yet another outstanding video trailer.
In case you weren’t ready for Ohio State’s season opener against Oregon State, the Buckeyes’ hype trailer that they just released will get you ready and may make you want to run through a wall as well. Is it Saturday yet?
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Josh Poloha discuss the Cavs’ Game 1 loss to the Pacers in what turned into a Jeff Green hate fest.
To say that the Cleveland Cavaliers had a hectic trade deadline would be an understatement. The wine and gold acquired four players while trading away six, completely reshaping their roster. Following the deadline, WFNY’s Jeff Nomina and Josh Poloha took to WFNY TV Thursday night to talk a little about the trades, why Channing Frye will be missed, and what the new-look Cavs may look like going forward.
Stipe Miocic shocked the world when he defended his belt for a third straight time. He deserves to laugh.
We’ve poured over the countless prop bets that will be a part of Sunday’s festivities, ranging from the National Anthem all the way down to the game’s final outcome.
Two-thirds of the famous Hot Sports Boys are back. In their most recent video, Dave and Yazan sit down to talk Crew SC and #SaveTheCrew.
We listen to all the podcasts so that you don’t have to. The latest clip show has all the juicy bits.
All-Star forward Kevin Love will likely miss the next 6-to-8 weeks with a non-displaced fracture in his left hand that he suffered just minutes into the Cavs loss to the Pistons in Detroit Tuesday night. WFNY’s Jeff Nomina talks about what it means for the Cavs going forward.
The Los Angeles Clippers traded Blake Griffin to the Detroit Pistons in an unexpected move to kick-off the trade deadline. With the Cavaliers rumored to be interested in DeAndre Jordan, Lou Williams, and Avery Bradley, how does this trade impact their moves? Jeff Nomina looks at adding Jordan, his fit over Tristan Thompson, and a
The Cleveland Indians’ announcement that they would be retiring the Chief Wahoo logo was met with fierce opinions on both sides. People who grew up with the logo are upset with a piece of their childhood being removed and angry at the idea of something they find innocent being offensive. On the other side, the
The Cleveland Cavaliers are struggling mightily, but would it help them to fire their coach Ty Lue?
Watch as Isaiah Thomas drops a quick $2,900 while discussing everything from the Cavalier guard’s childhood to why he wears Kobe Bryant’s sneakers on the court today.
While the scarlet and gray have performed quite well on the field, their video and graphic team has (somehow) outdone them off of it. Ever since Urban Meyer came back to Ohio State in 2014, social media and graphics have been an important part to his staff. They had some impressive trailers throughout Meyer’s tenure, previewing each matchup just days before they were to take place. But the one that the Buckeyes released on Friday, wrapping up the 2017 season, was the best yet.
Cavaliers head coach Ty Lue spoke about trade rumors and how he’s handling his team prior to the NBA trade deadline.
With the Cleveland Cavaliers looking to win their second straight game and gain some momentum after a dismal end to 2017 and start to 2018, the wine and gold host the Oklahoma City Thunder Saturday afternoon. WFNY’s Scott Sargent gives you a glimpse of OKC entering Quicken Loans Arena in a video that includes stars such as Paul George, Carmelo Anthony, and Russell Westbrook. You might want to take a look at Stephen Adams’ outfit as well.
WFNY’s Jeff Nomina argues that making LeBron happy right now won’t make him happy next year, and that should be the Cavaliers’ real goal.
Using a portion of LeBron James’ quote from this year’s Media Day, Nike has unveiled this year’s EQUALITY campaign.