It’s Mid-American Conference tournament week in Cleveland, and Jason Arkley of the Athens Messenger is back on The Nail in the Coffin podcast to set the stage.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert gives ten players he needs to rewatch on film due to their performance at the 2018 NFL Scouting Combine.
The Buckeyes are a lock to make the NCAA Tournament, but they have fallen (again) to No. 17 in the latest AP Top 25.
As fans clamor for more Larry Nance and less Tristan Thompson, the Cavaliers are stuck asking tough questions on what is best for the team moving forward.
Last year, Andrew Miller turned into a different pitcher. Giving up more fly balls and line drives should have spelled doom but another story unfolded.
The NFL combine can be important, but the 2018 NFL Combine was essential as the Cleveland Browns look to kick-start their rebuild.
The Browns should obviously and definitely pursue Kirk Cousins to be their starting quarterback right?
The NBA doesn’t care about the little things and it’s playing to their benefit. We’ve seen what happens when things get out of control in the NFL.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert and Jake Burns release their first big boards for the 2018 NFL Draft, starting with the players 50 through 41 on their boards.
We’re four hours into a two-day work trip when I realize I’ve mentioned murder, in one way or another, at least three times to my co-worker.
WFNY’s Joe Gilbert give his opinion on what the top five needs are for the Cleveland Browns this off season and who his top target would be in free agency to address each need.
Much like they did in the 2017 NIT, the NCAA will experiment with four more rule changes in this year’s NIT. There will be four changes that they will test, including moving the three-point line back (again) and changing from halves to quarters, along with two others.
A.J. McCarron? Nah. Two NFL analysts believe the Cleveland Browns will sign former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford to be their bridge quarterback.
LeBron James, who is never at a loss for words, simply calls history-making night “pretty cool.”
With a little over a week into Spring Training, WFNY’s Mike Hattery brings you a Spring Training notebook of insights and news.
The Nail in the Coffins guys get into a crash course on Ohio State basketball and the NCAA Touney
To say that the Ohio State Buckeyes have exceeded expectations on the hardwood this season would be an understatement. Projected to finish 11th (out of 14) teams in the Big Ten by the conference’s media members prior to the season, the Buckeyes earned the No. 2 seed in the upcoming Big Ten Tournament. While the players have produced on the court, head coach Chris Holtmann’s role can’t go unnoticed. Luckily, it hasn’t.
He may be underpaid in 2018, but if Gordon produces and returns to his 2013 form or proves that he can be a legitimate wide out in the NFL, he can still earn plenty of money as his career goes on. Keep in mind, he will only be 27 years old when the 2018 season kicks off this fall.
With a perfect 2-0 final week of the regular season and get back in the win column, including an incredible double overtime win at Indiana last Friday night, the Ohio State Buckeyes jumped three spots from No. 16 to No. 13 in the latest AP Top 25. This is the first time since the 2013-14 season that the scarlet and gray have finished the regular season as a Top 25 team. Four years ago, they ended the regular season ranked No. 24 in the country.
Not much seems to be expected from Jason Kipnis or Tyler Naquin in 2018, but the two Cleveland Indian players were beloved not too long ago.