The Nail’s traditional New Year’s Six preview is getting trimmed down to only the games anyone actually cares about – the College Football Playoff semifinals (Clemson vs. Notre Dame and Alabama vs. Oklahoma) and Ohio State’s surprisingly rare Rose Bowl appearance.
For the second straight year, Ohio State won the Big Ten championship, but missed out on the College Football Playoff.
The Cleveland Browns probably won’t take a quarterback first overall, but if they do find themselves taking one in the first round, Craig thinks he prefers DeShone Kizer.
Former Browns quarterback Brady Quinn spoke about Notre Dame’s DeShone Kizer and how the turnover in Cleveland could potentially ruin him forever if he gets selected first overall.
Ohio State football has released their final trailer of the 2015 season: A highlight video of the Buckeyes impressive 44-28 victory over Notre Dame in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year’s Day.
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
Cleveland sports fans are waiting. Thus, while we’re all waiting, the WFNY editors thought you might enjoy reading. Because you never know how long we might be waiting. So here are assorted reading goodies for you to enjoy. Send more good links for tomorrow’s edition to email@example.com. “Can a superstar-less team win a championship again? The
After not making selections in the 2nd, 4th, and 5th rounds the Browns used their 6th round pick to draft safety Jamoris Slaughter from Notre Dame at pick 175. Slaughter was the Browns’ first selection since Leon McFadden at pick 68. Slaughter tore his Achilles in Notre Dame’s third game of the year forcing him out
There will obviously be more information leaking out about the entire Chip Kelly saga. The initial leaks are happening right now, and it seems that the turning of the tide for Chip Kelly leaving Oregon was last Tuesday January 8th. The person, who requested anonymity because neither the team nor Kelly’s camp has released details
Approximately 2.5 years ago, an undersized linebacker from Plantation, Florida decided to make a commitment to stay in his hometown to play football for the University of Florida. In spite of being somewhat undersized at 205-pounds, he was still a 4-star recruit with an enormous upside because of the intangibles he possessed. Unquestionably, Ohio State
Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur indicated that his starters will play the first quarter on Saturday when they take on the world champion Green Bay Packers. Obviously, during that quarter, we’ll all be watching the same stuff. How will Colt McCoy and the offense look against live action defense considering they are all learning
Now this is one of the places where Twitter is really useful. Last night the floodgates were opened so that NFL undrafted free agents were allowed to negotiate with teams. Or is it the other way around? Either way, as these guys, who had been in limbo since the draft ended, started to have their
Well, I am sure a lot of WFNYers are significantly less interested in the tourney now that the Buckeyes have been Calipari’d out of the game. Still, the contest goes on for the Tribe tickets and Carlos Santana jersey. As we await opening day on Friday, that should be enough to keep your eyes glued
According to numerous reports, the Big Ten conference is expected to speed up their decision-making time line in reference to expansion. The conference that already has 11 teams is looking to see if adding one or more universities to the mix would increase competition and revenue streams. The Chicago Tribune reported yesterday that Big Ten
At least in the circles I have, no Buckeyes fans have really been talking about the Michigan State Spartans. Everyone I know seems to jump straight ahead to the chance Ohio State has to make a name for themselves against Penn State on October 25th. This is a big mistake. Let’s hope Jim Tressel hasn’t