It appears the Columbus Blue Jackets are all in on winning the Stanley Cup. There has been uncertainty about the futures of left winger Artemi Panarin and goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky remaining in Columbus after this season. In fact the Blue … Continue reading Matt Duchene Traded to Columbus
The Cleveland Indians’ bullpen has become tighter now with some recent additions and moves; however, it has a way to go before it instills the same fear in Major League Baseball as it did even a year ago. Brad Hand … Continue reading Indians Make Moves to Solidify Bullpen
This is typically the Tweet that James Franklin puts out every time a new High School Football player decides to continue his Scholar-Athlete endeavors at Penn State. This tweet was not seen by the Penn State fan base on Wednesday … Continue reading Penn State Picks Up 5-star Transfer
General manager John Dorsey of the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman are cut from the same cloth. Both men are old-school staffers who grew up in the NFL administrative system. They know how to do … Continue reading Three Reasons to Pass on Odell Beckham Jr.
Zac Taylor, new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, has formed a youthful, but at the same time an innovative young offensive coaching staff. Brian Callahan will be the offensive coordinator, who will be bringing the West Coast offense back … Continue reading Zac Taylor is Struggling to Find His New Defensive Staff
Spring training is underway and some of the biggest free agents in Major League Baseball remain sitting at home twiddling their thumbs waiting for a phone call from a team willing to pay them their fair market value. Bryce Harper, … Continue reading Why Bryce Harper Signing A One-Year Deal With The Yankees Makes Sense
Head Coach Freddie Kitchens and general manager John Dorsey worked feverishly to find the right assistants for this “new attitude” Browns. Even though the hires were sudden, they were no less deliberate. Kitchens found coaches who embody his “if-you’re-not-with-us-you’re-against-us” attitude. … Continue reading Browns Assistant Coach Hires See the Potential in the Team
Ohio State reached their second NCAA Tournament in three years in 2018, losing both of their tournament games in extra innings to South Carolina and UNC Wilmington. The early exit may of been disappointing, but also a successful season for … Continue reading Ohio State Baseball 2019 Season Preview
Last night Penn State pulled off an improbable 75-69 win against No. 6 Michigan. Penn State outplayed the Wolverines in nearly every facet of the game. Lost in the controversy of last night’s game was Lamar Stevens 26-point double-double. There … Continue reading John Beilein Had Every Right to be Upset With the Officials Last Night
This past weekend proved one thing, football is king. The Alliance of American Football captured the hearts and minds of football fans around America in it’s debut. The debut of the AAF was so successful the ratings beat the NBA’s … Continue reading Can the AAF Succeed in Big Ten Territory?
Mercifully, the Cleveland Indians are beginning Spring Training this week, taking all of Cleveland’s minds off of the Cavaliers. Pitchers report to Goodyear, Arizona on February 12, and the rest of the squad reports February 18. The Tribe seems content … Continue reading WHICH Pitchers and Catchers Will Report?
It is extremely difficult to have a “slow news day” in the twenty-four hour new-media news cycle. The Browns may have mitigated the shock of signing running back Kareem Hunt by announcing it on a Monday at 2 P.M. It … Continue reading BREAKING: Browns Not-So-Quietly Sign Kareem Hunt