The Browns acquired a highly productive wide receiver with a hyphenated last name this off-season. Junior college stand-out WR Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi led the National Junior College Athletic Association in kick return yards with 1,278 in 2016. He is 5′ 11″ … Continue reading Browns Add Defensive Depth Through the Draft, Offense Through Free Agency
The new Cincinnati Bengals head coach just finished up his first draft, and one thing is for certain, Zac Taylor is an offensive mind that is focused on controlling the line of scrimmage and establishing the run game. The Bengals … Continue reading Zac Taylor Leaves Imprint on Bengals’ Draft
Players from Mid-American Conference, Ohio State could fill legitimate roster spots The Cleveland Browns already have their first round draft pick for this season in by trading for Odell Beckham Jr. However, general manager John Dorsey continues to play coy … Continue reading The Browns Looking at Local Talent in Draft
The NFL Draft is now under a week away and it is still unclear who the Arizona Cardinals will select with that number one overall pick. Most NFL experts and analysts are predicting the Cardinals to select the Heisman winning … Continue reading Will Nick Bosa be the First Pick in the NFL Draft?
Browns start the off with marquee match ups, end with division rivalries. In recent years, the NFL scheduled the Browns’s games like an in-coming high school senior schedules classes: getting the core classes out of the way in the morning … Continue reading Cleveland Browns Are Featured in Four Prime Time Games This Season
The Columbus Blue Jackets have reached the second round for the first time in franchise history, in truly historic fashion. How historic is this sweep by Columbus? It is the first time a Presidents’ Trophy winner has been swept in … Continue reading Columbus makes History in Round One
This past Saturday, Penn State fans showed up 61,000 strong to take-in the annual Blue-White game that wraps up Spring Practice for the team. In what was a stacked affair, the heavily favored Blue team defeated the White team by … Continue reading Five things to take away from the Blue-White game
Last Saturday Ohio State played it’s annual Spring Game and the action did not disappoint. There were plenty of big plays and points on the day. Over 61,000 fans showed up on a beautiful day to watch new faces make … Continue reading Biggest Winners from Ohio State’s Spring Game
The 2019 NFL Draft is next week and as the draft draws near the rumor mill is heating up that Kyler Murray will be the first pick by the Arizona Cardinals. Which is hard to believe after the Cardinals drafted … Continue reading Bengals Draft Forecast
Professional wrestling (or “sports-entertainment” to the World Wrestling Federation) is prone to hyperbole. Legendary wrestling play-by-play announcer Tony Schiavone would always say, every night, as his catchphrase, “This is the greatest night in the history of our sport,” much to … Continue reading The Greatest Weekend for Professional Wrestling Ever
First-year head coach Ryan Day is heading into his first Spring Game this Saturday with a few question marks. One of those question marks is who will be the vocal leaders on this team? In seasons past players like Billy … Continue reading Who Could be the Next Great Buckeye Leader?
This Saturday Ohio State will hold it’s annual Spring Game. Currently 50,000 tickets have already been sold for the event so expect a packed house for this “glorified” practice. Expect a packed house for good reason, this will be the … Continue reading Five Players to Watch in the Ohio State Spring Game