Browns

Peyton Hillis Gets the Madden Cover Treatment

Taking a break from all the negativity surrounding Ohio sports for a moment, here is a video of Browns RB Peyton Hillis during his Madden ’12 cover shoot. Enjoy. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=csN5RKUQ5TI&feature=mh_lolz&list=FLcSkNMuS0Y0o] Awesome.

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Buckeyes

Paying Players Wouldn’t Have Saved Jim Tressel

(Note: WFNY doesn’t have a singular editorial voice. Today we will obviously have a lot of Ohio State posts as it is such big news. Remember that each writer’s opinion is their own.) Excellent pieces already today from Andrew and Craig. There isn’t much left to say. I think my stance on the Tressel situation

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Buckeyes

Blaming Terrelle Pryor is Misguided

(Note: WFNY doesn’t have a singular editorial voice.  Today we will obviously have a lot of Ohio State posts as it is such big news.  Remember that each writer’s opinion is their own.) Terrelle Pryor will probably go down in history, at least in some fans’ minds, as the guy who ended Jim Tressel’s career

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Indians

Blue Jays 11 Indians 1: The Swoon is Officially Here

11 days ago, I wrote a piece for Cleveland.com saying that danger time was approaching for the Indians. With the brutal schedule, injuries to Travis Hafner and Grady Sizemore, and the fact that they weren’t going to continue on a .700 winning percentage pace, the other shoe was going to drop at some point. If

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Buckeyes

SI: Ohio State Scandal Dates Back to 2002, Involves At Least 28 Players

After hours of speculation and boundless conjecture, Sports Illustrated has lifted the embargo on the much-discussed report penned by Pulitzer Prize-winning writer George Dohrmann. With the curtain now lifted, we receive a report that the Ohio State “memorabilia for tattoos” incident that has been well-documented stretches back to 2002 and has involved at least 28

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General

Serenity Now

It’s been a rough day for Clevelanders and OSU fans but ESPN really took it up a notch with the above graphic featured today on Sportscenter.  ESPN and Cleveland fans have had an adversarial relationship for awhile now – it’s easy to moan and complain about some of the garbage that comes out of Bristol.

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Buckeyes

Jim Tressel Resigns at Ohio State

The Columbus Dispatch is reporting that Jim Tressel has resigned as the head football coach at Ohio State.  The Dispatch is reporting that it was a situation where the University forced or encouraged the resignation, after scandalous headlines continued to pile up.  Luke Fickell, who was named interim coach for the first five games of

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Indians

David Price Makes it Three in a Row for the Tribe

The most exciting thing for Indians fans about Friday’s game in Tampa Bay was the lineup.  Grady Sizemore returned to action but in the DH role and batting 6th.  Michael Brantley remained in the leadoff spot.  Shin-Soo Choo got the night off as Orlando Cabrera moved up to the 2 spot, Asdrubal moved down to

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Indians

Zeke’s Option Sets Stage for Sizemore’s Return

It took a mere pitch for Ezequiel Carrera to win over the Cleveland fan.  It may be many more before the the lighter-holding (or cell phone toting) are afforded an encore. The lighting quick 23-year-old Carrera was optioned to Triple-A Columbus during the Tribe’s day to recuperate – after all, they were eviscerated by the Boston

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Buckeyes

Former Buckeye Contradicts Ray Small

Former Buckeye Ray Small made headlines this week with his admission that he sold items during his Ohio State tenure and received discounts on cars. He also threw teammates under the bus by saying “everyone was doing it.” Not surprisingly several Buckeyes have stepped forward to address the issue. Harrison Till is not a name

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Cavaliers, General

Re-Sign or Release: Semih Erden

Back in May, 2008, we featured a little series called “Re-Sign or Release” where we went through every player on the Cavaliers roster and turned to the readers to see what they would do if they were the general manager of the Wine and Gold and – hypothetically, of course – all of the players

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