Chad Zumock joins the WFNY podcast to talk about the Cleveland Cavaliers playoff run and his renewed focus and energy in his stand-up.
Scott Raab is talking about ESPN’s forthcoming 30 for 30 on Cleveland sports fans, Believeland.
A look at the Kevin Costner film “Draft Day” in advance of the 2016 NFL Draft in the latest edition of “Anything to add, Monty?”
Want to listen to even more about the Cavaliers sweeping the Detroit Pistons? Chris Clem and Dave Sterling have you covered.
It didn’t always feel easy, but the Cavs swept the Pistons. Brian Spaeth returns to the podcast to discuss.
With the Cavs playoffs in full tilt, WFNY was joined by NBA TV’s Kristen Ledlow, ESPN’s Brian Windhorst and CBS Sports’ Zach Harper to discuss their chances.
Welcome to Episode 1 of the WFNY Soccer podcast! Don’t worry, a snappy title will be coming later. Join Dave Sterling, Stephanie Duffy and Yazan Ahmad as they talk about all things Soccer, from a Cleveland perspective. They talk about Crew SC’s rough start The time Cleveland almost got an MLS team Jurgen Klinsmann’s future
Stipe Miocic has a title shot in Brazil in May. We discuss that, plus Johnny Manziel, Will Smith and Jordan Spieth.
David Ortiz is the kind of player who feels like he’s been killing the Indians for the better part of 30 years now. His retirement can’t come soon enough.
The Cleveland Browns should trade down for more picks in the 2016 NFL Draft, despite past experiences with other trade-down scenarios.
Dave is back for a second time this week on the podcast.
LeBron James as the underdog is an interesting thought.
Joe Thomas might have some trade value, but does he deserve to be traded if he wants to be?
There’s nobody better to talk about the Cleveland Indians with than former WFNY’er TD.
There is a natural born pessimism in Cleveland sports fans, but how much is reality and how much is myth? Craig dives in comparing the Browns and Indians.
The Cleveland Browns are reportedly working on Kaepernick. We talk about that and much more with Ben Axelrod.
We discuss the Cleveland Browns free agency debacle with long-time commenter and friend of the site, Harv.
If the Cleveland Indians starting rotation was an NFL starting quarterback, who would it be?
We used to joke about the Indians with Blame Branyan, but now we just blame Ray Farmer!
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in first place yet fans can’t seem to enjoy the team. Why?