Happy Friday WFNY nation! I’m joking. We don’t do the “nation” thing here. Happy Friday just the same. I’m happy to be here in a veritable dead zone of sports as we wait for March Madness. So let’s talk about stuff… The $5 million in public funding is dead, but the Browns are moving to
How is it possible that Kobe Bryant’s 20-year career seems to have flown by so quickly?
ESPN’s Mark Schlabach updated his college football Top 25 rankings after National Signing Day. The Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the Michigan Wolverines on the field in 2015 with a 42-13 win, then snuck out a close victory in the recruiting wars by finishing fifth in the ESPN ranks as the Wolverines pulled the sixth spot.
Duke Johnson’s 61 receptions were enough to garner him AFC North Rookie of the Year as decided by ESPN.com.
Kobe Bryant left his lasting mark with Cavs fans at The Q, and with LeBron James following the game.
No. 23 comes in at No. 3 on ESPN’s list of the best all-time in the NBA.
Kyle talks about American Crime Story, the significance of the O.J. Simpson saga in American culture, with the usual Calvin and Hobbes and 90s song.
Kevin Love hurt his shoulder (but he should be fine), and the Cavs took care of business in Kobe Bryant’s final game in Cleveland.
The second conversation of the week with Andrew is all about the Cavs and sports media.
More good news out of Berea as linebacker Armonty Bryant has been indicted on a felony drug charge.