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Browns hit new low

Ben Resnick, Staff Reporter
January 20
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Football, Sports

On Dec. 24 the Cleveland Browns found themselves in a battle with the San Diego Chargers. The Browns went up by double digits earlier in the game but found themselves having to hold off the charging Chargers. Down by three with seconds remaining on the clock, San Diego had a chance to tie the game an... Read more »

Baseball fever infects Cleveland

Eddie Kerekes, Sports Editor
October 28
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

The city of Cleveland is having an identity crisis. Once known as the Mistake on the Lake, the city is now in search for a new moniker. Following in the footsteps of the Cleveland Cavaliers just four months prior, the Cleveland Indians are just three wins away from bringing another title to the fo... Read more »

Could the Indians be next?

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
October 14
Filed under Baseball, Cleveland Sports, Sports

The city of champions is looking to continue its success this year, but in a different sport. The Cleveland Indians defied many experts’ expectations and won the American League Central division this season, with the Detroit Tigers coming in second eight games behind. Now, the Indians have won t... Read more »

Browns improving offense inspires optimism

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
September 9
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Football, Sports

Believe it or not, the Cleveland Browns have a lot of reasons to be optimistic this season. The team heads into the season with Robert Griffin III as their starting quarterback. Griffin is, when healthy, one of the better quarterbacks in the game. However he has been unable to stay healthy these ... Read more »

Indians legitimate World Series contenders

Jacob Rayyan, Staff Reporter
September 2
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

It is an exciting time to be a Cleveland sports fan. Of course, we all know about LeBron James’ heroics in the NBA when he brought home the championship for the Cleveland Cavaliers. A team that has slipped under the radar, however, is the Cleveland Indians. After finishing in the middle of the division f... Read more »

Welcome to the city of champions

Noah Crowley, Staff Reporter
August 20
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

Cleveland has chewed its nails to the cuticle throughout the last 50 years. In 1964 the Cleveland Browns defeated the Baltimore Colts for the National Football League Championship before the Super Bowl existed. Everything from The Fumble to The Decision has taken Cleveland fans from the edge of their sea... Read more »

NBA champions or bust

Veijay Raj, Staff Reporter
April 14
Filed under Basketball, Cleveland Sports, Sports

The NBA playoffs are set to begin on April 16 as the Cleveland Cavaliers begin their seven-game series versus the Detroit Pistons. Last year, a Finals exit by the hand of Stephen Curry’s Golden State Warriors and several injuries left some “what ifs?” in the team. With a healthy Kyrie Irving and... Read more »

To fire or not to fire, that is the question

JP. O'Hagan and Billy Heyen
January 29
Filed under Basketball, Cleveland Sports, Sports

Welcome to Point/Counterpoint, the back and forth sports bar style debate column. This week we are taking on the Cavaliers firing of head coach David Blatt, the impact it will have, and the reasons behind the surprising move. This transcript has been lightly edited. JP. O’Hagan (Sports Editor)... Read more »

Moves need to be made to make Cavs contenders

Billy Heyen, Staff Reporter
January 29
Filed under Basketball, Cleveland Sports, Sports

Heading into the 2014-15 NBA season, the Cleveland Cavaliers traded their most recent first overall pick Andrew Wiggins and other assets to acquire Kevin Love from the Minnesota Timberwolves. To the casual fan, this looked like a solid move. LeBron was coming home, Kyrie was an up-and-coming star in... Read more »

Should Browns move on from Johnny Football?

Billy Heyen, Staff Reporter
January 22
Filed under Cleveland Sports, Sports

There are 32 teams in the NFL. With every team starting a quarterback each and every week, that’s 32 starting quarterbacks in the best football league on the planet. In a perfect world, the 32 starting quarterbacks in the NFL would be the 32 best quarterbacks in the world. I am here to say that Johnny... Read more »

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