1. Ohio State Dominates Gators, Makes Early National Title Statement

    THE Ohio State Buckeyes walked into the Stephen C. O'Connell Center in Gainesville, Florida today with a mission: to prove to the nation that the 2010-2011 Ohio State basketball ...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 626 reads 32 comments

  2. Ohio State Vs. Florida: Ohio State Takes Their No. 4 Ranking to Gainesville

    Rivalry. Ohio State travels down to Gainesville, Florida tonight to face off against the No. 9 ranked Florida Gators...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 764 reads 1 comments

  3. Buckeyes or Gators: Top 50 Center Amir Williams to Pick Ohio State or Florida

    Amir Williams, a 6'10" high school senior center from Detroit Country Day School has told ESPN recruiting guru Reggie Rankin that he'll be choosing between THE Ohio State University ...

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  4. Ohio State Buckeyes Land Four Top Hoop Recruits for 2011 Season

    With the 2010 season just underway for the Ohio State Buckeyes, head coach Thad Matta paused to look ahead to the 2011 season last week by signing four high school seniors to a letter of intent...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about over 3 years ago 617 reads 1 comments

  5. Ohio State Football: Is a Blowout Over Penn State More Complex Than It Looks?

    When THE Ohio State University plays Penn State, it's rarely what it looks like on paper. This game tends to be a border war, made even bigger by Ohio State's recent success with recruiting in Penn State's turf...

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  6. Ohio State Rolls Over North Carolina A&T in 2010-2011 Opener, 102-61

    The 2010-2011 Ohio State basketball team is a talented bunch, and they showed as much in the utter dismantling of the North Carolina A&T Aggies tonight, 102-61...

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  7. Ohio State's Dane Sanzenbacher Breaks Out, Again...

    In today's 'Day After,' I'm going to take a look at the Buckeyes wide receiver, Dane Sanzenbacher. When you think of the Ohio State Buckeyes wide receivers, it's likely that the first ...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 754 reads 3 comments

  8. Ohio State Football: Why the Buckeyes Needed To Destroy Marshall

    THE Ohio State Buckeyes did exactly what they were supposed to do on Thursday Night when they disposed of Marshall like an old piece of gum stuck on their shoe, in a 45-7 blowout...

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  9. Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Marshall University Thundering Herd

    Here we are. After a long offseason of speculation and pondering, Jim Tressel and THE Ohio State Buckeyes are ready to start their march towards a Big 10 title, and perhaps a national title...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 134 reads 4 comments

  10. Cleveland Indians: Carlos Carrasco Set To Join the Team

    In one of the worst-kept secrets of the season, Carlos Carrasco will be heading to Cleveland to join the Indians on Wednesday when the rosters expand from 25 to 40 players. Carrasco has had a solid year at Columbus, going 10-6 with a 3...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 371 reads 5 comments

  11. Manny Ramirez Heads to Chicago White Sox: Will It End Badly?

    It's official. Manny Ramirez and the nearly $4 million left on his contract are heading to the South Side of Chicago to finish the season out for the White Sox...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about almost 4 years ago 438 reads 4 comments

  12. MLB Trade Rumors: The Jake Westbrook Watch

    All eyes will be on Jake Westbrook today as he takes the mound for the Cleveland Indians against the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  13. The Indians Will Get Their 2011 Preview, Whether They Like It or Not

    I was thinking back this fine Fourth of July morning, to the beginning of the Major League season. Things weren't exactly bright for the Cleveland Indians, but there certainly were bright spots, and you know what they say, hope springs eternal...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 461 reads 3 comments

  14. From IPI: The Sunday Drive with Some Offensive Fireworks on this 4th of July

    I do some writing at the best Minor League site on the planet, Tony Lastoria's Indians Prospect Insider, where I currently write about the Kinston Indians. While I won't publish all of my stuff from IPI here, I will on occasion...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 109 reads 1 comments

  15. The Justin Masterson Chronicles

    Should Justin Masterson start or close? This has likely been one of the top three questions asked by most Cleveland Indians fast this year, and it's not one that's easily answered...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 191 reads 1 comments

  16. Cleveland's Kerry Wood's Top Seven Trade Destinations

    Kerry Wood has his bags packed, and he's ready to travel? Do you need any more proof than his last three appearances in back-to-back-to-back games? In those games, Wood has given ...

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  17. Choo, LaPorta, Perez, and Santana Show Cleveland That Their Future Is Now

    The Cleveland Indians won their fourth straight game tonight by beating the Blue Jays 3-1 at Progressive Field...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 196 reads 4 comments

  18. Kerry Wood Puts Himself in the Trade Spotlight with Back-to-Back Saves

    Entering Sunday Night's save opportunity, Kerry Wood's ERA was a less than modest 7.98. He was 1-3 with five saves in eight chances...

    Jim Pete Written by Jim Pete about 4 years ago 248 reads 2 comments

  19. Matt LaPorta recalled; will it open up the Indians' prospect logjam?

    Did you ever get blamed for something you didn't do? Matt LaPorta must have felt that way on June 7th, when the Indians sent the former keystone of their CC Sabathia deal two summers ago to Columbus...

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  20. Cleveland Indians Trade Russell Branyan for Two Seattle Mariners Prospects

    Russell Branyan was just dealt for two high upside prospects, and from a team out of the playoff chase and nearly as bad as Cleveland? Yeah, right.....

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  21. Where has all the Indians offense gone?

    The Cleveland Indians are toiling at 9-13 right now, and while their won-lost record isn't really a surprise, the biggest concern is their lack of offense...

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  22. Carmona and Perez and a Lofgren goodbye

    Sorry for the sporadic posting over the past several days. I am now sitting in a McDonald's, in sunny, yet chilly Florida, having traveled across the state watching some grapefruit games, attending weddings, and ignoring the internet...

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  23. All-Aught Indians--RP3--Paul Shuey (2000-2002)

    Paul Shuey was a flame-throwing, right-handed reliever, who never seemed to pitch as well as you thought he could...

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  24. Cleveland All-Aught Indians: Pitcher Bob Howry 2004-2005 seasons

    Bob Howry was a typical signing by the Cleveland Indians. In 2003, Howry, while pitching for the Red Sox, struggled with right elbow problems...

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  25. 2010 MLB Spring Training: Michael Brantley Brilliant for Tribe

    The buzz around the Internet over the past several weeks has all but sent Michael Brantley to Columbus. It all makes perfect sense when you think about it. Of course, there's one fly in the ointment...

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