1. Browns Show Signs of Life And Kill Steelers' Playoff Hopes

    The past few weeks have seen the Cleveland Browns do something they failed to do much of the first half of the 2009-10 season.....play like a professional football team...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 5 years ago 159 reads 1 comments

  2. Eric Wedge Fired: Cleveland Indians Go Back to the Drawing Board

    The recent firing of Indians' skipper Eric Wedge is not a shock to many after the Tribe finish the 2009 season over 90 losses, their worst record since 1991...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about 5 years ago 265 reads 4 comments

  3. Cleveland Indians Demostrate What Not To Do With a Dismal Pitching Staff

    What do you do when your team has one of the worst ERA's in baseball, are near the bottom of their division, yet have one of the best pitchers in the majors to keep some dignity alive for the pitching staff? If you're the Cleveland Indians, you trade him

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about 5 years ago 171 reads 0 comments

  4. On The Spot: Some Poignant Questions For Josh Cribbs

    Wide Receiver Joshua Cribbs will be a Cleveland Brown in 2009. This seems probable considering the fact that Cribbs is attending this week's voluntary mini-camp...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 138 reads 0 comments

  5. The Shot: Jordan? No. LeBron!!!!!

    Do you remember this? Now, if you watched the replays of LeBron James hitting the final shot of Friday night's game against Orlando, do you notice anything familiar? You should...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 749 reads 6 comments

  6. Cleveland Browns: Over 16 Reasons To Be Proud to Be a Browns Fan

    As a franchise, the Cleveland Browns have one of the most notable legacies in all of sports. Sixteen Hall of Famers have been immortalized in Browns orange and white in the team's history that dates back to 1945 when Paul Brown was named Head Coach..

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 1,114 reads 4 comments

  7. How Will The Browns' Draft Picks Fit Into The Team's Gameplan?

    After finishing 2008 ranked near the bottom of the league in offense (31st) and defense (26th), Eric Mangini and his coaching staff need to find a way to fill all the holes in the Browns' game...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 586 reads 2 comments

  8. Son Of a Coach Poised To Make a Difference For The Browns

    Ohio native Brian Robiskie is set to make his NFL depute this fall. The 6'3", 209lb. WR was the second pick for the Cleveland Browns in the 2009 draft...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 314 reads 1 comments

  9. Can the "Man-Genius" Right the Ship for the Browns?

    The Cleveland Browns have had their share of Head Coaches since the team's return in 1999 with none yielding consistently positive results. Eric Mangini is the man who now hopes to change that as he takes the helm in 2009...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 380 reads 1 comments

  10. Butler Defeats Cleveland State for Horizon League Title

    No. 23-ranked Butler seemed to be the favorite to win Saturday's Horizon League Championship game versus unranked Cleveland State. However, the Vikings gave them a run for their money and kept things interesting down to the final minutes...

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  11. Lebron Hearts N.Y.

    James dazzled last night at Madison Square Garden! He posted a triple-double with 52 points, 11 assists, and 10 rebounds...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about over 5 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  12. Why Joe Flacco Is Overrated

    The bird is the word! The Ravens are being labeled as the team no one wants to play this year, and it seems that their 13-10 victory over the Tennessee Titans adds to that aura of dominance...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 1,137 reads 16 comments

  13. Duke Embarrasses Xavier at The Meadlowlands, 82-64

    Embarrassing. That is the only word for Xavier's performance in the first half against Duke as the final score, 82-64, does not tell the story of this game...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 772 reads 0 comments

  14. Navy-Wake Forest: Demon Deacons Avenge Earlier Loss, Take EagleBank Bowl

    The Wake Forest football team avenged an early season loss to Navy with a 29-19 victory over the Midshipmen in the first annual EagleBank Bowl Saturday in Washington, D.C...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 170 reads 0 comments

  15. Arizona-Gonzaga: Wildcats Break Up Bulldogs' Perfect Season

    Gonzaga entered the US Airways Center in Phoenix undefeated with all but two wins by 20 points or more. This did not deter Arizona from giving them a run for their money...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 160 reads 1 comments

  16. The Cavs Are Not A One-Man Team

    Last night, the Cavaliers and Pacers match up at Quicken Loans Arena set the stage for one of the brightest stars in Cleveland to shine. Not LeBron James, but Anderson Varejao...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 199 reads 1 comments

  17. Arkansas Fights Back to Upset LSU

    Both teams entered this week's game wanting a win after each suffered disappointing losses the previous week against Mississippi State (Arkansas) and Ole Miss (LSU). LSU hasn't lost back-to-back games since 2002...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 340 reads 0 comments

  18. How Would Bill Cowher in Cleveland Change Browns-Steelers Rivalry?

    Talk of Bill Cowher possibly coming to Cleveland to coach the bumbling Browns is not something most fans of either the Browns or Steelers take lightly. It's no secret the two teams have had one of the most bitter rivalries in football for decades...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 920 reads 9 comments

  19. Should Brady Quinn Have Played Sunday?

    Brady Quinn is done for the season after further injuring his finger, which was broken in the previous week's win against the Buffalo Bills, in Sunday's fiasco against the Houston Texans which the Browns lost 16-6...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 574 reads 3 comments

  20. The Struggle For Total Accuracy

    There's nothing more important when writing an article than to get the facts straight. If you don't know something or can't verify something, you probably shouldn't write it...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  21. Is Brady Quinn the Answer the Browns Have Been Searching for?

    Ever since the Browns drafted Brady Quinn in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft, he has been a star in Cleveland. Almost everywhere you went in the city last year you could find at least one person wearing a Quinn No...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 207 reads 3 comments

  22. Is LeBron James Tired?

    To anyone who’s watched LeBron James play within the past two weeks, the idea that he might be worn out from a summer playing for the U.S...

    Robert Rozboril Written by Robert Rozboril about almost 6 years ago 529 reads 12 comments