1. Ohio State's Quarterback Enigma

    In the first game of the 2009 season, the Oklahoma Sooners lost Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Sam Bradford to what would end up becoming a season ending shoulder injury...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 4 years ago 951 reads 21 comments

  2. Ohio State Football: Potential Roadblocks on Team's Road To a Title

    Not often am I accused of being an optimist.So when I say that the Ohio State Buckeyes are primed for a national title run in 2010, this team must be really good...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 4 years ago 1,539 reads 10 comments

  3. Cleveland Cavaliers: LeBron James Needs to See Other People

    Let's just skip the formality of mentioning how cursed the city of Cleveland is, shall we? We get it by now and nothing else needs to be said about the matter...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about 4 years ago 192 reads 0 comments

  4. The Cleveland Browns (Finally) Take Out The Trash

    Like a rebellious teenager, the Cleveland Browns finally started to do their chores. Too bad they did it a year too late. Okay, so the analogy regarding Cleveland's recent offseason activity is a bit crude, but it illustrates my point perfectly...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 4 years ago 1,969 reads 44 comments

  5. Cleveland Browns Should Seek Chicago Bears TE Greg Olsen in Trade

    With free agency now underway and the 2010 NFL Draft around the corner, the rumor mill is in full swing. One of the circulating topics happens to include the Chicago Bears trading their star tight end Greg Olsen...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 4 years ago 3,494 reads 31 comments

  6. Abandoned Brandon: Jim Tressel Neglects Offensive Weapon Brandon Saine

    What exactly does Brandon Saine need to do? He has all the physical tools of a great running back. He's 6'1", 217 lbs and is lightning fast, running the 40 in 4.27 seconds. He has game-breaking speed and the strength to carry the pile...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 4 years ago 627 reads 5 comments

  7. Ohio State-Purdue: Buckeye Defense Guilty Too

    "Head coach Jim Tressel and his staff will be criticized, and quite frankly, they deserve it," writes ESPN.com Big Ten blogger Adam Rittenberg in regard to Saturday's 26-18 upset loss to the Purdue Boilermakers...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 4 years ago 365 reads 11 comments

  8. Ohio State-Indiana: Toast, Roast, and Boast

    Houston was upset by UTEP, Oklahoma fell to the Miami Hurricanes and Michigan lost in OT to a sub-par Michigan State...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 304 reads 4 comments

  9. Enter San Man: Unsung Receiver Dane Sanzenbacher Emerges as Buckeyes' No. 1

    The only up-to-date jersey I see as I walk around campus these days is Terrelle Pryor's. That's largely due to the fact that the Ohio State team, has a whole has a lot of up-and-comers that have yet to prove that they are worthy of being marketed...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 544 reads 8 comments

  10. Cleveland Browns: These Dawgs Need to Be Put to Sleep

    Let's be honest. There's a lot that needs to change with the Cleveland Browns and it's going to take a lot longer than some of us had hoped...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 417 reads 14 comments

  11. Tressel On Trial, Prosecutors Iffy On Charges

    USC came, saw and conquered. Instead of being crowned with the wreath of victory, Jim Tressel now finds himself on trial before the Buckeye Nation more than he has ever been before in his tenure in Columbus...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 857 reads 8 comments

  12. Whoa, Fella! Buckeye Hopeful Need To Bridle Optimism

    September 12. D-Day. The day when the invading forces of Pete Carroll and his Trojan army land upon Ohio State soil to lay claim to another blowout against the Buckeyes. But things will be very different this year, or so I hear...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 509 reads 23 comments

  13. Boench-Man: Revisiting Last Year's QB "Controversy"

    Another season of college football will soon be underway and amidst all the anticipation lurk many predictions of what will soon take place...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about almost 5 years ago 224 reads 3 comments

  14. Daboll-ing With Change: New Offensive System Could Boost Defense

    Though finishing in the top half of the league in 2008, the Cleveland Browns defense would have to scour the earth to find anyone who didn't think that their performance wasn't below mediocre...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about 5 years ago 277 reads 4 comments

  15. Cleveland Browns' Running Game Key to Success in 2009

    24 hours until the 2009 NFL Draft finally begins and I can't help but fall into the temptation of adding yet another article on the topic...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about 5 years ago 416 reads 8 comments

  16. Derek Anderson or Brady Quinn as Browns' Quarterback? How About...Neither

    This debate has gone on long enough. I am weary of the lists of pros and cons of each candidate. I am bored with the scenario, so much so that I shall not pay it the respect with a ...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 5 years ago 570 reads 11 comments

  17. Cleveland Browns 2009 NFL Draft: Prepare To Be Disappointed

    From the look of things so far this offseason, the new regime of Cleveland Browns head coach Eric Mangini and GM George Kokinis, affectionately dubbed "Mankok," are going to do things their way...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 5 years ago 1,313 reads 16 comments

  18. New Cleveland Browns Regime Shows Signs of Hope

    For the first time since the firing of former Cleveland Browns head coach Romeo Crennel and former GM Phil Savage, a beacon of hope is finally starting to shine in Cleveland—or at least it should be perceived as such...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 5 years ago 620 reads 12 comments

  19. Eric Mangini Needs To Reshuffle Offense in 2009

    If you're into playing cards but have never played Bid Euchre, I urge you to try it. It's basically the same as regular Euchre, but one of the differences is that each of the four ...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 5 years ago 312 reads 2 comments

  20. Stop Blaming Defense For Cleveland Browns' 2008 Flop

    There seems to be a rampant campaign regarding the Cleveland Browns. All those riding upon this bandwagon are practically passing out leaflets in order to make their voices heard. They read: "Beefing up the defense is the first priority...

    Doug Tarnovich Written by Doug Tarnovich about over 5 years ago 477 reads 7 comments