Author: Sean Fitzgerald

NOTE: This article is being dual posted on my Medium page. The Where Things Stand: 2020 NFL Edition Parts 1-3 are all there due to various factors during the 2020 fall semester. Here are the hyperlinks for 2020 Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3, which are less censored than what is being posted here. […]

Photo Credit: forbes.com I love baseball. It’s my favorite sport. After attending Game 3 of the 2007 American League Championship Series between Boston and Cleveland, I was hooked. My love for sports blossomed and never faded, with baseball being the core of my being.  But this childish resistance by baseball players, refusing a further pay […]

Photo Credit: clevelandbrowns.com Bring on the prognostication and horribly wrong predictions! The 2020 Cleveland Browns schedule is out, and I have to say, this is a pretty good schedule that is balanced from what we know right now.  I won’t drag this out, but here are my 100%, totally correct, not-so-early Browns schedule predictions.  Also, […]

Daryl Hall started at Kent State in the fall of 1970 as a football player. Written in the aftermath of the tragic events of May 4, 1970, his book Flashback is described as “a young man’s search for truth about the Kent State Shootings.” We discuss his life playing football, his motivations for writing the book and […]

Photo Credit: NBC Sports Anyone who knows me or has heard me on Black Squirrel Radio’s airwaves knows I’m a sports fan through and through. The fact that I’m writing this is completely surreal.  When I woke up on the morning of March 12 to go to Cleveland to cover Kent State Men’s Basketball in […]

Photo Credit: usatoday.com Note: Despite the coronavirus shutting down sports, I wanted to release this article as a means of entertainment, rather than hold onto it for months. Thank you for your support!  At some point, I knew I was going to revisit the topic of why Major League Baseball needs a salary cap. You […]

Photo Credit: ABC News Zach LaVine was the man the Cleveland Cavaliers defense needed to stop tonight. Instead, LaVine went off for a big game against the Cavs yet again, notching 44 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists for a 118-106 Bulls victory. Kevin Love led the charge for the home squad with a double-double, […]

Photo Credit: fox8.com In case you’re a Cleveland Browns fan whose head has been buried in the sand, the team decided to hire Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as their next head coach.  Stefanski did a good job with Kirk Cousins and the plethora of weapons the Vikings offense had, beating the New Orleans […]

“And now, the end is near, and so I face the final curtain.” ~Frank Sinatra, My Way The end is here. Where Things Stand: NFL Edition Part 4-The Finale… for the 2019 season, that is. Did you really think I would skip out on this series in 2020? Think again!  We’ve had laughs, and we […]

Photo Credit: Steve Herrick, Associated Press The first Cleveland Cavaliers game of the decade started off with promise but ended on a sour note. Collin Sexton’s potential tying shot clanked off the backboard, as the Cavs fell to the Charlotte Hornets 109-106. The two teams played back on December 18, when Cleveland-area native Terry Rozier […]


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