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

I was sixteen years old. Christmas had just passed and, as a gift to myself, was now heading up 77-N to the Q. One ticket. Primetime. Home, against the Celtics. I got to the arena early, grabbed a bite, and sat down to watch warm-ups. Fresh off the title, the Cavs still carried team-wide energy […]

On March 10 around 2 p.m. Kent State announced all face-to-face classes would be suspended until April 13 due to the coronavirus. This is the first time I actually took COVID-19 seriously. Before March 10, I thought the virus was a hoax (yes, I really did!). I thought it would blow over like the Swine […]

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: latimes.com Remember when sports were on almost every night? Because, same. As all of us deal with the coronavirus situation and this “new normal”, the NFL says, “The show must go on” as the NFL Draft kicks off tomorrow night. A night that is usually filled with excitement and nerves for players will […]

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: wwe.com For the last 36 years, WWE  has put on their biggest show of the year, Wrestlemania, every spring. Wrestlemania is known for some of the biggest moments in the history of professional wrestling. Wrestlemania is where superstars such as “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, John Cena, The Undertaker, The Rock, Triple H, Edge, […]

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: wwe.com The Elimination Chamber. A concept created in 2002 by former RAW General Manager Eric Bischoff where six superstars put their body on the line for either a championship opportunity or for the gold itself. The chamber is surrounded by miles of steel and four lexicon glass pods. Each pod will contain one […]


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