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Photo credit: patspulpit.com The Cleveland Browns had a full two weeks to prepare for one the biggest games of their season against the defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots. The Patriots were coming off a short week, defeating the New York Jets 33-0 on Monday Night Football, but when Bill Belichick and Tom Brady […]

Photo credit: cbssports.com We are officially over halfway through College Football’s regular season and after a weekend off for Fall Break, I’m back to give you the latest on the biggest games and best players of the week.   Games of the week   (7)Penn State 28, (16)Michigan 21 In front of over 110,000 fans […]

Photo credit: oanow.com When Dustin Crum was named the starting quarterback for the Kent State Golden Flashes, many eyebrows were raised, but head coach Sean Lewis knew he was a player who could put up box office numbers like he did yesterday against Ohio University. ‘ “There’s a reason he earned that opportunity,” Lewis said. […]

Photo credit: barstoolsports.com The good: Kirk Cousins continued to throw the ball well this week, Lamar Jackson carved up the Bengals through the air and the ground, and Deshaun Watson out dueled Patrick Mahomes in a battle of MVP candidates. The bad: Minshew Magic ran out of acts against the Saints, the refs completely screwed […]

Photo credit: comicbook.com Tuesday, WWE announced that Bruce Prichard has been named the new Executive Director of Smackdown, replacing Eric Bischoff. Bischoff had been in the role since returning to the company in June after not being in the WWE for over a decade. However, since Bischoff was brought back, reports have been swirling about […]

Photo credit: dawgsbynature.com The Browns came back to First Energy Stadium Sunday for the first time since September 22 to take on the Seattle Seahawks. Coming off an embracing Monday night loss against the San Francisco Niners, the Browns looked to bounce back in this one, but it did not go their way. Seattle kicked […]

Photo credit: barstoolsports.com The narrative around the NFL continues to change with certain players raising their games to an elite level while others are starting to fade. Week 5 featured nine games that were decided by one possession, including one overtime game(Ravens-Steelers). Also, we officially have an MVP race on our hands. Time to hand […]

Photo credit: http://gatorsports.com/ As we turn the calendar to October, the college football season is beginning to heat up. This weekend featured a Top 10 SEC battle, a coach looking to stay off the hot seat and plenty more. As usual, I’ll break it all down, highlighting the best games and the players of the […]

Photo credit: oanow.com  The final non-conference game for the 2019 Kent State football team concluded at the alma mater of two high profile people associated with Kent State; First year president Todd Diacon, and second year head coach Sean Lewis. Both men have degrees from the University of Wisconsin, but the sixth ranked Badgers clearly […]

October baseball has started, but we’re just wrapping up 2019’s Where Things Stand: MLB Edition with a Part 3 finale! While this season has been ripe with entertainment, joy, frustration and dingers galore, we finally have wrapped up the regular season. If you’ve read the previous two editions, there will be plenty of humor, snark […]


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