Limaland Cancels Season Opener

A week of snow, rain, saturated grounds, and temperatures into the 30’s with no drying time has prompted Limaland Motorsports Park to cancel the “Season Opening Shootout” Presented by Smith Boughan Mechanical, Friday, April 20th. Limaland Motorsports Park will open Continue reading →Read More »

Reds Fire Bryan Price

After an awful 3-15 start to the season, their worst start in team history, the Reds have fired manager Bryan Price. Former Padres, Cubs, and Nationals manager Jim Riggleman, 65, will take over as the interim manager. Price was 279-387 during Continue reading →Read More »

Korean Fans Love Jared Hoying So Much He Has His Own Theme Song

After spending a few years in the big leagues with the Texas Rangers, Fort Loramie grad Jared Hoying moved to South Korea to play for the Hanwha Eagles. He’s been on an absolute tear, hitting .397, with 6 HR’s, 19 Continue reading →Read More »

Hue Jackson Tells Browns Players "Winning Starts Today"

The Browns are 1-31 in the past two seasons. They held the #1 pick in last year’s draft, and will have the #1 and #4 picks in next week’s draft. Things haven’t been pretty in Cleveland for a while now. Continue reading →Read More »

Kyle Korver Discusses Grieving Process After Brother's Death

It’s been a tough month for Kyle Korver. The 37-year-old has been battling a foot injury, but more importantly, his brother passed away. “It’s been a complicated month in my mind,” Korver said. Korver also said he’s received unbelievable support Continue reading →Read More »

Tommy Bowden Coming to Lima

Former Clemson and Tulane head coach Tommy Bowden will be in Lima for an event with Lima Baptist Temple this weekend, and our Vince Koza caught up with him to discuss his coaching career, the issues facing college coaches today, Continue reading →Read More »

Kyle Busch Win's Wild One at Bristol

What a wild weekend at Bristol. First, rain pushed most of the race to Monday. Then on Monday, the scheduled start time was pushed back due to more rain. After the action started, Paul Menard came to pit road. One Continue reading →Read More »

Should Cavs Fans Be Worried? Yes, If You Ask Dan Patrick

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Son of NFL Legend Attends Ohio State Spring Game

Dallas Jesuit sophomore running back E.J. Smith is rated as one of the best running backs in all of Texas. He already holds an offer from Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and Ohio State.  He attended Ohio State’s spring game on Continue reading →Read More »

Report: Cowboys Release Dez Bryant

With a cap hit over $16 million, the Cowboys have elected to release Dez Bryant, rather than offer him a pay cut. Bryant, 29, was one of the NFL’s leading receivers during his 8 seasons with the Cowboys. He’s caught Continue reading →Read More »

What Do NFL Scouts Look For at Pro Days?

Obviously, we know the Cleveland Browns haven’t exactly had stellar draft classes the past few seasons. But with a new regime in place, and with 5 of the top 65 picks in the draft this season, expectations have turned around. Continue reading →Read More »

A Beef Recap: War of Words Between Lebron and Enes Kanter

Lebron James is the best player in the world. Enes Kanter might be one of the biggest badasses in the world. He has, literally, stood up to a brutal dictator in his home country, Turkey. But he’s somehow picked a Continue reading →Read More »

Jose Ramirez Went 2-3 Using Someone Else's Bat

Jose Ramirez went 2-3 on Tuesday, including a first-inning home run. And he did it all using a teammate’s bat! Rajai Davis was the only Indian hitting above .190 coming into Tuesday’s game, so Ramirez used his bat, and it Continue reading →Read More »

Report: Mike Brown Asked Eric Reid About Anthem Protests

Free-agent safety Eric Reid was asked for his reaction by Mike Brown after the Cincinnati Bengals owner told him that he plans to prohibit kneeling during the national anthem for the 2018 season, Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio reported on Continue reading →Read More »

Johnny Manziel Says "No One Was There Helping Me" in Cleveland

Former Browns QB Johnny Manziel was on The Dan Patrick Show Wednesday and put some of the blame for his NFL flame out on the Browns. “If Cleveland did any of their homework, they would have known I was a Continue reading →Read More »

Josh Allen's College Coach Says He's Perfect Fit for Browns

Wyoming head coach Craig Bohl joined The Dan Patrick Show to talk about his star quarterback Josh Allen. Allen, one of the potential QB’s the Browns could pick with the #1 overall pick, played for Bohl for two seasons, and Continue reading →Read More »

Ohtani's Reaction to Getting Silent Treatment From Teammates Is Hilarious

Shohei Ohtani hit his first MLB home run off Josh Tomlin last night (but for real, who didn’t hit a dinger off of Tomlin last night?), and he was, understandably, excited. But being the new guy, his teammates gave him Continue reading →Read More »

Edwin Encarnacion Hits Inside-The-Park Home Run

Edwin Encarnacion isn’t the quickest guy in the big leagues. I think that’s fair to say. But he did hit the Indians first inside-the-park home run since 2016 last night, and Tom Hamilton enjoyed it thoroughly. Continue reading →Read More »

Fun Fact: John Thompson Has Never Watched The 1985 National Championship Game

Villanova beating Georgetown in the 1985 National Championship Game is one of the biggest upsets in NCAA Tournament history.  And, apparently, Georgetown head coach John Thompson has never gotten over that loss, because he told Dan Patrick he’s never actually Continue reading →Read More »

One of the Most Insane Golf Shots You'll Ever See

Jose Maria Olazabal hit one of the most insane shots you’ll ever see at Augusta on Monday. Watch José María Olazábal almost hole out skipping across the pond on No. 16. #themasters pic.twitter.com/mupNxED05t — Masters Tournament (@TheMasters) April 2, 2018 Continue reading →Read More »

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