Anderson Ends Holdout, Signs 3-Year Deal

Restricted free agent forward Josh Anderson signed a three-year contract with the Columbus Blue Jackets, the team announced on Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by the Blue Jackets, but Aaron Portzline of the Athletic reported that Continue reading →Read More »

Reunited and it feels so good!

It’s finally official! LeBron James and Dwyane Wade will be reunited when the 2017-18 season tips off for the Cavaliers October 17th. Of course, the news set the interwebs on FIRE! And the moment was not lost on the wonderful Continue reading →Read More »

Is this real life?! LA Tech loses 87 yards on 2nd & Goal! Wow!

As if already being blown out 57-14 wasn’t enough, the Bulldogs of LA Tech also learned that Murphy’s Law is still very prevalent today. On 2nd & Goal from the 6 yard-line, a bad shotgun snap flew past QB J’Mar Continue reading →Read More »

Exhibit 3978 of Joey Votto Being The Coolest Player in Baseball

Joey Votto is the man. And he proved it again on Thursday. The Reds first baseman smacked a solo dinger in the bottom of the 7th, and high fived a young fan battling neuroblastoma. Watler, known at Great American Ballpark Continue reading →Read More »

College Team Penalized For Obscure Rule

Florida A&M traveled to Little Rock to face Arkansas Tuesday night, with the Rattlers wearing their away jerseys. There was just one problem. According to Rule 1-4.5-b, numbers must contrast with the jersey, even if the digits have visible borders. Continue reading →Read More »

New Company, Keeping Market-Leading Radio Stations With Local Ownership and Management

RADIO VETERANS J CHAPMAN AND MATT CHILDERS FORM NEW COMPANY, KEEPING MARKET-LEADING RADIO STATIONS WITH LOCAL OWNERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT IN WEST – CENTRAL OHIO Muncie, IN Lima, OH – Friday, August 25, 2017 Beginning with a vision of great radio Continue reading →Read More »

Wapakoneta has some major holes to fill heading into the 2017 campaign

Wapakoneta earned a share of the WBL Title last year but saw their season end sooner than expected when they ran into Trotwood-Madison in the first round of the playoffs. When the 2017 season gets underway, the Redskins will have Continue reading →Read More »

It's back to smash-mouth football for Waynesfield-Goshen this season

Once a dominant football program in the NWCC, Waynesfield-Goshen has fallen on some hard times recently. The 2016 campaign saw the Tigers go winless, but HC Shane Wireman says that getting back to a ground-and-pound offense will help them control Continue reading →Read More »

Last year's playoff experience will help Arlington this season

It was a great season for the Red Devils last year, and maybe a slight surprise for the rest of BVC. HC Josh McGrain has used his first couple seasons at Arlington to build one of the most dominant defenses Continue reading →Read More »

Numbers are down but HC Dustin Price still expects his Rams to be in the hunt for the NWCC Crown

Upper Scioto Valley football is coming off their first playoff berth in school history, but they have a new field general leading the way into the 2017 season. Dustin Price has taken the step up from assistant coach to head Continue reading →Read More »

It's a long process but the New Bremen football program is starting to trend upward

It hasn’t been an easy road for the New Bremen football program and playing in one of the best conferences in the state hasn’t helped. Head Coach Chris Schmidt understands that it’s an uphill battle to establish his Cardinals in Continue reading →Read More »

Developing multi-sport athletes has been a major hurdle for Defiance football

It wasn’t an easy first season for Kevin Kline at Defiance. His Bulldogs finished the season 3-7 and one of the biggest problems has been getting multi-sport athletes. Coach Kline loves the success that Defiance has had in other sports, Continue reading →Read More »

St Henry is poised to battle for the top spot in the MAC

Lately the MAC has been dominated by Coldwater and Marion Local, but HC Brad Luthman says that his Redskins were a year ahead of schedule last season which gives them a lot of extra experience and composure heading into the Continue reading →Read More »

It will be a One-Day-At-A-Time approach for Recker and his Cougars

Coming off a winless campaign in 2016, HC Keith Recker has had his hands full trying to get his Van Wert squad back on track. The Cougars will be returning four offensive linemen, and Recker hopes that having that experience Continue reading →Read More »

Depth at the skill positions could be a concern for Celina

2017 brings more than just a new season for Celina, it also brings a new Head Coach. Brennan Bader is no stranger to the Bulldogs’ program, but this season will be his first time taking the reins as a head Continue reading →Read More »

Inexperience could cause problems for the 2017 version of Jeffcats' football

Jefferson has been riding the wave of success in recent years. As a matter of fact, the Jeffcats haven’t lost a conference game since 2014. This winning culture has helped the program continue to reload each season and stay at Continue reading →Read More »

The Flyers won a State Title last year but Goodwin says it's the most inexperienced team he's had

Coming off the Division VI State Championship last year, expectations remain high for the Flyers. HC Tim Goodwin says that despite all the success his program has had in recent years, this coming season could be a difficult one. Marion Continue reading →Read More »

Ken Schriner will have to do some position shuffling with his Titans

After the devastating loss of star QB Jay Kaufman this summer, the Titans’ HC Ken Schriner had to do some major shuffling with his team. Kaufman’s presence on both sides of the ball will be missed, but Schriner says it’s Continue reading →Read More »

Jeff Richards says his Bluffton Pirates are ahead of schedule

Heading into his second season at the helm of Bluffton, HC Jeff Richards says that his team is developing nicely and is farther along than they were last year heading into the season. With numbers up for the Pirates, Richards Continue reading →Read More »

Bill Garland bleeds Blue & Gold and he wants to get his Wildcats back on track

The Bath Wildcats had some high expectations entering the 2016 season, and what they found was a lot of disappointment. HC Bill Garland is Bath guy to his core, and he says that his team didn’t roll over when things Continue reading →Read More »

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