Pretty Girl Asks NHL Goalie Out on Date...You Can Probably Guess What Happens

This is a friendly reminder, kids. Shoot your shot. Up and coming singer Taylor Acorn tweeted at New Jersey Devils goalie Keith Kincaid, asking for a date. Hey @Blockaid1 how many RT’s for you to take me out on a Continue reading →Read More »

Thome's HOF Plaque Won't Feature Chief Wahoo

Jim Thome’s plaque at the Baseball Hall of Fame won’t include the Chief Wahoo logo when he’s inducted in July, the Hall of Fame announced today. Thome played with the Indians from 1991-2002, and again in 2011. Instead, the block Continue reading →Read More »

The Cookie/Chili Challenge on 93.1 The Fan

A challenge was laid down from Matt Childers to Jon Cook over who will have the best bracket from the Sweet Sixteen on.  A friendly adult beverage is on the line. We’ll see who comes out on top! Jon Cook Continue reading →Read More »

The Dan Patrick Show: Guessing NFL Draft Comparisons

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Truex Dominates En Route to Fontana Victory

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Trusnik Leads 1st Day of ONU Practice

Not many NCAA Division III programs can say their first day of spring practice is led by a 10-year NFL veteran. But Ohio Northern can. 2007 ONU grad Jason Trusnik was back on campus to lead drills on the first Continue reading →Read More »

Up and Down Saturday for Buckeye Fans

It was a wild Saturday for Ohio State Buckeye fans. In the NCAA Wrestling Championships, the Buckeyes were in contention for the team National Championship, until Bo Nickal pined Ohio State’s Myles Martin in exciting fashion to clinch the title Continue reading →Read More »

Late Three From Mathias Sends Purdue to Sweet Sixteen

Elida grad Dakota Mathias hit a three-pointer with just under 20 seconds to send Purdue to the Sweet Sixteen with a 76-73 win over Butler Sunday. BIG TIME 👌 FOR PURDUE!!!#MarchMadness pic.twitter.com/XTUgcJknQi — NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) March 18, 2018 Continue reading →Read More »

Lowe's Won't Return As Johnson's Sponsor in 2019

  For all 18 of Jimmie Johnson’s seasons in NASCAR’s Cup Series, he’s had one sponsor plastered on his car. Now that sponsor is leaving. Hendrick Motorsports announced Wednesday that Lowe’s, Johnson’s chief sponsor for all seven of his championships, Continue reading →Read More »

WATCH: Joe Thomas Announces Retirement

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Bourdais collects second straight St. Pete win in wild finish

If the first race is an indication, the Verizon IndyCar Series is in for a wild, unpredictable and most exciting 2018 season. Sebastien Bourdais repeated as winner of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg today, but only after rookie Robert Continue reading →Read More »

WATCH: Javin Etzler's Last Second Three Sends Crestview to Regional

Crestview had to outscore Hicksville 17-4 in the final quarter to advance to the BGSU Regional, and it was awfully exciting. Javin Etzler hit a deep three at the buzzer for the win, and WOSN was there to capture it. Continue reading →Read More »

Browns Trade for Landry/Taylor, Deal Kizer

  The Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins have agreed to a trade that will bring three-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry to  Cleveland in exchange for draft choices, multiple media outlets reported Friday.  The Dolphins will receive a 2018 Continue reading →Read More »

WATCH: NASCAR Driver Asks For Sponsorship Help, A Current Driver and Legend Offer Help

GoFAS Racing’s Matt DiBenedetto isn’t one of the sports more well-known drivers. After being in top five in the final stages of the Daytona 500, he crashed, finishing 27th. He then finished 31st at Atlanta before finishing a season-high 21st Continue reading →Read More »

WATCH: This Poor WR at the NFL Combine Never Saw it Coming

Weber State DB Taron Johnson was so excited to work out at the NFL Combine. His dreams were coming true…and now he’s a viral superstar for all the wrong reasons. Taron Johnson took one to the head at the #NFLCombine. Continue reading →Read More »

Garman Joining Angels Organization as Assistant Coach

Brian Garman, the pitching coach for the Northwestern Ohio baseball team, has accepted an assistant coach position with the Inland Empire 66ers, the Los Angeles Angels Advanced Class A Affiliate in the California League, located in San Bernardino, California.  UNOH Continue reading →Read More »

Indians Mourn the Passing of Tito Francona Sr.

CLEVELAND, OH — The Cleveland Indians are deeply saddened to announce one of the Tribe’s great players JOHN PATSY “TITO” FRANCONA, father of current Indians Manager TERRY FRANCONA, passed away at the age of 84 at his home last night Continue reading →Read More »

Greg Oden Returning to Professional Basketball

Former No. 1 overall NBA draft pick Greg Oden is attempting to make a basketball comeback. Oden, who hasn’t played professional basketball since 2016, entered the Big3’s draft pool for the 2018 season, the league announced on Monday via ESPN. Continue reading →Read More »

College Football Attendance Drops Dramatically in 2017

Major college football attendance continued to decline in 2017.  As noted by CBSSports.com, attendance in FBS games dropped for the fourth consecutive season, according to data released by the NCAA,  and the decline from 2016 to 2017 was the sharpest Continue reading →Read More »

Every 40+ Yard Touchdown Randy Moss Caught

Randy Moss is 41 today. Here’s every 40+ yard touchdown he every caught. PS: There’s a lot of ’em. In honor of @RandyMoss‘ 41st Birthday… Here’s every single 40+ yard touchdown he had in his career! pic.twitter.com/93YqpI68GQ — NFL (@NFL) Continue reading →Read More »

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