So I got to do the OMS minute on ESPN Cleveland, 850 AM WKNR, and I killed it. I don’t mean to toot my own horn, but the hosts told me after how memorable my spot was, and how confident I seemed. They commented on my energy also, and how I didn’t seem nervous at all.
I feel comfortable on the radio, which I guess is a good thing since that is what i want to eventually do! Tomorrow is my first show on allsportscleveland.com so we will see if this confidence continues.
Staff, quarterbacks, and even a uniform change aren’t enough to rescue the Browns from The Factory of Sadness.
Don’t worry Cleveland fans, I am not going to write another article re-hashing the Drive, The Fumble, Red Right 88, and The Move. The fact that I mentioned them in the first sentence say a lot, but that’s low hanging fruit… Continue reading
During arguably the most important offseason in recent memory (other than the return of King James) the Cavaliers are without a Continue reading
A different team showed up tonight at Quicken Loans Arena for game four of the NBA Finals. Kyrie Irving had 40 points in by far his best playoff performance of the year, JR Smith was finally able to knock down big shots, and Tristan Thompson was able to shake off the Kardashian Continue reading
This NBA postseason has been unlike any other I have experienced in my 34 years. Not just because the Cavs dominated the number one seed Celtics, but they dominated in a historic manner. A 50 point Continue reading
UFC lightweight champion Conor McGregor says he has signed a “Record-breaking deal” to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now, he says, it’s up to Mayweather to do the same to make the megafight happen.
“The first, and most important part of this historic contract has now officially been signed off on,” McGregor said in a statement to Themaclife.com.
“Congratulations to all parties involved. We now await Al Haymon and his boxer’s signature in the coming days.” McGregor did not specify the terms of the deal he signed. Continue reading
I decided to kind of “live blog” during the Cavs game. It was a little hard to stay focused on the game while typing, but at the same time I needed a break because no matter the score, I am on the edge of my seat! The Cavs Continue reading