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Another abysmal season in Cleveland

December 31, 2012 If in 1999 you would’ve told Browns fans their team would average five wins a year over the next 14 seasons they might have thought twice about having them come back. One playoff appearance. more »»

COLUMN: Meltdown, miracle, or both?

October 2, 2012 At first glance Sunday, the United States red, white and blew it at the Ryder Cup something fierce. Singles match after singles match kept going the way of the Europeans, and the U.S. more »»

COLUMN: Covering the spread

September 26, 2012 The only thing more surprising than the botched Monday night call in the Seattle-Green Bay game was the fact it didn’t happen to the Browns. Packers fans, you now know our pain. Well, not exactly. more »»

Mild Thing, I think we love you

August 9, 2012 Most of the time I pick John Daly to contend in a major tournament, it’s wishful thinking. It’s impossible to predict how Daly is going to play from week to wee. more »»

Unflappable, easy going, focused. Meet ... The Duf

August 1, 2012 AKRON — Jason Dufner doesn’t look like your typical golfer. more »»

Down go the past champs

July 17, 2012 I’m not against new guys. Really, I’m not. You won’t find me on Sunday afternoon cursing the first-time winners on my television during golf’s major events. more »»

COLUMN: There isn’t a big enough penalty

July 12, 2012 In 1987, the Southern Methodist University football program, riddled with NCAA infractions, under the table payments to players and shady deals as far as the eye could see, ultimately had its... more »»

Cigars in the outfield

July 6, 2012 It’s fitting the absolute very first memory I can recall has to do with sports. My father, brother and I were playing baseball in the yard. more »»

COLUMN: Cincinnati, Pittsburgh rivalry needs kick

June 28, 2012 The last time both the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates were this good at the same time, Barry Bonds hats were three sizes smaller and Pete Rose was still adamant he never bet on baseball. more »»

COLUMN: Bury your resentment Cleveland

June 22, 2012 At some point Cleveland, you’re gonna have to let this go. more »»

Predictably unpredictable

June 13, 2012 Every June the U.S. Open conjures images of guys like Kevin Costner’s character in “Tin Cup. more »»

Covering the Spread (COLUMN)

May 15, 2012 I’m going to start today’s column with the latest entry to the “What on earth are they thinking” file. It should leave most of you as dumbfounded as it did me. more »»

Covering the Spread (COLUMN)

May 2, 2012 Roger Goodell can’t have it both ways. more »»

COLUMN: Bubba has to manage off course as well as on

April 9, 2012 Bubba Watson is the new Phil Mickelson. Remember years back when many people considered Mickelson a phony? Phil’s squeaky-clean, prim, proper and polite image almost seemed to good to be true. more »»

Covering the Spread (COLUMN)

March 25, 2012 Now that Tiger Woods has finally won, the first thought that came to mind was maybe it will silence some of the nay-sayers doubting he’s well on his way back to being the most dominant figure in golf. more »»

Covering the Spread (COLUMN)

March 10, 2012 Thank you Washington for helping to keep Cleveland from making another terrible draft decisio. more »»

COLUMN: Griffin III too good to be true

March 1, 2012 Often when things seem too good to be true, they in fact are. Case in point is Baylor quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin II. more »»

Writing off Woods a foolish endeavor

February 12, 2012 At about 4 p.m. more »»

Paterno's death a tough one to mourn

January 22, 2012 Is being oblivious the same as being guilty? In the case of Joe Paterno, no matter how big his contributions to Penn State and to college football were, I’m afraid it is. more »»

COLUMN: Pavlik has become a casualty of the city

December 22, 2011 There’s a great pastime in the Mahoning Valley. A friend of mine said “taking pleasure in watching people and ideas fail is sadly a Youngstown tradition. more »»

 
 

 

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