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Albright makes his NFL draft prognostications

May 4, 2014 Now that the combine and players’ Pro Days are over, it is time to draw up Joe Albright’s Mock Draft 2.0. more »»

Handicapping the Derby is like Mission: Impossible

May 3, 2014 Remember Mission: Impossible? Each week, Mr. more »»

Johnson outside looking in

May 3, 2014 Jimmie Johnson has accumulated the most television on-screen time for his sponsors during the first nine NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races of 2014. more »»

Helping out local initiative

May 2, 2014 It never hurts to help out a good cause whenever one can. more »»

Shears’ success on the links

May 1, 2014 Adeena Shears has taken the Hurricane Junior Golf Tour by storm. The tour features 100 events beginning in January and ending on the first day of September. more »»

Not every comeback succeeds

April 30, 2014 The world of sports has seen great athletes say goodbye to the spectacle that made them famous only to seek a return to inspire their fans, teammates and others with a comeback. more »»

Show me a team with 4 QBs...

April 29, 2014 A wise man once wrote..... “If you tell me you have two quarterbacks then you’re really telling me that you have none. more »»

State BOE must save prep sports

April 28, 2014 Be it a law regarding such a weighty matter as our health care or a proposal as seemingly trivial as allowing unlimited high school sports practices during the summer, the devil always shows up in... more »»

Lindsay to help OSU line

April 26, 2014 After all the concern and apprehension about Ohio State’s offensive line in the coming season living up to past high Buckeye standards, head coach Urban Meyer got some good news — and O-line help —... more »»

’Jackets turn it on in spring

April 25, 2014 It’s been a pretty good spring thus far at Williamstown High School. Sure, veteran Yellowjacket baseball coach Terry Smith’s team has struggled, but it’s tough to be good every year. more »»

Technology hurting grand game of golf

April 25, 2014 Technology and time has taken its toll on the grand game of golf. Golf manufacturers have designed today’s equipment and golf balls to make older courses obsolete. more »»

Time for real deal for Fischer

April 24, 2014 For all the sweat and tears Chase Fischer left on the court as a member of the Brigham Young University scout team, not once did he see a minute of playing time. more »»

Time to hand out awards

April 23, 2014 With the school year rapidly winding down, it’s time to hand out postseason awards. more »»

Athletes: Say no to unions

April 22, 2014 So, college athletes want to become unionized. more »»

Treading on thin revenue

April 21, 2014 aMillions of dollars are being wasted by teams traveling to various tracks to test tires. more »»

NCAA, SSAC off base

April 20, 2014 When I was growing up, one of the fixtures on Sunday television was Issues and Answer. more »»

Buckeyes still facing decisions

April 19, 2014 Now that Ohio State’s football team has finished up spring drills with summer pre-season camp up next, it’s time to look at how spring practice has solidified some positions while others still... more »»

Looking ahead to fight cards

April 18, 2014 When it comes to the area fight scene there are several interesting developments worth noting. First and foremost, a week from this Saturday inside Glenville’s Jesse R. more »»

‘Big Three’ set the standard of golf

April 18, 2014 The No. 3 is iconic in many facets of sports. It is notable in baseball, auto racing and golf. In baseball, it marks the number of chances a hitter has to challenge the ability of a pitche. more »»

Human element required

April 17, 2014 Following the first two weeks of the regular season, Major League Baseball’s replay system is in a quandary with its critics. more »»

 
 

 

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