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Josh CribbsWhile many Browns fans expected Josh Cribbs to play for Cleveland, it looks like he will instead be coaching the Browns. He’s joined his old team once again, having left the organization back in 2012. This time, though, he’ll be a special teams coaching intern working under Hue Jackson.Jackson said that he wants to put Cribbs in a position where he can be successful and lea
Dorsey 1 Jackson 0Jackson wanted AJ McCarren but was over ruled. Dorsey clearly has the ear of Browns ownership that allowed him to sign Tyrod Taylor over Jackson’s objections. That was a good move because Taylor helped the Bills get to the playoffs. The book on McCarren has mostly blank pages.The Cavs have fallen and can’t get up.Having lost 2 games to the Clippers then to the lowly
Just a mere year ago Keita Bates-Diop was part of a team that only managed 11th place in the Big Ten conference. This year, not only is he a member of a second place team, Ohio State, he is also player of the year for the Big Ten. This is a prestigious title given by media and coaches. The stats Keita Bates-Diop put forth to win the title, an average of 8.9 rebounds and 19.2 points per game. Thes
It's official, Taver Johnson returning to Ohio State is a done deal. He is coming back to the Buckeyes after his stint as cornerbacks coach in 2007 until 2011. He will be taking the place of Kerry Coombs and leaving his position at Temple. Johnson was the defensive coordinator as well as the safeties coach for the Temple Owls. The head coach for Ohio State, Urban Meyer, is glad to see Taver J
Ohio State is making dreams come true for several in-state seniors by giving them opportunities to be preferred walk-ons as the Buckeyes wrap up recruiting. For almost all of these seniors, the opportunity to play for Ohio State is hard to pass up even if it means giving up full scholarships to other less prestigious programs. A preferred walk-on can use the coaching staff, the training faciliti
Ohio State beats Purdue in the final minutes of the game last week leading the team to be ranked number 8 in the latest NCAAM AP Poll. The number three team in the nation, Purdue, saw their 19 game winning streak come to an end against Ohio State. This was due in part to the performance of junior, Keita Bates-Diop. His tip-in, with 2.8 seconds left on the clock, gave Ohio State their one point wi
Similar in body type, playing style and even background, I have to say that Chris Olave reminds me of a younger Devin Smith. That may seem like a bit of overkill for some Ohio State fans, I get it, but Chris Olave will have to earn that comparison and I believe him to be up to the task. The comparison comes based mostly on speed. As you know, Smith was not only a state-champion long-jumper but
Chris Olave, the four-star receiver, is the latest recruit for the Ohio State Buckeyes 2018 roster. He is the 54th receiver in the nation and the 24th recruit for Ohio States 2018 season. He will join ranks with L'Christian Smith, Kamryn Babb, and Cameron Brown, the other four-star players that are part of the 2018 recruiting class. One might wonder why Ohio State chose to fill another receiver
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