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Will LeBron and the Cavaliers be able to turn around the Boston series?

The key word is "Cavaliers."  LeBron has been cold in the first three games, but Z, Wally, Boobie, Smith and Big Ben have stepped it up.  I was impressed with the Cavs in game 3.  LeBron will eventually come around, especially in his favorite---Game Five.

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Basketball

O.J. Mayo’s Debacle Raises Questions….Again

            Whether they are playing in high school, college or in the pros, fans tend to hold their athletes up on a pedestal. Many of us fans have the notion that our athletes can do no wrong. They are heroes and friends; they represent the people and the communities they live in.  Yet, almost every year we turn on the television and there, plastered across the screen is breaking news about a student athlete who has violated NCAA codes by taking gifts or money.

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Boston Celtics

Editorial: NBA needs to end Tackle Basketball

Dr. James Naismith was asked how many fowl shots should be awarded in a particular situation. He gave them a rule of thumb that is still used today. “One if by hand, two if by knee.”

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Football
Beanie Wells

Wells is a Top 10 Pick

   Whether you are an Ohio State fan or not, it is hard to overlook Chris Wells on a national level.   Recently, I was told that this statement was one by an ignorant Ohio State fan; Beanie will be a top 10 pick in the 2009 draft.  Not only did this individual have no premise for the conclusion he/she so randomly jumped to, he/she also had nothing to refute it either.  My argument had support, both concrete and subjective.

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Football
Jay Richardson

Ex-Buckeye DE Jay Richardson may have to fight to keep his starting spot.

Most 5th round draft choices are usually happy just to make the team especially when they were the second player the team took at their position.  That was not the case with former Buckeye Jay Richardson, DE for the Oakland Raiders in 2007.

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Football
Brian Hartline

Buckeye Juniors may decided not to come out for the 2009 NFL Draft

Everyone remembers the 1983 quarterback draft with great fondness but that draft was one of the greatest in NFL history for all positions.  Even in the 10th round teams found quality players like Tim Krumrie all-star DT for the Bengals.  But what very few people realize, that draft had the best of 2 classes not one.

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Football
Ohio Wesleyan

OSU and Ohio Wesleyan celebrate the 1890 Game

Representatives of both schools involved in the historic May 3, 1890 game gathered Saturday to celebrate a historic game and dedicate a historical marker on the OWU campus commemorating both schools’ first football game. 

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Recruiting
Anthony LaLota

Anthony LaLota, New to the Game

2009 NJ Defensive End prospect Anthony LaLota was a basketball player until he decided that football at the Hun was a worthwhile endeavor.

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Football

Editorial:  Walsh Tapes just Chips off the Iceberg that is SpyGate

The tapes that Matt Walsh turned over to NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell included regular season games against San Diego, Miami (?) Buffalo (??) and Cleveland (are you kidding?  You and I could have beaten Cleveland in 01 even if you were having a bad game!).

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Recruiting
Pat Muldoon

Pat Muldoon, It’s all in the Family

St Xavier's Pat Muldoon recently received an offer as a defensive end for the quickly filling 2009 Buckeye recruiting class. Muldoon is unique in that he has friends and family already in the program.

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