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Can Cleveland Close?

After taking a 3-1 World Series lead last year against a professional baseball team that plays its home games on Chicago’s north side, the Indians have lost six consecutive closeout-elimination games. The resolve of this club is sure to be tested as it heads through the offseason and into next spring.

Blue Jackets ready to stand up to Big Brother

Little siblings don’t just learn how to fight back against bullying older brothers without first incurring bumps and bruises. So it is with the 2017-2018 Columbus Blue Jackets, an emerging hockey club coming off its best season in the franchise’s 16-year history, but still with some remaining unfinished business against its own bullying older brother

OHSAA weekly computer rankings

The Ohio High School Athletic Association released its weekly football computer ratings on Tuesday. The top 12 schools in each region are listed below by division and region with record and average points. This information is also posted on the football page at OHSAA.org, which includes an explanation of how the ratings are calculated. Top

Bengals in need of quick, successful turnaround against Miami in Thursday night clash

Frustration surfaced on the Bengals side of the ball Sunday as Cincinnati (1-2) suffered a second consecutive defeat, a 29-17 loss to the defending Super Bowl Champion Broncos. The loss puts the Bengals two full games behind undefeated Baltimore. Pittsburgh’s loss to Philadelphia puts the Steelers at 2-1, but with a game in hand on

OHSAA sends memo to officials regarding national anthem conduct

The governing body of Ohio high school athletics has directed its officials to remain neutral in the event of any student-athlete demonstrations or displays of protest during the national anthem. A memo sent late Wednesday afternoon from the Ohio High School Athletic Association instructs officials to let school administrators and boards of education address any

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