Les Levine write about Sports for the Cleveland Jewish News. Follow Les on Twitter @LesLevine.
One of the most exciting games in Cleveland Browns history took place Oct. 25 when the Browns visited the Cincinnati Bengals and traded home-run shots to the end zone. The Browns miraculously prevailed, 37-34.
Other than the words, “play ball, “ at the start of baseball’s exhibition season, there is nothing better to the ears of a sports fan than World Series Game 7.
Twenty-nine coaches are on the Cleveland Browns payroll. For the most part – until there is some stability in the organization – their jobs are dependent on the success of the team year-by-year. The fate of almost each coach depends on the success of the quarterback.
Until the incredible offensive performance by the Cleveland Browns in a 49-38 explosion against the Dallas Cowboys on Oct. 3, there has only been one really memorable game between the teams.
I have been in a love/hate relationship for more than 65 years. It has been suggested I give it up and find other things to do with my time. But it is not so easy to give up a group of guys that includes names like “Yogi,” “Scooter,” Gil, “Whitey,” “Moose,” Elston, Rog and “The Mick.” And th…
There is no sport like baseball when it comes to history, superstition and luck. As we embark on the strangest postseason ever, the Cleveland Indians secured their spot in a return to the postseason, with a dramatic come from behind 10th inning walk off home run against division rivals Chica…
While most Ohio State University football fans are happy the Buckeyes and the other Big Ten teams have their schedules, it’s not going to be as easy as you think to win the conference championship.
If the NFL starts on the right foot, the AFC North Division might be as deep as ever, certainly featuring the best crop of quarterbacks from top to bottom.
A large number of university presidents, athletic directors, head football coaches, parents and student-athletes want to salvage the 2020 college football season. Many conferences, including the Big Ten, have pulled the plug on playing in the fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Big Ten is…