Thomas Bradley sits down with Patrick Maks, a sports reporter for the New York Times to talk about Buckeye Sports. This week we also cover the science of NFL scheduling.
Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley preview the OSU/Cincinnati game, talk about the Columbus Blue Jackets and discuss the NFL in Ohio.
Johnny Football is drafted by the Cleveland Browns, and Steve Brown can’t be happier. Join Thomas Bradley and Steve on WOSU Public Media’s After The Score as they recap the exciting first round of the 2014 NFL draft with Rob Oller of the Columbus Dispatch.
The NFL converted on all but 5 extra-point kicks this season. The one point after the touchdown has become virtually automatic. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to change that.
Due to some clever maneuvering by lobbyists in the 1960′s, the NFL’s head office is classified as a non-profit organization. But the league’s revenues were more than $250 million in 2011, and all of that went untaxed.
Can Ohio State Basketball right the ship? Why doesn’t the NFL pay taxes? What should be done about the extra point?
Columbus is known for college football and the Ohio State Buckeyes, right? But did you know the first NFL headquarters was a stone’s throw away from the Ohio Statehouse.
Why haven’t the Cleveland Browns found a head coach yet? Is Cleveland a desirable coaching job, or are the Browns doomed to mediocrity?