Touchdown Browns!

The sun is shining brighter! The food is tasting better! The grass is greener, and the colors are a lot more vibrant.

Specifically brown and orange on this beautiful Browns victory Monday!

That’s right our Cleveland Browns expand their winning streak to three after an electrifying game against the Dallas Cowboys!

This is the first time since 2001 that the browns start a season 3-1.

The Browns defeated the Cowboys 49-38 with the fourth quarter being a nail bitter and the Dallas Cowboys scoring 24 unanswered points.

The last time the brown put up 49 points was September 16th, 2007 with a 51-45 victory in the Battle of Ohio versus the Bangles.

The game was ultimately put out of reach with a flea-flicker jet sweep to Odell Beckham Jr, He ran the ball for 50 yards and a touchdown.

Bakers Mayfield’s post-game interviews never fail to entertain when asked,

 “Baker, do you know the last time the Browns were 3-1?” someone asked. Mayfield replied, “No and I don’t really care.

Is it safe to say he has grown up a lot from feeling dangerous?

I think it’s too early to tell if this Browns team is the real deal with all the heartbreak this city has felt, but I do believe we are trending in the right direction.

Unfortunately, this game was not all great with Cleveland’s elite running back Nick Chubb getting placed on the IR after injuring his right knee.

This is a very scary situation for the browns.

In 2015 back in Georgia Chubb suffered a gruesome left knee injury.

 Chubb tore the PCL, MCL, and LCL in his left knee. He also dislocated the knee and suffered cartilage damage.

Here at we are hoping for a speedy recovery for our superstar RB and can’t wait to see him back in action. Down below is a link to help our fans understand Chubb’s injury.

Down Goes The Tribe

There has been a lot of ups and a lot of downs this MLB season but unfortunately, it did not end on a
high for our Cleveland Indians as they suffered another heartbreaking defeat against the New York
Yankees in the AL wildcard game yesterday at Progressive Field. The tribe did not go out with a fight
with the score of 10-9 this was an absolute slobber knocker! The tribe started strong putting up 4
runs in the first inning. Three of those runs after 2 rain delays something the tribe should be used to at this point. Sean Carlo Stanton hit a solo home run to put the Bombers on the board in the top of the second inning. Then at the top of the fourth Gio Urshela Hits a breathtaking gland slam sending the ball deep into the left-center field putting the Yankees on top 5-4. At the top of the 5th inning, the Yankees would tack on one more. At the bottom of the 5th, A big hit from Jose Ramirez would clock in 2 more runs sending Lindor and Hernandez home. Then at the top of the 6th just like they drew it up Gary Sanchez hits a home run putting New York on top 8-6. At the bottom of the 7th the tribe would tie the game 8-8.
Then off a Hernandez base hit to take the lead 9-8 in the bottom of the 8th. That was then followed by a
Yankees double play to end the inning. Brad hand unfortunately could not close out the game giving up
2 runs putting the score at 10-9 and ending the Tribes season. Lindor was asked by the media how this
Felt. Did it feel like a playoff game? He responded with no it felt like a “big game late in the season” not
a playoff game. seems like a red flag if you ask me. How will the tribe manage to mustard up some playoff wins losing 11 playoff games since 2016. We will have to wait and see were this offseason takes

High School Football

With the high school football season coming to end it’s almost like it didn’t take place. The shortened

the season due to Covid-19 is a game away from being over with teams playing 6 games instead of 10.

The rivalries did not feel the same for some teams and the atmosphere for games like the holy war did

not take your breath away. On the bright side, postseason football is near and All Sports Cleveland is

here to provide you with Maxpreps top 10 power ranking!

1 Archbishop Hoban (Akron) 4-0 65.6 26.0 +1
2 Pickerington Central (Pickerington) 5-0 64.5 16.8 -1
3 Dublin Coffman (Dublin) 5-0 56.5 32.0 +2
4 St. Edward (Lakewood) 4-1 56.3 45.1 -1
5 St. Xavier (Cincinnati) 3-2 55.7 47.4 -1
6 Central Catholic (Toledo) 3-0 55.0 26.2 +1
7 Mentor 4-1 54.4 39.2 -1
8 Chardon 5-0 53.4 22.5 +2
9 Washington (Massillon) 4-1 51.0 34.4
10 La Salle (Cincinnati) 3-2 50.6 43.3 -2

Back To Business

2020 has been a rollercoaster ride for the entire world. Our world was put on pause due to Covid-19. The way we lived our lives was completely derailed. Sports fans everywhere lost their escape from the real world when the sports world came to a halt. As the world heals from the pandemic so does our escape from reality. With the NBA back in full swing, it’s relieving to see things are getting back to normal
and somethings never change with LeBron making his tenth finals appearance with his 3rd different team leading the Lakers to their first finals appearance since the late great Kobe Bryant led Lakers in 2010.

  1. The King had another dominating performance notching his 28th career triple-double shooting 15-
    25 with 38 points 16 rebounds and 10 assist to send home the Denver Nuggets in game 5 of the Western
    Conference Finals. It is safe to say that LeBron has flipped the switch and ready to pop The Bubble as the Lakers saddle up to go head to head with the blazing hot Miami Heat team in the 2020 NBA Finals.
    Game 1 is Wed, 9/30 at 9 pm.
  2. The NBA isn’t the only thing to get excited about. The MLB is back in business and the regular season was gone in the blink of an eye and its playoff time. But this isn’t your average playoff picture.
    Its 2020 so you know Major League Baseball had to shake things up. The MLB has implemented an expanded playoff format with 16 teams. This could possibly be one of the wildest postseasons we have ever seen with this new format with teams that haven’t hit their stride getting an extra chance to make something special happen. Our own Cleveland Indians played well enough to make the cut this year and will be battling the New York Yankees in the Wild Card round in a 3 game series. American League
    Triple Crown-winning picture Shane Bieber will be starting for the Tribe in the first game of the series.
    All Sports Cleveland cannot wait to see what this action-packed playoff picture has to offer.
  3. The year 2020 has been full of surprises. A lot of them not so pleasant. But something out of the ordinary has happened and probably the most shocking thing for a lot of people and that’s our
    Cleveland Browns are over .500 for the first time since 2014 with the season just starting and the Browns suffering an embarrassing but not crippling week one loss against the Ravens they have managed to put together 2 commanding wins in back to back weeks putting the browns at 2-1. The season is still very young. New head coach Kevin Stefanski seems to be a sight for sore eyes. maybe it’s to early to tell. But the excitement and aura in Cleveland has come a long way since Freddie Kitchens and Hue Jackson. But then again you can’t spell miracle with CLE. With the sports world getting back to normal hopefully so does our reality.

2020 BARON CUP on

For the 5th season in a row, high school Playoff Hockey returns to as the radio home of the Baron Cup. Once again, we will air every game of the Baron Cup LIVE! Games will be saved in podcast form after Championship Sunday.

You can listen to the Baron Cup right here:

Below is the All Sports Cleveland Baron Cup Broadcast Schedule! Pregame begins at 4pm 2/10-2/12. 5pm 2/13-2/14. 12:30pm 2/15 & 12pm 2/16.


Mentor Football Postseason Coverage

All Sports Cleveland is your exclusive home of the 2019 Mentor Football Postseason.

Our coverage begins at 5pm with the official OHSAA Football Preview Show.
The network produces a series of weekly football and basketball preview shows that include statewide schedules, interviews and updates, state tournament previews and audio highlights.

Then at 5:30pm Gridiron Gameday will get you first look analysis of the upcoming Mentor Postseason games and all of the upcoming postseason football games live from our Ohio Media School studios in Valley View.

At 6pm, we will take live to the football stadium for Countdown to Kickoff as we set the scene for the Big Division 1 Playoff game. Mentor will face top teams like Euclid, St. Ed’s, McKinley, etc…

You can listen live here:

Ignatius-Mentor, Avon Lake-Avon, Cuyahoga Hts-Kirtland, Euclid-Mentor Highlight 2019 High School Football Schedule

The 2019 High School Football season is underway with training camps all over Northeast Ohio. High School Football presented by the Radio Networks and the Ohio Media School returns to All Sports Cleveland and North Coast Underground with the best games and best teams of Northeast Ohio.

You can listen to each game here:

WTAM’s Anthony Alford returns for his third season as lead studio host of High School School on ASC and NCU. Alford also returns as host of The Scoreboard Show, All Sports Cleveland’s weekly studio high school football postgame show.

The OBR’s Mac Robinson returns for his second season of coverage. Robinson will host a brand new social media pregame/halftime/postgame show “The Sideline Show” from the site of one of our scheduled games on our social media platforms. Other members of the All Sports Cleveland team will also host “The Sideline Show” from their game sites.

Last season’s Postseason voice Jaret Andrews will be on the call for St. Ignatius-Mentor contest on Friday September 6th. ASC will feature veteran and new personalities throughout the 2019 season.