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Updated 1 hour ago
Hoyer gets starting spot for Browns
BEREA, Ohio — Brian Hoyer will open the season as Cleveland’s starting quarterback, barely hanging on to his job by holding off hotshot rookie Johnny Manziel.

Updated 1 hour ago
Russell becoming vocal UT leader
As practice ended Saturday and the University of Toledo football team gathered at midfield, everybody at the Glass Bowl knew Alonzo Russell was not happy with how the offense finished its day.

Updated 3 hours ago
Wamer moves play-by-play career to television
No longer the play-by-play announcer for high school football games on WLQR-FM 106.5, Norm Wamer will remain in the football mix on television.

Updated 3 hours ago
Walleye signee Mercier played in NHL
The Toledo Walleye have signed Justin Mercier, a forward who played briefly in the NHL.

Updated 3 hours ago
Hill, Hessman help Hens
COLUMBUS — Shawn Hill’s second solid start since rejoining the Mud Hens and a strong offensive effort by the top of the batting order led Toledo to a 9-1 win over Columbus on Tuesday.

Updated 3 hours ago
BGSU football shifting into high gear
BOWLING GREEN — The Bowling Green State University football team saw another phase of the 2014 season end Tuesday.

Updated 3 hours ago
COOP SCOOP: Wade Gaynor
Ever since Wade Gaynor was drafted by the Tigers in 2009, he has steadily moved up the organization’s ladder.

Updated 3 hours ago
Buckeyes turn to Barrett
COLUMBUS — The sun arose Tuesday, but life as Ohio State knew it did not go on.

Published 10 hours ago
Browns not ready to name starting QB
CLEVELAND — This summer saga, packed with drama, celebrity and clumsiness, isn't quite over for the Browns. Hoyer vs. Manziel marches on.

Published 11 hours ago
Tigers score 3 in 11th, top Rays
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.  — Victor Martinez drew a tiebreaking bases-loaded walk during a three-run 11th inning and the Detroit Tigers beat the Tampa Bay Rays 8-6 on Tuesday night.