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Underclassmen Declare for NFL Draft

By Dan DiLoreto | January 21, 2009

On Monday, January 19, 2009 the NFL announced the names of the 46 early entires to the NFL Draft. The 2009 NFL Draft is scheduled to take place at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on April 25th and 26th. Below is the list of players, their position, and university attended. Asher Allen,…

5 Things I learned From Last Nights Game

By Dan DiLoreto | January 20, 2009

In the big picture, last night’s Cavs game really doesn’t matter. It was a regular season game, on the road, against the Western Conference’s best team. But, there are a couple of things to learn from it: 1) The Cavs miss big Z and Delonte badlyWithout Delonte and big Z, the Cavs have no spacing…

Ohio State over Michigan

By Dan DiLoreto | January 19, 2009

A Guest Post by Zach Attack… Big win for OSU Saturday night at Crisler Arena, as they were in need of a good road win & this was a golden opportunity for it. This now makes Thad Matta 8-1 career against the Wolverines (Tressel is 7-1 – that’s what I call dominance from OSU coaches).…

2009 draft part deux

By Dan DiLoreto | January 17, 2009

Very intriguing article by the So Cal Shredder, and it got me thinking about my very own Browns 1st round pick wishlist. I’ve been digging around doing a lot of research, and here is what I have come up with to this point: The #1 hole on the entire Browns team, at this moment, is…

With the 5th pick in the 2009 draft the Cleveland Browns select…

By Dan DiLoreto | January 17, 2009

For Browns fans the last weekend of every April seems to be that time of year where your heads are held highest. A time of year when it was a near certainty that a Browns draft picks career will quickly and painfully end in the city of Cleveland. Its the time of year where a top 10 draft…

With the 21st pick in 2009 draft, Montreal Alouettes select…

By Dan DiLoreto | January 9, 2009

I’m man enough to admit when I have been a little, tiny bit wrong. Despite what I have been saying for the last 2 years, Tim Tebow is one best leaders I have ever seen on the college football field. The way he gets his team hyped up and ready to go is quite a…

National Championshit.

By Dan DiLoreto | January 8, 2009

Tonight is the Big Game. The one every team sets out to get to at the beginning of the season. Tonight we have a battle of Ohioans in Urban Meyer from Ashtabula and Bob Stoops who hails from Youngstown. Personally, being a Buckeye fan, obviously I want to see Oklahoma embarrass Florida in their own…

Letter to Randy Lerner Part 2

By Dan DiLoreto | January 7, 2009

Dear Randy, It is very evident that you read my first letter and took my advice. You have really put me in the proverbial pickle. You actually gave me what I asked for. This is a very nerve wrecking position to be in. I feel like a golf ball that is about to be struck…

Black and Decker Helmet Wrecker.

By Dan DiLoreto | January 2, 2009

Let me start off by saying Happy New Year to you all. I hope you had as much fun as I did celebrating the New Year. If you didn’t do the worm across the floor, then I’m pretty sure I had a better time than you. Moving on… Why does Chris Wells feel the need…

Dear Randy Lerner

By Dan DiLoreto | December 30, 2008

I will make this very clear. If you do not offer Eric Mangini the head coaching vacancy, I might quit being a Browns fan. He is the right coach, at the right time, for the right team. Mangini just got fired from New York for going 10-6 because his retard of a QB threw 2…

Enemies of The Month

By Dan DiLoreto | December 12, 2008

Even though these people are not the current Enemy of The Month they are, for the most part, still considered d-bags and labeled as such by the Thunder Treats community and writers. February 2009 – Chris Brown March 2009 – Manny Ramirez May 2009 – Rajon Rondo June 2009 – Kate Gosselin July 2009 –…