Cleveland Browns, NCAA Basketball

Zion Williamson’s OMG return, Browns fans emotional over Odell, USC scandal drama

Zion Williamson returns, Browns fans emotional over Odell Beckham Jr, the latest drama at USC in the college cheating scandal and what should be the next great Olympic sport.

Zion Williamson announced his return with authority. After missing the last six games with a knee sprain, the phenom went 13/13 from the field, setting an ACC record in Duke’s win over Syracuse.

He had 29 points, 14 rebounds and five steals and a few ferocious dunks where he showed off the explosive power he’s known for. That knee’s fine. The rest of college basketball is in big, big trouble.

In the wake of the college cheating recruiting scandal Lori Loughlin’s daughters and, Olivia and Isabella are leaving USC. Well, you can forget about USC crew winning the national title now.

And when is USC going to make athletic director Lynn Swann leave too?

It took Alex Rodriguez 16 years to get a ring, but it only took two years to put a ring on Jennifer Lopez’s finger. Best wishes to the happy couple, but what could you get them for a wedding gift? You can’t show up with a blender or panini press to the nuptials of Mr. Alex Rodriguez and Miss Jenny from the Block.

I saw this on Twitter and am launching a petition to make this an Olympic sport. This Dutch sport is called Fierljeppen and dates back to the late 1770s. Make sure you get this dude on your Fierljeppen fantasy team.

FanSided already knows how awesome Browns fans are, and these three reactions to the Odell Beckham Jr. trade is more proof of that.

Good luck, Cleveland. We’re all counting on you.

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