Grounded: Mayfield, Browns thumped in 38-14 loss to Chargers

A week after he led Cleveland to a thrilling overtime win, the Browns rookie quarterback was bottled up and bashed on Sunday by the Los Angeles Chargers, who rolled to a convincing 38-14 win in a game they controlled from the start.


Philip Rivers threw two touchdown passes to Tyrell Williams - and the 36-year-old quarterback even threw a block - and Melvin Gordon had three TD runs as the Los Angeles Chargers banged around Cleveland rookie Baker Mayfield and the Browns, 38-14 on Sunday.


Athletic director Bob Moosbrugger announced the move Sunday. Defensive coordinator Carl Pelini, the former head coach at Florida Atlantic, was named interim coach.


Lourdes finished in 16th place over the weekend at the Orange & Black Classic in a field of 29 schools at Poelking Lanes South in Centerville, Ohio.


Lourdes wrapped up its weekend action at the Orange & Black Classic on Sunday, finishing in 28th place at Beaver-Vu Bowl in Beavercreek, Ohio.




Women's Soccer Ties Kent State in Double OT Nailbiter


Gray Wolf Men Start Strong, Fall Back Late, at Orange & Black Classic


Toledo Volleyball Defeats Ohio, 3-2


WBOWL: Lourdes 15th/29 (Day 1) at Orange & Black Classic


Toledo Women's Tennis Completes Rocket Invitational


Oilers Win on Senior Day


Oilers Finish Victorious in Ashland


Oilers Down Dragons


Men’s Soccer Suffers 2-0 Setback During Homecoming Match With Cornerstone


Toledo Football Rallies But Falls at EMU, 28-26


Findlay Falls Short to Finish Midwest Crossover


Oilers Come From Behind to Beat Charleston


Browns sign WR Breshad Perriman; place WR Derrick Willies on injured reserve


Express Sweep Weekend, Continue OCCAC Streak


Marian Snaps Lourdes Volleyball Winning Streaks


Toledo Women's Tennis Wraps First Day of Rocket Invitational


Men’s Cross Country Continues Forward at Jenna Strong Fall Classic


Oilers Complete Day 1 of Ashland Hidden Duals Tournament


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