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  • SPORTS MOMENT: Cie Grant charging Ken Dorsey to pressure the errant throw on the last play of our '02 National Championship...
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Eddie George
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Evan Turner
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Aug 2014

     ESPN, however, doesn't seem to be much of a believer have any experts: 

     There, fixed that for you.

Comment 14 Aug 2014

That's not true... I just saw a commercial on there for 'Meth... because you know you aren't going to pay child support with that money.' So they do have other commercials.

Comment 14 Aug 2014

I would also think for most Cleveland sports fans it would be Browns, then Indians, then Cavs, if only for the fact that there's greater history (Indians: 1894, Browns: 1950, Cavs: 1970) both in time and championships (Browns: 8, Indians: 2, Cavs: 0).

Comment 14 Aug 2014

You would think having your actual name as your username, then posting video evidence as well as a verbal confession of criminal trespass to the internet would be idiot-proof... except... Roll Damn Tide...

Comment 14 Aug 2014

I hate to break this, but these spots likely won't be filled with a marquis non-conference, and here's why. With the new 9-game conference schedule, the year we only play 4 home conference games is when we play a good opponent (see: Oklahoma). OSU will not give up 7 home games. So that leaves 2 home games needing filled. The alternating year, we have 5 home conference games, and our good opponent is away, the other half of the home-and-home. Again leaving 2 home games filled, thus no room for another marquis home-and-home. All thanks to our conference wanting a 9 game schedule, it weakens our SOS two ways (limiting home-and-homes + weak conference opponents).

Comment 09 Aug 2014

Talk about a blast from the past... My high school was the one that dethroned Bishop Hartley in the OHSAA tournament his freshman year (I believe that was '94) only to be beaten by eventual champion Youngstown Ursuline. The reputation was legendary (it was rumored he had to be 17 to play that well as a freshman, but perhaps his academic issues contributed to the rumors), but for his skill and for his attitude. 

Comment 08 Aug 2014

Seriously, when he said 'Do what makes you happy? Nah, I'm gonna do what make my city happy, makes my state happy. I love you, I'm back," I got a little choked up. He gets it. He may get it from a 'legacy' standpoint, like 'If I win a championship here, my time here is immortal,' but he also gets it from an Ohioan's perspective. 

Comment 08 Aug 2014

LeBron made Miami relevant to the sports world, and basically enabled Le Batard to have a national platform (because, seriously, does the world care about the Dolphins and the Marlins?). He will soon become irrelevant again, and he knows it. 

Comment 06 Aug 2014

That study is garbage. Everyone knows Philly, Jersey, New York and Boston are much more rude than Ohio...

Comment 03 Aug 2014

He sang at my cousin's wedding, he's friends w/ her husband (I live in New Philly). He was also amazingly gifted at track, so his success w/ the Bucks wasn't a huge surprise.