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Ali vs. Frazier? Samson vs. Goliath? Luke vs. Vader? Pffffftt! All pale in comparison to Hiko vs. Taco Bell. Classic stuff this week in Moot Points. Hiko also hits on the Cavs past three games and the Browns in free agency in this week's laugh out loud funny effort.
Mar 04, 2007 8:00 PM
The Legacy Of Marvin Miller
The Major League Baseball Players Union is widely recognized as the strongest union in all of professional sports, and the architect of that union was a man by the name of Marvin Miller. Once again this year, Miller was snubbed by the Veterans Committee for a spot in the Baseball Hall of Fame, which prompted Hal Bodley of the USA Today to call for an investigation. Gary Benz says the vets may have it right though. Like his successor Don Fehr, Miller served his constituency well. But it was under his watch that the union began fighting drug testing and turning a blind eye to performance enhancing drugs.
Mar 03, 2007 8:00 PM
It's time for Moot Points here on The Blurbs, and this week Hiko takes dead aim at The Oscars and the Pro Bowl, amongst other things in his weekly rant. He also weighs in on Romeo Crennel v. Marty Schottenheimer, the NFL Draft, the Browns coin flip with the Buccaneers, and 1-800-DIVORCE. Buckle up. It's Hiko Time. NOT FOR THE EASILY OFFENDED.
Feb 18, 2007 8:00 PM
Reader Joe L. from Parma's e-mail to us regarding Hiko's Moot Points column summed it up pretty well when he said "it's offensive and at times replulsing, yet I find myself hitting refresh repeatedly looking for it on Monday afternoons". This week, Hiko is all over the board. He hits on his annual review at work, David Carr, Sasha, LeBron, Kobe, women, The Godfather Trilogy, and setting his girlfriends cat on fire. DISCLAIMER: Not for the easily offended.
Feb 11, 2007 8:00 PM
The Cleveland Three
Harken back to 2005 for a moment if you will. The Indians won 93 games and were improving each year under young skipper Eric Wedge. The Cavs were on the rise with their young superstar LeBron James and young coach Mike Brown, assistant to championship teams in San Antonio. And the Browns were applauded for bringing on the experienced Romeo Crennel to transition away from the Butch Davis mess. Now, two years later, things don't look as rosy, and that is the basis of Gary Benz's latest column.
Feb 03, 2007 8:00 PM
Happy Birthday To Us!
Feeding The Monsters
A Racy Issue
Page 164 of 173
Browns Sign Brandon Jackson
Carrasco Suspended Eight Games
Browns Add to Wide Receiver Depth with David Nelson
Browns Need to Learn from Past Draft Mistakes
Browns Release Chris Gocong and Usama Young
Browns Missing on Grimes Disappointing, But Not The End
Browns Reportedly Work Out Arkansas State Safety Don Jones
Browns Collect Another Back-up Cornerback
The Long and Short of the Browns Latest Signings
Phil Dawson Era Comes to an End in Cleveland
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