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Resurrecting CSU Basketball
What the hell has happened to CSU basketball? Once a crown jewel of the city, things just haven't been the same since Kevin Mackey stumbled out of a crack house back in 1990. This angers The Rhino, but as he notes in his latest ... things may be turning back around. The team hired Gary Waters, and already has wins over Kent State and Miami of Florida on the season.
Dec 11, 2006 7:00 PM
The Magical Fixing Tour
Full of pent up anger, Cris Sykes has a laundry list of suggestions for all three of the Cleveland pro sports teams. In his latest, he proposes radical changes that he feels will change the fortunes of our franchises as we move forward. Iverson, Tomjanovich, Valentine, and Vermeil are some of the names he throws out there as guys that could make immediate impacts here in CTown.
Dec 09, 2006 7:00 PM
The Cleveland sports world lost an icon early Monday morning when Casey Coleman succumbed to pancreatic cancer at the young age of 55. In his latest, Papa Cass takes a look back at the life and legacy of Casey and comments on his personal memories of the broadcasting legend. We're rounding third, and heading home. R.I.P. Casey ...
Nov 27, 2006 7:00 PM
Giving Thanks For Cleveland Sports
So often as Cleveland sports fans, we get caught up on what's wrong with our teams. Granted, there is an extensive supply of fodder for anybody who wants to join the bellyache Brigade, but with Thanksgiving this week, Papa Cass wants to celebrate the good things. Yes, Cleveland fans, there are things you should be thankful for. If you're willing to look.
Nov 22, 2006 7:00 PM
Heads Roll At The Plain Dealer
Confirming speculation that has been out there for some time now, the Plain Dealer announced massive layoffs this morning, whacking over 17% of their newsroom staff. Included in the "buyouts" were sports writers Roger Brown, Bob Dolgan, Burt Graeff, George Sweda, and Bob Roberts. Inside, I provide my analysis of the carnage at the PD, and what newspapers have done wrong in their fight to compete against websites like this one.
Oct 17, 2006 7:00 PM
What A Weekend Of Football Ahead Of Us
College Football Season Starts Thursday!
The Master List: August 2006
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