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We usher in the weekend here at TCF with Mitch's "Crystal Ball" and Hiko's "Moot Points" ... two staples of the site since our earliest days. In this week's version of Moot, Hiko reminisces about an old college project, Hannibal Lechter's role in film history, and even throws a couple late round fantasy football sleepers our way. And don't forget ... Hiko's new Browns column, "The Browns Outsider" runs every Monday night here on the site.
Aug 23, 2007 7:00 PM
And Then There Were 16
It's been 43 long, cruel years since Clevelanders have enjoyed a pro sports championship. And as each year passes, there are fewer and fewer people that have seen one with their own eyes. In our first ever bracket here at The Cleveland Fan, we wanted to find out from the masses - what has been the greatest moment in Cleveland sports history since the Browns whitewahed the heavily favored Baltimore Colts by a 27-0 count in the 1964 NFL Championship game?
Aug 20, 2007 7:00 PM
It's Moot Points time here at TCF, and in this week's column Hiko takes the time machine back to 1983 ... the days of the Swatch Watch, the final episode of M.A.S.H., the Cold War, the George Brett pine tar incident, and "The Return of the Jedi". Hiko also hits on photographing his junk, preseason football, and our Greatest Moments In Cleveland Sports History bracket in his recurring weekend column for us.
Aug 16, 2007 7:00 PM
Finally, A Reason To Read The PD
Here's what Gary Benz thinks about Terry Pluto leaving the Akron Beacon Journal for the Plain Dealer: good news for readers of the Plain Dealer, bad news for readers of the Beacon Journal. Oh yea, really bad news for Bill Livingston and Bud Shaw. Paul hits on the big news in the Cleveland sports media in his latest effort for us.
Aug 15, 2007 7:00 PM
The Greatest Moment In Cleveland Sports History?
It's been 43 long, hard, and cruel years since the Cleveland Browns shocked the world, lambasting the heavily favored Baltimore Colts 27-0 in the NFL Championship Game in 1964. What has been the greatest moment in Cleveland sports history since that day? This is the topic of the newest feature on the site, which I tell you all about in my latest piece. Also, I'll be on "All Bets Are Off With Bruce Drennan" today at 5:30 to talk about this with Bruce.
Aug 13, 2007 7:00 PM
Tiger Gets Lucky #13 At PGA Championship
Woods Dominates Akron ... Again
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