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LOTL Sports Take: High School Football Championship Games Roundup

The Ohio High School Football Season concluded with a bang this past weekend. Per tradition, the championship games for all seven divisions were played at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium in Canton. This year, the iconic venue saw the continuation of a dynasty, a traditional powerhouse playing the role of Cinderella, and pure dominance by teams from Northeast Ohio. We start with what I said 4 weeks ago would be the game of the…

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Episode 37: Top 5 Christmas Songs, Delly Is Back, and Goodbye E.E.

The Christmas spirit continues, and LOTL is buzzing about some crazy sports news in the CLE! Hannah Uvegas returns as our featured guest, and for her third appearance we get things started off by talking about the City Mission’s New Horizons project, which is nearing completion! The family will be moving in on Dec. 21, and some of the LOTL crew helped Hannah out recently with some of the last projects. Next, LOTL discusses their…

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Episode 35: Browns-Texans Preview, Worsts Christmas Gifts, and Baker’s Comments

The boys are back! Still full from their Thanksgiving dinners, Dan, Jordan and Jimmy (via Skype) kick things off with their top five worst Christmas gifts we’ve received. It’s a zany conversation that is full of bizarre and absurd gift ideas. Don’t try giving these at your next Christmas party. After that, the boys hop into the poll of the week: was Baker justified or immature for the way he handled Hue Jackson after the…

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LOTL Sports Take: The Baker-Hue Dispute

This has been in so many ways a coming of age season for the Cleveland Browns. A year removed from 0-16, 2 years removed from 1-15, the speculation coming into this year was all about how long it would be before the Browns won a game, how long coach Hue Jackson would last, and about whether or not the woebegone franchise would ever find themselves a franchise quarterback. Within a matter of a few months,…

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