Have you ever wanted to know what a buddy cop drama featuring Baker Mayfield and Myles Garrett would be like?
The market for buying tickets for sports and other live events is dysfunctional, miserable, and unjust to fans everywhere. What exactly is wrong with it, and can anything be done to fix it?
Because the Cleveland Browns have been such a bad football team, they botched changing their orange, and the color brown invites sophomoric humor, everyone assumes that their colors are ugly. Think again.
What’s it like to be a Cleveland fan after the elusive championship in 2016, the Indians’ destruction by the Astros, LeBron James’ departure, and the Browns’ most recent rock-bottom? Let us look to Wile E. Coyote for inspiration.
Introducing the Sports Apparel Manifesto, delineating the rules of what fans can and can’t wear to support their teams throughout the year.
Losing and Finding Faith in Ohio State in the Aftermath of the Urban Meyer Scandal
Early this year, a cable news host attacked LeBron James on national television, saying he should, “Shut up and dribble.” With the unveiling of James’ I Promise school in Akron last week, we should be thankful James didn’t listen.
It’s terrible and sad that LeBron James is leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers, but let’s appreciate the few positive things about James leaving for Los Angeles — some real and some less so.
Kyle shares a few thoughts about the World Cup and how Lionel Messi is like LeBron James, with only a few asides on the need for British soccer broadcasters, Latin-American commercials, and World War II (and III).
Finding something resembling peace in light of the Cleveland Cavaliers 0-3 Finals deficit, the officiating debacle in Game 1, and a manifestly unfair world.
Kyle shares a variety of thoughts (mostly about Jeff Green) about the Cleveland Cavaliers’ battle against the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals, literary legend Tom Wolfe’s passing, and the Calvin and Hobbes strip of the day.
A little Cleveland Cavaliers-Toronto Raptors talk leading up to Game 2 on Thursday, followed by a look at free throw shooting in the NBA.
The Cleveland Cavaliers survive another nail-biter on the road in Game 4 against the Indiana Pacers thanks to some clutch Kyle Korver shooting in the fourth quarter. The series is now tied 2-2 headed back to Cleveland.
Can Kyle jump on the Columbus Blue Jackets bandwagon if he’s truthful about being a lousy fan? While many of us are great sports fans, none of us are perfect. It’s time for fans to be more honest about their transgressions, so that we can forgive one another. It’s time to #ConfessYourSportsSins.
The Cleveland Browns lost more than a football player on Tuesday afternoon, they lost the most legendary man this side of Chuck Norris.
Koby Altman remade the Cleveland Cavaliers overnight — but are the new Cavaliers better than the old Cavaliers?
Gregg Popovich is renowned for instituting a unique and strong culture for the San Antonio Spurs, reflected in how they handled LaMarcus Aldridge’s trade request this summer. Does the Cleveland Cavaliers’ handling of Kyrie Irving’s trade request reflect cultural weaknesses?
Why are the Cleveland Browns so bad? Introducing the Browns Cycle Of Suckitude (BCOS), a graphical representation of the Browns’ negative feedback loop of failure.
Kyle discusses why humanity (and the universe) demands that the Browns need to be bad, and re-introduces the Random 90s Song of the Day.
Kyle talks about how surviving the trials and tribulations of a Cleveland sports fan can serve as an inspiration to sports fan all over the world.