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    University of Akron Athletics, Cleveland Browns, Indians, Cavs, Baseball Card Collector

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  1. eSports

    Have you ever played NCAA Football 14? The Info is ALWAYS FULL. Instant solution to our football attendance problems.
  2. 2018-2019

    What you watch is your choice. Hint: watch more of Akron.
  3. 2018-2019

    Poor @Illini Zip
  4. Bowl has been sold for huge profit!

    What a cool Facebook page. I didn't know the Browns & Steelers played a game there. For more photos.
  5. 2018-2019

    Imagine if Butler hadn't promoted from within with Brad Stevens.
  6. 24/7 LeBron

    I didn't talk about his talent. He's great. Top 2 talent of all time. I think you're underestimating LeBron's involvement in player personnel.
  7. 24/7 LeBron

    When LeBron is involved in your organization, your organization is held hostage by his ego. I also believe LeBron's basketball IQ is highly overrated, so him controlling your franchise isn't a good thing strictly from that standpoint. When LeBron came back in 2014, the Cavs had Andrew Wiggins, Kyrie Irving, and some cap space. LeBron pushed to trade Wiggins for Love, and proceeded to use the open cap space to sign his veteran buddies. He had Blatt fired, and replaced with the joke-of-a-coach in Ty Lue, strictly because Lue would listen to LeBron. The loss in '15 was due to the injuries to Kyrie & love. The victory in '16 was improbable, and I'm thankful for it, but then Golden State adapted, going out and adding KD. Ironically enough, LeBron started the super team trend, and was ultimately defeated by the trend he started. Instead of wisely using any cap space we had to get younger, LeBron pushed for big contracts for JR & Thompson - contracts we're still stuck with while he's out in LA now. The constant drama that surrounded the team got real old, and we greatly underachieved, only winning 1 title. He never committed to Cleveland once he came back, and pulled this team/fan base through the mud throughout all of his contract crap. Now we're sitting here, some saying the Cavs are going to suck, because LeBron failed to allow the Cavs to prepare for the future. If the Cavs are wise, they follow the Celtics model - hire a good coach (I've been saying for a while I'd hand Jay Wright a blank check to come coach the Cavs), establish a system, and build through the draft. Eventually, you'll have a product that will attract some key free agents. A team that nails those steps, as the Celtics have, will achieve more than what LeBron has achieved. Edit: Side note. If you want to see how bad LeBron is as a GM, the Cavs now have the 2nd lowest title odds in the NBA since his departure. Pathetic. Good riddance.
  8. 24/7 LeBron

    Hudson...? Do you mean Bath? Thank goodness he's gone. Best thing for the Cavs in the long run.
  9. Chad Barson

    No mention of his 3 or 4 consecutive Big Ten championships? Bummer.
  10. The Concussion Thread

    I must have missed that, and instead read into your takes as implied attacks on the sport of football. What an incredibly hot take.
  11. 2018 Preseason

    Psh. 615 1x, that's it? I rep that weight... on seated leg press. Wow that's an impressive squat. Sounds and looks like our strength and conditioning program is strong... Pun intended.
  12. Baseball's Coming Back

    Dangit. The Indians will just miss Bassitt. I guess this is a good thing, because I'd want the Indians to shell him, but I'd also want Bassitt to do well.
  13. The Concussion Thread

    First of all, thank you for your service. Second of all, I am a HUGE advocate of the above statement. If football eventually dies, let it be because of the choices of the individuals after they are well informed on the matter.
  14. 2018-2019

    Good hire.
  15. The Concussion Thread

    I'm assuming most if not all leagues have some sort of warning system now where they hand out papers with the risks. We're in a lawsuit-happy society now, and to avoid negligent liability, that's pretty standard practice (again, I'm assuming).
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