Cleveland is one of the longest suffering sports towns in the country. Nicknamed the Mistake on the Lake, Cleveland has been victim to iconic and infamous sports moments like “The Catch,” “The Drive,” “The Fumble,” “The Shot” and “The Decision.” Not to mention the fact that their beloved Browns relocated to Baltimore where they won two Super Bowls.
It’s not easy being a Browns fan, but the brave souls who suffer from almost certain heartbreak every year are a rare bread. They’re endlessly loyal without losing their grasp on reality. Cleveland is home to the self-deprecating sports fan, and judging by his obituary, Scott E. Entsminger was one of the biggest.
6. Die-hard to his grave.
h/t Will Brinson CBS Sports
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