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Jeremy Klein is an unabashed Cleveland Sports fan that believes deep down that a Cleveland team will win a championship in his lifetime. Originally from Solon, Jeremy is currently at The Ohio State University working towards his bachelor’s degree in business with a specialization in marketing. Jeremy is a die-hard Browns, Cavaliers, Indians, and Buckeyes fan that also has a newfound passion for Premier League soccer, Chelsea being his club of choice. When not viewing random baseball games to watch the players on his fantasy team, Jeremy can be found playing FIFA on his Xbox 360 and generally making a fool of himself around the campus area. Follow him on Twitter @PapaBearJere and view his archives at iSportsTimes.

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Anthony Joki is a student at Cleveland State University studying Sports Management. For the past two years, Anthony has written for the student newspaper, The Cauldron. He has been the Vikings Men’s Basketball beat writer for the newspaper. Anthony has also covered the Browns, Cavaliers and Indians.

Growing up in Fairport Harbor, he has followed Cleveland sports and the Buckeyes thanks to his father. At a young age, he can remember going to countless Indians games when the Indians were rocking Jacobs Field. Anthony always enjoyed going to the games to see his favorite player, Jim Thome, since he is a left handed hitter just like him.

Anthony enjoys many things outside of writing including playing golf, spending countless hours playing PlayStation 3 and wasting his time on the internet. During high school football season, he takes care of managing the film for his alma mater, Fairport Harding. He is currently the web editor for The Cauldron newspaper.

You can read his work at and can follow him on Twitter @AnthonyJoki

Noah Poinar is a seasoned Cleveland sports fan who was born and raised in Tallmadge, Ohio.  He currently lives in Columbus where he is studying Business/Communications at Ohio State.  He originally attended a out of state college only to realize he couldn’t live somewhere that didn’t carry FS Ohio and Sports Time Ohio.  He was left no option but to transfer back to his beloved home-state.  At the time, LeBron James was doing the opposite.

At the age of 9, Noah dreamt of playing for the Cleveland Indians.   When this dream became unreachable he set his sights on buying the Cleveland Browns.  After this dream died he set his sights on the Cleveland Cavaliers GM position.  After Yale denied him acceptance, he settled down and decided to pursue a career in sports writing.  Noah has since given up on that career as well, deciding instead to make sports writing his hobby.  And he’s okay with that.

His novel “Maybe Next Year,” which he began writing back in high school, will be available in hardback in the year 2021.  

Kim Lakner is a 2009 graduate of Ohio University’s Scripps College of Communication. He has worked in the radio, newspaper and online media business dating back to his high school days. His experience includes 90.3 WCPN Ideastream, The Akron Beacon Journal and, a high school sports-oriented website based in Fairlawn, Ohio.

Kim had the privilege of covering Browns games for 90.3 WCPN, and has worked in Media Relations with the Cleveland Gladiators Arena Football team and Akron Racers professional women’s softball team. He hopes to one day start his own sports publicity firm.

In his free time, Kim enjoys running, attending Cleveland sporting events and playing golf.

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