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161. Why We Love Football: Barkevious Mingo
Cleveland Browns
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Andre Knott

162. Why We Love Football: Blood Lines
We're home to some of the most intense rivalries at any level.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by John Hitch

163. Why We Love Football: Brown and Orange All Over
You don't stop being a Browns fan simply by moving away from Northeast Ohio.
With more than 105,000 official members representing 67 different countries, Browns Backers Worldwide is one of the largest organized fan clubs in professional sports. There's at least one club in all 50 states, including a whopping 33 in Florida. But they do more than watch football — most raise money for local charities, throw draft parties or organize trips to games.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: Jason Brill

164. Why We Love Football: Chuck Kyle
As St. Ignatius' head coach, Kyle has won more than 300 games and 11 state championships. This month, he will be inducted into the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: Interview by Pat McManamon

165. Why We Love Football: Family Business
Football can connect fathers and sons, teams and communities. Nowhere is that more true than Mount Union.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: Steve Gleydura

166. Why We Love Football: First and Goal
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Caitlyn Callahan

167. Why We Love Football: Friday Night Lights
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Chuck Bowen

168. Why We Love Football: Game Changer
The innovations Paul Brown brought to football helped deliver championships and shape how it’s played today.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Matt Tullis

169. Why We Love Football: Greg Pruitt
There was more to Greg Pruitt than tearaway jerseys. Pruitt’s quickness, shifty moves and strength earned him five trips to the Pro Bowl and No. 4 all-time on the Browns career rushing list.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features

170. Why We Love Football: It's Tradition
Jocelyn Smallwood grew up on the edge of the Ohio State University campus. Her parents were Buckeye graduates. Yet, the school wasn't among her initial college choices. But with a growing love for music and advice from a high school band teacher, she agreed to attend the band's recruitment night and fell in love. She told her parents she would one day dot the "i" in Script Ohio and set a goal that she would do the honors at the season's biggest game: Ohio State vs. Michigan.  — as told to Caitlyn Callahan
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features

171. Why We Love Football: Jim Brown
Jim Brown is the greatest running back of all time. (Some might insert “arguably,” but not us.) He retired as the NFL record-holder for single-season (1,863) and career rushing yards (12,312), as well as the all-time leader in rushing touchdowns (106), total touchdowns (126) and all-purpose yards (15,459).
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features

172. Why We Love Football: Joe Haden
Entering his fourth pro year, former high school quarterback and fan-favorite Joe Haden looks to elevate his game to become one of the NFL’s elite cornerbacks.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features

173. Why We Love Football: Keepers of History
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Matt Tullis

174. Why We Love Football: Loss Cause
Few schools have the rollercoaster heritage of Oberlin College, from legendary coach John Heisman to two 40-game losing streaks. "I get to coach at a program that John Heisman started. That's a pretty rich legacy to follow," says current head coach Jeff Ramsey. "I don't want to screw it up."
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Chris Dobstaff

175. Why We Love Football: Marshon Lattimore
Glenville High School
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Jason P. Skoda

176. Why We Love Football: Our Wandering Years
Without football for three seasons, we did the only thing left: We passed the time.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Scott Patsko

177. Why We Love Football: Ryan Shazier
Ohio State Buckeyes
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Jason P. Skoda

178. Why We Love Football: Service Mettle
The 1946 Charity Game stands out for its crowd and as a return to normalcy after World War II.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: by Chuck Bowen

179. Why We Love Football: Tailgating
No matter what happens on the field, Browns fans are guaranteed to have a good time on every given Sunday.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: Interviews by John Hitch

180. Why We Love Football: Ted Ginn Sr.
In 16 seasons at Glenville, the Tarblooders have made 11 playoff appearances and produced several pros. But to Ginn, who joins the Greater Cleveland Sports Hall of Fame this month, that's not what matters.
Issue: September 2013
Category: Features
Author: Interview by Pat McManamon

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