Joe Lull has been part of the Cleveland sports media scene since 2004, including four years as a beat reporter for Metro Networks and free lance reporter for Associated Press Radio, Fox Sports Radio and CBS Sportsline. He had a “cup-of-coffee” in the television advertising world in ’07-’08, spending less time in the sales department at WKYC-TV than “The Fabulous Sports Babe” spent on Cleveland airwaves in the 1990′s. A proud product of Padua Franciscan High School, Ohio University and Cleveland State; Joe has hosted sports shows for WEOL, WHK and Digital Sports Network. Joe makes no secret of his single status, as his track record with women rivals that of Butch Davis’s drafting prowess with the Browns.
Dane Brugler, NFL draft analyst for CBSSports.com, joined Joe Lull Sunday morning during the Sunday Tailgate on 92.3 The Fan.
92.3 The Fans Anthony Lima joined Joe Lull live from Indianapolis to talk about tonight’s Ohio State vs. Michigan State game, gives us the latest from Indianapolis, and give us his prediction for tonight’s game.
Scott Torgerson of WLVQ 96.3 in Columbus joined Joe Lull to talk Ohio State vs. Michigan St., what a perfect Ohio State Saturday would look like, and he gives us his prediction for tonight’s game.
The First Energy Stadium renovation funding agreement passed by Cleveland City Council Monday is a very fair deal for taxpayers. Unfortunately a very fair deal was passed through a very poor process.
Cleveland City Council’s Monday vote on the agreement to fund improvements to First Energy Stadium is being rushed according to one city councilman.
With free agency officially underway the Indians are faced with the prospect of losing forty percent of their starting rotation.
Building a team capable of winning 92 games certainly is not easy.
When Trent Richardson was traded to the Colts on Wednesday, my initial reaction was one of excitement. I love the trade.
Mary Kay Cabot, Browns beat reporter for the Plain Dealer and Cleveland.com joined Joe Lull on 92.3 The Fan’s Sunday Tailgate.
Thoughts on the Browns coordinators, Nick Swisher’s struggles and the lack of value in baseball free agency from the “Self Proclaimed Ombudsman of Cleveland Sports Media”