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.
Peter Pattakos of Clevelandfrowns.com and Scene magazine joined Joe Lull on Saturday to discuss Issue 7 and sin tax.
Brent Sobleski of USA Today joined Joe Lull on the Ken Carman show to talk about the latest from the NFL Draft.
Scott Sargent of WFNY joined Joe Lull on Thursday to talk the Cavs playoff chances and the fate of head coach Mike Brown.
Peter Pattakos of Clevelandfrowns.com and Scene Magazine joined Joe Lull on Saturday to further the discussion about the Chief Wahoo logo.
CBS Sports NFL Draft Analyst Dane Brugler joined Joe Lull on the “Ken Carman Show.” Brugler talked about this years NFL Draft QB class, Derek Carr, Johnny Football, Teddy Bridgewater, his thoughts on trading down in the draft, what the Browns should do, why you draft a signal caller in the first round and new Browns GM Ray Farmer.
Matt Miller of the Bleacher Report joined Joe Lull on the “Ken Carman Show.” Miller talked about the NFL combine, who he was impressed by, Sammy Watkins, Johnny Football, Teddy Bridgewater, who he likes and what he thinks the Browns should do.
Dane Brugler of CBS Sports joined Joe Lull on the “Ken Carman Show.” Brugler talked about why the combine is important, the rise and falls of players, the most important part, Browns front office, his Big Board and what he thinks the Browns will do at 4.
Brent Sobleski of the USA Today joined Joe Lull on the “Ken Carman Show.” Sobleski talked about the NFL combine, the interview process, what goes through a scout/general manager’s mind, the players mindsets, how deep the draft is, his Browns big board and who is his top QB prospect.
Amidst mass jubilation following the dismissal of Joe Banner, even Banner’s most ardent supporters will admit his guilt.
While perception is reality in the court of public opinion, perception can be a mirage in the realm of scientific fact. Faced with an understandable desire by fans to land an “experienced head coach” and the expected rolling of the eyes with the hiring of another career assistant, I set out to set the record straight once and for all.