After decades of futility, Ohio professional sports are looking up. And the state’s premier college team is all in.
Ohio State coach Urban Meyer gave a shoutout to the Cleveland Indians, who completed a three-game sweep of the Red Sox on Monday night. They finished it off with a 4-3 win in Boston and will face the Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series.
CLEVELAND!! City of Champions! Congratulations on the sweep and keep it going @Indians!!!
— Urban Meyer (@OSUCoachMeyer) October 11, 2016
Ohio State’s band dedicated a baseball-themed halftime show to the Indians on Saturday, forming a “Go Tribe” formation, among other things.
The Cavaliers won the NBA title against the Warriors in seven games to bring Cleveland its first championship in professional sports in 52 years.
As for the Browns, well, things aren’t looking as bright. They’re 0-5 and have already used five different quarterbacks, including former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor, who is now a wide receiver.