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Bryan Schaaf

Bryan Schaaf is a modern-day Hamburglar, minus the mask, striped shirt and catch phrase. There’s not a burger on the planet he wouldn’t take on – just try him. In his spare time, he’s a soccer junkie, coach, musician, husband and father of the most adorable little carnivores this side of Jurassic Park.


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With age comes practicality
Published: March 20, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses how his perspective on St. Patrick's Day has changed since college.

Baseball only needs to appeal to baseball fans
Published: March 12, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf shares his view on changing rules in sports to try to appeal to more viewers.

Parents of millennials: You did this
Published: March 06, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses millennials and where he believes they learned certain behaviors.

A year considered by many as the greatest in sports: But was it real?
Published: February 13, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his skepticism at the dramatic finishes to all the major sporting events of this last year.

Given that were in the winter months in Ohio, you should expect snow
Published: February 06, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses snow in Ohio and people's reactions to how the city tends to the snow-covered roads.

If you dont like the result, then get better next time
Published: January 30, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on the recent protests and demonstrations.

Lets be honest about working out
Published: January 16, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on working out.

Lets be honest about working out
Published: January 16, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on working out.

Being stuck at home with nowhere to be, and nothing looming in the near future was something strangely new
Published: January 09, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf shares how a series of illness in the family turned into a blessing.

2016 was the year we lost our collective minds
Published: January 02, 2017

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on 2016 and his hope for 2017.

For me and many like me, its about what were not doing
Published: December 26, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the benefits of Christmas break for both teachers and parents.

Tradition is part of what makes this time of year special
Published: December 05, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses Christmas music and the traditions of the season.

Stopping the spread of false information is certainly a good start
Published: November 21, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses false information and the purpose of news media.

The older you are, the more perspective you get
Published: November 14, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the presidential election.

Seriously? Regular season football over playoff baseball?
Published: October 21, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his anger at ESPN for covering regular season football over the Indian's victory in playoff baseball.

Nothing matters but integrity
Published: October 14, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses integrity and the upcoming presidential election.

Without integrity nothing else matters
Published: October 14, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses integrity and the upcoming presidential election.

Without integrity nothing else matters
Published: October 14, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses integrity and the upcoming presidential election.

I love what the Cleveland Indians are doing
Published: September 30, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the Cleveland Indians making the playoffs.

Winning with a conscience should always be present
Published: September 23, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf talks about how there is a right way to win and a wrong way to win.

But this summer, despite my best efforts, it finally happened
Published: September 19, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf talks about his son's choice to play football.

I dont think his methods were appropriate, but he got us talking
Published: September 05, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the recent decision of Colin Kaepernick to not stand for the national anthem.

If you want to find out what a person is truly like, observe how they behave in parking lots
Published: August 29, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses how to observe a person's parking lot behavior to judge character.

There’s still a segment of Bambi-on-Ice drivers out there, but that’s to be expected
Published: August 22, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the roundabout that was constructed for Wooster's traffic.

Alex Rodriguez is a really unlikable guy
Published: August 16, 2016

Columnist Brian Schaaf discusses his reasoning for why he believes Alex Rodriguez will not make the Hall of Fame.

All I do in the month of August is squint, sweat and swear
Published: August 08, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf expresses his anger at the heat and his desire for August to be over.

Im not disappointed to pack up the kids and get out of Ohio during RNC
Published: July 18, 2016

Columnist Bryan Shaaf discusses the Republican National Convention and the protestors that will come against it.

Summit set the stage for womens sports and much more
Published: July 01, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf talks about Pat Summit, a women's basketball coach who did much more than coach basketball.

A Grinch heart grows three sizes
Published: June 27, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses his view on LeBron James' reaction to Cleveland's championship victory.

No legislation is gong to fix pure evil
Published: June 17, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the recent shooting in Orlando and his view on the various responses, both political and social.

Let's be real, 4-year-olds are capable of understanding consequences
Published: June 02, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the shooting of the silverback gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo and his opinion about the underlying problem.

My guide for graduates on how to properly jump into the real world
Published: June 01, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses advice for graduating seniors on transitioning effectively into life.

The real kings of Cleveland dont play on a basketball court
Published: May 23, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf discusses the various food establishments in Cleveland and how he believes they are wrongly in the shadow of Cleveland sports.

Long-range planning isnt my forte, and if you need proof of such things, just ask my wife or my boss
Published: May 12, 2016

When I started writing this column about a year and a half ago, getting used to the lag in time from the day its written until its actually published was something of a struggle.

The real story of Leicester, at least as far as recent history, started 2 seasons ago
Published: May 06, 2016

If you care at all about athletics and competition, you need to know the story of newly crowned English Premier League champion Leicester City.

This recent flap involving the face of our $20 bill truly amazes me
Published: May 01, 2016

Whether it's the Confederate flag, debating using restrooms that match a specific gender or a professional athlete being ridiculed for simply stating his faith, these are incredibly maddening times in which we live according to columnist Bryan...

The man youd imagine when reading his material is the same man when you meet him in person
Published: April 16, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf met plenty of professional athletes when he was a sports writer. One person who impressed him wasn't an athlete but rather a fellow journalist.

The man youd imagine when reading his material is the same man when you meet him in person
Published: April 16, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf met plenty of professional athletes when he was a sports writer. One person who impressed him wasn't an athlete but rather a fellow journalist.

Each step down the chain gets more painful to endure
Published: April 11, 2016

Symbolically, Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl were to Gen Xers what the Beatles, Stones, Timothy Leary, Owlsey Stanley and Ken Kesey were to boomers. They represented a counter culture most of us never knew existed.

Just seeing active shooter written makes me want to hug my children
Published: April 05, 2016

Columnist Bryan Schaaf writes about the troubling increase of active shooter scenarios.



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