Cleveland Riff's inclusivity on the quidditch pitch, Platform's new menu, summertime Cavaliers and more – Right Down Euclid

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Magic on the pitch: the Cleveland Riff are taking quidditch to the next level for everyone to play

While winning would be nice for the Riff this season, it's not the only thing for Cleveland. In the end, having fun is what matters most and the Riff and their players are no exception to this. More than anything, Cleveland wants to create a fun, inclusive environment that invites anyone to play with them no matter their gender, identity or orientation. Read more.

Three cheers for eight years! Platform Brewing Co. unveils new menu for patrons to enjoy

Clearly, that's a lot of food for just the lone sole member of Right Down Euclid to sample and consume. It's still a lot even after I asked my partner to join me for a date that Friday night. As a quick aside, she thought we were getting engaged since we had our first date at Platform during the height of the pandemic and asked if she should do her nails. I laughed (it's coming when she least expects it) and told her it was for work. Once we both looked over the menu we were pretty excited to try as much as we could. Read more.

The Boys of Summer take on Sin City – The definitive 2022 Cleveland Cavaliers Las Vegas Summer League guide

While this year's squad won't headline talent like Evan Mobley, it'll feature his older brother Isaiah who Cleveland took with the no. 49 pick in the 2022 NBA Draft. Joining the elder Mobley are fellow rookies Ochai Agbaji and Luke Travers as well as Cavaliers two-way player R.J. Nembhard too. Today, Right Down Euclid will break down the roster, the schedule as well as what to watch for in this year's Las Vegas Summer League for Cleveland. Read more.

This week's Locked On Cavs!

: Darius Garland, the $193 million man | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Why the Cavs are bringing back Ricky Rubio | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

: Cavs summer league 101 | Cleveland Cavaliers podcast

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Let's make one big college football super conference of evil

By Dre Magary via SFGate

This is not conference realignment. It’s just TV scheduling. The result of all this will be a Power Two instead of a Power Five, because consolidation of power is something we all know and love. If we’re lucky, one day we’ll get just ONE college football conference. With 32 teams. And eight divisions. And a championship game that I’ll call — and hear me out on this — THE SUPER GAME. It could happen. It likely will happen. Money is forever undefeated. Read more.


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