Six Points: Before the Dawg Pound was Neutered

July 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Note: Photo taken from Cleveland Municipal Stadium, December 1986, Section 60, Browns vs. Colts.
Thanks to NFL Properties, the Dawg Pound lives on.
Compared to the Rottweiler it used to be, it’s a Shih-Tzu.
In the early 1980s, General Motors unveiled its compact J-car platform, dressed up a Chevrolet Cavalier with options, padded the price tag, and called it a Cadillac Cimarron.
Anyone within even remote range of a driver’s license said “That ain’t no Cadillac.”
And this, the east end zone of Cleveland Browns Stadium, ain’t no Dawg Pound.
Like a generation before him who loathed 'He Whose Name Cannot Be Mentioned before The Move,' Six Points knows better than to call this monstrosity of marketing the Dawg Pound.
As a sop to the designers and builders of Cleveland Browns Stadium, the powers that be let them build a section without regular seating, opting for cheaper benches.
As a sop to an outraged f...

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