Triv and Bob Frantz were spewing about whether the Cleveland Cavaliers should retire #11 worn by Zydrunas Ilgauskas and the question came up: what other Cleveland sports figures should have their numbers retired? One name stood out: Bernie Kosar.
Bernie Kosar wanted to play for the Cleveland Browns and was their #1 pick in the 1985 supplemental draft. He led the Browns to the AFC Championship game three times. Bernie set an NFL record for throwing 308 consecutive passes without an interception. He also set two NFL playoff records: throwing for 489 yards in a single game and throwing three touchdowns in three consecutive games.