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Pluto: Thankful for sports as a diversion from life's stresses
Commentator Terry Pluto talks about how sports can be a positive distraction in our lives, despite years of bad records in Cleveland
by WKSU's AMANDA RABINOWITZ


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Sports is likely to be hot topic around many Thanksgiving dinner tables this week - from this weekend’s Browns/Steelers and Ohio State/Michigan rivalry games, to high school football playoffs and perhaps even looking ahead to spring with the Indians.

WKSU commentator Terry Pluto talks to Amanda Rabinowitz about how sports, as a diversion, can be a positive addition to our lives. 

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Pluto on the Browns, Ohio State and Cavs

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