Cleveland by Google Autocomplete




Gizmodo posted a kinda fascinating map of the country based on what Google suggests first with autocomplete for each state. For Ohio? Ohio State Football, which seems about right.

It got us thinking about what Google had to say for Cleveland. What does Google suggest when you start searching our fine city? And what about key Cleveland figures?

Below is a screengrab for a Cleveland search. After the jump are screengrabs for Jimmy Dimora, Frank Russo, Eric Mangini, Colt McCoy, and Peyton Hillis. Enjoy.


As we already knew, Cleveland is a Browns town first.






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