Even in death, Scott E. Entsminger had a sense of humor about his favorite team, the Cleveland Browns.
Entsminger's obit in the Columbus Post-Dispatch describes him as a musician, family man and an avid Cleveland Browns fan.
Entsminger's obit said that he requested that six Browns players serve as pall bearers "so the Browns can let him down one last time."
In his 55 years, Entsminger no doubt saw his share of disappointment with the Browns, from Brian Sipe's end zone interception to Earnest Byner's fumble, The Drive and eventually the team moving to Baltimore and then returning as an expansion team with very little success since its reincarnation.
At leat Entsminger appeared to keep it in perspective until the very end.
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