Day one of the Daily News Sports crew's trip to Cleveland saw the seven students stop at multiple notable locations in Ohio, such as the Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield. Once the crew settled in, day two was a mix of exploring Cleveland and beginning to cover the Women's Mid-American Conference (MAC) Tournament.
To start the day, the group traveled less than a mile for breakfast at Denny's. When a Tweet with a photo of the seven enjoying their meal was sent out, tagging Denny's in the post, the restaurant chain's official Twitter even liked the post.
After that, the crew made its way to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse to pick up press passes, marveling in awe at Progressive Field and the sights of downtown Cleveland. Once the students scouted the lay of the Land (get it?), they made their way to a Cleveland staple: the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The crew spent about two hours in the museum, which celebrates the history of music, showcasing a plethora of different artists across different genres. As time was coming near to cover Ball State Women's Basketball's first round matchup against Akron, the crew stopped at Harry Buffalo to eat.
For many, Harry Buffalo matched Melt Bar and Grilled from the night before. Then, it was time to work.
Check back in tomorrow on social media platforms for updates throughout the day and for post cards from day three.
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