February 23, 2010
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September 23, 2009
I recently graduated from the University at Albany, with a bachelors degree in Journalism.
Although I could watch any sport on TV, my passions revolve around the Jets, Knicks, Rangers, and MMA.
I have an open mind to any and all arguments towards any topic I write/comment about, and love arguing about sports. I just hope that the opposing party has an open mind too, and will not think they win the argument once they open their mouth. Those people are not fun to talk sports with.
I've had one article appear on CBSSports already, my article titled "Four Things That I Learned: Jets vs. Ravens" appearing here: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/242375-4-things-that-i-learned-jets-vs-ravens
It was definitely my high point as a writer, and put me in a mindset that I indeed can become a sports writer. I will be working hard every day to achieve that, and hope to have my name known one day. The dream job is sports radio, but anything revolving around sports would be great for me.
this might interest you :
Check out my new Article
This is my new DL rankings
I HAD to get this rant out :
Packers/Vikings, Sleepers, an upset pick and more!
Completed a 2010 Mock Draft--Two Rounds
Hey what a game on MNF, can check it out if you get a chance:http://bleacherreport.com/articles/271111-mnfthe-dolphins-unleash-a-wildcat-on-rex-ryan-and-the-jets
I used the Schottey Six to vent about some things that Bleacher Report could improve upon!
this man belongs in Canton :
After an impressive offseason, many expected Bengals wide receiver Chris Henry to have a breakout season. It may be early, but he has struggled in the first three games of the 2009 season and the emergence of Andre Caldwell may have something to do with it.