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At Bleacher Report, I have been able to combine two of my greatest loves, writing and sports (particularly college football).
It is my sincere hope as a writer to both entertain and inform the reader with my unique style.
I have also attended the University of Nebraska's Summer Writer's Conference to hone both my fiction and non-fiction writing skills.
A few of the many websites that have reprinted my work are the Dallas Morning News, Huskerpedia, Husker Locker, Bucks Insider and Soonersetc.com.
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sorry man. i didn't see an 'inbox' option on here...how do members email each other?
Hey Michael, Tyler Moore is a true-freshman this year. In your article "Nebraska Football: Has Bo Pelini Changed Husker Football Recruiting" you have him listed in the article as the first red-shirt freshman to start an opening day game on the O-line.
this is from Huskers.com
Tyler Moore wasted little time beginning his college career, graduating from high school in time to join the Nebraska program in January. The 6-6, 290-pound Moore then wasted no time making an impression on the practice field, quickly showing the ability to be an impact player on the offensive line. The Florida native worked throughout the spring at offensive tackle and was impressive enough that Husker coaches could consider using him this fall without a redshirt season."
Hey man don't let the negitive comments about writing style or whatever on your comment section bother ya. You wrote an emotional piece that hit a nerve to people. I get them all the time over on my stories. Let the haters hate and just thank them for the clicks and the comments. The more trolls that come the more awards that you get! Take care bud.
Michael, I just put this article together finally and would love to get your input if you have the time:
Jim Delany and the Big Ten's Expansion: A Size 12 or 16 Footprint?
Thanks in advance!
Did a similar article about a month ago....i resticted it to teams that have a coach defiantely on the hot seat in 2010, assuming he'll land in 2011. I posted it on the comments sections in your article.
Interesting, we matched on only a few. I picked Washington State as a likly place for him...big program, in the hinterlands, current coach can't win with a gun to his head, and a BCS conference to satidfy his ego. Could see him at UTEP or New Mexico is no BCS guys come calling.
Anyways, liked the article
This is my new DL rankings
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