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Been involved in sports media in various capacities since 2007. I hosted a daily sports radio show from 2008-12 and still dabble in radio on ESPN 950 in Richmond, VA. I have written about college football, college basketball, and the NFL for CBSSports.com. Also, I am one of seemingly 678,000 Heisman voters.

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