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Kevin Paul is a freelance writer for FoxSports.com, a member of the Football Writers Association of America since 2009, National Featured Columnist at Bleacher Report for College Football and Major League Baseball, Featured Columnist at B/R for Penn State football and Columnist for FirstandBigTen.com, a college football blog focusing on the Big Ten Conference, and featured on the Chicago Now website (via Bleacher Report and the Chicago Tribune).
KP's Blog, running on the Fox Sports website since late 2005, was long his outlet for sports chatter... but Kevin has also spent time recently launching his own website - The Wife Hates Sports. He's also been previously featured on sites such as CBSSports.com, philly.com, AskMen.com and BCSFootball.org, as well as on the FoxSports.com home page numerous times. Kevin has also participated in radio podcasts covering sports such as college football and Major League Baseball.
In his mind, nothing beats the Fall, not only for the changing colors and pleasant weather, but also for playoff baseball, a full Saturday of college football, and a manic Sunday of the NFL.
That, plus March Madness - which provides the best overall four-day span in sports every year.
Personal twitter: kevinspaul
In honor of your many great contributions to the B/R and for all the fun we've had I am hopeful Joe Paterno coaches until he is 100.
Age and wisdom has its place. You know Pop used to lead you on a merry chase with his Losers series back in '08 and '09.
Enjoyed your writing for years.
As a Michigan Fan I totally disagree with your analysis on 'what we want'. Rich Rod did a 180 with the program and it takes more than 2 years to implement. Comparing the 2 year record vs. Carr's career record is just poor journalism; why not compare Rich Rod’s full career record if you are going to do that? Just wait for Michigan to have a majority of juniors and seniors rather than freshmen and sophomores. Michigan has basically had a JV team playing everyone else's Varsity the last two years. This is what happens when you change the offense, sure the short term suffers, but if you give Rich Rod half a chance, the long term will be Big Ten and National Championships over Rich Rods tenure.
Kevin, as one of the most respected members of the Bleacher Report I wish to share a troubling problem, and ask for your help, in anyway that you can provide.
Those writers or commenters with nothing to say but to repeat simple bromides and nonsense should be sent to the school message boards to tout their beliefs with other like-minded curiosity seekers..
Reads of articles has nothing to do with quality. We can see that from articles of little more than half-clothed women achieving high readership on the B/R. One may stop and look at a car wreck to see if a man's eye has fallen out but, it doesn't compare with the moment you take to admire the Mona Lisa or to observe the painted glass windows of cathedrals.
Not all fans writing for your school are a positive. Sometimes we add by subtracting.
The Bleacher Report should strive to encompass the knowledgeable sports community as its base, the unknowledgeable will flee to admire in wonder the sound of whatever firecracker goes off in the night and is undependable from year to year to support a product.
They deserted STP and Sears-Roebuck, they will desert anything.
B/R should strive to build its repuation as a legitimate news outlet while offering the most respected opinions in sports.
There is only one avenue to take, the herd must be thinned.
Business is business.
hey Kevin I just made a new slideshow. Check it out when you have a chance? thanks man.
here is my latest article, wondering if you could give it a read and maybe some feedback.
PLEASE Read this story on a Lions and Rams Legend :
If you have time check out my Mock draft
Giving the scout teams some props... hope you will check it out..
What's your take on PSU - LSU? Can the Lions hang with them?