Alex Callos was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and is an avid Cincinnati sports fan. After graduating from The Ohio State University in 2007 with a Degree in Journalism, Alex made Columbus his home for five years, before moving back to the Queen City. He continues to be a big supporter of Ohio State athletics as well as all of the Cincinnati sports teams. His fondest sports memory is the 1990 World Series Championship of the Cincinnati Reds. Alex is also a fan of the Cincinnati Bearcats and whoever is playing the Pittsburgh Steelers. Alex loves watching and attending sporting events and is still searching for the perfect job while making a living freelancing for various websites.
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Alex where have you been!? Miss reading your articles.
Hey Alex! Baylor is the #1 team in the Big 12!! How about some credit for that in your article??? Your writing is so biased!! Sounds like you're in LOVE with A&M!! Wow!!
No problem, guy.
No problem. Thanks for writing!
You got 10 and a half bold predictions right out of 50. your half came from TCU's QB being replaced... but it's because he was injured.
Are you NOT making picks for ALL the games this week, Alex ? There are 2 of 'em tonite & I'd hoped that you'd have an article regarding the 75 contests rather than some silliness about "50 Bold Predictions". Gotta do, tho, what B/R assihns ya...I guess, eh ?
I only see 11 games that we've picked differently...for whatever that might be worth. One of 'em is Washington State @ Auburn - ya might find the others in my (multitude of) comments. hope those comments stimulate some intelligent responses...prob'ly not, though - too many who've already spoken have just a "one team/ one conference focus" for my taste. Good job, Alex - a huge improvement from some who've taken this tough assignment in the past; looks like you're doing your research well.
What makes me feel good, being at the Miami-OH point, is how many "Faces of the Program" I selected also get mentioned in your MVP article. We're not necessarily shooting for the same target, but the duplication of players sorta justifies my thinking...I think - hee hee.