I write and work with Bleacher Report's Breaking News Team. I began writing for B/R in 2008 and have been spilling my thoughts onto the web routinely ever since.
I graduated from Towson University (Baltimore, MD) in May 2012 with a degree in Mass Communications. I love competition, but really enjoy basketball, football and tennis. I support the Green Bay Packers on the gridiron and the Phoenix Suns on the hardwood.
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Tennis article on Nadal injury: you should remove *internetsucks* - revolting language. Why have we lost the 'flagged' for other posters; it only appears by one's own name!
Hey Patrick, sorry for the edit typo of N.J. for Long Island, N.Y., in your piece today. Lucky I'm not visiting NYC anytime soon.
Patrick the Mayweather article was bad bro. It was like you just rushed and threw some sentences together and added some blown up pics to make it look presentable. There was no substance-no objectivity. Please don't post anymore boxing articles, if you're not going to put any effort in it.
I hate to say this but your article on Clowney flipping the sled is pretty bad. If you bothered to include that it was a two man sled then you might have a slightly better article or if they were in pads then hard hit would be logical but since you didn't include the first and they were in just helmets then the article goes down the drain. But with that slight criticism I still give you props for trying to make something work out of nothing. If you can't turn lemons into lemonade then you should stop it and walk away.
Hey Patrick, you might want to delete the story you wrote about Ohio State's run game being derailed since, you know, Hyde has been shown to be innocent of any wrongdoing via the bar surveillance video. So, yeah, you don't have a story.
Why exactly do you write about tennis? You clearly don't follow the sport, and have absolutely ZERO knowledge of it.
stop writing man. you suck like no one ever sucked before. this site should really have some quality check.
Stop writing about tennis! You offer no new insight at all but continue to use Nadal and Federer for the exact same kind of generic headlines for your reads. Someone who can't even answer Federer or Nadal on your sports bio probably shouldn't be writing about tennis. You might try watching tennis first.
Terrible article on "Bold predictions" for the Rose Bowl this year. Your 3 "Bold" predictions were that Wisconsin will turn the ball over more, Stanford will win and Stephan Taylor will rush for 150. Seeing as Stanford is favored that would make these predictions not "Bold", but "Safe" predictions. Looking back, all of your articles are poorly written and you should pursue a career outside of journalism and maybe give flipping burgers a shot.
Are you planning on issuing a "retraction" to what is probably the most epic failure of draft "journalism" of all time: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1165675-2012-nfl-draft-grades-teams-that-failed-miserably