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My name is Paul Carreau, and I have been a sports fan for as long as I can remember. I follow all sports to at least some extent. Football has always been my number one, with NASCAR racing, baseball, basketball, PGA Tour golf, and professional wrestling (technically not a sport, but since its covered on the website, I might as well include it in my bio) all falling in line somewhere behind it.
I am (unfortunately these days) a diehard Oakland Raiders fan. Even though I grew up on the East Coast, when I was probably about 5 or 6, I decided I needed a favorite football team, and I randomly chose the Raiders because I thought they had a cool logo... And I have stuck with them ever since....
The other teams I cheer for in various sports are the New York Mets, Purdue Boilermakers, Ottawa Senators (as you can see, I am not a fan of any particular region... my allegiance is spread all across the country and even into Canada). As far as NASCAR I am a Mark Martin and Scott Riggs fan. And for the PGA, my loyalties lie with Steve Stricker.
Other than that, there really isn't much else to say, except I am very passionate when it comes to sports, and while I, like everyone else, have my favorites as well as my least favorites, I am hopeful that in my writings I can come off as unbiased as possible...
Cordial invitation for you to write for http://www.9sports.org ; I love your writings and want to see you at my sports news site. Please consider my humble request for a guest post on http://www.9sports.org sports community
I'm a HUGE Nascar fan and was wondering if you could do me a favor.
Please click on it and vote for my car! It's for my grandma. If it gets the most votes it gets raced at an actual racing event! Tell your friends!
While you were discussing the 50 Greatest Paint Schemes, you said "Before I get too far, let me just say that my Top Three, could all be considered No. 1. I had a very difficult time choosing between the three of them". The word is among the three of them, not between the three of them. Between is only used when you refer to 2 things. More than 2 things is among.