Frank Therber is a sophomore at Indiana University. A sport communication major and the national sports columnist for the Indiana Daily Student, Therber has co-hosted a radio show on ESPN 1070 the Fan (Indianapolis) and is a regular on WTIU Sports Radio (Bloomington). In his free time, Therber likes to spend time out on the water and is an avid, but average, golfer.
We need a community leader for Indiana basketball...you interested?
Sure thing Frank! I'll let you know anytime I need a hand.
dude the link to ur blog doesnt work
Thanks Frank...I think you forget the link tho!
Thanks for the note Frank. I'll check out the team.
The submit feedback button wouldn't work on your article, "A Trip to Wrigley Field Reveals American Pride in Sports", so I will drop it here.
Hey, liked your article. I just hit on this topic in one of my last articles "Century of Sorrow and Still a Diehard Fan" Wrigley Field is amazing man, and the bleachers are a trip.
If you have any questions about my edit, just shoot em to me.
whats the url bro
Make sure the article is reviewed and polished several times (and follow B/R's method of writing--posted on the site) before you publish it. That way those who edit and read it will give it 4-5 stars, thus pushing it to the front page. When I see it up, I'll be sure to comment.
ND articles often find their ways to message boards, which means a lot of readers.
Looking forward to it.
I'm glad things are rolling for you. The article idea sounds great, and the interview should make it very good.
I'm happy to help, but I'm not really sure what you are asking me to do. Let me know..
i'd say just keep writing your best stuff and taking a unique look at different topics rather than just game recaps or something of that nature...usually the stuff i feel the best about start to get a few hundred reads or so...i'd say there is no real formula other than just to try and gets lot of stuff out there...i think having a lot of articles under your belt also gets your stuff posted more frequently