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An Omaha native, Cavanaugh keeps his thumb on the pulse of Nebraska athletics, but also covers the rest of the college football world.
A member of the Football Writers Association of America, his work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Fox Sports, Scout.com and the regional preseason magazine Cornhusker Kickoff among other publications both print and digital.
Feel free to reach him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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I would like to know what you think of my latest article.
Please let me know what you think whenever you get the chance.
Note to "King" Cavanaugh.......
You get a chance, please let me know what you think of my placement of the Cornhuskers. I won't put as much pressure on them this season as last year !
I just wanted to thank you Brandon for all you effort and work you put into your Bleacher Report articles and comments. I for one appreciate it very much. Keep it up!
LISTEN UP CORN HOLY-O FAIRLEY IS WAY BETTER THAN MISS SUE. FACE IT THE SEC RULES FOOTBALL SO TAKE YOUR PANSY CORNHUSKERS TO THE FAKE 12 AND SHUT THE HELL UP!! PUT A HAT ON YOUR BLINDING ME BALDY!!
King Cam meets the King of Korn !
If you get a chance to give this a look I would be thanful.
Brandon, in your article referencing Pelini's PR behaviors and missteps, you make mention of the fact that he 'shouted' at a reporter that "It was a joke, ma'am". IN FACT, he calmly and politely uttered that statement, followed by a statement where he says the young man might have even called better plays than he and the coaching staff. A) Don't believe everything you read, especially from this woman who wrote this article seemingly out of spite and anger, and B) watch the video before writing about something and pretending to know or understand it (http://huskersgameday.com/2010/12/31/video-bo-pelini-2010-holiday-bowl-post-game-press-conference/).
If you get a chance please stop by and leave us some of your thoughts on the upcoming bowl season.
We sure would appreciate hearing from you.
I must debrief concerning what I see as a wrong that should be righted.
When you get a moment, please let me know what you think.
I appreciate your kind interaction all year long.
Mr. Cavanaugh: A word of reflection from you on this week's Bowl Projection Series would be greatly appreciated. Nebraska rolls !