Roger Hayhurst

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  • Zander Freund posted 2504 days ago

    Zander Freund

    Hey Roger,

    I just wanted to let you know that Bleacher Report has launched out of beta with an updated look and feel and some great new features. Check out the "Game On" link in the header to find out more.

    Next week we'll be launching the site to the world with some public announcements—and it'd be great to get a contribution from you between now and Tuesday to make Bleacher Report's launch a success.

    Let me know if you need any help with ideas or have questions. Have a great weekend Roger!

    Zander

  • Ryan Alberti posted 2558 days ago

    Ryan Alberti

    Happy to help, Roger--keep the good stuff coming when you can.

    RA

  • Chris Yow posted 2558 days ago

    Chris Yow

    I meant that was a problem with your article. Sorry.

  • Ryan Kolodziejczak posted 2560 days ago

    Ryan Kolodziejczak

    i know that was my point...michigan is my area of expertise

  • Ryan Kolodziejczak posted 2560 days ago

    Ryan Kolodziejczak

    thanks ill just edit it

  • Frank Ahrens posted 2560 days ago

    Frank Ahrens

    Hi, Roger:

    Just read your piece. Here are my thoughts:

    - The meat of your piece is in the last 8 - 9 grafs. Good blog postings do one of two things: a) break some news b) take a strong point of view. The first part of your posting is throat-clearing and information that just about anybody who's going to read a WVU posting, or even college football posting, knows.

    - As an editor, I would suggest you cut most of the top then flip the piece, leading with your suggestions for the new head coach and your justifications -- Chris Petersen (reason), Skip Holtz (reason), etc.

    - Do take care to clean up the typos, missing words and spelling. Remember: This is a highly flammable arena, the blogosphere, and detractors are looking for any reason to undermine your work. Even if your facts are in shape and your arguments are sound, if your copy is sloppy, you'll hurt your credibility and give haters a big target.

    Best,

    Frank

  • Frank Ahrens posted 2561 days ago

    Frank Ahrens

    Sure, Roger. I'll be glad to later tonite.