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I started writing for Bleacher Report in December 2010 when I was a junior in high school. I was invited to the Featured Columnist program after two articles and was then promoted to a full-time FC for the MLB shortly after. After a few months of working with the MLB team I did the B/R Sports Writing Internship, and by the time I finished I was working with the college basketball team. Due to my work with CBB I was accepted as a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association. I was also privileged enough to work in a paid capacity with the Breaking News, 2012 Olympics Coverage, Custom Content and MLB On-Call teams, writing about everything from the NFL and NBA to horse racing, cycling, equestrian and even the Puppy Bowl. You name it, I've written about it.
My work has been featured by Seattle Post-Intelligencer, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Houston Chronicle, Philly.com, Huffington Post, CNN and USA Today among many others. I've also had offers to interview players like Tony Gonzalez, Dustin Brown, Troy Polamalu, Justin Tuck, Larry Fitzgerald and more, attend the Adidas Nations, cover the McDonald's All-American Game, work with the NCAA to celebrate the 75th anniversary of March Madness, and appear on several radio shows, including ESPN Radio.
We are really grateful for your blog post. You will find a lot of approaches after visiting your post. Great work.
We've got quite a battle going here. Congrats on the 1 million reads, doesn't look good for me catching you by the end of the month.
Do you think I am a good enough commentator to write on Brian Rzeppa`s website?
Can you do an article about Syracuse`s best players?
Josh, you are the best on bleacherreport!! I am new mamber, but was following your articles long time ago! Good luck!
Are you a fan of Syracuse?