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I particulary enjoy following and writing about college basketball, but I also like to write about MLB and college football at times. For college basketball, I like to focus on mid-major schools, such as Butler, VCU, etc, but like to keep as wide of a scope as possible.
I'm originally from Maryland, but recently moved to Chicago. I'm an alum of the University of Maryland.
I work full-time and attend school part-time pursing an MSF degree at Loyola University (first in MD, now in Chicago), so I write as a hobby when the time allows me. I dream of the day I can write full-time, whether it's paid or not.
I greatly appreciate any comments and feedback provided, as I am trying to devote some more time, thought, and energy into my writings.
Good to hear. I know my feedback can get a little long sometimes, but I always appreciated detailed comments when I was a writer/reporter so I try to keep that in mind. Glad I could help!
You're welcome, Erik! I think charts might have to be formatted right in the B/R editing software, but you might want to check that if you ever want to put information in a chart/table again.
Sure thing, Erik. Man, Valpo has just found new ways of blowing it in the last 10 years.
You're welcome, Erik! I did indeed have a great Thanksgiving. Hope you had a great holiday as well.
I noted you read and liked one of my articles on returning the stolen base to baseball prominence as part of my season long look into the art.
Here is my last installment in the series. It includes previews and predictions for 2010 and who to watch for. Let me know what you think. I hope you like it.
be sure to read all the parts of the series. You've read 2 and this is now 5.
You read one of my pieces on the stolen base (I am going back through the archives). If you want to read more Part III in the series Just completed today:
Returning The Stolen Base To Baseball Prominence (Part III)
Let me know what you think of it.
I just came up with the list of the best current Major Leaguers wearing the numbers One thru Ten. I hope you can take a look and voice your opinion on my list. Thanks in advance,
- Matthew Falkenbury
Thought I would give The Relay for Life one more push before our big event Saturday. This one is a more in-depth look into the story of Dave Dravecky. Also posted a link for the Josiah Herring Funeral Fund!