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Nic Gulas is currently a student at the University of Alabama who covers both Crimson Tide Football and Men's Basketball. He is also a writer for the site fansknowbest.com, another website dedicated to sports reporting by fans for fans, and is the main Sports blogger for the Crimson White, the student newspaper.
Nic spends most of his time either surfing message boards, watching big games, or working at the UA Intramural Sports Department as an official.
Nic grew up an Alabama fan and is working his way to visit every campus in the SEC over the next couple of years, having already visited Nashville, Knoxville, Starkville, Fayetteville, Oxford, Auburn, Lexington, Colombia, and Athens with Baton Rouge on the docket for this football season and finishing the tour in Gainesville during SEC baseball season.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact Nic at firstname.lastname@example.org or find him on Facebook.
Check out my latest!
Auburn receives a Hard Fighting Soldier, just in the nick of time.
Stars, Stripes, and Big Cats, Oh My!
After a 6-month hiatus....... I'm back!
Hey man here is a article you might enjoy, leave some feedback.
I break down why the cavs lost the series. Please read, thanks!
After a long break, here is my return to b/r!
This one is going to ruffle some feathers. I'm sitting back, waiting for the commotion to start.
Please let me know what ya think when you get a chance.
The Bama Chick
Some have noticed my leave of absence these past few weeks. I hope this helps in explaining why I haven't been on here much.
I'd love your feedback when you get a chance.
Hey, I'm publishing a collaborative "Guide to the SEC Championship."
Part of the article is "Alabama wins if..." and "Florida wins if..."
As the Bama community leader, could you take a quick minute and shoot me something that fits for your team? Anything from a sentence to a short paragraph is fine. Whatever you think has to happen for the Tide to pull it off. I will of course credit you and send the link when I publish.