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Dave Finocchio is a Founder of Bleacher Report and leads the Content and Product Teams.
With his aspirations of realizing a professional ping-pong career nothing more than a distant memory, Dave lives a life of regret and anguish. Some day, he hopes to reopen "Beach, Blanket, Bablyon" at the family business in San Francisco.
If all goes according to plan, Dave will launch extensive radio, billboard, and restroom flier marketing campaigns in Nebraska and Western Iowa to promote the musical. He will leverage his success to raise an army of patrons, and reclaim the Peña Adobe and greater Vacaville in the name of his Spanish ancestors.
Dave's mood is impacted by the performance of the following teams: Notre Dame Football, Notre Dame Basketball, Duke Basketball, San Francisco 49ers, San Francisco Giants, Golden State Warriors, and East Dillon High School.
I love bleacher report but it is shame you don't have article about USF in the AAC with the type of recruiting they had today the major topic is about a 3 star player going to UCONN seriously. USF is the top 40 recruiting class and getting over looked
Good Stuff... Check out this kid Antwione Reese Central Connecticut State D1AA. He is a BALL PLAYER who can play SS/FS/CB any DB postion - 5'10 - 200lbs. Runs 4.43 -
ANTWIONE REESE CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
How long have you been here?
Thanks for starting B/R!! Haha...
Thought you all might find this interesting/entertaining. Something different coming out of the world of water sports! Sick http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEZ6PlX4Rkg
http://www.thesaint-online.com/2013/04/1000-people-attend-party-in-queens-gardens/ You guys should do an article about these golfers. Classic!
Hi i'm a new member of BR but i have been reading articles on this website for a couple years now. I am a very big sports fan, and being Canadian, I am inherently most interested in the NHL. I was just wondering how some of the NHL writers got their jobs because I read some of the articles they put out, and they are pretty inaccurate. I believe I could do a much better job. Hopefully you will see this, and maybe even agree with me. If so I would be willing to write an NHL article for our website.
Hey Dave. This is Chinmay here, one of the old members of BR community. I just saw your email about BR's acquisition by Turner sports. I just wanted to congratulate you guys, and wish you best of luck. Writing for BR has been an amazing experience for me. I hope it will continue to be so after the new development as well.
I am back after almost 4 month’s hiatus with a new article. It is my biggest work till date. Your time, read and feedback are highly appreciated as always.