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Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Grad.

Hey all,

I joined B/R in December of 2011. I acted as a sportswriting and copy editing intern after joining, before moving on to become an NFL Gameday Correspondent in 2012. I also acted as the 2012 NFL draft Cincinnati Bengals Correspondent and Special Projects Contributor while doubling as an NFL league-wide featured columnist.

Currently I serve as a Cincinnati Bengals Featured Columnist and a member of the Breaking News Team. Feel free to contact me here or on Twitter.

Contact me at cr254607@gmail.com.

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  • Ben Millikan posted 3 hours ago

    Ben Millikan

    Glad I could help, Chris.

  • LeeAnn Lassiter posted 24 days ago

    LeeAnn Lassiter

    You're welcome, Chris!

  • Daniel Todd posted 34 days ago

    Daniel Todd

    Hi Chris. Your article on who should win Offensive Rookie of the Year makes me think you rushed this as if it were going to miss the deadline for turning it in. Did you even bother to look at stats when you wrote this piece? Mike Evans is not even a close second to Odell Beckham. Statistics both of these receivers have based on total yardage, receptions, and game averages make Beckham the easy pick. 79 catches, 11 TD's and 1,120 yards in 10 games versus 63 catches, 11 TD's and 997 yards in 14 games. Let me break this down for you. This means that Odell has more than 1 touchdown, nearly 8 catches, and 112 yards receiving per game. Mike Evans has less than 1 touchdown, only 4.5 catches, and under 72 yards per game. That 's more than 3 catches and 40 yards more per game on average. Plus Beckham clearly beats double coverages over and over again with no really impressive 2nd receiver right now on the Giants. He also changes the dynamic of the offense. Look at how the Giants are performing. Mike Evans is struggling against double coverages and does not change the dynamics of the Tampa Bay offense. It's been quite a while now since he had a stellar 100 yard performance. It's quite clear Beckham is the Rookie of the Year. My God, turn on your television set, watch the game, and do your homework before you write!!

  • Ed Muraski posted 48 days ago

    Ed Muraski

    Chris,

    I wonder where you got your stats? OSU was 3-0 vs top 25 (not 1-0). They beat MSU, MN and WI. All were and currently are rated in the top 25 of College Football Playoff Rankings.

    You state, "Jones needs to prove in his second start that he can help uphold Ohio State's gaudy stats in the face of a top defense:" then proceed to compare OSU's defensive stats vs Alabama's offensive stats. What about OSU's offensive stats vs Alabama's defensive ones? It would have been nice to see both sides. Based on the article I felt you were biased toward Alabama.

    Ed

  • Susan Turek posted 69 days ago

    Susan Turek

    You're welcome, Chris!

  • Ryan Desmarais posted 100 days ago

    Ryan Desmarais

    Not a problem, Chris!

  • LeeAnn Lassiter posted 106 days ago

    LeeAnn Lassiter

    You're welcome, Chris!

  • Jay White posted 123 days ago

    Jay White

    Hey Chris I'm sure everybody makes mistakes but as a South Carolina Gamescock fan, I'm trying to figure out how can you be writing a report on the South Carolina and Mizzou game but put Texas A&M Injury report and list South Carolina players ahhh were you drunk or just trying to be a smart a** I will give you the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to you being drunk. COME ON MANNNNN!!!!!

  • Matt Spears posted 130 days ago

    Matt Spears

    Always welcome, Chris. Keep making my job easy!

  • LeeAnn Lassiter posted 141 days ago

    LeeAnn Lassiter

    You're welcome, Chris!

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