Ohio University E.W. Scripps School of Journalism Grad.
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 holler at me via Twitter.
Contact me at email@example.com.
Not sure if you've watched any of the NFL this season but you might want to watch a game or two if you're going to be creating power rankings.
Gus Bradley will be holding a live conference on jaguars.com today at 3:30
Thank you for your positive article on Tebow. There is already a leak that Jax will be giving Tebow a tryout. 3:30 EST press conference @ team's homepage.
I actually do have a couple of questions for ya if you don't mind. Should I just private message you on here or email you?
In your article you wrote "to expect anything other than a victory for Mayweather is preposterous." A bit of a bold statement to say it is PREPOSTEROUS for a draw or loss for Mayweather. You say Canelo has "No Shot". C'mon man!
you're a douche writer.
Been reading your stuff for awhile now; they've always been high-quality, entertaining reads. I'm writing you to say that I thoroughly enjoyed reading your most recent Madden 25 article.
Great and fun idea, and it was entertaining as hell to read and see what numbers/results the game spat out. I've been a featured columnist for the Redskins on B/R for the past 5 months (will be switching to league-wide FC next week) and it's great reading stuff like yours that makes me want to do better and be more creative.
Cheers for all the effort you put in on here and for motivating me to become a better writer. Hope all's well on your end and keep up the stellar work.
P.S. I believe I saw that you not only led in reads last month, but also broke a million in August alone, congrats man! That's awesome.
In your latest article, "NFL Week 1 Predictions: Rebounding Teams Set to Score Major Wins to Start 2013", the Rams will be at home. Not in Arizona.
You're welcome, Chris!
No worries, Chris. Figured it wasn't you. Maybe a glitch.