Steven Cook is a part-time writer for Bleacher Report's breaking news team, where he has worked for two years and counting. In May 2014, he will finish his journalism and electronic media degree at the University of Tennessee, and has covered Vol athletics for four years there.
Steven has been the sports editor of UT's two student publications. He ran the sports page with the Tennessee Journalist from 2012-13, before assuming the same position with The Daily Beacon during summer 2013. For both papers, he has covered the football and men's basketball beat.
Pet peeves: NCAA hoops foul rules. Lane Kiffin. Talking about himself in third person.
Daily Beacon profile: http://utdailybeacon.com/staff/profiles/steven-cook/
Steven, may want to get in touch with someone about the picture for your Billy Hamilton article.. Whoever set the picture for the MLB main page used a picture of Derrick Robinson, not Hamilton.
You should do better research before you publish your articles . In many of your articles you use facts that are just not true .Just trying to help .
You are terrible. Please do not write tennis articles any more.
Do some research before posting an article, Felton over Lin, you wrote "The Rockets' offer to Lin is for $10.2 million for each of the first two seasons, and Felton is coming off making $7.9 million per year on a contract that shouldn't need to be increased too much per-year." PLEASE read that again, the original article you linked from ESPN says "four-year deal is worth $28.8 million, with $10.2 million coming in the first two seasons and over $9 million in each of the last two."
READ that again, that's 10.2 million in the first two seasons, which means 5 million in the first season and 5.2 million in the second, NOT 10.2 million PER year.
I can't believe they let you write articles, do a little research and fact checking before posting please.
Kid, IMHO, you need take take some business/Econ courses to know better about professional sports which not only to win,entertain but most importantly making profitable business. you should be banned from writing professional sport articles..