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Scott Weil is an up and coming sports writer. He has been a sports writer for over four years, to date. Weil has been a sports editor, writer, television sports director, television broadcaster, radio commentator, and radio show host. He is an avid baseball fan and loves the Atlanta Braves. He also follows the St. Louis Cardinals. In addition to baseball, Weil likes football, hockey, college basketball, and tennis. He is a fan of the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Penn State Nittany Lions, the New Jersey Devils, the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, the Duke Blue Devils, Cal State Fullerton Baseball, and Marat Safin. Weil is currently attending college pursuing Bachelor's degrees in Communications/Sports Journalism and English. He already has earned an Associates of Science in Communications. Weil has interned for an ABC affiliate in the sports department for a year and has been a Boston Globe assistant on several occasions. He has also played sports his entire life including Football for 6 years, Baseball for 5 years, track for 3 years, and intramural sports such as volleyball and flag football. Scott Weil has recently become a member of the Bleacher Report team as a Sports Editing Intern, as well.
As everyone else is, I am applying for the CBSSport job for the Steelers. I wrote an article about how I grew up a Steeler fan.
If you could, take a look and feel free to comment if you would like.
what u think about the move for derek lowe?
havent seen you writing in awhile. hope all is good dude.
if his comments were untrue, then he has to retract
what is with these guys,, anyway? writing from the heart is ok, but they need to get the facts straight
sorry, i thought it was appropriate to label legends, hall of famers, and guys who turn organizations around as dead weight....what i really meant was they make less money then most shitty pitchers....oh wait that doesnt really help my argument....oh well ill leave it and hope you dont question me
Whats next.....Hank going to be dead weight?
Looks like one of our other editors beat me to the Jones piece--it's very solid as-is. I changed "mid-season" and "off-season" to "midseason" and "offseason"...and tweaked the teaser...but otherwise left it untouched. Keep up the good work, and I'll look forward to being in touch about editing.
The comment was put there because it was good work. And I knew exactly where your lead came from, it had to be the one and only Marty....He was jazzed up about the article and it worked out, so why not tribute the idea right.