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I'm a free-lance journalist who focuses on college basketball. I received my B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in December 2009.
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care for a fan add?
Wanted to reach out to see if you would be able to do a feature on our tournament, the 2012 SNY Invitational for NY Metro area high school basketball teams.
Teams competing this year:
- St. Anthony of Jersey City, NJ
- St. Raymond of the Bronx, NY
- Benjamin Cardozo of Queens, NY
- Thomas Jefferson of Brooklyn, NY
Check out our page for more info: http://www.facebook.com/SNY?sk=app_284307498252223
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Hey man, thaks for the "like." It means a lot, coming from you. Hope things are going well.
hey jameson, wrote a new article (unrelated to sports). check it out! thanks!
Here is my finished slideshow.
Here is an article, I wrote to get ready for next season, didnt mean to publish so early, but here it is.
THIS ARTICLE WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE! (results may vary a bit)
Hey you're a Syracuse and Philadelphia fan... how do you feel about McNabb's possible (yet, unlikely) departure from Philadelphia?
Personally, I think it would be a mistake to get rid of him this year, especially without a first round pick, which most experts believe it's too late to get.
According to a report by ESPN, the Rams are offering a high second-round pick and a safety.... though a backup safety.
I'd offer you a cut of her winnings (should she win), but I'm afraid the stakes were...modest.
Figured I'd pass along a little praise—my mom was filling out an NCAA bracket and came to me for advice. Since I haven't really been paying too much attention, I directed her to your writing as the resident expert.
She currently has a pretty good shot at winning since she went with OSU (on your analysis) while everyone else apparently went with Kansas.
Well done, sir...although I'm taking some credit, too, for pointing her in your direction ;-)