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Alex Sims is an Iowa native and a 2012 graduate of West Virginia University currently calling the deep south home.
His writing career began in Morgantown, where he covered Mountaineer athletics for WVU's award-winning student publication, The Daily Athenaeum. Now, he is a West Virginia football featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also interns for Athlete Interactive, where he writes for the official websites of Brooklyn Nets stars Deron Williams and Jerry Stackhouse and defending NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Brad Keselowski.
You can find him on Twitter: Follow @apsims
yeah alex its holland, please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
That's great! Thanks for your help and nice message--can't wait to read more of your work. High quality!
Hi Alex! You're very welcome! Keep up the good work!
Thank you, Alex. I guess I just needed a break. My last mandatory for B/R U wasn't even acknowleged. I can have an article drawing 1000 reads per day and 25 comments and they just disappear from the page. It gets frustrating. Working on a new one. Thank you for noticing.
Alex, double-check to make sure, but it should be fixed now.
Thanks for the comments, Alex. And good articles!! I live in the Atlanta area now and get tired of the SEC is better than "sliced bread" BS I have to endure. BTW, I also grew up a Browns fan, unfortuantly. I finally gave up watching them this year. I believe they really screwed up the draft and went for the "so-called" quick fix by way over reaching for Weeden, instead of fixing much bigger problems on the team and supporting Colt McCoy. My Sundays are now free of disappointment and depression, lol.
Glad to help out. The way I read the original sentence made it sound like both came from sacks; the revision you made makes it much clearer.
Keep up the good work!
Your last editor was right—that's my bad. Thank you for bringing that to my attention! I checked the B/R Style Question Clearinghouse (extremely useful: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AoTw9Kwt3agydDBkMTVqXzNmcHBDM0c3WkdtYlBKd0E#gid=0) and it turns out that recruit star-rankings are represented as digits.
Thanks for the compliment, Alex. I, unfortunately, do not know any of the scouts for Sporting KC. I'm acquainted with the coaching staff and some of the front office, but I do not know Matt.
And, as a Jayhawk, welcome to the Big 12. Certainly be interesting to have Huggins in the conference again.