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A 2007 journalism graduate of Belmont University in Music City, native Texan Henry Nichols is currently serving as a sports editor/reporter for AOL-owned Patch.com following a season covering the NFL as a 'Rapid Reports' correspondent for CBSsports.com. Though his roots are as a freelance sportswriter in SEC country, Nichols dreams of one day covering basketball and soccer in Europe while tricking flings into working his vineyards.
"King Henry" loves Vanderbilt sports, avant-garde rock bands like Joy Division and Echo & The Bunnymen, and the world of wheat beers. He is currently planning a presidential run in 2028.
I think you will like my new article
Thanks for the props on the article.
Its much appreciated!
Morning Henry, how are you today?
I wrote a very passionate piece that I think you will enjoy and perhaps relate to:
Please give it a read and let me know what you think!
You're fine. You edited my paper. I appreciated it. Plus that's a mistake a lot of writers make.
Thanks for editing my article. Yea, I know how to spell corps (as in unit) and core (as in the backbone, the inner structure) I meant core in that sentence. But thanks for reading the paper and I appreciate you spending your time to edit it.