The Worst Fans

If you haven’t heard the story, in 2012 the Buffalo Bills started a program sending text messages to fans who opted-in to the program, with part of the terms stating that up to 5 texts would be sent per week. When the team sent 13 texts in a 2 week span, Jerry Wojcik, a Bills […]

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Writing is Hard

Writing is hard. I started this blog with the best intentions, to write every day, build a community and use as a springboard towards becoming a better writer, thinker and member of the Internet. Sounds aspirational, right?Well, what started as an ambitious attempt, quickly fizzled into an afterthought. I love writing, and want to be […]

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Who Should Play in the last BCS Title Game?

The college football world has been turned upside down, with fans, analysts and coaches scrambling to figure out who should play in the last BCS title game after Auburn’s stunning upset of Alabama in this year’s Iron Bowl. Being originally from Ohio in a family of Auburn fans (and some old Missouri fans as friends […]

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The Sports Guy and Wilbon at Sloan

Recently, rumors have abounded that the Sports Guy, Bill Simmons, had Michael Wilbon replaced by Doug Collins on the ESPN NBA show he’s part of (while most of this article’s about ESPN and their personalities, I’d rather not directly promote the show; you’ll see why). It has also been rumored (click here for the best […]

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Spend Your Beliefs – Supporting Small Businesses and Startups

If you’ve read my blog on the events of the Boston Marathon (please do), you’ll know that I more or less consider myself a Bostonian at this point. Being an official “Bostonian” can mean many things: I know and perform “Boston Lefts” from time to time, I know to avoid the Green Line when the […]

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First Diehard Nerd Post

I was recently invited to join a new Cleveland sports blog and would love it if you would read my posts there. This may result in less frequent Browns and Cavs-related posts here, but if you favorite the new site you’ll never miss anything I have to say on these topics. Now that I’m tasked […]

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The 2013 Cleveland Browns – Tentatively Optimistic

As the NFL season kicked off last night, I wanted to share my thoughts on the Cleveland Browns before their season starts Sunday. These are my thoughts on where the roster currently stands, strengths, what I’d like to see the Front Office do in the next few months and anything else Browns related. Without further […]

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wilsssoooonnn Site Update

Hi everyone; thanks for bearing with me during the site’s down time. The changes made were necessary for better content moving forward. I also wanted to let you know a few things about the new layout: The order of the articles on the home page (and other pages) is from most recent (top) to oldest […]

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10 Craziest Things Done on a Bike in Amsterdam

In my glorious return to blogging, I’m easing into things a bit. Sorry for the delay everyone, in the last two months I got married and recently returned from our European honeymoon. Our last stop on the honeymoon, Amsterdam, provides inspiration (no, not that kind) for today’s post. If you haven’t been to Amsterdam, the […]

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Boston: The Marathon and Memorial Day

For the first 22 years of my life, I lived in Ohio. Growing up in Toledo and attending Miami University in Oxford (yes, there is a school in Ohio called Miami and it’s older than the state of Florida, look it up), I envisioned a life where I never left Ohio. The recession in 2008 […]

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