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I just graduated from the University of Michigan and I am hoping to get a job as a journalist. It hasn't been easy going to school at one of the worst stretches in the history of the football team, but hopefully that's about to change. My first love is the Detroit Tigers, I also love the US men's national team, the Pistons and the Red Wings.
Aside from loving sports and looking for a journalism job, I'm also a huge fan of music. My favorites tend to be 60s pop, 70s punk, and late 90s early 00's underground hip hop.
Back to you guys!
The Monday night game between the Patriots and the Saints has promise to be one of the most entertaining games of the season. Join me as I break down, analyze, and discuss the details and intricacies of this game.
Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I'd appreciate your feedback on my most recent article on the Patriots. This is the first in a series, where I'm checking in with all of the different positions on the roster and seeing where the Patriots stand. First up is the offensive line. Your read/feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Another new article, this one's about the rookie head coaches in 2009 and their outlook for the upcoming season. It's kind of long, but I'd appreciate your feedback and input.
Hey, thanks man. Enjoyed the article. Good luck with school at U of M.
Thanks for the edit and the feedback. I thought about doing veterans and rookies separate and I don't have much explanation why I didn't... I just felt it like I wrote it, it's interesting that you saw it that way because I wasn't sure what I was going to do... I also thought about doing it by position, division...etc...I'm planning on doing offensive and defensive.
As far as Honorable Mention list, I thought if I put the honorable mention list at the beginning, it would give away some of the players that didn't make my top 15... a little more dramatic affect...I guess... and then some post-disappointment consolation for the fans whose team doesn't appear on the list. I could definitely be wrong there and appreciate the standard protocol lesson and will look at writing the next half in that manner..
Great feedback... thank you.
Thanks for the edit and feedback.
Thanks for the feedback and POTD Charles. And you're exactly right about some of Lloyd Carr's previous classes which were ranked higher than Ohio State's nearly ever year, but only beat Tressel's teams once.
thanks for the feedback
the reason I put "All Conference" is because it is verbatim from those publications for that era
the AFL (fourth version, which some forget) was one reason, even when it had merged...the reverberations were still felt then
Parker, yes...was a thought to mention it
but thought I'd leave that tidbit for the Lions Almost Team
I had made reference to that time in a piece I did on the "Bobby Layne Curse" about a month or so ago
thanks again for the edit and the feedback