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Brian Sakowski is a college football nut. He is a Penn State fan, but loves to talk about college football with anyone and everyone! Brian runs the College Football Blog and Podcast called In The Bleachers, ( is the home of the longest running general college football podcast on the internet.


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  • Richard O'Neal posted 3056 days ago

    Richard O'Neal

    Trying to become a featured columnist for the University of Houston Cougars football team...

    Please read my article and comment on what you think of the story. Add me as a fan if you like my work and I will do the same.



  • MCM Traynor posted 3138 days ago

    MCM Traynor

    Please check out my newest article - a guide to researching and referencing your articles in a professional manner. This is a must-read for all B/R contributors:

    Comments/additions etc much appreciated.


  • Mike Kent posted 3231 days ago

    Mike  Kent

    I want to connect a few of the top baseball writers on BR and ask them who they think will win the world series, can you tell me your opinion on who is going to win the world series this year,PLZ Emil me the answer at

    with your pick and a few words about it.


  • Ronnie Throneberry posted 3247 days ago

    Ronnie Throneberry

    Thanks for becoming a fan. I look forward to your contributions.

  • ctsports picks posted 3252 days ago

    ctsports picks

    nice article loved it!! check out my nfl breakdown article!

  • Bernie and Pat Morris posted 3328 days ago

    Bernie and Pat Morris

    Haha GREAT read I promise

  • J. Michael Morris posted 3363 days ago

    J. Michael Morris

    I wrote one you might like

  • Kristofer Green posted 3384 days ago

    Kristofer Green

    I want to start a B/R college football poll with B/R writers as the pollsters.

    If you are interested, I would love for you to participate.



  • Tim Cary posted 3388 days ago

    Tim Cary

    If you get a chance to check out my new college football article series, I'd appreciate it. I'm looking for input! Thanks!