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My name is Michael Moraitis and I'm 27 years old, born and raised in New York.
I started writing for Bleacher Report on August 17, 2011. I am a Featured Columnist with B/R's Breaking News Team.
I'm working with BFGoodrich Racing down at Baja. We've been posting videos and photos throughout the morning from the start. There's some great content on http://www.bfgoodrichracing.com/ if you want to check it out.
We've also been sending out videos and photos to our list of reporters. If you'd like to be added, send me your email and we'll send you our updates.
No problem, Mike, glad to help! It's easy to think of Pryor as a rookie due to his relative irrelevance so far in the league and the fact that he plays for the Raiders. Take care!
GREAT STUFF ON THE RADIO SHOW MIKE!!! Check him out on weekends on the sportsguymike show. Thank you Mike!! Huge fan.
How do you cover up so many sports?
Your argument was flawed on your article titled "Why Flames Will Use Plethora of Goalies to Make a Deal" as Irving was on waivers during training camp. The Flames have no confidence in their goalies behind Kipper as every Goalie was on waivers at some point in the year. There is no value here beyond Kipper as the teams could have had Irving for free. The Flames are just holding out until Kari Ramo gets here next year.
Man,who cares that KG lost Allens' number?KG has lost his game.And the 4th paragraph"that saw Allen jump SHIT??C'Mon man.Bull Shit.Go Heat!!
I saw you wrote about the Utah State Aggies's bowl game the other day. Considering Andersen's been hired to Wisconsin, I figure Deseret News coverage of his departure would be of value to bleacher report readers.
Here is our latest article on the subject - it addresses player reactions to Andersen's departure. We also scoured twitter for player reaction, and expert columnist Brad Rock wrote a great piece on his departure as well. Feel free to quote, link and pass this along as much as you like.
I noticed that not a lot of this is on Bleacher Report's team stream for the Aggies. I don't know if you know who does that, but if it's not you and if you know who it is, I'm sure the bleacher report audience would appreciate this stuff.
I doubt the Yankees pitching, which was amazing, will keep the Tigers to three runs or fewer in every game.
I hope people realize how much having to play Game 5 messes up the rotation in the ALCS thanks to Pud Selig not having an off day between the two series'.
How the best record in the AL get a team screwed without an off day?!