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I am a student in the Atlanta, Georgia area and am pursuing a career in sports journalism. Bleacher Report has been a great tool for me to sharpen my writing skills in an environment that fits my writing style. I enjoy providing fans with informative, thought provoking, and entertaining articles that highlight the important facts and statistics of teams.
Living in Atlanta has grown my love of football surrounded by three great organizations; the Atlanta Falcons, Georgia Bulldogs, and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. I enjoy the competitive spirit that all three of those teams are a part of through their fans and the level of their competition. The NFC South is a highly talented group of teams, and in my opinion; top to bottom, the SEC and ACC are the two most talented conferences in football. I am blessed to have this football environment to live in and around and I enjoy the opportunity to write about America’s favorite sport.
I have recently started a website highlighting football in the SEC and ACC. Visit www.accsecfootball.com for articles, comments, and a chance to argue for your team.
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A sad day in the Bulldog nation:
Hey Isaac, I have been following you for awhile and value your thoughts....
Am I just venting? Or do I have a valid point? What do you think?
A letter to the Bulldog nation:
While I usually don't promote articles, I saw fit to promote this one. I feel people are not paying attention to what this article is about. They probably should. No matter if you are a fan of Florida or LSU, this is something you need to remember going into tomorrow night.
I'm tired of the Joe Cox bashing Isaac. Maybe this will educate some folks. Let me know what you think. Thanks.
Vols and Dawgs renew rivalry:
Hey Isaac. UGA had a tough loss to LSU. But no need to panic. We will survive. I'd like it if you checked out my take and please feel free to comment. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/266267-georgia-bulldogs-loss-to-lsu-uga-still-standing