Monthly Archives: December 2014

Hogs, Horns and a brief history of fandom

It’s a good thing Y2K was a bunch of hot air, otherwise the memories of my first time watching college football wouldn’t be of the 2000 Cotton Bowl meeting between the Arkansas Razorbacks and the Texas Longhorns. Continue reading

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The Press Box, Part II

The very first football game I ever covered as a media member was, technically, in high school. For two years I stood on the sidelines of Springdale Bulldog 7A-West games back in Arkansas. I was armed not with a pen … Continue reading

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The Girl You Meet on Flight 1218

My flight from Charlotte to Atlanta, the first leg of my journey home to Arkansas for Thanksgiving, went by fast.
The flight itself lasted no more than an hour, but felt like 30 minutes.
This was thanks to Brittany from Akron. Continue reading

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