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Category Archives: Diary/Thoughts

What I learned in one semester of grad school, and why you should go back to school

If anyone considers going to grad school while working full-time, I wholeheartedly say go for it. As a working professional, you get used to a routine – 8am-5pm, for instance, or for those of us working in sports media production, something like 7pm-3am during baseball season. Adding grad school to that mix forced me to […]

2014: Year in Review

2014 Year in Review As I wrote on Facebook on New Year’s Eve, I’m not sure I’ve worked harder than I have in 2014, but the rewards have been sweet. The year started out with my work life at a standstill. I was getting about 20 hours a week at MLB.com working as a producer/board […]

It’s been a while.

Wow. It’s been too long since I’ve written on here, but rest assured, I’m back. Life is exciting. After spending two seasons with the New York Football Giants and two seasons with MLB Advanced Media’s Gamenight staff, my professional work has been steady and improving. I’m now in graduate school in The City College of […]

Unscientific Unempirical Totally Ridiculous but Halfway Serious CFB Predictions: Pac-12

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

Unscientific Unempirical Totally Ridiculous but Halfway Serious CFB Predictions: Big East

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

Unscientific Unempirical Totally Ridiculous but Halfway Serious CFB Predictions: SEC

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

Unscientific Unempirical Totally Ridiculous but Halfway Serious CFB Predictions: ACC

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

Unscientific Unempirical Unscientific Unempirial Totally Ridiculous but Halfway Serious CFB Predictions: Big Ten Conference

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

My Unscientific Unempirial Totally Ridiculous But Halfway Serious 2011 College Football Predictions: Big 12 Conference

In 2009, I went through all the major BCS conferences and created some semi-amusing, totally off-base and (eventually) inaccurate predictions and bowl projections for the upcoming college football season. In 2010, I was working nonstop throughout the summer without a break and never had the chance to put together some predictions. So now that I […]

Almost a year in Texas

I’ve been living here for almost a year now, and while it has been tough in some ways, I’ve also had a lot of fun and it’s been a good growing experience to be truly on my own in an unfamiliar city. Here are some of the highlights in my first year in the Lone […]