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Just curious, who writes for them??
It appears to be high school students from the little bit I bothered to look at.
They have 2 or 3 "staff" writers for each sport, everyone else is an internet scrub that can submit a coherent writing sample. But I have found 1 or 2 decent free writers but they are extremely rare.
This post was edited by Anomaly 20 months ago
You ever see that South Park about how Family Guy episodes are made? Kinda like that.
Did you hear Hoo got arrested? Thomas Jefferson would be proud!
I check out bleacher report if someone I respect on twitter sends me over, and it's generally because they are a featured columnist, like a Matt Miller. There's some good stuff on there if you look for credible people. Without credibility, you get what the link below suggests.
This post was edited by VTdonk 20 months ago
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