You may wonder where I’ve been recently. Or, you may click over to my page for three seconds, see nothing new, and go on about your day without a hitch.
Either way, I am still writing, so I’ll just show you where, and you can go there if you wish. Marco has graciously invited me to be heavily involved in his new college basketball blog called Storming the Floor. College Hoops is my favorite sport in the whole wide world, so I accepted. He and I are hard at work on preseason team and conference previews:
The Big 12
#29 St. Joseph’s
In addition, we’re signing up a stellar crew of conference correspondents, so get in touch with Marco at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are a Big 10 or Big East aficionado
I’m also still writing the Cupcake Report for Losers With Socks. We’ve added Notre Dame to the permanent cake list for this season, so that gives ample fodder for debate:
The Cupcake Report: Can We Go Back to September?
That’s it for right now, but if inspiration strikes, perhaps I’ll post later this afternoon.
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It was an incredible one-game playoff last night. I live-blogged it at Awful Announcing and quite a few readers stayed up for the whole thing, to the tune of 173 comments. It was a five-hour extra-innings emotional wringer, so I may just rest on my laurels for much of today.
With one exception. If baseballreference.com gets last night’s stats loaded in, I’ll update the SLP standings for Kouzmanoff and Tulowitzki. My big plan after that is to do a final, end-of-season breakdown of how our rookies stacked up. I already know that Delmon Young is the games-played leader, for instance, because he played all 162. But I’m looking forward to seeing which players topped out in other categories.
I’ve turned in some work for both Awful Announcing (a recap of the TBS baseball experience) and Storming the Floor (team and conference previews are starting! Today, the Big 12 and Clemson!), so if you can’t go a day without reading me (which I suspect you can, sadly), check those two places.
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