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Day 1, Week 1 - Inspiration

So from 2011 to 2015 there was the website called Grantland. For the unitiated it was a sort of bro-y, sort of insufferable offshoot of ESPN.com ran by Bill Simmons that sought to marry sports and pop culture. 168 more words

"Basketball and Other Things" by Shea Serrano Review

Basketball and Other Things

Author:  Shea Serrano

Illustrator: Arturo Torres

Released: 2017

When I was in tenth grade, one of my favorite teachers made an assignment to participate in historical tea parties. 766 more words

Review

ESPN Exploring Sale of FiveThirtyEight

By the time mid-term election season really heats up, Nate Silver and FiveThirtyEight will in all likelihood have a different platform than ESPN. The Big Lead has learned that ESPN is exploring its options to sell or otherwise divest from the brand. 372 more words

Media Gossip/Musings

Zach Lowe ESPN archive

For reasons that remain unclear, ESPN doesn’t make it easy to read Zach Lowe, the most respected journalist covering the NBA right now. The site doesn’t keep archives for any of its writers, so going back to read Lowe’s work is a pain. 2,507 more words

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Final Project Brainstorm

I am still unsure of what I would like to do for my final project. I have been trying to observe things around campus and Duluth looking for a need my website could fill. 424 more words

Journalism

How We're Different

Most websites in the general interest area of mine fall into either category that I cover — sports or music. I not only cover both, which some of the other sites do, but I often intertwine the two in ways others do not. 159 more words

Blog

Frank Deford's final public words

Almost fifteen years ago, I attended a public lecture by Frank Deford, who applied his winding wit and signature vocal timbre to the athletic matters of the day: drugs, collegiate sports, and, of course, soccer culture, his great nemesis. 725 more words

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