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Not Just “OK”

By Kaitlin Grunder

Just as in life, sports reporting is about balance.

The president of the APSE and sports editor of The Oklahoman newspaper addressed a variety of topics during a Skype interview with an Auburn Sports Reporting class Thursday, Feb. 434 more words

Auburn Tigers

Q&A With A Sports Journalist

Mike Sherman is a sports editor and journalist originally from Maryland. He now works for the Oklahoman with nearly two decades of experience as a writer and editor. 579 more words


APSE President Mike Sherman Skype's with Auburn sports journalists

Below you will find a link to the largely unedited Skype interview between APSE President Mike Sherman, longtime sports editor for both The Oklahoman newspaper and their very successful sister website NewsOK.com.   89 more words

Auburn University

Packers-Seahawks got interesting 15 years ago

Newer Seahawks fans — and there are plenty of them — might think the Packers-Seahawks series consists of two games: the Hawks’ infamous Fail Mary victory on a Monday night in 2012 and Seattle’s 20-point win in the opening game of this NFL season. 477 more words

Pete Carroll

Sides Are Drawn on Amendment 3 Teacher Evaluation Bill

ST. LOUIS (KMOX) - Tuesday’s votes haven’t even been certified and both sides are already speaking out about a November ballot measure in Missouri that promises to be controversial. 191 more words


Manziel's HS Coach Mark Smith: "His Whole Goal Will Be to Help the Browns Win a Super Bowl"

Mark Smith, Johnny Manziel’s high school coach joined Bull & Fox to talk about Johnny Manziel being selected by the Browns at No. 22, Johnny’s first start at the high school level, Johnny’s goal at the NFL level and his biggest regret in high school and college, his opportunity to play in Kyle Shanahan’s offense, Johnny’s personality and off-the-field lifestyle, the “Johnny Football” promotion at Texas A&M, his relationship with LeBron James and whether he can win the starting job from day one. 143 more words