I had cried at football games before. In 2005 I watched JaMarcus Russell throw an 11-yard touchdown pass into the south end zone in overtime, and as I walked back to the car with my family I felt a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes as I whipped my shaker wondering how … Continue reading From Waterworks to Writing
I was 14 years old when I knew what I wanted to do with my life, but it was before then that I already had my reasons why. On a rainy day in eighth grade, the P.E. classes were made to stay inside due to the weather. We had the entire gym to either play … Continue reading Sorry! doesn’t cut it
I've decided to start posting some of my photography, even if it is very amateur.
This interview was not only EXCLUSIVE to Armchair, but also a dream come true for me. Make sure and check it out!!
Katie Nolan has become one of the funniest talents in sports journalism, especially with her new show on Fox Sports 1, Garbage Time, which just wrapped its first season. She provides the perfect combination of wit and analysis on her show, making her the most entertaining sports talk show host to watch. I was fortunate enough to have the opportunity to ask her some questions, and she was nice enough to answer them and fulfill my dream of interviewing my favorite woman in sports.
1. How do you feel the first season of Garbage Time went?
I think it went well! I certainly wasn’t expecting to crush it in the ratings right out of the gate (if ever?), so what I was really looking for was to make sure we improved each week. We tried a lot of things; some worked, some didn’t, but we learned from our…
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Over this weekend I was fortunate enough to interview one of my favorite writers and someone that the entire staff here at Armchair idolizes. Shea Serrano is a staff writer for the popular website, Grantland, where he covers anything from the NBA to movies to hip hop music. He is the author of the upcoming book, The Rap Year Book: The Most Important Rap Song From Every Year Since 1979, his second published book. Not only is he a published author and staff writer but he also spent many years as a teacher, making for nothing but excellent stories.
Shea has risen in the eyes of sports fans everywhere through his unique writing style and incredibly funny Twitter account. His tweets about his kids and his struggles to defeat them in Super Smash Brothers or just really anything that pops into his head captivate followers all over the…
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