Television

S2, Ep. 13: Richard Deitsch, Writer/Reporter, Sports Illustrated

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Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated is one of the best writers/reporters in the sports  media industry. His podcast, the SI Media Podcast with Richard Deitsch, is a must listen, and if you aren’t following him on Twitter stop missing out on gems on everything from sports, to media, to politics. Richard was kind enough to join me in a discussion on a range of topics that I couldn’t be more excited to get his opinion about.  (more…)

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S2, Ep. 11: Cian Fahey, Pre-Snap Reads, ESPN

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One of my favorite things to do as a kid was study the way players in the NFL and college played the Quarterback position. I found the nuances of the position not only to be one of the most challenging in all of sports, but, when done correctly, one of the most amazing feats. Cian Fahey has been doing NFL analysis for some time and has developed metrics to measure the Quarterback position. His common-sense approach to NFL analysis made me a fan of him instantly, and it’s easy to see why we will soon hear him on ESPN this fall delivering that analysis to an even greater audience.  (more…)

Why ‘Scrubs’ Is One Of The Greatest Sitcoms. Ever.

sarah-chalke-zach-braff-donald-faison-scrubs-tv-my-finale-season-finale-2009-photo-GCMy first go-round with a pop culture article, I decided to write about something that has been on my mind a while. I grew up on scripted sitcom comedy. As fun and exciting as Survivor or Keeping Up With The Kardashians might be, it isn’t for me. I remember when TGIF meant a night full of pretty good shows and surprisingly great writing. Even NBC’s legendary lineup is something to remember before it became a place where talent goes unappreciated. (more…)