For the first time in several months, I’m happy to announce that I’ll be getting back into writing for my website, TheNorthCoastSports.com.
If you know me and have followed my work throughout the last several years, you know that I’ve been very busy during this calendar year whether it was writing on this site through April, my five-month tenure with BIGPLAY.com or my latest ventures with Anthony Joki on the 1085 Gridiron Podcast as well as our newest venture Dawg.Land where we’re covering the Cleveland Browns.
You also know that I’m keeping busy with my normal job as well as trying to get to the gym a few days a week to stay on track with all the hard work I’ve accomplished with my health over the last couple years.
I still love Cleveland sports and love writing about the teams in Northeast Ohio, whether it’s the Browns, Cavs, Indians and even the Ohio State Buckeyes.
That’s why I’m diving back into it and hopefully I’ll be able to keep track of it all and give you my honest opinion, which I’ve done through my writing since 2014, through social media since 2010 and through podcasting since 2016.
It’s an exciting time to be a Cleveland sports fan/writer like myself with the Browns and the craziness that comes with them, the Cavaliers’ and the young, exciting direction they’re heading in with Koby Altman and John Beilein at the helm and the Indians’ as their window is still open to compete in the American League even with the rumors surrounding Francisco Lindor’s future with the club.
Of course, you can’t keep out Ohio State who is currently the best team in college football with a very bright future led by Ryan Day and the talent on that team including Chase Young, Justin Fields and JK Dobbins.
I’m so excited to get back to writing more than I have in recent months and hopefully those who have read my work before will once again read and share the content as well.