Ross Sutton (Co-founder, Head of MLB Division)- Lifelong fan of the New York Yankees, and MLB as a whole. Sport and Entertainment major at the University of South Carolina. Red Sox fans drive me nuts.
Brendan Schick (Head of NFL Division, Writer)- I am currently an undergraduate at the University of Alabama seeking a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering. I’m a New York sports fan (Giants, Yankees, Rangers) ’til the day I die. I write about the NFL for Nosebleed Sports, specifically, the New York Giants. Eli Manning is a 2x Super Bowl MVP, people forget that.
Aaron Greenberg (Head of CFB Division, Writer)- What’s up y’all, my name is Aaron Greenberg I’m from Richmond, VA. I’ve grown up a massive fan of all D.C. sports, except the Nationals. I hate the Nationals. Nonetheless as most of us do, I have a usual air of pessimism to my sports fandom, but every once in a while, I decide it’s okay to believe.
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Rob Schardt (Writer)- Probably the worst sports fan you’ll ever meet in your life, as it is impossible to win a sports debate with me. Diehard fan of the Mets and Giants, but love baseball and football as a whole.
Ray Rose (Writer)- Sport & Entertainment Management Major at the University of South Carolina. Lifelong Mets, Jets, and Knicks fan from Long Island, New York. Mark Sanchez has the same amount of playoff road wins as Tom Brady.
Collin Mullane (Writer)- Currently an undergraduate accounting major at Marist College in upstate New York, covering the NFL and CFB. Die hard fan of the New York Giants, Alabama Football, and Tiger Woods. Eli Manning is a first ballot HOFer and Tiger Woods will have the most majors when it’s all said and done. Change my mind.
Ryan Miller (Writer)- Sport and Entertainment Management Major at the University of South Carolina. HUGE Baltimore sports fan that justifies spending absurd amounts of money for playoff games. You’ll never see me wearing Black and Yellow (Steelers) or Orange (Clemson). Lamar Jackson CAN throw the football.
Owen Cooper (Writer)- Sport and Entertainment Management major at the University of South Carolina. Die hard fan of everything New York (and the Steelers for some reason). I’m ready for the Knicks to get Zion, KD, and Kyrie Irving this summer.
Dylan Jacob (Writer)- My name is Dylan Jacob and I am a freshman at the University of South Carolina. I am on the club hockey team and I am an avid Washington Capitals and Nationals fan. With being a DC sports fan, we are used to a lot of heartbreak, and I am currently in mourning after the Caps first round playoff exit from this year. I love to go to as many NHL and MLB games as I can, and I love being able to introduce the game of hockey to people, which I have found to be pretty easy due to going to school with southerners. To expand the interest and the game even more, why not write about?
David Lyons (Writer)- From Cumming, GA, currently a Sport and Entertainment Management major at the University of South Carolina. Lifelong Atlanta Hawks, Falcons, Braves, and United fan. Waiting for any Atlanta sports team to reach greatness without collapsing late. Big proponent of the Marvin Williams pick (#2 in the 2005 NBA Draft).
Jack Sompayrac (Writer)- Sport and Entertainment Management major attending the University of South Carolina despite being a huge and long-suffering Tennessee Volunteers fan (This year is our year…). Big Celtics guy. REAL Football guy’s guy. SEC has the best football. I have won two state championships, I love playing basketball and football, and I also enjoy fishing.
Zach Wylie (Writer)- I’m from Fort Mill, South Carolina, and I’m currently attending the University of South Carolina as a freshman studying Sport and Entertainment Management. I’m originally from the small town of Waconia, Minnesota, so I’m a huge Minnesota sports fan (plus the Indianapolis Colts). Being a Vikings, Wild, Wolves, and Twins fan, I like to think I have experienced the most pain and disappointment of any fan in sports. Fun fact, I was nicknamed “Wide Left” and “Blair” for most of high school after our kicker, Blair Walsh, missed a huge kick in the 2016 NFC Wild Card Game against the Seahawks. Great times….anyways hope you like my stuff and excited to be here at Nosebleed Sports!