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Aug 26 / King Kaufman

Introducing Bleacher Report’s 2014 College Football coverage team

With college football season about to kick off, Bleacher Report’s been putting together a powerful roster of writers and video analysts. If there were such a thing as a college football playoff system for digital media, this group would be … ineligible, because they get paid. Right out in the open.  

Here’s the team:

Barrett Sallee (Twitter)
B/R’s SEC Lead Writer covers college football’s dominant conference, with columns, features and regular appearances in TeamStream Now videos. He is a regular on local, regional and national radio programs around the country, and has appeared on CNN, HLN, CSS and Al Jazeera America.

Adam Kramer (Twitter)
Kramer, the National College Football Lead Writer, tracks the most compelling storylines of the sport with columns and features. The founder of the popular blog Kegs ‘n Eggs, Kramer also appears regularly on Team Stream Now.

Jason King (Twitter)
Already familiar to B/R readers for his college basketball coverage at ESPN and Bleacher Report, King turns his talents to the college football with enterprising profiles and features. King has also written for Yahoo Sports and the Kansas City Star, and is the author of two books.

Michael Felder (Twitter)
B/R’s video analyst played defensive back at North Carolina, and now he covers all the angles for Team Stream Now.

Mark Blaudschun (Twitter)
Former Boston Globe college football scribe Mark Blaudschun will write weekly for Bleacher Report, including a national notebook and columns off the weekend action.

Tom Weir (Twitter)
Already a regular part of Bleacher Report’s writing corps, the onetime USA Today columnist and reporter will write on game days and contribute midweek columns.

Greg Couch (Twitter)
Couch, a FoxSports.com and former Chicago Sun-Times scribe, will write a weekly column.

Ted Robinson (Twitter)
The longtime national broadcaster (NBC, Pac-12 Network) and radio voice of the San Francisco 49ers joins Bleacher Report for a weekly column on Pac-12 football.

Samuel Chi (Twitter)
Once a BCS Guru, Chi is now B/R’s Playoff Guru, unraveling the mysteries of the NCAA’s new championship format.

Ray Glier (Twitter)
A contributor to top outlets around the country, Glier’s book “How the SEC Became Goliath” was published in 2013. He’ll write a weekly column.

Kynon Codrington (Twitter)
Codrington, formerly a top recruiting analyst for Rivals, joins B/R to write a weekly national recruiting notebook.

Lars Anderson (Twitter)
Anderson, a former Sports Illustrated senior staff writer, contributes monthly features to Bleacher Report. Based in Alabama, he is the author of the new book “The Storm and The Tide,” about Alabama football and the 2011 tornado catastrophe in Tuscaloosa. He contributes monthly features to Bleacher Report.

That group’s coverage is complemented by a talented roster of Featured Columnists. 

Keith Arnold (Twitter) Also edits the Inside the Irish blog for NBCSports.com. 

Ben Axelrod (Twitter) Has written for Scout.com, Rivals.com and others and is the Tuesday co-host of “The Big Show” on 95.5 The Game in Columbus, Ohio.  

Adam Biggers (Twitter) Football and basketball writer is also the host of “Sports in the Mitten” on BlogTalkRadio.  

Carter Bryant (Twitter) Host of “The Carter Bryant Show” mornings on The Fan 1400 AM/107.1 FM in South Arkansas.  

Phil Callihan (Twitter) Publisher of UMGoBlue and UMGoBlog

Randy Chambers (Twitter) Has been writing about college and pro football for Bleacher Report for three years.  

Tyler Donohue (Twitter) Former Rutgers recruiter also hosts a talk show  on 97.3 ESPN-FM in Atlantic City. 

Justin Ferguson (Twitter) Former sports editor of the Auburn Plainsman.

Bob Ferrante (Twitter) Also contributes to the Palm Beach Post and Lakeland Ledger. 

Taylor Gaspar (Twitter) Daughter of 1969 New York Met Rod Gaspar has worked for ESPN, Orangebloods, Yahoo Sports and SI.com and is a sideline reporter for Time Warner Cable Sports. 

Jason Gold (Twitter) Has also written for FanSided, Next Impulse Sports and Digital Journal.

Andrew Hall (Twitter) Football Writers Association of America member also runs the Georgia football site DudeYouCrazy.net

Kyle Kensing (Twitter) FWAA member and founder of The College Football Huddle.

David Kenyon (Twitter) Central Michigan University senior also writes about the NBA for Bleacher Report. 

Ben Kercheval (Twitter) Kercheval comes to Bleacher Report after spending three years with College Football Talk and NBCSports.

Sanjay Kirpalani (Twitter) National Recruiting Analyst has contributed to B/R video and worked as a radio host. 

Brian Leigh (Twitter) Film school graduate and member of the Football Writers Association of America. 

Mike Monaco (Twitter) Notre Dame senior also did play-by-play this year for the Wareham Gatemen of the Cape Cod League. 

Brian Pedersen (Twitter) Also covers college basketball, NASCAR and Olympics for Bleacher Report. 

David Regimbal (Twitter) Entering his third year covering Ohio State football for B/R.  

Brad Shepard (Twitter) Former newspaper writer also covers Tennessee for Rocky Top Talk.

Erin Sorensen (Twitter) Also writes for the Nebraska sports site HailVarsity

Michael Taglienti (Twitter)  FWAA member runs the site The Unfiltered Tailgate.

Marc Torrence (Twitter) In his fourth year covering the Crimson Tide for B/R. 

Greg Wallace (Twitter) Veteran newspaper writer who has covered Alabama and Clemson. 

  • BleacherReportFan

    Great roster of talent! B/R should be putting together some fantastic coverage.
    Just out of curiosity, how many of these gals and guys worked there way up through the ranks at B/R? I see only a couple of people noted specifically for their Bleacher Report credentials (Torrence, Regimbal), but the majority seem to be outside hires who made their names elsewhere.