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During the rest of the school year, I will assess (at least weekly) college sports journalism coverage across the country. The Crimson White’s Elliott Propes offers a terrific profile on Alabama’s top-ranked golfer, Robby Shelton. He begins with a scene on … Continue reading
The Arizona Daily Wildcat offered the most comprehensive coverage among schools whose teams played in the opening round of the NCAA basketball tournament on Thursday. The Wildcat posted a game story, a column and a notes package while most schools offered … Continue reading
I’m looking to learn more about skills, approaches and habits among students who are honing their sports journalism skills at college media. I plan to share these results sometime in this summer. Please, send me an email [firstname.lastname@example.org] to participate. Thanks for … Continue reading