ETHAN MAY Columbia, MO (September 10, 2015) – Once again I find myself writing a blog when I should be studying, but I have to get this off my mind. I’ll do my best to keep it short. What’s up with the Cardinals? Up until September this team was winning at an incredible pace. Fueled by … Continue reading Could this slide be a good thing?
ETHAN MAY Columbia, MO (September 3, 2015) – Since arriving back at school I’ve spent much of my time studying the Associated Press style of writing. A nonprofit collaborative news bureau founded in 1846, the AP has grown into the world’s largest source of news. So big, in fact, that their content reaches half of the world’s … Continue reading Seeing History and Change
ETHAN MAY Columbia, MO (November 20, 2014) – Division strength tends to go in cycles and the NL East is trending upwards. The Washington Nationals have been steadily building a core of talent the last half-decade. Anchored by Bryce Harper and some impressive young arms, the Nationals have been challenging the top of the National … Continue reading Time to Watch the NL East
ETHAN MAY Columbia, MO (October 16, 2014) – Georgia is coming to town without Todd Gurley! Easy win!! Right? Nope. Nothing comes easy in the SEC. Let’s read some stats. Georgia’s back up running back, Nick Chubb, ran for 143 yards on 38 carries with a touchdown. Chubb was all over Mizzou’s defense. Michael Bennett caught … Continue reading Bulldogs Chase Tigers to the Swamp