The best conference in the nation.
The Big East is one of the nations premier sports conferences. We all know this. Especially you, the reader of Orange::44. Thus, there are a lot of people out there who want to know more about it. This is natural. But you may be wondering who will aid you in your quest for Big East knowledge? Why, the bloggers you know and love of course.
This Wednesday evening at 9:00pm EST, I am hosting what I hope will be the first of many group discussions on the state of the Big East and the teams that comprise it. Joining me will be a quality panel that we have assembled for this inaugural Big East group chat.
Sean Keeley from Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician. Some would say he is the best Syracuse blogger out there. I wouldn’t not agree.
John Radcliff from Mountainlair. An entertaining blogger on the West Virginia beat, John will bring a deep knowledge of Big East football and basketball while wrapping it in a delightful bow of songs and sass.
Chas Rich from Pitt Blather and the AOL College Football and Basketball FanHouse. This expert from Pittsburgh will be riding high off his team beating West Virginia, as well as having a Top 5 basketball team.
We hope to be having these little shin digs once a week in the future, with a revolving panel of bloggers from different and awesome Big East blogs. We assume that since basketball is really kicking into high gear that we will talk about basketball quite a bit, but seeing as this is basically the last week for Big East football we will address some of that as well. Feel free to come and ask us anything, but keep it clean and respectful (save some light jabs if you are so inclined). I will moderate this discussion, so either way it should be a lively discussion.
Big East Bloggers: If you would like to join the panel in the future, e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll talk.
For the rest of you, have your questions ready and be prepared to join the discussion right here at Orange::44 tomorrow night at 9:00pm. Hopefully this will be the first of many excellent discussions in the future.