If you'll allow a humble independent sports blogger, I just wanted to take a brief moment to remind you of all the wonderful ways you can waste your money on this site.
If you're ever looking for tickets to an upcoming Syracuse game, make sure you check out the ticket section on TNIAAM. It's a handy way to figure out what's available, where and for how much.
Lord knows you need more Syracuse t-shirts. The TNIAAM Shoppe is chock-a-block with orange t-shirts that have witty sayings on them, which are your favorite kind of sayings. All your favorite inside jokes are there, including "Earn Every Retweet," "All Hail The Glorious Syracuse City-State," and "I Got Rec'd On TNIAAM."
If you would like to buy a signed copy of HTGAO, e-mail me directly and I can do that for you. If you know anyone who has children or if you yourself have recently discovered that you have children, it's the perfect item.
While the season is over halfway done, you can still purchase Orange Tip Off '11-'12 as well. Sure, the player profile on Mookie Jones won't do you much good but I'd argue it's still worth it for the awesome articles, like Scott Pitoniak's piece of SU coach Dr. Fred Lewis and Voteprime's glorious profile piece on Bernie Fine. E-book only.
For the super-duper collectors, I recently discovered that I still have four copies of Orange Tip-Off Magazine from 2010-2011. If you'd be interested in getting one of these collectibles (pretty sure they're the last four I'll ever get my hands on), e-mail me directly.
Unrelated to all of this but nonetheless important, you might want to go ahead and get The Hunger Games and it's subsequent sequels. I just finished them and between that and the impending movie, I'm going to start referencing them often. You don't want to be left out when I start referring to Fab Melo as the Mockingjay or say that C.J. Fair has trackerjacker venom in his blood. These are important things.
If you're interested in starting your own blog, sports-related or otherwise, check out my video classes here. Professional Blogging Boot Camp is everything you could ever want to know to get started on your blog while Sports Blogging 101 gets you started on your sports-specific blog. Both classes include video of the class and the accompanying PowerPoint slides.
Thank you and Godspeed.