Armchair Reporter

Raising Canes

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One of my earliest memories is from the summer of 2006.

I was a young child, just having finished first grade. A sports fanatic from a young age, I found myself with little to watch in the summer.

Up the Villa!

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It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of football.

American football, yes. Equally so, however, I love the original game of football. The beautiful game. The sport we Americans call “soccer.”

Jealousy, jealousy

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Caitlin Clark.

For my money, she’s more entertaining than any men’s college basketball player I’ve watched in a long time. I’m sure many would agree.

I haven’t made a point to take in many non-March Madness men’s college basketball games in years. The sport just hasn’t been a draw for me.

If I die tonight

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Obituaries, far and away, are my least favorite stories to write. I’ve always felt that way.

Don’t get me wrong. I love typing out favorite stories and memories of those we’ve lost too soon. I love hearing family and friends recount those memories and paint a vivid, beautiful picture of who that person truly was.

Breaking Brad

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I can admit when I’m wrong.

This time last year, I wrote my first-ever column for the newspaper. It was called “March Sadness.” The piece was a fairly blistering review of Clemson basketball head coach Brad Brownell and his tenure with the Tigers.

If my pen had the power

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If my pen had the power, I’d write it all differently.

There’s nothing like the heartbreak of being so close but coming up just short. This week reminded me of that.

All season long, I’ve told the stories of the teams I watched in Florence this weekend.

Florence + The Machine

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I’ll be the first to admit: I love road trips.

It doesn’t matter where I’m going. The destination is never a big deal. I just love being able to load up my car, roll down my windows with my music blaring, and drive.

Colt 45 at church

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Before Covid in 2020, my father used to be a pastor.

Members of my dad’s church were atypical in the eyes of many. Trade in jackets for jeans and tailored suits for t-shirts, and that’s what you’d find at Impact Church.


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A few of my friends and I went out on Friday night.

Pour Sports in downtown Greer is one of my favorite spots, and luckily, it’s one of theirs, too.


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