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Two More Weeks Gone By

Posted Monday, October 12, 2009, at 8:53 AM

A photo from the Patriots game I went to on Sunday, October 4th.
Hi Everybody!! Sorry it's been a couple of weeks since I've checked in, but things at ESPN can get really busy at times. I'm still learning a whole lot and all my trainers and supervisors have been giving me nothing but good feedback on my work. It seems like I'm doing a highlight for SportsCenter nearly every night , maybe even two games a night. I've expanded the list of sports I've editing since I've been here. I can now edit football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. I have a feeling that I'll be doing a lot of football, hockey, and basketball due to the baseball season wrapping up (I'm not going to even talk about the Cardinals.....). I will say that hockey is very exciting to edit because you tend to use a lot of telestration to show certain details such as the puck or a player's stick. Overall, this is still the greatest experience I've ever had and I'm enjoying every minute of it. I'll be hitting the half-way point of the internship this week, so my time is going by very fast. Part of me doesn't want it to end, but I know that I have a great school to come back to in Arkansas State. I know that my family and friends are ready to have me back home. I'll be writing my next blog to let everyone know how my mid-internship evaluation went.

Oh, there was this NFL game I went to last weekend. I saw the New England Patriots defeat the Baltimore Ravens 27-21. It was a fantastic game in an amazing atmosphere. Gillette Stadium was huge and there was a sellout crowd there. It was awesome to see great players like Tom Brady, Joe Flacco, Ray Lewis, Randy Moss, and Wes Welker battle it out to possibly become one of the early favorites in the playoff hunt. There are some pictures with this blog from that game, so I hope you all enjoy them.

And that's a wrap for me!! Until next time, enjoy being a sports fan....and remember, I might have edited the highlight that you see on ESPN!!!

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