Welcome Your New Classmates to TSB

The downside of having talented people is that you aren't always going to keep them forever. So not only did we lose Chris Mottram last week, but this weekend was the last time you'll ever have a chance to kick around Tom Ziller as your weekend editor. The good news for you, the blog reader with great taste, is that we've found a few guys that we're proud to add to that right-hand author rail. ↵

↵Brian Cook will become a daily voice for TSB on a variety of topics. If you're a Michigan fan and you don't know Cook, shame on you. That means you aren't reading the web's best Michigan blog, MGoBlog.com. He also spent some time at FanHouse, but then strippers moved in next door and things got weird, so he had to relocate. ↵

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↵LSUFreek will begin beaming twisted and bizarre GIFs and JPEGs to your internets. Freek is another household name from the blogosphere if you're a football fan, contributing a great deal to both EDSBS and KSK. As you can see, he's been hard at work in the lab already today. ↵

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↵Adam Jacobi, of blackheartgoldpants.com fame, steps to the plate as your weekend editor. You've likely also seen his musings SbB. Come visit him frequently on your days off. ↵

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↵And of course I'm back over in these TSB parts after devoting a lot of time to just FirstCuts. Now I'm overseeing FC, TSB and our new NBA blog, The Baseline. So if you would, please proceed to the receiving room where there will be punch, pie and ... SPENCER GET THAT DONKEY OUT OF HERE! ↵

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This post originally appeared on the Sporting Blog. For more, see The Sporting Blog Archives.

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