Lost in what's been going on over the past couple of weeks is the fact that the Daily Norseman has had another of its co-writers move on, as Anthony has turned in his. . .his. . .whatever he would turn in to denote that he didn't have the time to contribute to the site any longer. I know that I, for one, greatly appreciated the work that Anthony put in here as a member of the DN team, and sincerely wish him the best in his future endeavors.
So, that means that the site is down to three of us. . .myself, Eric, and Ted. As a result, I feel as though the time has come to open up the opportunity for you good folks out there to become a part of the DN team. If you've been part of a blog in the past. . .or, hey, even if you have a blog currently. . .it's obviously helpful. If you have previous writing experience, that's obviously helpful as well.
If you're more statistically oriented or have a real knowledge of the "X and O" matters of football, that would be great, too. For as knowledgeable as we are about football, we really don't have a guy that can break down plays or anything like that. Having something like that during the season would be awesome, in my opinion.
So, if you have an interest in potentially joining us, please drop me a line, along with your DN handle so I could potentially go back and look at your previous contributions to the site, your writing style, that sort of thing. If you want to send a writing sample or a link to any site you're currently a part of or that you were a part of at one time, that would be great, too.
Oh, one last thing. . .if you're a big fan of Minnesota sports in general, particularly if you're active on other Minnesota-based SBNation sites (those being Twinkie Town, Canis Hoopus, Hockey Wilderness, or The Daily Gopher) and would like to talk about it on a regular basis, drop me a line on that front, too. . .you could be a part of something big that's coming to SBNation.
Thanks to all of you out there for being part of the site. . .blogging is going to be relatively light for the rest of the Memorial Day weekend.