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I enjoy writing.

The combination of new age online journalism (damn bloggers) and the time-old tradition of deadline-driven hysteria in the news media has steadily edged the approach to storytelling as a craft almost entirely out of the newsroom. Worse, the public likely doesn’t even want the small amount still lingering.

As often as possible, I like the small brush strokes, as oppose to mindlessly tossing the entire can of paint at the canvas that could otherwise become a story.

But, on occasion, there’s just no time. When the circumstances call for it, sometimes you’ve just got to roll up your sleeves, and start typing…

11/20–NJAC coaches exclude Lions from post-season party

11/18–TCNJ Player: Rowan coach wanted to fight me

11/15–Profs’ Yezzi earns NJAC award after shutout

11/8–TCNJ’s Burns wins 2nd NJAC award–both with strings attached

11/1–TCNJ’s third-straight loss fosters NJAC’s third award-winner of 2009

10/25–TCNJ’s Burns wins NJAC award for leading Lions’ D at its best

10/18–Second TCNJ opponent earns NJAC Player of the Week vs. Lions’ D

10/11–Zucconi captures 3rd NJAC Specialist award

10/9–Brockport to practice in Lions’ Stadium

9/28–At week’s end, Lions boast nation’s top scoring offense

9/27–Zucconi wins second NJAC Special Teams POTW award of 2009

9/26–Lions rank 1st in NJAC after Cortland loss

09/14–Special Monday Practice Feature: Chris James gets equipment makeover, crash course in “Sports Tech: 101″

9/12–TCNJ Lions football photos now on Flickr

9/6–Yetka, Zucconi named NJAC Players of the Week

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