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Contributor

Brad Davis

State: West Virginia

College: West Virginia University

Major: Journalism

Contact Information: the_brad_00@yahoo.com

At this stage of the game, I'm a news-ed journalism major at WVU, for good or ill. Seeking a place to get it started, I discovered the SOP through Brandon Jennings, a regular contributer to the site. I'll have another semester or two before I hit up the school newspaper for a job, so for the meantime it's side work here.

From the Ground Up: The Story of Nikki Izzo-Brown and the West Virginia University Women's Soccer Program - She literally built the program from scratch and, after 13 years, the rapid achievements of Coach Nikki Izzo-Brown and the West Virginia women"s soccer program place high on the list of all-time WVU sports successes.

Big East Kicks Back And Relaxes After Huge Year - Rutgers went 11-2, and their win in the Texas Bowl was the first bowl win in school history. South Florida upset West Virginia in Morgantown and finished 9-4 in just it’s second year in the Big East.

Future of NHL's Pittsburgh Penguins in Doubt - Days before the PGCB"s vote, Billionaire Canadian businessman Jim Balsillie shyed out of a virtually done deal to buy the team from Lemieux and company for $175 million.

New Global Initiative Will Aim to Keep Nuclear Weapons Out of Terrorist Hands - The United States and Russia join forces to keep nuclear weapons out of the hands of terrorists.

Official: U.S. Disappointed by China's Beef Import Decision - Department of Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said the United States is "disappointed" with China"s decision to only partially re-open its markets to U.S. beef products.

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