The following is from an email blast Gould sent out to announce the site.
I want everyone know this “retired” sportswriter is involved in a new college football website, TMGcollegesports.com. I could not resisting teaming up with two old buddies–Chris Dufresne (former L.A. Times), Mark Blaudschun (former Boston Globe).
We launched the site today (Monday, July 18) with three columns that should give readers an idea of where TMGcollegesports.com is headed. … Chris explains how he was at Ground Zero when Jim Harbaugh’s coaching career took off. I take a look at why people shouldn’t sleep on the Seven Dwarfs of the Big Ten. And Mark delves into Big 12 expansion and how it will impact the college-football landscape.
We’re going the paysite route, asking people for $19.95 for the entire season, with an early-bird rate of just $14.95.
Please join us.
And please tell people who love college football about us.
Needless to say, we’re going to have fun with this. We remember when sports was less of a business and more of a game—and as aging Baby Boomers, we’re going to do everything we can to keep it that way.
We not only are going to give our views on the always-wild ride of a college football season. In the blog format, we will have ample opportunity to present background and personal experiences from the past.
With more than a century of experience, we have a lot of stories to tell. And this format is perfect for that.
Our web designer, Chris wife, Sheila, has given us a very easy-to-navigate site.
We want you to be involved, too. Questions, suggestions, ideas for columns are welcome.
Please check us out.
Thanks for reading.