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Memphis looks for college basketball writer

Discussion in 'Journalism Jobs' started by publicenemy, Jun 25, 2006.

  1. Don't let them get on you Chris, kiss those boots! And perhaps send flowers.
  2. BYH

    BYH Active Member

    You'd think you would have learned about the importance of bootlicking when you lost out on that Plain Dealer gig.

    You're still not good enough, Ace. :D
  3. bdh02

    bdh02 Member

    If only I were about 10 years down the line. This is basically my dream job.
  4. I don't know what some of you are smoking, but as a city, Memphis sucks.

    The job is primo, however.
  5. publicenemy

    publicenemy Member

    major college beat experience is definitely preferred, but not mandatory.
  6. bdh02

    bdh02 Member

    Actually, Memphis is an incredible city. But I guess to each his own.
  7. Michael_ Gee

    Michael_ Gee Well-Known Member

    Memphis is a very nice town. This is obviously a very good job. For what it's worth, dealing with Calipari is really not that bad. Keeps one busy, though.
  8. JME

    JME Member

    I spent a few days in Memphis for work and thought it was a great city.
  9. mediaguy

    mediaguy Well-Known Member

    I'm a big fan of Memphis, having been there for work a couple of times. Calipari can be a hassle, but his team should be huge next year. What else is left in Conference USA besides UAB?
  10. bdh02

    bdh02 Member

    I've not worked in Memphis, but I've done a substantial about with Calipari. He's never given me many problems.
  11. sister_havana

    sister_havana Member

    Echo that, bdh02. Nothing like Huggins. :D
  12. Maybe it's just me, then. I thought Memphis was hot, dirty and Beale Street was overblown.

    Although the barbecue is pretty good.
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