Improvements on Home Field Advantage

Welcome back, folks!

As Kaiti and I settle into our chaotic, post-graduation lifestyles, we’ve been working on how to make Home Field Advantage better for you, the viewers.

Here is what we’ve come up with:

First, we’d like to welcome aboard our two newest writers: Mike Schwartz and Steve Sabato!

Both are fellow Red Foxes, and they are still amongst the undergraduate ranks. We wanted to keep our connections to where this all began. Knowing Mike and Steve personally as I do, they will offer opinions that differ from the ones you have been hearing non-stop for the better part of five months. They are also hosts of the critically acclaimed (maybe) sports radio talk show, Steve & Schwartz Talk Sports, which is another show ran through Marist’s own WMAR Studios. Come September, when they return to the airwaves, so will HFA Radio as a branch to their show. Make sure you stay tuned for that.

Later today, we will allow Mike and Steve to introduce themselves to you the viewing public and we will start getting things moving towards our brand new idea:

We are eliminating the City of the Week feature and expanding this site to an all-encompassed sports blog. We will talk about the news of the day, opinions on stories that broke and our take on the latest controversy on America’s biggest stage. We know that the site was founded off the City of the Week principle and the examination of sports culture from around the country. But, through our work over the last semester and on HFA Radio, we discovered that the best way to possibly do that is to examine a story from the neutral, outside prospective, talk with someone from that direct area, then mesh together the two takes into one broader scope.

We’re really excited about these changes and even more excited to add Mike and Steve into our arsenal. HFA will begin to blow up your Facebook’s and Twitter’s in a few days, don’t you worry.

Until then, happy almost summer everybody!

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About Home Field Advantage
We are two senior Sports Communication majors at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York. We have launched this blog as part of our senior year capping project, with the goal of creating a comparative analysis and multimedia approach to the differing sports cultures in America.

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