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Sam Ingro, Co-Founder & Editor-in-Chief
Sam has been actively involved in the writing community since 2008. After debuting on Bleacher Report, he has gone on to have his work referenced on sites such as NFL.com, ESPN, CBS Sports, Cleveland.com, Yahoo Sports, and many others. Sam became featured on Dawg Scooper, the Internet’s leading independent source for Cleveland Browns news, in 2010. With his departure, he took up the position of Director of Copy Editing with an upstart football company, National Football Authority. In NFA’s run of just over one year, the site generated millions of reads and featured interview’s with many of the NFL’s hottest stars. In the past, his work has generated thousands of reads.
Sam helped co-found Buckeye State Sports with Bob Evans in 2012. Attending Edinboro University for sports journalism, he has developed his craft and become versed in many different formats to appeal to readers. Staying passionate about Ohio sports, and optimistic in the worst of times, does not come easy living in Pittsburgh-country. Born in Erie, Penn., embracing the state of Ohio became a choice that few in the area have made, but he wouldn’t have it any other way. His goal with BSS is to help create a new location for sports fans to get the hottest and most innovative news on the web today.
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