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Dear Readers,

As the founder of the But The Game Is On Sports Network, I am proud to announce the uniting of all of network sites into this snazzy new format that will make it easier for our writers and their content to reach your brain. By eliminating the need to go to each individual site to make edits and such, I’ve put everything into one place, and that will increase the productivity of everybody involved with the network.

I am also proud to announce that we are adding a sister site to the But The Game Is On Sports Network: The Red Carpet Register. As its name implies, this new site will focus on the goings on in Hollywood, giving us a perfect blend of content about the two most popular American pastimes: sports and entertainment.

Two of my former high school classmates Kimmie Kasperitis, who is the lead writer, and Brandon Mendiola, who has partnered with the site and will provide us with unique multimedia content on a weekly basis, have joined me on this venture and I am excited to see where it goes. Though it is in its infant stages now, soon The Red Carpet Register will have their own site just like ours, which will strengthen the brand identity we are trying to create. As a warning, given their differing subject matter, the RCR will be a bit more PG-13 than this site.

In addition to these two major changes, I am also introducing a few new features for the site today:

– Brett Koremenos and I will be doing a weekly podcast every Monday to breakdown the latest happenings in the NBA with a focus on the X’s and O’s.

– Our podcast network in general will be more active going forward thanks to some new recording equipment, and I am looking into making Google+ Hangouts a regular part of our content rotation.

– Facebook commenting is something we’ve toyed with over the past few months and now we have integrated it fully into the site.

Lastly, I would like to thank all of the readers for making this site a venture worth continuing and our robust success since launching the network in the past calendar year has been overwhelming.

Regards,

Mark Travis

Founder of the But The Game Is On Sports Network

Mark Travis is a 22-year old sportswriter that is currently majoring in Sports Media at Oklahoma State University. He started his own website, But The Game Is On, in 2008 as an outlet for his praise of Michael Crabtree and has since been credentialed by major organizations like the NBA, NFL, MLB, Nike and Team USA Basketball. He also covered the past two NBA Finals for the Corpus Christi Caller-Times.