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Clashmore Mike Welcomes Andrew Crafton

By · June 14th, 2010 · 1 Comment · 1,212 views
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Clashmore Mike Welcomes Andrew Crafton

It’s been a quiet month and a half around here. Never fear, we’re not going the way of Blue-Gray Sky (thanks for the shout out, guys and, more importantly, for inspiring so many of us to start writing online about this love we all share), but real life commitments, some even Notre Dame-related, have definitely demanded more of our time here in the off season and we decided to take a bit of a posting vacation to compensate.

Well, that’s all about to change. We’re proud to announce the addition of Andrew Crafton to the team of writers here at Clashmore Mike. Andrew is currently finishing a degree in Applied Economics at the University of Minnesota after a stint in the Air Force. His parents are long time faculty at Notre Dame and he’s seen more than his share of games inside Rockne Stadium.

Andrew loves getting down and dirty with statistics and will be writing on a more sporadic schedule whenever he can find his Irish muse. Luckily, we convinced him to join up after we were able to preview his latest statistical opus entitled “Clutch or Luck? Brian Kelly’s Performance the Past 5 Seasons,” which we’ll be publishing here shortly.

Additionally, our staff is basically all back to full strength and our usual off-season posting schedule has resumed. In particular, Anthony’s got some great articles all queued up and we’ll have some renewed discussion concerning the preparation for Brian Kelly’s freshman season as head coach.

Thanks for sticking with us!

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