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As college football season — and NFL football season, and most other sport seasons — approaches, we here at SportsGrid need someone to take over the site on Saturday, arguably the busiest and most exciting day of the sports week.
We at SportsGrid are very excited to announce we have been acquired by ESPN. Press release and details, after the jump.
After the jump, a Very Special Important (Spimportant – TM) Message from SportsGrid editors Glenn Davis and Dylan Murphy.
As was reported first on SI.com today, I am thrilled to announce that my web property SportsGrid.com will become the building block for a major fantasy sports media company led by industry leader RotoExperts. More information after the jump.
You – you there! You are reading SportsGrid at this very moment. We thank you for that, and hope you are enjoying your stay. And if you are – did you know that your SportsGrid experience need not be limited to the confines of this site? No, there’s a whole social media world out there, and SportsGrid’s a part of it. Won’t you join us as we plug away in various corners of the internet? See where to find us after the jump.
Here at SportsGrid, one thing we try to do is to make you a better sports fan. Usually, it’s by keeping you abreast of the quirky and insane, or appeasing your addiction to breaking viral videos. But now, we want to take things a step further: we want to highlight the products that will make you a better sports fan, and provide a quick and easy place for you to buy them. So we opened a store.
SportsGrid is seeking a summer editorial intern to help keep our sports blog machine rolling. If you’re looking to get your byline on an established sports blog, earn school credit, and do some original reporting along the way, this is the place. Plus: free Diet Coke. How to apply, after the jump.
SportsGrid is seeking an additional weekend editor to keep our blog machine rolling on Saturdays and Sundays. The position is a paid one, and the weekend editor can work from home. If interested, feel free to step into our office, after the jump.
A gentle reminder, you good-looking and well-informed readers: in an effort to get to know you better, we’d like to ask you some questions. We’d also like to give one of you a $50 American Express gift card, and the paperback edition of the controversial ESPN book. Step into our office, if you will.