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Brian Pedersen is an on-call college football writer for Bleacher Report who also covers Major League Baseball, college basketball, NASCAR and Olympics.

Since 1995 the University of Arizona graduate has covered numerous sports and teams at all levels, including Arizona basketball, football and softball, minor league baseball and high school sports. He has nearly 19 years of experience in print media, including stints at two daily newspapers and one alternative weekly in the Tucson area. His freelance work has been published throughout the U.S.

Pedersen also contributes to AnteUp, a monthly poker magazine, focusing on events and issues related to Southern Arizona.

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  • James Somers posted 108 days ago

    James Somers

    You write a column on the best offensive minds in college football and David Shaw, the best play caller in the game, doesn't make the list?

  • Kerry Mosser posted 148 days ago

    Kerry Mosser

    Hi Brian, can you help me locate a yearly NCAA DIV injury team stat report for most or least amount of season ending injuries per team per year for the past few years?

  • Robert Robinson posted 195 days ago

    Robert Robinson

    You said that the coaching matchup between Coach K and Cal was going to be EVEN? Were you being facetious? Honestly, that is incomprehensible.

  • Court Weisleder posted 223 days ago

    Court Weisleder

    You crushed it on Saturday, nice work!

  • Bob R posted 239 days ago

    Bob R

    Got the Nebraska-Illinois score wrong too...

  • Bob R posted 239 days ago

    Bob R

    Hey Brian,

    On http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2571811-college-football-picks-week-5-predictions-for-every-game/page/27 you got the final score backwards (you have Georgia 38 Alabama 10).

    Best Regards,

    Bob

  • Ryan Nolen posted 243 days ago

    Ryan Nolen

    Hey Brian,
    I just had a question. I was just reading your new power rankings article. Baylor's page mentions that they are giving up 39 points per game. That can't be right considering they beat SMU 56-21 (I believe), I can't remember the score of the Lamar game but I don't think it got up high enough to raise the average to 39 considering the score of the Rice game was 70-17. Maybe I'm missing some information or maybe I misunderstood something but you might want to fact check that statistic. Thanks! Have a great day

  • Average Fraternity Guy posted 243 days ago

    Average Fraternity Guy

    In your article of ranking all the fbs teams, you said that Baylor is giving up 39 ppg when in fact it's only giving up 23 ppg. Get your facts straight

  • Heaven on the Brazos posted 261 days ago

    Heaven on the Brazos

    Ya' big dummy, you used an old photo of the westside of Kyle Field on you hotdog story.

  • Steve Gavazzi posted 267 days ago

    Steve Gavazzi

    Article on Urban Meyer coming out next week in ISCJ. Here is the preview: https://theconversation.com/the-secret-to-a-college-football-coachs-success-46916

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