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Adam Wells is one of B/R's Breaking News Team writers. He graduated from Indiana University Purdue University-Fort Wayne in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in Media & Public Communication. After growing up as a baseball fan, he has spent the last two years studying prospects and evaluating talent throughout the minor leagues.

Despite living in the heart of Cubs and Cardinals country in Indiana, Adam is an Indians fan thanks to his time spent watching "Major League" as a child. You can follow Adam on Twitter @adamwells1985.

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  • Colin Carney posted 4 days ago

    Colin Carney

    As a follow up to your recent report about Lynch, you may want to check out the limited edition Seahawks 2014 NFC Champions Framed 20'' x 24'' Collage on sale at

    The collage features a shot of Lynch checking himself for proper inflation. An action that already cost him a fine, and announced that it will cost him and his team 15 yards if he does it again on Sunday, will only cost you $149.95 plus shipping and handling. All courtesy of the NFL.

  • james blueone posted 5 days ago

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  • Brandon Hofer posted 12 days ago

    Brandon Hofer

    I just read your article on Tough Enough coming back and overall enjoyed it. There is a glaring error that must be fixed though. In your article you stated,

    "Despite McCumber talking about the audience for the show, Tough Enough has never produced a top-notch WWE star. There have been a few key players over the years like John Morrison, but no one who has been elevated to a main event level. "

    That is incorrect. The Miz was on season four of Tough Enough. Not only has he been on a main event level in the past but he was WWE Champion. He was also in the WrestleMania 27 main event and defeated John Cena, the biggest WWE star in the last 10 years or so. That is something that most stars can't stay.

  • JD Roth posted 29 days ago

    JD Roth

    Yeah TCU didn't see anything like Ole Miss in the Big XII. Now watch Baylor destroy Michigan State and K-state destroy UCLA....

  • James Lupi posted 54 days ago

    James Lupi

    Adam If you are going to use Rick Glasers #s for pacs fight (no name and in china) then shouldent you use Rick's #s on the MW-maidaina fight (known fighter in US) which is 772K? Pac bradley did 775K.

  • Super Grande posted 103 days ago

    Super Grande

    This feels like a "troll" like article from an Indiana writer. It doesn't matter how many anti-FSU pieces are written by ND fans, the 'Noles are gonna win this game. Who cares about the QB's stock?

    ND = over-hyped team.

  • Bruno Palumbo posted 162 days ago

    Bruno Palumbo

    Federer was going for his 8th W title and made it to the semis in Australia. Your Federer Momentum article has a few mistakes!

  • James . posted 172 days ago

    James .


    During this cycle...

    At this very moment...

  • James . posted 172 days ago

    James .

    Adam Wells, back in 2012, said:

    "On the football field, the best days of Penn State football are long gone. There might be a winning season here and there, but competing for conference championships is gone."

    Haha, great call on this one. The best days of PSU football look in the near future. You should have made a third option in your poll of, [Yes. It will take a couple years of still winning seasons and Penn State will be back to elite recruiting in the top 5 in the nation with one of the best coaches in the game. Then shortly after they'll be in national title contention.]

    "...there is going to be almost no clamoring for top players to go to Happy Valley...Any blue-chip recruits interested in Penn State will look at the fact they won't be able to play in a bowl game until at least 2016-17 and decide to go somewhere else."

    I think our current top 5 class, once ranked as the top in the nation during this recruiting cycle, would tend to disagree with you. We've also recruited well in the previous classes too. Again, great opinion on your part.

    I guess that journalism talent is how you ended up at IUP. Anyway, thanks for the laugh when looking back over your old article.

    Please never take up fortune telling.

  • Sammy Wellyiah posted 174 days ago

    Sammy Wellyiah

    Now you are famous for being foolish! Good thing you are foolish now that you are famous. Yay!

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