Authors List

Founder and writer for Graduate from LSU with an addiction to sports. If you are interested in writing, contributing in any way, or have any questions or comments email me at

Harrison Coburn is a longtime Atlanta sports fan who was born and raised in Roswell, Georgia. He is a graduate of the University of Alabama, where he studied Finance. Ironically, it was in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, where Harrison and two of his close friends, Michael Arkin, and Chase Irle, founded during the Hawks' magical 60-win season. He has covered the major Atlanta sports teams ever since, primarily writing about the Braves and Hawks. He worked as an intern with 680 The Fan during the summer of 2016.

Founder and writer of Currently a senior at the University of Alabama and an Atlanta sports fan since day one. Can be reached via e-mail at

Born and raised in Newnan, Georgia. Passionate fan and writer about Atlanta sports. Can be contacted at

High School Teacher. Freelance Writer. Baseball and Football Coach. All Georgia from sports teams to music. Go Braves!

Junior in High School looking to be a sports writer/broadcaster. Love the Braves, Falcons and Hawks. #ChopOn #TrueToAtlanta #RiseUp

Derek recently covered the Atlanta Falcons for FanSided's NFL Spin Zone from June 2017 to September 2018.

Andrew, one of our Braves writers and graphic designers, works as a cable news producer and a broadcast specialist for the Arkansas Travelers, a Double-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners. Questions, comments and design ideas can be sent to

Da'Vonte Hughes is a sports writer for He is an aspiring sports journalist and is looking to break out into the sports industry. Da'Vonte has been writing for years now and loves his fair share of Atlanta sports. When he graduates from the University of West Georgia with a degree in Sport Management he would like to work for a Georgia based sports team.

Ryan is a junior multimedia journalism major at Georgia Southern University. He grew up just outside of Savannah, GA, and has been a consistent fan of Atlanta sports, especially the Braves and Falcons, his entire life. Questions and comments can be directed to :

Chris Stephens is a 12-year Army veteran turned sportswriter turned high-school English teacher. I've spent time covering sports for multiple daily newspapers in Georgia and also had a two-year stint with Bleacher Report covering baseball and college football before ultimately deciding to move into the classroom to teach English and Journalism.

Expert on all things Atlanta. Political Science major at Kennesaw State University.

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