Mark Blaudschun, A Jersey Guy

Mark Blaudschun Voted Football Writer’s Association Co-winner as Beat Reporter of the Year for 2012.

My name is Mark Blaudschun. I have lived and worked in Dallas. I have lived and worked in Boston. But I was born and grew up in New Jersey. And when you cut through the years–30 years as a sportswriter for the Dallas Morning News and Boston Globe, covering everything from Super Bowls and World Series to Final Fours and BCS title games as well as the Olympics, I’m still a Jersey Guy at heart and soul–someone who can be both cynical and enthusiastic and attempts to get to the heart of the matter as quickly as possible.
That’s what this website will try to do–on all things it sees, ranging from college sports to what happens in the NFL, NBA or Major League Baseball. Or any other subject which seems interesting.
If you want a Jersey guy’s opinion–you will find it here, even if you don’t like it or agree with it. And it won’t simply be just putting down words. After more than 40 years in the business, this Jersey Guy knows a lot of other guys in college athletics.
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Anyway, the idea is to have fun and we hope you do.

Mark can be contacted at or click here to submit an electronic inquiry.
Background: Mark Blaudschun grew up in New Jersey, went to the University of Miami, worked in Jersey for a dozen years at various newspapers before heading to Texas and the Dallas Morning News where he covered the old Southwest Conference for a few years. In 1987, he came East to the Boston Globe, where he covered college football and basketball, the Patriots (before they were Super Bowl contenders) as well as dealing with the Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins.