Sports Reviewer is a premiere American sports review site created by Chuck Prady and Bill Lore, both of whom serve as sports writers for the ESPN before, along with Michael Aronsohn, who is also one of the head writers.
Founded in Pasadena, California, this sports website is centered around NCAA, NFL, NBA, Mixed Martial Arts, the Super Bowl, and the World Cup.
Here are the awesome geek guys behind Sports Reviewer.
Chuck Prady – is a seasoned sports writer with an IQ of 155 who received his Ph.D at NYU when he was 24 years old. He exhibits a strict adherence to routine; a lack of understanding of irony, humor, and sarcasm. He loves to write about Tim Tebow, Drew Brees, and the Super Bowl!
Bill Lore – works as a full-time writer for the Sports Reviewer. He is Jewish, and lives with his mother until now! He has a master’s degree in Engineering from MIT and the apparatus he designed are built and launched into space by NASA.
Michael Aronsohn – Michael was a child prodigy who began college at the age of 12, started graduate studies at 15, and earned his first Ph.D. at 17. He is really awesome! He now contributes MMA articles for the Sports Reviewer. He’s a big fan of Shogun.
Martin Helberg – He’s our residents sports geek, but he’s not just into sports. He has spent much of his career attempting to prove string theory over loop quantum gravity. He believed he proved it on an expedition to the Mount Everest. Following his discovery of a planetary object beyond the Wardraff Belt, he was named in Time Magazine’s “Top 100 Geeks since 1900″, and became a celebrity in his time, getting a larger office and drawing the envy of his co-writers here at Sports Reviewer.
John Mark Lindt – an avid Football fan and an aerospace engineer who has a Master’s from MIT. He has developed several devices for the Russian Space Station, but he often uses them for his own purposes with disastrous results, such as getting a Moon rover stuck in a ditch while trying to impress someone or getting a robotic arm stuck in the door knob while turning it. He regularly writes about NFL and Super Bowl here at Sports Reviewer.