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Brent Glasgow

Brent Glasgow

Brent Glasgow started in print journalism in 2005, after four years in sports/news radio in Florida and Indiana. He’s written for publications in Indiana, Illinois and Pennsylvania, while also freelancing in those and other states across the U.S. Brent has seen or covered sporting events in 22 states and the District of Columbia.

His favorite sports assignment was covering the 2008 Ryder Cup at Valhalla in Kentucky, as much for the unlimited Amstel Light and Heineken as the U.S. victory. Brent's favorite pastime is hitting a baseball, football or basketball game with his two sons, while sampling the best local brew on tap and signature food item.

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