Geoff is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University (Writing) and the University of New Hampshire (MBA). His writing has been published in howiGit’s blog, Bleacher Report, BostInnovation, Dirty Water News, Neighborhood News, and a variety of other publications. He works in Boston as a marketing and PR professional and is golf, travel, and food obsessed. He can be reached at geoff@howiGit.com. Tweet at him @howiGit.
Jimmy is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University where he majored in marketing. He primarily writes on New York teams, in particular the Yankees, Giants, and Knicks. He is a Giants season ticket holder and can be seen winning the 9 beer/9 Hot Dog challenge in the Yankee Stadium bleachers. He is often seen as the J-Bone commentator, were he regularly shames the howiGit with his witty arguments and critiques. He is never wrong. He often is so right that his comments are deleted. Tweet at him @JBone2828.
Alan is a graduate of the University of Vermont where he majored in political science. He is a currently a law student at Suffolk University. He primarily writes on music but also covers politics from time to time. He hates John Mellencamp, onions, and boardgames.
Chris is a senior at Colby College where he studies English and Creative Writing. Beyond frequenting Gillette Stadium and Fenway Park and preaching the Boston sports gospel, he also enjoys the career stylings of Reggie Miller (the player), Rick Ankiel (the hitter), and Charles Barkley (the man/the myth). Chris does have interests beyond professional sports. For example, he likes college sports. Tweet him @t0ad with any and all job offers.
Buster is a graduate of Framingham State College where he majored in philosophy. He works as a marketing communications professional and has been a writer for TalkingBoxing.com and FightBeat.com. He currently writes for Bleacher Report as well as howiGit’s Blog . He has been quoted in ‘Strip LV Magazine’, ‘BQE Magazine’ and on Showtime Boxing’s website. Paris has been a repeat guest on Baltimore’s WNST Sports Talk Radio 1570am, and has been occasionally quoted on Boston’s Eagan & Braude Radio Show 96.9fm.