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Joe is a graduate of Muhlenberg College with a double major in Media/Communications and Political Science, with a Masters of Arts degree from Lehigh University in Political Science. He was a featured writer for Gunaxin, and has written for SB Nation New York, MVN, Fan University, The Campus Word, The Muhlenberg Weekly, The Muhlenberg Advocate, and The Suburban Trends in the past. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, ESPN’s AFC East Blog, AM New York and USA Today. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history.
Caporoso also started and runs Turn On The Jets, which covers the New York Jets and NFL
Chris Celletti is the Lead Editor and a Staff Writer. He was previously featured at SB Nation NY and Bad Left Hook. Chris graduated from Seton Hall, where he obtained a degree in Media and Communications. Chris is also a weekly contributor at Turn On The Jets.
When Kevin Smith’s parents used to ask him what he wanted to be when he grew up, he would respond “Patrick Ewing.” When he grew up to be under six feet tall and scrawny, he decided to take up sports journalism. Smith got his Associate’s Degree in journalism at Bergen Community College and now contributes to not only Turn On The Knicks, but also DimeMag.com, Dime Magazine’s official website, where he writes as their Fantasy Doctor.
Tim is a graduate of University of Maryland with a degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice. During his years there he did freelance work for a marketing company that eventually led to a position with Bownce.com, a social-networking site to connect high school basketball players with collegiate programs. After gaining experience of watching and evaluating high school talent he began contributing to Hardwood Hoops Central and D1 Nation as both a scout and writer. Tim also founded and operates his own basketball site, Posterize.
Chris DiGioia is currently working towards his Bachelor Degree in Print Journalism at William Paterson University. DiGioia holds the title of Sports Editor and Staff Writer for the Pioneer Times, WPU’s own newspaper. Growing up in Ringwood, New Jersey, DiGioia played football and basketball nearly his entire life, paving the way for a career in Sports Journalism. A die hard Los Angeles Lakers fan since the second grade, he has had to endure the most painful season the NBA has ever shown him, so yes, go right ahead at rip into him.
Matt is currently a contributor and staff writer who also spent time writing for Turn On The Jets. Matt graduated from Juniata College, where he obtained a degree in Communication and Media Studies. He also played both Basketball and Baseball in his four years attending Juniata. On top of having a job as a Credibility Advisor at Dun and Bradstreet Credibility Corp, Matt also is part of the Parkland Basketball coaching staff in Allentown, PA.