Josh Schoch

Josh Schoch

Bio

Josh has been writing about sports since December 2010, starting with Bleacher Report and transitioning between several sites before landing at www.football.com. He's covered just about every sport you can think of (and then some), posting more than 1,000 articles and accumulating over eight million reads. His work has been featured on distinguished outlets such as the Huffington Post, the Seattle Post-Intelliger, the Houston Chronicle, CNN and USA Today. He has also been on several radio shows, including ESPN Radio and had his own radio show for a time as well. Previously, he was accepted as a member of the United States Basketball Writers Association. He has also had the opportunity to interview players like Tony Gonzalez, Dustin Brown, Troy Polamalu, Justin Tuck, Larry Fitzgerald and more. Schoch has attended the Adidas Nations, covered the McDonald's All-American Game, and worked with the NCAA to celebrate the 75th anniversary of March Madness. He is currently a student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and he hopes to cover sports in the future as a full-time profession.