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Alex Martin Smith

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Multimedia Journalist — SEC Country
As seen in: SEC Country, DawgNation

Mostly SEC football & basketball for @SECcountry | Email me: alex.smith@coxinc.com | The J.R. Ewing of Seattle.

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Biography

Multimedia journalist, reporter, writer, etc. for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and SEC Country since 2015. University of Missouri. First-generation Minnesotan.

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A love Tyler Ulis can't explain: The nation's best point guard traces his winding journey in ink

A love Tyler Ulis can't explain: The nation's best point guard traces his winding journey in ink

Kirk Herbstreit badly wants 'NCAA Football' video game back, says 'Ed O'Bannon ruined that for al...

Kirk Herbstreit badly wants 'NCAA Football' video game back, says 'Ed O'Bannon ruined that for al...

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Nov 20, 2017

Michigan-Ohio State aka THE GAME has also produced some great QB performances in recent years, but the Top 5 doesn't include anyone from the past decade: https://t.co/MYc5on8djm

Nov 20, 2017

Top Iron Bowl QB performances of the past 25 years include three from the pre-Saban era. Can you name them without looking? https://t.co/8enhMwQ8wO

Nov 14, 2017

Part 2 of @SECcountry's attempt to conquer the music industry: "We Are Volunteers" by Jeff Woods. I'm biased, but it slaps. https://t.co/l4EXcrzxGp

Nov 08, 2017

... And here's a closer look at the SEC's "greatest" QBs. Who ya got this weekend: Jalen Hurts or Nick Fitzgerald? https://t.co/5AXdz93hhE

Nov 08, 2017

Who is the "greatest" NCAA QB of 2017? Baker Mayfield just took back the No. 1 spot, and he's probably not giving it away again: https://t.co/KnyOCMrSLT https://t.co/mk02Y7mDv0

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Who do you wish followed you?

My parents.

Why did you become a journalist?

I was looking for big money in a stable industry.

Did you work for your high school newspaper? If so, what did you do there?

Yes. Fittingly brought "The Phoenix" back from defunct status. A co-editor named Tate did most of the work.