About Kevin McGuire (@KevinOnCFB), and why you should follow him

Before we continue, please allow me to thank you for clicking the URL link in my Twitter profile. Hopefully you are already aware of who I am, because I would like to think you decided to follow me on Twitter (if not, you can take a moment to do so now… I’ll wait), but if you are still trying to figure out why so many people are following me, then please continue.

My name, as if the big title at the top of the page does not feed my ego enough already, is Kevin McGuire. You can read more about me in my more in-depth About page if you wish, but I’ll give you a quick overview of who I am. I am a contributing and freelance writer, podcaster and social media specialist with a heavy dose on college football. My work can currently be found primarily on NBC Sports, Athlon Sports and The Comeback. I also host a college football podcast which is available on iTunes and Google Play and is also syndicated on iHeart Radio. I am a full-time blogger and have been doing this type of work for close to a decade.

I currently reside in the Philadelphia region with my wife and dog.

No 2-Minute Warning

N2MW-avatar-2016-1In addition to my work with NBC Sports, Athlon Sports and The Comeback, I own, edit and manage my own college football blog at No 2-Minute Warning. The site launched in 2011 initially as a complimentary outlet to my official work in 2011 and has since grown to become its own go-to resource for my commentary in written, audio and video form. The No 2-Minute Warning Podcast is available on iTunes and Google Play for subscriptions. Users of Stitcher Radio and iHeart Radio may also stream the show at any time.

I also manage and edit Nittany Lions Den and Macho Row on The Sports Daily Network, focusing primarily on Penn State football and Philadelphia Phillies baseball, respectively.

Kevin on Twitter, Facebook and more

By now, hopefully you have a better idea of who I am and why you should (or should not, it’s your choice) follow me on Twitter. If you do wish to follow me, you may do so @KevinOnCFB for my (mostly) college football commentary and updates. Of course, should you decide you would like to follow me in a different direction, I invite you to like my Facebook page, follow me on Tumblr, follow me on Google+Instagram or Snapchat.

If you would like to connect with me for business or professional purposes, you can find me on LinkedIn.