Graydon Gordian is the founder and editor emeritus of 48 Minutes of Hell, an ESPN affiliate blog that covers the San Antonio Spurs. He has written for ESPN.com, ESPN Rise, Hardwood Paroxysm, the Rumble, the Miami Herald, the Sacramento Bee, the Awl and, of course, Norman Einstein's Sports & Rocket Science Monthly. He waited his entire life to see the University of Texas football team win a national championship, only to schedule a flight during the 2006 Rose Bowl, a catastrophic oversight he will regret until the day he dies or Texas wins a fifth national championship. He lives in Brooklyn with his girlfriend and two cats, Beesly and Bea Arthur.
Check out Graydon's work at the magazine:
The Men With No Name: On the Nature & Limits Of Bull Riding. (Norman Einstein's 21)
Navigating the Confluence: the Pittsburgh Steelers Go To the Super Bowl. (Norman Einstein's 21)
Counterpunch: History Robs Tom Molineaux. (Norman Einstein's 20)
Disappearing Acts: Patrick Peterson For Heisman. (Norman Einstein's 19)
The Pros Of Professionalism: Athletes & Indiscretion. (Norman Einstein's 18)
Pilgrim's Progress: the Light Embraces Kobe Bryant. (Norman Einstein's 14)
It's Going To End Badly For Both Of Us: a Conversation With Brian Phillips. (Norman Einstein's 13)
Hard Foul: a Monologue. (Norman Einstein's 12)
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