Brent Glasgow is currently a freelance sports writer. He entered the print journalism business in 2005 after working in radio for five years in Indianapolis and West Palm Beach, Fla. He is a four-time Hoosier State Press Association award winner, including Best Sports Columnist (Daily Division 3) in 2008.
The Glass House was created as a forum to discuss sports, politics and pop culture in an occasionally-civil manner. Its author is ultra-liberal by nature, and cannot be held responsible for offending the non-liberal masses … or fans of the New England Patriots or Pittsburgh Steelers.
BRENT GLASGOW PROFILE:
College(s): IUPUI (Indiana University School of Journalism, Class of 2006), Florida International University, Marshall University, Franklin College
High School: Bloomington (Ind.) South, Class of 1992
States Lived In: (6) Indiana, West Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois
States Attending Sporting Events: (14) Indiana, West Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, Alabama, Maryland, Colorado
Greatest Sports Achievements: Two holes-in-one despite sucking at golf; being ejected from high school and NCAA football games
Favorite Sports Team: Indianapolis Colts
Favorite Current Athletes: Bob Sanders, Tiger Woods
Favorite All-Time Athlete: Reggie Miller
Top 10 Sporting Events Attended/Covered: 1.) 2007 AFC Championship Game (Colts top Patriots to reach Super Bowl); 2.) 2009 New England @ Indianapolis (Belichick’s blown 4th-and-2 helps deliver Colts victory); 3.) 2010 Final Four @ Indianapolis (Butler tops Michigan St., falls to Duke in title game); 4.) 2008 Ryder Cup @ Valhalla Golf Club (U.S. breaks nine-year drought versus Europe); 5.) 1995 Eastern Conference Finals Game 4 (Rik Smits’ “Memorial Day Miracle” beats Orlando); 6.) 2005 USC @ Notre Dame football (Reggie Bush pushes Matt Leinart into end zone for winning score); 7.) 2000 Orange Bowl (Tom Brady’s Michigan 35, Shaun Alexander’s Alabama 34, OT); 8.) 2010 AFC Championship Game (Colts beat Jets for second AFC crown); 9.) 1994 Eastern Conference Semifinals Game 6 (Pacers blast Hawks to reach first conference championship series); 10.) 1987 Michigan @ Indiana football (Hoosiers top Wolverines for first — and only — season sweep against UM and Ohio State).
Favorite Author: Hunter S. Thompson
Favorite Book: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
Favorite Getaway: Boone, N.C.
Favorite Beer: Leinenkugel’s Sunset Wheat
Favorite Wine: Anything by Ridge Vineyards (Sonoma County, Calif.)