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Clayton is contributor to FBSchedules.com. He is from Jacksonville, Florida and is a student at the University of North Florida, majoring in journalism and mass media production. His allegiance’s lie in the North with the Michigan Wolverines and the Detroit Lions. He works for the Gainesville Sun, is a future FBS football official, and he hopes to work for ESPN radio someday.
Brian is a writer and contributor to FBSchedules.com. He is also the Carolinas Regional Correspondent for Stadium Journey, and has hosted a radio show since 2005. Brian attended Middle Tennessee State University and grew up in the cradle of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Brian now lives in the middle of ACC and SEC country, and can often be found at a game.