SECJams.com is sports media platform dedicated to the Southeastern Conference. It is a fan site for college students, snooty alumni, and those of us who never really graduated. SECJams.com prides itself on being unlike the other guys, and bringing a touch of humor, facts, and class to all of their stories. In no way is SECJams.com affiliated with the Southeastern Conference or any of their 14 member schools.
Todd (TooToo) Wakefield. TooToo is the editor on the site and the Director of Operations of SECJams.com. TooToo is a washed up golf professional who says he is just living the dream. He spends his days covered in blue dye and chemicals at the local Country Club, and the rest of his time as the Co-host of BGH The Show on Tennessee Sports Radio 1180 AM in Knoxville. He has a degree from the University of Tennessee in Recreation and Leisure studies (Yes kids, it is as cool as it sounds). TooToo’s loves are The University of Tennessee, Golf, Rickie Fowler, and of course his wife (sorry ladies). Follow on twitter @SECJams & @TooTooBGH.
Sean (Sully) Sullivan Sully is the co-host of Bros’ Going Hard The Show that airs weekdays from 5-7 PM. He is a fan of the Seattle Seahawks, the San Antonio Spurs, and the New Jersey Devils. There is a reason for all three but never ask him why. Sully is studying Journalism and Electronic media at the University of Tennessee. He is most of all a sports fan looking to drink beer and eat wings.
Geoff Riggs has a degree in Sport Management from Western Kentucky University, but he bleeds blue. He loves all things Kentucky Wildcats (yes, even the football team). Geoff is a die-hard Houston Texans fan for some unknown reason, and a 5 time fantasy football league champion. He is an ex- tennis instructor who has worked in college athletics and recreation, on top of being a part time poker professional/ degenerate gambler. If you are his neighbor, he would like to take this opportunity to apologize for the havoc caused when Kentucky or his fantasy team is losing.
Brandon Keys Brandon’s Sport Loyalties lie in the Deep South. He was raised just south of Knoxville, and brought up on Sweet Tea, UT and the Atlanta Braves. Some say you can’t do much better than that, and I tend to agree. Hes’ a Proud ETSU graduate in Mass Communications, but definitely a Vol for Life. After cutting his teeth on the Buccaneer Sports Network, he know hosts the “Advocate & Democrat Sports Page” radio show, weekdays at A.M. on 1250 WRKQ and WRKQ.NET . Brandon took the Sports Editor job in July of 2012 and by September the newspaper hit the airwaves.He’s the only Sports Editor in East Tennessee with a show worth it’s salt. Brandon’ writings contain the fervor of 14 consecutive division titles and 1 World Series Championship, so hes’ no stranger to sharp pains in October. His one season (0-6) of College Rugby says something about the man. Not much though. In fact if you ask him of his playing days he’ll go on and on of past sports glory. His sports days are only rivaled by his storied time in the theater arts. Don’t laugh. Hes’ legit, but Nevertheless these Life experiences make for some interesting reads, as you would imagine. Brandon is here to let you know what being a true Southern Sports Fan is about. If you find a Waffle House Bowl of Chili named for Brandon. Don’t be Surprised. He Earned It. You can follow him at twitter @SlightlyOffKeys
Ryne E. Hancock has been involved in sports journalism since his childhood in Memphis, where his first interview was Tiger Woods in 1997 at one of his free golf clinics as a kid reporter for a local radio station. He is currently working on his debut book, “Say Goodnight Cassie: The Story of LSU’s Unbeaten Regular Season” due out later this year.
Negative Nease is a 2009 graduate of The University of Tennessee-Knoxville with a degree in Recreation Administration. He currently works in the Recreation industry and loves every minute of it (cough, cough). Negative Nease is a huge University of Tennessee fan and supporter. Negative Nease is a season ticket holder for UT Football and has missed only one home game since 2000. His close friends and acquaintances call him “Negative” because he is constantly criticizing UT for poor performances and decisions both on and off the field. Negative Nease wants UT to succeed and be the best A.D. in the SEC and America, but he will call them out when they are falling behind. He hopes you enjoy this blog and reading his thoughts on the University of Tennessee. Go Vols!!
Will Snead (SneadFeed). Will was born and raised in a small community just outside of Springfield, Missouri. He is the son of a mother who graduated from the University of Arkansas and a father who graduated from the University of Missouri, so it’s natural that he was raised as a fan of both schools and was raised between Fayetteville and Columbia. He isn’t here to make friends, instead he is here to kick butt and take names while also throwing a killer tailgate. His passions are for the Arkansas Razorbacks, the Missouri Tigers, SEC sports, tailgating, and the South. He doesn’t often hate, but when he does it is kU (never capitalize the k!) fans and Yankee scum. He doesn’t prefer the term bandwaggoner. If you are going to call him out for being an Arkansas fan and a Mizzou fan, he prefers that you come in with a different word. Make one up, even. He is the second most interesting man in the world. WPS, boys and girls! Follow him on Twitter @SneadFeed.
David (WarDamnDave) McKinney. Originally from Nashville, TN, David is currently an Auburn student working toward a degree in Journalism. Auburn sports are his biggest passion in life, from the football field to the swimming pool. When he’s not obsessing over Auburn sports, he enjoys being extremely competitive in competitions that have generally no meaning. He is an avid MLB fan, but would rather marry a Bama graduate than ever umpire another baseball game again. He follows the Titans and Braves religiously, and has a deep seeded hate for the Philadelphia Phillies. His athleticism ranges somewhere between Brian Scalabrine and John Daly. His golf game is miserable, but he’ll describe it as “Just OK.” He takes March Madness to an annoyingly serious level, but refuses to acknowledge the NBA. The greatest day of his life was January 10th, 2011, when his Auburn Tigers won their first National Championship since the year his father was born. Most people see this as sad, but he’s pretty sure there won’t ever be a better day on earth, or at least not until Auburn wins it all again. Follow him on twitter @AUMcKinney.
If you think you have what it takes to be added to this staff let us know, we are always looking for wonderful writers.