Where Has Big Nokh Been?

Hi.

This is probably coming completely out of the blue – hell, if you’re reading this right now, chances are that I probably asked you to reading this for me, considering I haven’t written on this blog in what feels like forever.

I could bore all of you with excuses about why I haven’t updated the blog, but long-story-short: most material I’ve written has already been published for the Daily Campus during my last semester in college. I also became too busy to write in my free time, due to obligations as a section editor and student.

However, now that I have a bit more free time after college, I’m ready to write again. Later I’ll try to post a “mailbag” edition where I’ll try to answer some questions that you guys (or at least a few of my close friends) have for me. This can be something as simple as a “who is better between Player A and Player B” vs. a more complex topic, like the rebirth of the transition game in the NBA.

Feel free to tweet questions to my Twitter, @ssbmjecht. It’s good to be back. Or at least to have enough free time to write for fun, before I eventually start working full-time.

EDIT: An earlier version of this article had the words “later today.” That clearly did not happen.

Published by EdwinBudding

Anokh Palakurthi is a journalism major who graduated from the University of Connecticut in 2016. He has experience writing for Deadspin and Red Bull eSports, among other publications. An avid pop culture fiend, Anokh is also a Super Smash Bros. Melee, NBA, NFL, film and music enthusiast. Follow him @edwin_budding for more!

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