Ben Haber Introduction

How’s it going bolt nation? My name is Ben Haber and I currently attend Arizona State university studying broadcast journalism at the prestigious Walter Cronkite school. I’m 19 years old and am originally from Los Angeles, California. In high school I wrote, produced, and hosted my own weekly T.V. pro sports talk show that could be seen throughout the community. In college, I work at our schools radio station calling play by play for some ASU games, but mainly giving sports updates. I’m currently interning at CBS sports in Washington DC otherwise known as (WUSA). Most importantly, I have always been a die hard Chargers fan! I’ve been to almost every home playoff game over the past 6 years. Most of them I’ d rather forget about, like Troy Brown stripping the ball, or un-clutch Nate missing countless field goals. Although we have had our fair share of good moments, mainly at the expense of Peyton Manning. I’m excited to be able to have a place to talk Charger football all the time with fans like myself.

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  • epadaon

    welcome to the team brotha! I look forward to what you will be adding onto the site in the future!

  • BillyKing

    At first glance i thought this article read Ben Harper intro. Can’t wait for worthy topics. I think i can feel free agency right around the corner. What if have a new Charger by Wed? That would be sweet!

  • MikeTuck

    Having someone to talk Charger Football is great, we need some positive critiques about this coming team. I get tired of the blame game in a team sport. Turner is trying to make every aspect of this team better and they did great with what they had last year. I’ve gone through years of pain myself but I don’t believe that this team is on the slide at all. I think they blew their chance while Marty was here, but injurys and lack of a running attack at playoff time killed them. They’ve worked on being deeper and that’s hard when you have year to year player flucuation due to freeagency etc. I think they’ve done more than just survive the last few years but built up a team for Rivers with a stronger running game and one of the tougher defenses we’ve ever had. Let’s hope your year at Arizona let’s talk Superbowl in December.