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Submit a Question for my Interview with Kevin Acee


 

Yesterday while I was on Twitter, I noticed a tweet from Kevin Acee, columnist for the San Diego Union Tribune, mentioning that the upcoming game against the Steelers was scheduled to be played in Pittsburgh for the second consecutive time.  The rotation of games for this matchup had originally shown that the game was supposed to be played in San Diego this time around. 

Per a change made by Roger Goodell and the league office, the game was switched to be played in Pittsburgh again.  After reading the tweet, I remembered that the same was the case for the contest against the Carolina Panthers.

As some of you might recall, our last game versus the Panthers was at home in San Diego.  The week 14 game against Carolina will also be in America’s Finest city.  That game fell under the new rescheduling as well.  I tweeted this fact in a reply to Acee’s Pittsburgh tweet.

He responded by adding that he was disappointed due to the fact that Bank of America Stadium is the only NFL venue in which he had never attended a game.  Being that I live in Charlotte, approximately 15 minutes from the Carolina stadium, I explained that I was still going to watch the Chargers play the Panthers on December the 16th.  The difference is that I’ll being taking a cross country flight as opposed to making the short car ride to do so.

It then occurred to me that this would be my last trip of the year to SanDiego. 

I thought to myself, what would help ensure a more successful visit to Cali than having the opportunity to interview the man himself.

To make a long story short, I asked Acee in a tweet if he would be willing to spend 10 minutes of his time by allowing me to interview him.  Surprisingly enough, he agreed and I will be getting in touch with him when I arrive in San Diego to set up the meeting.

Knowing how important the BoltBeat Family is to the success of this website, I find it more than appropriate to extend an opportunity out to two of our supporters to ask one question a piece that I will include in the interview. 

Your support is extremely important to myself and the entire staff here at BoltBeat.  Without you the site would have no importance as I mentioned in an article the day before Thanksgiving.

I encourage all of you to submit a question for Kevin Acee down below in the comment section of this article.  I will choose the two best questions and ask them in the interview. 

This is something that I would hope all of you would take seriously and come up with a legitimate question or concern that you would like to have Mr. Acee answer.

I’d like to thank him in advance for this opportunity.  This is something that I’m sure I’ll never forget.

Please put your best foot forward and leave a comment below with your question(s).  Feel free to leave multiple questions. 

Thanks a lot for reading.  I am very excited about this and I hope that you are as well.

 

BoltUp!!!

 

BoogaP

 

 

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  • http://boltbeat.com/ ChargerGirl Cindi

    Cool! I’m excited for you too. Ask him who his “source” is. Seems like the same person gave him the same info last year. If so, why does he believe him now?

  • http://twitter.com/tedipe1 Teri Petersen

    There have been several names mentioned as possible candidates for the next Chargers HC. Does Kevin think that the next HC should be someone with NFL HC experience or would bringing someone up from the college HC ranks be a better fit?

  • http://www.facebook.com/lostkiara Stefanie Smith

    Does Mr. Acee have any knowledge of the Chargers’ rationale for developing the reputation of being the “farm team for the NFL” predictably letting go of so many good players? What is the rationale for letting go of VJax, Sproles, Tolbert, etc? Alternatively, how does he respond to Rodney Harrison’s opinion piece on the status of the Chargers?

  • http://www.facebook.com/lostkiara Stefanie Smith
  • Jarrett

    Dedicated chargers fan here. I think it’s becoming apparent that (short of some kind of 2008-type miracle playoff run) coach Turner and GM Smith are reaching the end of their time in San Diego. While there are many names being talked about for the head coaching position, you don’t hear as much talk about who the next GM will be. I would appreciate it if you would ask Mr. Acee who he suspects has the best shot at being the next chargers GM, and if he thinks Mike Holmgren has a good shot, since he is likely done in Cleveland.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  • http://twitter.com/Bigvin Vinnie

    Can you ask what,the new mayor Bob Filner, the first republican mayor in 30 years, will have on getting a new stadium? Also will the old mayor Jerry Sanders now head of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce have any influence on the stadium issue?

    • http://www.facebook.com/lostkiara Stefanie Smith

      Filner is Democrat. Jerry Sanders was Republican.

      • http://twitter.com/Bigvin Vinnie

        My bad I’m old I get confused. ;-) Thanks Stefanie

  • tbell11

    Do you think Danario Alexander will replace Vincent Jackson or will the Chargers look to find another WR?