Friday, August 25, 2006

FSITS Teams Up With AOL Sports

These are exciting times here at Football Saturday In the South. Today, we officially become part of the AOL Sports Network. We have been contracted by the mammoth web site to provide content on Auburn football throughout the season.

AOL Sports is busy building a college football FanHouse where bloggers from the top 40 Division I schools in the country will write. The site is scheduled to officially launch next week. However, today we have begun moving content over to AOL.

What does it mean for those of you that visit FSITS? It means better coverage and more stories. We will continue to post our stories here each day. The only difference you will see is that the entire story will link over to the AOL Sports site.

So please continue to visit here daily. The day's stories will always be here at the same time they are posted on AOL. The benefits for FSITS are huge. We are now linked with the top bloggers in the country. We'll be sharing content throughout the season. This will be especially helpful during game week when we'll take a look at what our opponents are planning.

This weekend, I'll be adding even more college football links for you to visit. We plan on having links to most of the top college football sites in the country.

I want to thank all of you who continue to make FSITS the premier Auburn Football blog. It's going to be even better this season! War Eagle!

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5 comments:

Jenny said...

Congratulations! I find out all my Auburn football information from FSITS! Keep up the good work and War Eagle!

Cool Hand Mike said...

Congrats.

Jay Coulter said...

Thanks Jenny and Mike. I appreciate it. It has been a heck of a lot of fun!

Mr. A said...

Jay,
Did Jamie say it was o.k. to post litte previews of the articles and then a link like you're doing? I only ask 'cause it seems like a great idea and I'd like to use it over at Pitch Right.

Jay Coulter said...

Yeah, he said it was fine as long as I only ran a few sentences then linked to AOL.