8 September

A Few to Follow on Twitter

I am frequently asked to recommend a handful of ESPN personalities and brands to follow on Twitter. So that I could have something to point to – below is a far-from-comprehensive list that includes a variety of sports, opinions and types.

Additionally, I am excited to announce an integration with Twitter using their new Twitter List widget. ESPN is one of two publishers (London Fashion Week) to be part of the widget launch. You can see them in action here (College Football Nation Blog) and here (Tennis & US Open).

@ESPNStatsInfo – really awesome nuggets of timely, relevant sports data

@Buster_ESPN – Buster Olney’s baseball knowledge is extraordinary. You’ll be smarter by following

@SportsCenter – Breaking news and integration with ESPN’s hallmark show, SportsCenter

@SportsGuy33 – Bill Simmons, with frequent content from Grantland

@BillBarnwell – Bill Barnwell is a great NFL writer for Grantland

@AdamSchefter – If you are a football fan, Adam Schefter has the pulse of the NFL and is a must-follow

@DarrenRovell – Sports + Business (and lots of food mixed in). Darren is smart, fun and prolific

@MatthewBerryTMR – a must follow for fantasy sports fans

@ChadMillman – Chad is Editor in Chief of ESPN the Magazine and ESPN’s “gambling/sports betting guy”

@ErikRydholm – executive producer for PTI, Around the Horn and DLHQ. Super smart. Co-founder of MotleyFool too.

@wrightthompson. Just terrific, terrific writer

@ESPN_RobKing – oversees editorial for print and digital media. Master of insightful writing in 140 characters. And great at sharing interesting, breaking, unique pieces across ESPN

@ClaytonESPNNo, I’m not adding him because of his fantastic This is SportsCenter commercial. Clayton has the best news around the NFL – all the time.

@ESPNCFB And since it’s a Saturday… the official home of College Football on Twitter: breaking news, game updates, trending reports and highlights

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