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Basketball Never Stops: ODB's Newest Contributor, Ted Harrison

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But sometimes new.gifs do.

Editor's Note: Ted wanted this .gif to be in the banner of his post, but we can't do that for whatever reason. So it's here. For my piece, I said this morning I needed help, and Ted answered the call. Don't think this is something I just decided on, though, we've talked before, and his blogging chops are legen-wait for it-dary. You'll see.

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For those of you who are counting, yes, this is indeed my first post, let me begin with a little Q&A:

Q: Name/Major/Hometown?
A:
Well if it isn't Welcome Week all over again … but if I must: Ted Harrison / FDM (Dec' 11) / OKC.

Q: OKC? What do you think of Russell Westbrook's torn meni …
A:
Let me stop you right there. Leave.

Q: Why are you blogging on ODB?
A:
I won Mark over with my incredible knack for finding the best .gifs on the planet. Also, I have a love/hate relationship with Scott Drew and I wish to share it with the world wide web.

Q: How do you feel about the College of Charleston?
A:
This is how I feel.

Q: What is your favorite Baylor sports memory?
A:
Storming the field still sopping wet from the rain delay against Kansas St.

Q: Your least favorite?
A:
Lace Dunn's hero ball last second attempt against Kansas State at home his senior year ... or the worst charge called in NCAA Tournament history. You know which one I'm talking about. Will never get over that call. Ever.

Q: I don't know whether or not I like you yet.
A:
That's a statement.

Q: Alright, it's confirmed: I don't like you.
A:
Still a statement.

Q: Will you make sure we get the latest men's basketball news?
A:
Indeed.

Q: Are you on twitter?
A:
@tedvid

Q: How many words are in this blog post?
A:
254 BABY! I'm out.