Podcast Project in the Works

EVERETT, Wash. (April 15, 2020) – Over the past few years, I’ve been attempting on keeping the broadcasting side of my bachelor’s degree from the University of Idaho alive by creating multiple shows on my YouTube channel. A lot was left to be desired because the dedication of keeping a show afloat without the ideal […]

Lonesome Voice in Motorsports Media

This ongoing health crisis have impacted my career and honestly, it’s for the absolute worse. All because of my attempt to keep myself present at the racetrack and since hardly anyone wants to hear from me, I’ll share my story here. Consider this blog as a stance on how I feel about COVID-19 because after […]

List of Promises (Bi-Monthly Update): Striving to Get the Brand Rolling During Tough Winter Wars

Lot of emotions kicked into high gear during the final stages of winter, leading to conflicts and new levels of confidence of getting my brand launched, hoping it’ll lead to greater things in my road of “Getting Over” and live the dream on a regular basis. Man! I’m going to be honest with you guys, […]

Fighting for Acceptance: What Being 23 Taught Me

Age 23 has a moniker, “nobody likes you when you’re 23.” Finding acceptance is like jumping through a fire, not knowing the implications it’ll produce. Nobody likes you when you’re 23. Not “Year Jordan,” but that phrase has a stigma. I don’t get why this came to be, nor would I care to know because […]

List of Promises: Life after Graduating from Idaho – One Year Later

A year removed from both the greatest and worst moment that’s ever happened in my life, I seek to bounce back from a year of misery and lost concentration with 14 goals I want to accomplish by next December 10th. Saturday, December 10, 2016. A snowy and celebrated day in Moscow, Idaho not only marked […]

Racing Sour Grapes: My final thoughts on the 2017 NASCAR season

The 2017 NASCAR campaign will go down as one of its better seasons this decade, but also among the worst due to the state of the sport. 10 days removed from the championship-deciding Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway where more icons of yesteryear (Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Matt Kenseth) have hung up their helmets […]

Finale Frustrations: Brad Keselowski finished 7th at Homestead, the lowest among Championship 4 contenders

Former Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad Keselowski finished 7th, ending his season fourth in the final standings. Keselowski was also critical on Toyota’s performance as Ford will be the oldest car next season. Coming into Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Homestead, Florida, 2012 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series champion Brad […]

"We'll Be Back": Kevin Harvick ends debut season with Ford third in the final points standings

A hole on the nose of Kevin Harvick’s No. 4 Jimmy John’s Ford put a damper on his Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title hopes, finishing 4th in Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead. The championship effort by Kevin Harvick and the No. 4 Jimmy John’s Ford is what he’ll take away from his fourth […]

Backfired Strategy: Kyle Busch comes up short of winning his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title

A late caution by Kurt Busch hurt brother Kyle’s bid of a NASCAR championship at Homestead, settling for a runner-up finish behind champion Martin Truex, Jr. Kyle Busch came up less than a second short of capturing his second Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series title in three years Sunday. Late strategy by the No. 18 […]

The Team That Never Quitted: Martin Truex, Jr. and Furniture Row Racing cap off season with their first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Championship

In a season filled of mastering the field and overcoming tragedy, Martin Truex, Jr. captured his 8th win of 2017 at Homestead for his first Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series championship in his 14th season. After a season of dominance and emotional setbacks, Martin Truex, Jr. and Furniture Row Racing entered Sunday’s Ford EcoBoost 400 […]