LaVar Arrington: Taking His Talents to The Washington Post

August 4, 2010 at 4:28 pm 1 comment

He’s not quite ready to dethrone Howard Stern as the self-proclaimed King of All Media, but LaVar Arrington ’00 is making a pretty good run at the title. The Washington Post added him to its roster of sports bloggers this week, and Arrington will continue to co-host a daily sports radio talk show, as well. Plus, you can follow him on Twitter, where he engages in an often-all-capital-letters dialogue with fans and dispenses occasional motivational advice. Plus, his Twitter photo is a terrific shot of himself with Joe Paterno, as you can see here.

Arrington’s blog announcement was, as fellow Post blogger Dan Steinberg noted, a send-up of The Decision, starring LeBron James. Arrington explained himself like this: “I kind of feel like LeBron in the sense that I probably couldn’t win any type of writing championship by myself. So I figured I’d join a group of guys as distinguished and well-respected as you guys are.”

Nice job ingratiating himself with future colleagues, huh? You can listen to LaVar’s Decision here. He hasn’t posted a blog yet, but we’ll let you know when he does.

Lori Shontz, senior editor

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