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By Mike Copper, Tom Reisenweber, Jeff Kirik Erie Times-News staff bloggers
The Varsity blog is the 2013 winner of an international EPPY award for best sports blog. EPPYs are awarded to media-affiliated websites by Editor & Publisher, an industry trade publication. Varsity is primarily maintained by Times-News sports writers Mike Copper and Tom Reisenweber and sports editor Jeff Kirik.   Read more about this blog.
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Sign up for Varsity Letter and read new Triple Option feature

Get expanded coverage of District 10 sports every Friday with the Varsity Letter e-newsletter.

A new feature we’ll unveil this week is the Triple Option. Three games. Two prognosticators. One weekly showdown.

In Triple Option, high school beat writer Tom Reisenweber and sports editor Jeff Kirik will make predictions about three D-10 football games they disagree on each week. See which games they pick, why they picked them and then track to see who gets them right.

This week, Tom and Jeff face off on the Conneaut-Girard, Sharon-Farrell and Mercyhurst Prep-Central Tech games.

Also, if you sign up for Varsity Letter before Friday, you’ll get a chance to win free Kickoff magazines from 2012, 2011 and 2010. Just go to GoErie.com/section/newsletters and click on Varsity Letter.

As always, Varsity Letter will provide readers with District 10 sports news, commentary and schedules, along with links to photos, video and blog posts.

It’s all delivered to your e-mailbox every Friday. Subscribe today at GoErie.com/section/newsletters.

 

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4 Responses to Sign up for Varsity Letter and read new Triple Option feature

  1. Peggy says:

    The link page doesn’t work. I would like to get the Varsity Letter but can’t sign up if link doesn’t work

  2. Jeff Kirik says:

    It appears to be down temporarily. I’ll get on it immediately and get back to you ASAP. Thanks.

  3. Jeff Kirik says:

    They had a problem with the site, but it should be fixed soon.

  4. Jeff Kirik says:

    The link appears to be fixed. Sorry about the delay. Thanks for your interest, and we hope you like the Varsity Letter.

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