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Daniel Lago, editor

Daniel Lago was born in Puerto Rico and moved to Jacksonville in time to see the Jaguars inaugural season in 1995. He attended the University of Florida and is currently at Georgia Tech for graduate school studying nuclear engineering. Daniel bleeds black and teal, but he also follows Gator football and basketball, as well as Orlando Magic basketball and Atlanta Braves baseball.

Ben Thompson, Staff Writer

I'm currently a senior in college, and I'm also entering my last year playing DIII Football (defensive tackle). Absolutely love the Jaguars, although she hasn't loved me back as well in the past few years.

Michael McDonald, Staff Writer

Hi...My name is Michael McDonald. I have been a Jaguar follower since their birth. I was even a season ticket holder for many years. Notice I said "was". That is because I'm married with three children. That makes it to where I can barely afford "Red Zone". I am a Georgia Bulldog fanatic & love the Atlanta Braves. I try to write with accuracy & humor so I hope you enjoy my storytelling.

Zac Snyder, administrator

Zac Snyder got hooked on the Detroit Lions after his dad took him to a Monday Night Football game against the Los Angeles Raiders in 1990. The show put on by Barry Sanders and Bo Jackson that night was only surpassed by what Zac could do with Barry in a game of Tecmo Super Bowl.

Michael Moody, Staff Writer

Huge football guy. Grew up in, and currently reside in Massachusetts but I've been a Jaguars fan since their creation and have lived in Jacksonville off and on throughout the years. Love football, love writing about football and love the Jaguars.

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