I have accepted a new job. It's an exciting opportunity, but it is also a job that is going to mean more working into late nights, and more working on weekends. I will be moving to a new city, which is going to take up a large chunk of the next three weeks of my life, and even after that is done I simply will not be able to devote the same time to my blog that I could before.
This blog will continue on. I still have a passion for college basketball and analytics, and will continue to write. I'll continue to make snarky jokes on twitter (though that will happen less often in the future as well). I might have even more exciting stuff down the road (I'm working on a book, for example). But the current nature of daily blogging simply is no longer realistic.
Please bear with me for the rest of this season. I will do my best to continue putting out bracket projections on time, but other than that I will play it by ear. Morning News posts will have to end, but I will try to do occasional blog posts about individual topics.
The goal long term is to have a different format for this blog that can work with my new job. Namely, weekly blogging, instead of daily blogging. Hopefully I will be able to go more in depth on individual topics.
On a sentimental note, I want to thank all of you for being a part of my blog for so many years. This blog started out as my internet ramblings with no intention for anybody to ever read it. It has been incredible how many great people I have met because of it, and how many friends I have made, even if many of you are just little internet avatars in my brain.
The last ten years have been a blast, and I hope to do this for ten more years, in some form or another. Please bear with me as I make this major change in my life, and I hope to rejoin you on the other side.