(Re)Introducing Blue Bomber Talk

Welcome to 3DownNation, the new home of the Blue Bomber Talk blog!

For those of you who are new to Blue Bomber Talk, I’d like to thank you for taking the time to check it out. 3DownNation is all about connecting CFL bloggers and readers from across the country and I’m extraordinarily excited for my work to generate more discussion, awareness, and interest in the league I’ve loved since birth.

Returning readers of the blog will notice that this is our second move in a very short period of time. After ten months at http://bluebombertalk.blogspot.ca, Blue Bomber Talk was launched on its own independent website just four weeks ago. Though I’d intended http://bluebombertalk.com to be the permanent home of the blog, the opportunity to join 3 Down Nation was simply too good to pass up. We’re hoping this move is our last!

And while this blog has changed locations twice recently, please rest assured that the content has and will remain the same. Blue Bomber Talk features plenty of Bomber coverage (imagine that!), including our weekly Bomber Thoughts series that is released immediately following Bomber games throughout the season. The blog also occasionally features editorials on general CFL issues. Past topics include: mock drafts; player hometown analysis; Q&As; draft grades, analysis, and redrafts; and schedule opinion pieces. Our affiliation with 3DownNation should also allow us to do occasional player interviews and profiles, something that I’m very excited to bring to our readers.

Thanks again for taking the time to check out Blue Bomber Talk. We hope you visit again soon!

John Hodge, Blue Bomber Talk

Twitter: @BlueBomberTalk

Email: [email protected]

John Hodge

John Hodge

John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.
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John Hodge is a lifelong follower of the CFL who has been writing about the league since 2014. He is a two-time finalist of the Jon Gott lookalike contest.