About Me


Thanks for checking out my website! I’m a writer based in Dallas, TX and I’m the author of Lessons from Legends: 12 Hall of Fame Coaches on Leadership, Life, and Leaving a Legacy. I also write a weekly Big 12 newsletter called Bedgood’s Big 12 Bullets. Currently, a Content Strategist for Pinnacle Group. In my career I’ve interviewed hall of famers, Grammy and Emmy winners, world record holders, entrepreneurs, athletes, and adventurers. I grew up in Tyler, TX and attended the University of Oklahoma. My wife Samantha owns a home bakery and our dogs June and Gertie do not have jobs.

In addition to writing Lessons from Legends, I am an experienced Senior Editor, interviewer, podcaster, blogger, Mailchimp expert, branded content creator, music writer, and one-time-viral Chris Pratt writer. I’m always available for freelance assignments, like this interview I did with Boyz II Men. For more info on my professional career, check out my LinkedIn page.

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  1. Your “Greatest Innovation in Baseball” included “Moneyball/Analytics” as one of the greatest innovations. You fail to mention that in fact Earl Weaver was using analytics WAY before Oakland did in the early 2000s.

    1. What are you referring to? If it’s my ranking of the best college football coaches by winning percentage…well that’s not a subjective ranking. It’s by winning percentage. And Lavell Edwards had a .716 win percentage (53rd overall). However, that list is also two years old so it’s not totally accurate anymore.

  2. Scott.. How could you create a ranking of the best college football coaches of all time without including the author of the greatest football turnaround in college History.. Bill Snyder

    1. Go back and read the intro…the list is based only on winning percentage for FBS coaches. I love Bill Snyder, but he isn’t in the top 50 in win percentage. There was no opinion in the list, just a restating of the top coaches in win percentage.

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