Keith Lipscomb has been at ESPN.com for 20 years. He is currently the Senior Editor for Fantasy Football. He has served many roles through the years, including editor, writer, on-air talent and podcast host for the ESPN Fantasy editorial team. He works closely with the Fantasy Focus Football 06010 podcast that is hosted by Matthew Berry, Field Yates, and Stephania Bell. This podcast is regularly listed among Apple’s Top-100 most downloaded podcasts. Keith has been an editor for Sports Nation and one of ESPN’s NBA researchers. He writes an article every year prior to the NCAA Tournament that outlines all the information that you need to know for completing your March Madness brackets. He was a star baseball player and communications major at Hiram (OH) College prior to going into journalism full-time.
In today’s episode, we discuss:
- Being a Cleveland sports fan
- The path to getting hired by ESPN
- Best NCAA Tournament memories
- How to succeed at a job for the long-term
- What it is like to work with Matthew Berry, the top personality in all of fantasy sports
Books, Resources, and Links Mentioned in the Podcast
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Every March, Keith writes a comprehensive article about the NCAA Tournament. Click to read the 2017 article.
Listen to the 06010 Fantasy Focus Football Podcast.
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ESPN.com’s Fantasy Football Site: www.espn.com/fantasy/football/
Keith Lipscomb Organizes ESPN’s Fantasy Football Summit
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