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Tony Thomas Returns to College Football Dawgs

Tony Thomas comes home to College Football Dawgs


Tony Thomas Returns to College Football Dawgs

LOS ANGELES, CA - College Football Dawgs announced to the media today that Anthony “Tony” Thomas has been named Vice President & Lead National Columnist - SEC. In his role, Thomas will provide premier coverage of SEC football as well as provide integral insight into the operations of College Football Dawgs.

Of Thomas’ return to the brand, College Football Dawgs CEO Hunter Gordon Dworsky stated:

“We are thrilled to announce the return of Tony Thomas to the College Football Dawgs family. Tony played a crucial role in propelling our brand forward ten months ago, helping us to become one of the fastest-growing sports media outlets in America. Tony’s unwavering commitment to professional development and his deep knowledge of college football make him an invaluable asset to our organization.
This new role signifies a monumental leap forward in Tony’s career, representing a substantial promotion from his previous position before accepting our offer. We are confident Tony will dominate in his expanded role and contribute significantly to our continued conquest of the sports media landscape.”

As a Lead National Columnist covering the SEC for College Football Dawgs, Thomas will travel the southeastern United States attending practices, regular-season games, post-season games, award ceremonies, and more. He and his content will also be featured on shows throughout Dawgs TV. Thomas will begin publishing content for College Football Dawgs on May 1, 2024.

Tony will also serve as Vice President for the company, assisting in the oversight of day-to-day operations and giving input into the future of the brand.

Excited to make his return to College Football Dawgs, Thomas commented:

“College Football Dawgs is making a name for themselves in the sports journalism industry. This is an opportunity for me to help lead an organization to the next level and to be part of something special."
Tony Thomas sitting at his desk in home office

Tony Thomas also serves as a writer at Southbound and Down, an affiliate of He previously served in other positions such as a college football writer at Mike Farrell Sports, focusing on coverage of the Transfer Portal and the SEC. Before his time at Mike Farrell Sports, Thomas was a National Columnist for College Football Dawgs, focusing on teams in the southeast United States. Thomas lives with his wife in the Spring, TX area.

Collin Sutrick, COO of College Football Dawgs, detailed what makes Thomas' return so special for College Football Dawgs:

"Tony's writing style is unique and provides something different for the College Football Dawgs brand. Whether it's his article about the Four Horsemen or the details of Hunter's journey to College Football Dawgs, Tony's prolific prose moves readers in ways I have yet to see anywhere else. The nation needs more of Tony Thomas, and we are happy to be providing him with a location to house and market his remarkable content."

College Football Dawgs is an up-and-coming sports media outlet headquartered in Los Angeles, CA. With 100+ content creators, the outlet has averaged 36,000 views per month since it launched on June 10, 2023. With a growth rate of 950% over the ten months since it launched, College Football Dawgs is currently one of the fastest-growing sports media outlets in the country.



College Football Dawgs spokesperson and Vice President of Talent Acquisition Brandon Biskobing announced:

"Our talent acquisition department continues to search for the best and most underappreciated writers in the country in an attempt to grow the College Football Dawgs brand while, deservedly, compensating them fairly. Our offers have been some of the most competitive and are above the industry average. Tony is another example of our mission to acquire rising stars during our journey to become the best sports media outlet in America."

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