About the Authors
An Omaha native, Cavanaugh keeps his thumb on the pulse of Nebraska athletics, but also covers the rest of the college football world. A member of the Football Writers Association of America, his work has been featured in The Los Angeles Times, Fox Sports, Scout.com and the regional preseason magazine Cornhusker Kickoff among others.
In true Husker Locker style, Cavanaugh is a Swiss army-style provider of Nebraska Cornhuskers content. He handles home page aesthetics, edits both audio and written works, helps moderate the forums and makes sure that his opinion is known in his featured articles.
Follow him on Twitter: @Huskerlocker
Contact him at: Brandon@huskerlocker.com
An award-winning television journalist & producer with more than 20 years of broadcast media experience, Brett is the Senior Producer for KSAT 12 Sports in San Antonio where he produces 25 sportscasts every week. He has been twice named as the Associated Press’ Best Sportscaster in the state of Texas.
He is a proud graduate of the U.S. Military’s Defense Information School. His career has taken to him to 17 countries, covering everything from the war in the Balkans to the Super Bowl.
A proponent for the social aspect of social media you can follow him on Twitter: @BigRedInTejas
Chris is a Lincoln native who graduated from UNL and is currently a law student at the Nebraska College of Law. Bleeding red since childhood, when his parents first started taking him to Memorial Stadium and the Devaney Center, he has developed a strong love for all Husker sports, but would love nothing more than to see the men's basketball team consistently in the NCAA tournament.
While he focused on accounting and finance in college, Chris maintained an interest in writing and enjoys sharing his thoughts on Husker Locker, whose readers share his passion for the Big Red. He hopes to stay in Nebraska after finishing law school, finding a big yard for his pug Charlie, and convincing his dad to keep taking him to football games every Saturday.
Follow him on Twitter: @chris_labenz
Erin Sorensen may be involved in one too many fantasy football leagues, but don’t dare tell her that. Often called the “face” of HuskerLocker.com, Erin can usually be found interviewing current and former Huskers, reporting live from events, or polishing her planking skills. She is also the site’s correspondent for 1620 The Zone’s Unsportsmanlike Conduct.
Originally from Omaha, Erin is now living in Lincoln, Nebraska. Erin loves reporting on Nebraska, as well as college athletics as a whole. For the most part she is partial to traditional uniforms and claims @DanBeebe as her best friend.
Follow her on Twitter: @Helloerinmarie
A Nebraska-native and alumni, Stevenson brings a wealth of experience in writing and journalism to Husker Locker. As a correspondent for the site, he covers Nebraska football and baseball, as well as the rest of the college football and baseball landscape.
Stevenson lives in Los Angeles, California where he serves as Senior Community Manager for acclaimed videogame developer Insomniac Games. Prior to his current job, he worked as a freelance journalist, his work featured in magazines such as Cinescape, Laptop, Computer Games, Surge, and Now Playing, among others.
Follow him on Twitter: @JamesStevenson
Born and raised in Lincoln, Brian is a person that doesn’t forget his roots. Even though he lives smack dab in the middle of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, he still pays attention to everything going on back home. An avid Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers fan, Brian also loves everything about college football across the entire nation.
A graduate of Lincoln Pius X high school, Brian makes his living in the bowling industry. Not only does he work daily with others, he is pretty good with the sphere himself. Alas, his resume is not complete without a viewing of The Big Lebowski.
The man that is considered the agitator of Husker Locker, Brian has strong opinions about Nebraska football, as well as the rest of the college football landscape. Talk with him, and you will soon realize how much he can and will share.
Follow him on Twitter: @btbowling