Harv Aronson was born and raised in Pittsburgh but now lives in Florida. Harv graduated from North Hills High School in Pittsburgh and Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania where he earned a degree in Communications with a minor in Journalism.
Harv had managed and wrote the website Steelers Hotline in the past and currently writes for Abstract Sports, the magazine Gridiron Greats on a quarterly basis. Harv wrote the published book "Pro Football's Most Passionate Fans" and as a professional writer has had articles published in an array of sports publications.
Having followed sports since 1972, Harv began his sports writing career in 1975 as a staff member of his high school newspaper. He was also a sportswriter for Slippery Rock University's newspaper the Rocket and also served as the school radio station's Sports Director.
Harv loves all sports but football, baseball, and MMA are at the top of his interest. His passion is for sports history. You can email Harv at HMA711@outlook.com. Also check out his full collection of articles on his Muck Rack profile!
Did Los Angeles Take Away Russell Westbrook's Joy for the Game?
In the halftime show of opening night between the Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers, Charles Barkley had to get something off his chest and I didn’t see it coming on the first game of the season.
Every NFL Team's Best Franchise Quarterbacks in History
Recently I wrote about the quarterbacks for the Pittsburgh Steelers and noted that Terry Bradshaw and Ben Roethlisberger were probably the only true franchise QBs to ever play in Pittsburgh. That leads me to wonder, of all 32 NFL teams, who was (or is) each club’s “franchise” quarterback?