Gene Wojciechowski began his sportswriting career covering college football and college basketball. He worked at the Los Angeles Times, Dallas Morning News, and Denver Post before moving to ESPN in 1992, where he has worked as a football reporter ever since. He became a senior writer in 1998. In 2005, a Wojciechowski was named senior national sports columnist for ESPN.
In 1997, Wojciechowski wrote an article for the Chicago Tribune that included negative stereotypes of an Indian or Pakistani cab driver, for which the Tribune issued a formal apology. The incident prompted several awards and honors from the Associated Press Sports Editors, the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association, the US Basketball Writers Association, the College Football Writers Association of America, the Pro Football Writers, and the Los Angeles Press Club.
Wojciechowski works as a contributer to ESPN.com, SportsCenter, ESPNEWS, and ESPN Radio. He has written and co-written books such as Cubs Nation, About 80 Percent Luck, Pond Scum and Vultures, and even autobiographies with several sports personalities like Bill Walton, Rick Majerus, Reggie Miller and Jerome Bettis.
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