Staff/Contact

Below is a list of all of IAKOW’s staff members, followed by their contact information and a little bit about them.

Neil Shulman (email: neil@inallkindsofweather.com Twitter: @IAKOWNeil & @AllKindsWeather)

(Creator, founder, senior writer, chief editor, co-admin)

About Neil: Neil is a senior student athlete (Media/Communications major and tennis player) at Muhlenberg (PA). He wrote for SB Nation from January 2013 to November 2013. Before that, he was a staff writer for the original IAKOW.com (under Ryan Moyer) and Bleacher Report before creating the newer version with Ryan in November 2013. He currently is the lead writer for all things involving Gator football, basketball, baseball and recruiting.

Ryan Moyer (email: ryan@inallkindsofweather.com)

(Creator, founder, former chief editor of original IAKOW.com, now co-admin)

About Ryan: Ryan was the creator of firesteveaddazio.com in September 2010, and also of the original inallkindsofweather.com after Addazio left Florida for Temple after the 2010 season. He doubled as the editor and senior writer for both before leaving to pursue a real job in May 2012- which he got. He lives in Ogden, Utah working with small companies, helping them to design and build websites. He remains the self-described “tech guy” and co-admin of the revamped IAKOW.

Rylan Romano (@IAKOWRylan)

(Staff writer)

About Rylan: Rylan is a contributor for IAKOW (Since October 2014), covering Gator football and basketball. He is currently a sophomore at the University of Florida. He is very interested in politics and government, which gives him a fair but firm take on everything regarding the Gators.

Nick Joost (@JoosyJoost)

(Staff writer)

About Nick: Nick is a lifelong Gator and native of Jacksonville, Florida. He began covering Gator football in 2013 for all4thegators.com and 1010xl.com before joining In All Kinds Of Weather in May of 2014. He enjoys interviews with former players and writes content for several Jacksonville-based websites. You can follow Nick on Twitter @joosyjoost.

Neil W Blackmon (@NWBlackmon)

(Staff writer)

About Neil W: NWB, as he’s often called among Gator circles, has been a part time contributor for In All Kinds Of Weather since the site relaunched in November 2013, writing mainly about football and basketball. NWB is also the co-founder of the US National Soccer Team blog, The Yanks Are Coming, and an accomplished criminal defense and civil rights lawyer in Florida.

21 thoughts on “Staff/Contact

  1. Let’s show some solidarity and wear some t shirts that say “in all kinds of weather…” It wouldn’t hurt as bad if they knew that we know…

  2. Hey guys my name is Nic, i have been a huge gator fan for many years now. My dad was a professor at UF and im in progress for getting my degree in sports mangement. I work at Play It Again Sports here in Gainesville and think this would be a great resume booster and i also think it would be a lot of fun. If you guys have anything i can do since you guys are getting bigger please let me know. Thanks

  3. Hello Folks, Love this site and constantly checking for updates. Please tell us what is going on w/ wide receiver coaching hire. Obviously the Lubbick reports were premature or inaccurate. Whats happening?

    1. Hey David,

      Sorry, I don’t get email alerts for comments on this page for some reason.

      As for the Lubick rumor, I think a lot of people got fooled by two different sources who both claimed Lubick was headed to Florida. In journalism, two sources that don’t know each other certainly merits putting out a story with our names behind it, as long as we clearly couch it as a source. This is what we did- and GatorCountry, and a few others did too.

  4. The Signing Day Updates were/are fantastic…the play by play with CeCe has been interesting to read if nothing else….almost want this to continue indefinitely…

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  6. u know that the woman punched him at first, right ?

    we r living in an emanzipated world, right ?

    so , if a woman thinks she can punch a man, she has to calculate with a reaction she dont like…

    so, why the man will be kicked out off the team ?

  7. Just wondering if there is a chance that each week we could have a viewable starting line up of each starting team member that gives their year, height and weight of the Gators and their opponent. A few years ago, our beloved “Gator Bait” newspaper use to produce that, until those incredible writers decided they wanted to turn it into a replicated GQ magazine. I know money had nothing to do with their decision, it couldn’t have, because it made me stop my subscription. But that’s great information to have a day or two before the game to get an idea of the opponents size experience and any changes in our line up. I promise no to tell those award winning writers of Gator Bait, I don’t have them looking down here too often.

  8. Just wondering if there is a chance that each week we could have a viewable starting line up of each starting team member that gives their year, height and weight of the Gators and their opponent. A few years ago, our beloved “Gator Bait” newspaper use to produce that, until those incredible writers decided they wanted to turn it into a replicated GQ magazine. I know money had nothing to do with their decision, it couldn’t have, because it made me stop my subscription. But that’s great information to have a day or two before the game to get an idea of the opponents size experience and any changes in our line up. I promise not to tell those award winning writers from Gator Bait, I don’t have them looking down here too often.

  9. I would love to join your staff and I’m a Gator expert. I know everything about Gator football history more than anything and I think you guys would be lucky to have me. Feel free to contact me and I gave you my Twitter account @Big_Zeeskie91

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