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Founder | Editor
Brett MockBrett Mock is a recent graduate from Valparaiso University School of Law and an avid Indianapolis Colts fan.
Over the last four years Brett has become highly active as an amateur sports writer on Colts blogs like www.stampedeblue.com, www.bleacherreport.com, and as an analyst on www.coltpower.com. With this blog he hopes to expand his readership and provide Colts fans with a one-stop location for informative analysis on the current state and future of the Indianapolis Colts franchise.
Editor | Writer
Laura CalawayLaura Calaway is a behavior change management consultant who has dabbled in amateur sports writing since 2009. She fell in love with the game of football as a young girl, when players like Vince Ferragamo, Eric Dickerson, and Nolan Cromwell graced her father’s TV screen (Laura grew up in L.A.). She was originally a fan of the Raiders, and still has a soft spot for Howie Long and Marcus Allen.
In 1991 she decided to root for a less “thuggy” team, and – not wanting to appear to be a bandwagon jumper – chose the 1-15 Colts. The fact that Sean Dawkins, one of her contemporaries and favorite players at Cal, soon joined the team only sealed the deal.
Known as “LovinBlue” in the Colts blogging community, Laura has a particular interest in player injuries and team dynamics. She has an undergraduate business degree from Cal and MBA from Wharton.
Kelly HinojosaKelly Hinojosa is 21 years old and constantly debating on going back to school to pursue a degree in either Nursing or IT. She has completed the first two years of prerequisites for Nursing while working for an independent adjusting company, where she has been working since Hurricane Katrina.
Kelly met Brett through a mutual friend and a “Who’s the Bigger Colts Fan” argument started right away. He won with “I have my own Colts blog.” A few days later they were off to training camp together, and shortly after that, she put her OCD to good use and started editing for Coltzilla.
Jacob is an avid strategy fan, and has always found football to be the perfect combination of chess and rugby, two of his favorite competitive activities. He remembers rooting for the Colts when Manning set the Single Season TD record in 14 games, and kept his fandom of Manning and the Colts everywhere he moved — five different states and two countries.
Now a fourth year nuclear engineer student at Purdue University lacking a job opportunity in his field, Jacob has devoted himself to his favorite past-time. Jacob currently resides with his two fluffy hound dogs who love the Colts about as much as he does. He is an avid gamer, volunteers at animal shelters, and is an Excel addict.
When Jacob is not compiling all kinds of data on the Colts, he is usually waging war on some less than defensible enemy in a strategy game.
TJ HigleyTJ Higley (teej813) came to Coltzilla in the spring of 2010 as a dedicated first-generation Colts fan, loving husband, and proud father. Watching football with his Baltimore-born bride and Lions-loving son makes for interesting times at the Higley house.
TJ is a semi-professional musician, has both a wood-working shop and a home recording studio in his basement, still has 10 fingers, and likes how web technology has given a voice to the average fan.
Robert ItohRobert Itoh is a second-year electrical engineering student at California State University, Los Angeles. Robert became a fan of the Colts on a fateful Monday night in October 2003 when the Colts faced the then defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The inspirational comeback from 21 down with 2 minutes remaining in the 4th quarter inspired Robert to become a fan of the team he still loves today..
Anthony PayneAnthony Payne loves sports. In his mind ESPN is a place men go to catch their version of the day’s soap operas. He will be honest that he is biased to his teams — Indianapolis Colts, Indiana Pacers, Chicago Cubs, Pittsburgh Penguins — and he thinks it is foolish for sports journalists not to be.
While Anthony understands not being biased with politics, religion, or other social issues, he thinks sports are just sports and do not need to be handled the same way. He invites criticism because the best ideas — and the real truth — comes from debate.
Community Organization | Writer
Travis is 20-years-old and is loving life. He is currently pursuing a bachelors in business and sports management. Travis follows all sports but primarily watches Colts football.
While Travis played sports for 15 years, and can talk about almost any sport for hours, the Colts and NFL Draft are his favorite topics. Travis will be organizing our interviews with players when able and with other team fans for their insights into their teams.