(Note: this FAQ page was written under the assumption that this is the online sports arm of the Daily Tar Heel.)
Q: What is this website all about?
Mike: This is a website dedicated mostly to commentary and coverage of college sports, particularly football and basketball.
Q: What style of articles will I find on this site?
Mike: The majority of the articles pertain to current college sports news, including live blogging of football and basketball games. One can expect to find a good deal of humor in these articles as well, and are a reflection of my overall disposition as a college fan.
Q: Did you say live blogging? Explain.
Mike: Live blogging is exactly as it sounds. I blog sporting events and publish them as they happen, in real time. It’s a lot of fun to read both during the game and afterward.
Q: How do I view old articles?
Mike: To the left of your screen are two ways to see old articles. You can click on one of the articles under “Recent Posts” or you scroll down to “Archives” where articles are separated by month published.
Q: I just clicked away from the home page. How do I get back?
Mike: You can just click on the tab at the top of the page that says “home”.
Q: I’ve noticed some articles that don;t have to do with sports. Why is that?
Mike: In Digital Headbutt’s first incarnation, it was a site for one of my journalism classes. What you see are articles posted as assignments for that class.
Q: Is your coverage partial?
Mike: What gave you that idea?
I hope this helps. If you have any other questions, feel free to email me at: email@example.com