Gene Strother is a lifelong fan and follower of all things Dallas Cowboys. He is the owner of the (Silver and) Blue Blood Blog: http://silverandblueblood.com, where he features insights and commentary on America's Team.

In 2002, under the pseudonym L.A.Holly (derivative of his three daughters' names), Gene published his first novel, The Preacher's Kid, a semi-autobiographical excursion into small-town Texas in the 1970s.

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  • Fred Goodwin posted 2443 days ago

    Fred Goodwin

    Gene I just read your year-old article about Bruce Thornton -- I loved it. Thanx for sharing his memories with us.

  • Ben Rosenthal posted 2510 days ago

    Ben Rosenthal

    Haha, no problem, Gene!

  • Nicole Gordon posted 2526 days ago

    Nicole Gordon

    You are welcome, Gene. Nice work!

  • Anthony Bonnet posted 2965 days ago

    Anthony Bonnet


    Miles Austin's contract was just extended.

  • JW Nix posted 3089 days ago

    JW Nix

    The Biggest Oversight in Pro Football History: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/389389-jim-tyrer

  • JW Nix posted 3137 days ago

    JW Nix

    PLEASE Read this story on a Lions and Rams Legend :

  • Randy Lutz posted 3164 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    Breaking News! Patriots place franchise tag on DT Vince Wilfork Read more here:

  • Richard Bowler posted 3165 days ago

    Richard Bowler

    If you have time could you check out my mock draft

  • Randy Lutz posted 3165 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    Some News, Notes, and Thoughts regarding the NFL, check it out I'd love your input: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/349639-a-few-thoughts-regarding-free-agency-and-the-draft

  • Randy Lutz posted 3165 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    Is Randy Moss destined for a new uniform following the 2010 season? He thinks so. Read more here: