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Tania Ganguli is an award-winning writer who has been serving ESPN since 2013.
Ganguli was born and raised in Southern California, United States of America. She completed her high school education from her hometown. She is a graduate of Northwestern University.
She started her career as a journalist in November 2006, joining Orlando Sentinel. She spent more than three years at Orlando and contributed as the writer for various topics. In July 2010, she joined the Florida Times-Union, where she was responsible for covering Jacksonville Jaguars.
In between 2012 and 2013, she held the position of a senior writer at the Huston Chronicle (2012-2013) and covered the Houston Texans. Ganguli also has an experience of covering NASCAR for three seasons.
Since August 2013, she has been covering Houston Texans for ESPN. She has been contributing to creating news of Texans and providing match analysis and insights on ESPN.com. Likewise, she has occasionally been appearing on radio and television. She has also been a regular writer for ESPN's The Magazine and ESPN'S NFL Nation.
Tania had a bitter experience with police in March 2012. Tania called a police officer on a Friday Night from a drunken beach at two a.m. and told the officer that a bar staff had misbehaved her. The police officer’s response hit her nerve and Ganguli called 911. She was later accused of yelling into the phone while speaking to a 911 dispatcher and berating cops at the bar. She was eventually arrested and kept in the Duval County jail for the night. But, after probing into the charge against her, police apologized to Ganguli and released her.
Ganguli is an active user of social networking sites. As a writer, she has been using social media to give a quick response to striking situations. Moreover, she keeps updating about the events she is participating. On a recent tweet, she has quoted Texans Rick Smith’s statement
"If a guy can run fast but he can't play football, it doesn't make sense to have him on your football team."
Her Twitter account has more than 28K followers, which indicates that she is a celebrated personality in social networking site. Most her followers in Twitter are Texans, who has supported her despite some hatred comments in her social networking profiles.
Her bio on Espnmediazone.com states that she is presently residing in Houston with her pet dog Tyush Edney. Furthermore, her surname "Ganguli" suggests that she has Indian roots.