His body of work as ESPN's senior Jonas Brothers correspondent had been impressive long before last year. But 2012 was when Lynn Hoppes really set himself apart. He told us how great the party was. He hired Sarah Phillips. He told us about Michael Bolton's hole-in-one. He copied shit verbatim from Wikipedia. ESPN promised to address it. He copied press releases, too. He got to the bottom of whether Lolo Jones was dating Ndamukong Suh. And ESPN finally got around to cleaning up his plagiarism—five months after it was first discovered. We think that's about it.
But is Lynn Hoppes worthy of enshrinement in the Deadspin Hall of Fame? Cast your ballot below. You have until 11:59 p.m. (EST) Sunday night to submit your vote. As always, Hoppes needs 75 percent in the "Yes" column to get inducted.