Go for it, we’ll help you find an audience.
I’ve enjoyed TR’s videos too, although some of them are a bit long for my taste. I think that really stems from the fact that he has a strong YT following and typically folks will watch longer form stuff on there.
There is a big chasm of “interesting” video from local and regional level for sure. Again it doesn’t need to be an epic John Shofner deal, but just something that has a little variety and cadence/pace to it.
Overall, the sport is missing human interest stories across the board. To me, that’s where the magic is and that’s the biggest glut overall. Stories and emotions transcend the sport. I’ve found it hard to unlock and convey those stories though, I’m sure there are folks more talented than I am at it. It’s just a case of finding and incentivizing them