The 2016 class of the NFL Hall of Fame will be named on Saturday night, a day before Super Bowl 50 is played. What will be interesting to see play out before the actual game that weekend is the voting on a certain polarizing figure in the football world. A
As the 2016 MLB season approaches this writer takes a look back at last year and some of the major stories that unfolded on the diamond in 2015. Today we are taking a look at the amazing season that Alex Rodriguez had last year. All the hits, the walks, the
In this version of “OR” we take a look at two of the 90’s best quarterbacks each wearing #8 and each guiding the NFC’s top teams of the decade. But between Steve Young and Troy Aikman, who was better? Well we’re about to find out.
It’s not close. It’s not
The Cavaliers were coming off of an Eastern Conference Championship season where they fell to one of the best teams ever in the Finals, posted a 30-11 record, good for best in the East again, and then it happened. They fired their coach.
Granted, the firing was following a 132-98 loss
Nearly a week after being hired San Francisco finally introduced their new head man, Chip Kelly, in an interview on Wednesday. And although there were internet jokes about the interview being six days later because the 49ers were embarrassed of their choice or trying to find somebody better, the fact
By Mike Olson and Alan Leuthe
G.O.A.T is an acronym that stands for the Greatest of All-Time, a title usually meant for the athletes on the field, but in the case of this article it is dealing with the man on the sideline, as our writing team argues the possibility of
After last week’s absolutely disgraceful display of voting by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America, we take a look at next year’s possible entrants, and despite not knowing how the BBWAA judges worthiness of induction, we here at GameDaySportsBlog.com argue the case for and against possible inductees. The first candidate
In case you have missed the commercials, the sportscenter popups, or have simply been living under a rock since New Year’s Eve, tonight is the biggest game of the year for college football. A new national champion will be crowned after tonight’s game between the Clemson Tigers and the Alabama
There is little doubt that this year’s NFL MVP race is a tight one. But the thing people might not realize is that it is coming down to more than just two players. Cam Newton and Tom Brady are most likely the two that will receive the most votes and
Today in this version of “OR” we take a look at two of the best retired Power Forwards of All-Time. Of course in just a short time Tim “The Big Fundamental” Duncan will be taking the reigns as the greatest retired power forward ever, but for now we look at