The Boston Red Sox, a team only about a third of ESPN analysts (11 of 31) picked to make the playoffs, have clinched their postseason berth (something GameDaySportsBlog.com said they would). And with their five game lead over Toronto with just five games left, it seems like only a matter
There is no doubt that the Big 12 is one of college football’s major conferences. This is despite early season struggles like Okie State losing to an FCS squad, Texas being upset by a mediocre Cal team, and an Oklahoma team with a losing record. And this week is the
In case my readers haven’t noticed yet, I seem to have a problem with a lot of the selections for awards lately. The NBA MVP vote was stupid, and so is anybody who thinks Steph Curry is more VALUABLE than Lebron James. I argued for Zach Greinke to win the
Les Miles entered the season on the hot seat. It was a seat so warm that some wondered if it wasn’t already on fire. And now, after just two weeks of the 2016 season that seat looks to be engulfed in flames. So is there any hope for Les Miles?
Tom Brady and his reputation have taken quite a hit this offseason as deflate-gate has cost the New England quarterback the first four games of this season. Luckily for him he will return to a playoff caliber team that will win it’s 7th straight AFC East crown.
The bad thing
Here at GameDaySportsBlog.com we have articles where we discuss players who we believe are on the fence of induction into their respective sport’s Hall of Fame. Today we look at former center Amar’e Stoudemire as we argue both the case for and against his induction into the Naismith Memorial Basketball
Last year my predictions outside of who I picked to win the National Championship were VERY VERY GOOD. They were closer than every so-called “expert” out there and this year I am looking to provide the same kind of Nostradamus-like predictions of the upcoming college football season. Check out what