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2017: Year of the Transfer Quarterback

The college football season is now less than three months out, and with the official announcement of Malik Zaire’s transfer to the Florida Gators the former Notre Dame quarterback has ended the offseason market for transfer quarterbacks. And although there are plenty of storylines heading into this year, make no

Each MLB Team’s X-Factor – AL West

This week we take a look at the American League West’s X-factors and each team should be somewhat optimistic going into the season. The Rangers are legitimate World Series contenders. The Mariners and Astros have a reasonable expectation of making the postseason. The Angels are only three years removed from

Each MLB Team’s X-Factor – NL East

Baseball season is close. This writer is headed to Phoenix for Spring training this weekend to check out a few teams that are optimistic in thinking that they will be World Series champions this season. A few of those teams are in the National League  East , with the Nationals

Each MLB Team’s X-Factor – NL West

  Baseball season is almost upon us. Pitchers and catchers have already reported for many teams, and spring training is kicking off which means it is time for us to start taking a look at the upcoming season. Just like we did last year, every weekend leading up to the Major

The Five Biggest Sports Storylines Heading into 2017

A lot of crazy things happened in the sports world in 2016. For the first time ever we had a unanimous MVP. Cleveland finally won a championship, and the Cubs did too. Kevin Durant jumped ship. Colin Kaepernick took a knee, and the Browns took losses. We said goodbye to

Are The Gators Still Circling 2017?

There are only 18 Saturdays left until the start of college football season. Which means only a couple months until the Gators reports to Fall camp. And there is one other date that the fans of the Orange & Blue are circling, September 2nd 2017. The date of what they

Hall or No Hall: The Case For/Against Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez:

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

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