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This Week’s Tidbits May 29th

This our third edition of GameDaySportsBolg.com’s Weekly Tidbits, a video article that comes out every Sunday looking at our thoughts on the week that passed in sports and looking forward to next week. Here’s what on the docket for this week’s video: Texas is the team to beat in the American

Why These Three People Will Decide the AL West in 2016

Every weekend leading up to the Major League’s Opening Day GameDaySportsBlog.com will be taking a look at each division and more specifically the 3 people that will be deciding the division race. And with the National League completely finished after last week’s look at the NL East, we turn our

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

Rank ‘Em: The Five Best College Football Teams of the Last Twenty Years

  The past 20 years have seen quite a lot of college football history, from the beginning and end of the BCS era to the formation of the college football playoff. Over the last two decades America has seen a defensive player win the Heisman, massive conference re-alignments, record setting high-powered

Why These Two People Who Want The Eagles to Tank:

Chip Kelly’s Eagles finally got their 1st win of 2015 with Sunday’s 24-17 victory over the New York Jets. A victory that slowed the growing rate of die-hard Philly fans that want the former Oregon Duck head coach out. But even a few more wins, and maybe another above .500

Hall or No Hall: The case for/against Adrian Beltre

Earlier this month, ESPN’s online affiliate FiveThirtyEightSports published an article claiming that Adrian Beltre is Hall of Fame Worthy. Usually I will wait until one’s retirement to have this discussion, but due to the recent piece on his potential merit to get in to the Hall of Fame, I am

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