Last week I outlined my predictions for the first five games of the 2014 Gator football season. Here are my predictions for the last seven games:
The 2013 Gator football season was one of the most disappointing in recent memory as the team went 4-8 and ended the year on a seven game losing streak. Now the 2014 campaign lies just a month away presenting an opportunity for the Gators to earn back the respect of both the SEC and the entire country. This is a make or break season for fourth year head coach Will Muschamp, who will most likely be out of a job if the Gators underachieve for the second year in a row.
Many great feats can be achieved in the sports world, but perhaps the most intriguing is baseball’s no-hitter. In the long history of Major League Baseball there have been 285 no-hitters. As of July 11, 2014, there have been three no-hitters in the 2014 season. The pitchers responsible were Josh Beckett, Clayton Kershaw and Tim Lincecum.
Thirty-two teams entered this year’s World Cup with aspirations of winning the biggest tournament in soccer. One month and 64 matches later, Germany emerged as World Cup champions. Join me as I recap Germany’s epic title run and relive some other great moments from the World Cup.
The Round of 16 (or Sweet 16 as I prefer to call it) is upon us! Out of the sixteen teams who have made it this far, I correctly picked 10 of them. Here are all the upcoming matches between the advancing teams:
It has been an exciting first week of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. There have been upsets, last minute goals, and stellar individual performances. Here are my thoughts and recap of World Cup action from June 12 to June 20.
In the sports world, certain teams can only win for so long before a changing of the guard takes place. Professional teams like the Chicago Bulls, New York Yankees, Montreal Canadians, and Pittsburgh Steelers all had their eras of dominance before their winning ways left them.
After four years of anticipation, the 2014 FIFA World Cup is now finally upon us! Thirty-two nations will enter Brazil with championship aspirations, but only one will leave with the trophy. There is much speculation on which country will win it all, and I too have my thoughts on the matter. As of June 10, 2014, here are my 2014 FIFA World Cup predictions.