Yes, I have issues with Jameis Winston. Continue reading “My Real Issues With Jameis Winston, And Why He Will Be Drafted Number One Overall Despite Them”
I’ve never been one of those people who circle College Football’s National Signing Day on his calendar every year. In fact, when people ask me my thoughts on high school recruits that doesn’t involve quarterback play I usually refer them here. But something important happened this last signing day that isn’t getting the proper attention (or reaction) it deserves. Continue reading “Why Roquan Smith’s Signing Day Decision May Change NCAA, CFB Recruiting Landscape”
I was listening to the radio and the topic turned to something I hadn’t thought about in quite some time with regards to the NBA.
Do you remember how the NBA used to be viewed because of serious drug problems, fighting in arenas, and off-court image issues? Whatever was associated with bad was associated with the NBA. Continue reading “Jameis Winston Situation Shows Deeper Issue With Institution Of Football”
The NFL draft is May 8 and this time of year always makes me scratch my head. Continue reading “National Football League Draft 2014: So The Rams, Browns, Texans, Jaguars, and Raiders Need A Quarterback? I’ve Got A Suggestion”
***I want to apologize for getting this out a little late. My sister had her picks in on time and I, per usual, couldn’t get my act together.***
Happy holidays from The Locker! I decided to challenge my sister this bowl season to a bowl pick’em. As was well publicized on her site The Lady Sportswriter Continue reading “Sibling Rivalry: First Annual Bowl Pick’em Challenge Among Siblings”
The long hiatus is over. The Lady Sportswriter and I discuss the first BCS rankings of 2013, the University of Georgia’s injury woes, the ACC/SEC superiority debate, and much more. Listen up, folks!
The thought of October last year made everyone in the state of Georgia sick. Continue reading “Whistling Dixie: One Year After Nightmare Down South, Bulldogs, Braves Gain Redemption”
The Ladysportswriter Kim Nash joins us to talk about the aftermath of college football National Signing day. We’ll discuss who made strides and who lost ground, as well as the funniest moments from the day. We Will also put this day in perspective for fans. Join the conversation Friday at 1 p.m. EST and feel free to call in (773) 897-6129
The Lady Sportswriter Kim Nash stopped by to get us prepped for National Signing Day, February 6th. We’ll also talk about the Super Bowl match-up between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. And what are the University of Georgia’s realistic chances at repeating this past season’s success? Join the conversation by calling (773) 897-6129 and give us a listen, Wednesday at 1 p.m. EST
The Lady SportsWriter Kim Nash joined me Monday to talk about the BCS National Championship game between the University of Alabama and Notre Dame University. We also discussed Aaron Murray’s decision to come back as quarterback of the Georgia Bulldogs and who raised their draft stock this bowl season. Locker Talk airs twice a week (Thursday 1 pm EST and Friday 2 pm EST) on BlogTalkRadio.com