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2017 Predictions in April

2017 Predictions in April

So far, here is what is happened in 2017.
I was at the Superbowl and was devasted with the Falcons collapse in a loss to New England. Roger Federer amazing adding to his major total by winning the Australian Open. North Carolina won the NCAA basketball championship with some shady officiating reminiscent of the Duke victory over Wisconsin 2 years ago where a person out of bounds got a favorable call. NCAA Football, Clemson beat Alabama. This one is the least matchable matchup. Alabama won recently so that fits the pattern however Clemson is not a traditional powerhouse.2017 Predictions in April

The pattern. The pattern this year is that a traditional victor who hasnt won in a while will win again, and likely in dramatic/contraversial fashion. The Fed came from behind in the 5th set. The Patriots came back from behind in a devasting comeback. UNC, likewise won.

My predictions going forward:
1. French Open Tennis Tournament: The pattern favors Nadal. He is the traditional favorite and has not won in awhile

2. Wimbledon Tennis Tourney: Either Federere or Djokovic. Both have won plenty in the past.

3. NBA Championship: A traditional favorite would be the San Antonio Spurs. They have dominated over the years but havent won for a few years which fits the pattern. Boston is a close second.

4. MLB World Series: In the American League, the yankees and BoSox fit the pattern. In the National League, the cardinals and giants fit the pattern and are more likely. The Cubs do not fit the pattern at all nor do the Indians.

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Jamaal Anderson

Back into Sports! Fall 2017

I’ve gotten through some personal turmoil and now can turn my attention back to sports. Admittedly, Im still heartbroken from the Falcons loss in the Superbowl but I also feel i was to blame due my personal turmoil giving bad juju to the falcons.

I feel good things are to come. I think the Falcons will come back strong. Im just praying there is not any type of Jamal Anderson injury early in the season. I still love the Patriots too so Im hoping for a rematch of the finals. I’ll be at the Falcons vs Lions game at Ford fieldJamaal Anderson

I also feel college football is going to go well. I think this is going to be a great year for 3 of my teams: U of Michigan will be in the final 4, Georgia will finish in the top 10, and Texas will finish in the top 20. I think all 3 will have what will considered a successful season.

Tennis: I am hopeful that The Fed comes back healthy. If not, I feel Kyrgios has a chance to win it all.

MLB: The braves and tigers and rangers and enjoying the basement. I am not sure who to root for. I guess i want the BoSox to rain on the parade of the Yankees and Dodgers.

Time to get back into sports, the only good thing about the fall.

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Bobby Petrino is a true Georgian

I knew Bobby Petrino was truly a Georgian. The man who left the state in the middle of the night. The man who was too scared to tell anyone he was leaving with a face to face conversation. The man who would not let grown men talk on a plane. The man who did nothing for the Atlanta Falcons.

Bobby Petrino is a true Georgian

Now he follows in the footsteps of our great former University of Georgia athletic director Damon Evans. Both men caught with women. Both men trying to explain their behavior.

Ultimately, who cares. I was happy when Arthur Blank initially hired. The Falcons needed discipline at that time after Jim Mora Jr was fired. Who knew he was the opposite extreme. Who knew he would leave in the middle of night.

I always root against him now and I always will. Partly for the shameful way he left and partly because he coaches the University of Arkansas. Hopefully this affects their recruiting and a couple of his good recruits come to the University of Georgia.

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