Happy Holidays From The Fan
Here is a mini-capsule of the sporting events that will take place while we are off the air, so you are all caught up to speed on what we will talk about January 2nd.
Make sure to enjoy all of the bowl games that will take place between Christmas and New Years. The two biggest games I would keep my eye on are both on December 29th when Florida State takes on Notre Dame during the day and Robert Griffin III tries to potentially cap off his storied career with a win. We will be back on the air January 2nd which will be during the Rose Bowl, so we will talk about all of those big bowl games on that day as well as preview the upcoming BCS games.
In the NFL, particularly the AFC, there is not too much drama for the final two weeks of the regular season. It looks like the Broncos will be headed to the playoffs and with the Texans tanking, the Patriots and the Ravens should clinch the top two spots and a first round bye. If that's the case, the Steelers will have to travel to the Mile High City to try and end Tim Tebow's season. For the last spot, its between the Jets and the Bengals (that's not a misprint).
In the NFC, the only two spots up for grabs are who will get the two seed between New Orleans and San Francisco and who will win the NFC Least, I mean NFC East. My predictions are Green Bay and San Francisco will clinch the first round bye and New Orleans and Dallas will be the other two division winners. The wild cards will be Atlanta and Detroit. Of course, all of these predictions are very premature, especially with two weeks remaining in the NFL, where we found out last week that anything can happen.
For the High School Scene, the boys in the 5A SIC will all play one game on December 29th. Besides that, we aren't missing a thing! The big matchup on the 29th is Eagle vs. Mountain View where the defending state champions will look to avenge their first loss of the season. The big matchup down low will be Brandon Luedtke against Braiden Shaw.
Enjoy your Holiday Season and we will see you on January 2nd.