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Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

Guessing The Jaguars Schedule

By Hays Carlyon It’s time. There are traditions and then there is the hallowed tradition that my good friend Ryan O’Halloran started when we worked together at the Florida Times-Union many years ago. The time has come to guess the Jaguars schedule. Hey, we know we will get at least one right with the NFL announcing that the Jaguars will “host” Denver on Oct. 30 in London. The league will […]

todayMay 10, 2022

Hays Carlyon's Jaguars Blog

My Jaguars 7-round mock draft: Take Hutchinson, please

By Hays Carlyon I’m in the opinion business. The Jaguars make a big decision and I react to it. I have a strong feeling I will react negatively to what Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke is going to do tonight with the first pick in the NFL Draft. But it’s easy to criticize when you don’t put yourself out there. So, I am doing a seven-round Jaguars mock draft. This […]

todayApril 28, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: It’s The End of The Old Timers

When Reggie Jackson was asked why he was still playing in his 40s, he replied, "Know anywhere else I can make a million dollars?" Nowadays, most players in the major sports are making at least a million bucks. That's why I think we're seeing the end of an era. Athletes today make millions of dollars and are financially set for life by their mid-30s, many earlier than that. So why […]

todayApril 22, 2022

High School Sports

Middleburg Broncos Baseball: Building Off Traditions

By Jame Critch The Middleburg Broncos Varsity Baseball team finished their 2021 campaign with a 11-15 record and a loss in the District Championship to Stanton. This has Coach Daniel Pearce feeling confident that the team can build from and get right back into the thick of things this season. Pearce graduated from Middleburg in 2002 and was part of the schools District Championship team that same year. In the […]

todayApril 14, 2022


NASCAR: The Best Sportsbooks and Important Betting Tips

While it does have its problems with attendance, there really can be no doubt that NASCAR racing is an iconic sport in the United States and Canada. However, it receives a lot of disrespect from other motorsport fans and drivers, with many declaring that the races are not entertaining and that the drivers do not have any skill. This really is completely wrong though since NASCAR drivers are some of […]

todayApril 13, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: College Basketball Has Changed

The NBA mock drafts have started. I glanced at a couple and was reminded why my love of college basketball has waned. Of the 30 first-round picks, 14-15 are expected to be freshmen. Another 7-8 sophomores, two juniors and one senior. The remainder are international or players from the G Leagues. Who are these guys? I know so little about any of them. By the time you recognize any of […]

todayApril 13, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: You Can’t Doubt Tiger

I was wrong. I was wrong about Tiger Woods in a couple of ways. I never expected him to play again, much less at Augusta National, the most difficult course to walk in America. Walking was a challenge for Tiger. Walking and competing is mind-blowing. Okay, he finished 47th out of 52 who made the cut. He deserves a trophy for making the cut. His rounds 71, 74, 78, 78 are […]

todayApril 12, 2022


Penguins Hope for a Win in their Home-and-Home Series Against the Avalanche

The Pittsburgh Penguins suffered a defeat at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche in the opening game of their home-and-home series on Saturday. Now, the two teams face one another once again on Tuesday, with the Penguins looking to take revenge with a win at home. The Colorado Avalanche defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2 at Ball Arena on Saturday, with Devon Toews scoring the game-winning goal with 4:26 remaining in […]

todayApril 11, 2022

Lamm at Large

LAMM AT LARGE: It’s Anyone’s Masters

I realize they don't give away Green Jackets at Augusta National Golf Club, but you'll never convince me it' isn't the easy major championship to win. Easier, too, than The Players and the WGC tournaments. It's a numbers game. This week's Masters has a field of 90 players, and that's assuming Tiger Woods plays (very doubtful). The Players has the strongest field, followed by the WGC tournaments and the PGA […]

todayApril 6, 2022