The Scott Garceau Show With Jeremy Conn
With less than 40 games left in the 2014 season the Orioles are like Secretariat coming down the stretch, with each stride closer to the finish line the O’s are pulling farther away from the [...]
On the AFC North side, Andy Dalton and the Bengals will probably fall behind with the Steelers or the Ravens being most likely to win the division. Both the Ravens and the Steelers finished 8-8 last year and are ready to hit the play offs again, and win. The Steelers have potentially filled the spot of Emmanuel Sanders and his name goes by Markus Wheaton. Wide Receiver Lance Moore scored ten touchdowns last year at the University of Toledo. Wilson says that Lance is “smart and crafty.” Moore is probably one a good pick up for the Steelers, something that they need.
Ohio State, part of the Big 10, lost their quarterback due to an injury, but does that mean the Buckeyes will go downhill. There is nothing to worry about Buckeyes fans because the replacement quarterback will be J.T. Barnett who apparently moves the offense pretty good. This year the Buckeyes have one of the top defenses this year and are better than most of there opponents this year. The only real team that could be a real opponent is Michigan State, although Ohio State does have the players to beat Michigan State. Even with the loss of there first string quarterback, Ohio State should still be nothing less than a top 10, but more of a top 5 team.
The face of golf, Tiger Woods, might need take a little more off to really fix his back. Right now he is in great shape but needs to really let his body heal to get ready to play again in 2015, “golf needs him.” Golf needs him back playing again, but healthy this time.
Baltimore Orioles starting pitcher Bud Norris joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn on Tuesday to recap his win over the Chicago White Sox on Monday night.
“The Nationals are just pulling away from the rest of the division. Cream rises to the top and it was just a matter of time,” Giglio said.
The National league is certainly competitive this season, but there are a few teams slated to be top seeds.
“I think the Dodgers and the Nationals make the most sense if you’re trying to pair up a National league championship, but if you’re trying to disrupt that, maybe you go with the Brewers,” said Giglio. “You look at their run differential and you think maybe the cardinals will catch them, but I don’t think so. They’ll be a tough out in October.”
One of the biggest roster questions other than cornerback for the Ravens is that of Right Tackle. Ricky Wagner has been getting the majority of first-team reps at the position, but nothing is set in stone just yet.
“[Harbaugh] said Ricky’s been solid, and solid comes before good, which comes before great. So Wagner isn’t good or great just yet, but he’s looking like he’ll win the job,” said Coleman.
“He’s probably in the top four players you cannot afford to lose. It just shows how valuable he is, because you saw how Dominique franks faired when replacing him,” said Wilson.
“The thing about the preseason is you just sort of want to survive and advance to games that matter,” Wilson added.
Although depth and injury problems have been a factor in the preseason for Baltimore, there have been a number of bright spots in the first two games.
Scott Garceau talks about the last week of Baltimore Orioles’ baseball from the 60th Anniversary celebration to the Orioles dramatic play.
One team to look out for that has “all of its boxes checked” according to Felder is Florida State because they do not have any holes or positions that are not filled or packed. Another team, at last a top four or five team, Oklahoma, is another team with no holes this year, especially with there defense. Teams like Oregon and Auburn, who have some of holes in there offense.
To start with the positive news, Maryland football hired three new coaches. One of them being Coach Stud, who was the offensive coordinator at LSU. He has done nothing but made these guys ready for the season. According to Coach Edsall, the offensive line has gotten better under Coach Stud.
Caleb Joseph’s smashing success with the Orioles is one of Baltimore’s best stories in the summer of ‘14.