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Ask Gary: Has the Super Bowl hype calmed down?

February 3, 2018 College Sports in Florida

Each week, the readers take over GarySheltonsports.com and play Ask Gary. They send in a question, or a couple, on Thursday night or Friday morning and we all talk about the world of sports. Think of it as a radio show where you don’t have to be on hold. Join us and ask a question, […]

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Ask the experts: Tim & Jerry

February 1, 2018 general

Here at GarySheltonsports.com, we have doubled our experts with the addition of former Bucs’ personnel director and former Seahawks general manager Tim Ruskell. He joins his old friend and co-worker Jerry Angelo, a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo and Ruskell answer your questions regarding […]

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Let’s cover the Super Bowl together

January 30, 2018 general

Tuesday, 4 a.m. There are too many humans to fit into the room. Everyone is jostling everyone else. No one is happy. No one has enough time. At that’s just at the airport. Once you get to the host city, it is harder. For 29 years, I covered the Super Bowl in one of those […]

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Being the best at being second-best

January 26, 2018 general

Friday, 4 a.m. For the most part, it’s a good gig. You stand near enough to the coach to get on television. You wear a baseball cap. Sometimes, you carry a clipboard. You’re close enough to get a decent view. You get to eat from the post-game spread. You wake up on Monday, and usually, […]

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Ask the experts: Tim & Jerry

January 25, 2018 general

Here at GarySheltonsports.com, we have doubled our experts with the addition of former Bucs’ personnel director and former Seahawks general manager Tim Ruskell. He joins his old friend and co-worker Jerry Angelo, a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo and Ruskell answer your questions regarding […]

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Did Winston learn anything from watching?

January 24, 2018 general

Tuesday, 4 a.m. Sitting on the outside, far away from the fields that count, you wonder what he thought. There on the sofa, popcorn in front of him, did Jameis Winston learn anything? Did he appreciate anything? Did he vow to emulate anything? He has played three seasons now, and he is no closer to […]

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Random Thoughts: What should we have expected?

January 21, 2018 general

Sunday, 4 a.m. It was interesting that Jason Licht “cringed” at the expectations of the 2017 Bucs. What, exactly, made him recoil? That fans wanted a winning record? That they wanted the playoffs? That they expected improvement? Does any of that really make you hide behind the couch? — Guess what? The Bucs fans will […]

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Ask Gary: Which quarterback might fold this week?

January 20, 2018 College Sports in Florida

Each week, the readers take over GarySheltonsports.com and play Ask Gary. They send in a question, or a couple, on Thursday night or Friday morning and we all talk about the world of sports. Think of it as a radio show where you don’t have to be on hold. Join us and ask a question, […]

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Ask the experts: Tim & Jerry

January 18, 2018 general

Here at GarySheltonsports.com, we have doubled our experts with the addition of former Bucs’ personnel director and former Seahawks general manager Tim Ruskell. He joins his old friend and co-worker Jerry Angelo, a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo and Ruskell answer your questions regarding […]

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Where does Vikings’ miracle rank with great plays?

January 16, 2018 general

Tuesday, 3 a.m. Think of it like a greatest hits album provided, of course, that you remember what an album as. Think of as the NFL’s greatest moments — one per team. Think of this team’s best vs. that team’s best. Forget the ordinary touchdowns that led to ordinary wins. Think of the plays that […]

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