Although none of these things really sound that fun to me, they bring lots and lots of excitement for many, in fact millions! Even though I may not be as elated, I do feel the charge of energy from sports. Because of that, I bring you my predictions!
For the first time ever in my life, I am going to pick my prediction for the Final Four. This is a result of too many hours on the gym treadmill watching ESPN with no sound. Please forgive my lack of lingo knowledge. Here it goes:
Midwest: Michigan State
South: North Carolina (this being my long shot)
To win it all: . . . . . . . DUKE!
8 Game Pro Set describes the tennis matches I will be playing on Saturday (not exciting to millions). I have no prediction whatsoever since this is the first time my teammates and I will play a tournament. It is a ladies only doubles match up between three teams. Unfortunately, we do not have matching outfits, but I think we will do well. Our team name is “The Gall,” coming from our coach, so we don’t have a clue what it means. We also are not familiar with a 7 point Coman tiebreak that we apparently have to play. Weeeeee. I predict we are scruffy enough to come out on top, or at least in the middle!
NASCAR! As I have written in the past, this is the number 1 spectator sport in America. Although NASCAR officials are whining about cash flow, they are still filling up the stands. I doubt that April 5th at the Texas Motor Speedway will be any different. I know my brothers will be contributing to the economic success of NASCAR. The one and only time I attended this race with my family, it poured like cats and dogs. The only car I saw on the track was a pace car going 20 mph to confirm it was raining. So, not having a lot of knowledge about NASCAR, here is my prediction:
CARL EDWARDS will win it all.
*These predictions are solely based on guessing.
Keep in touch and let me know what YOU think sports fans!