I want to personally thank each one of you for your support in Crossroads Sports in 2018. We have had a great year and brought you several stories, podcasts and radio show over the year and we have added to our staff with Jonathan Birdsong. Thank You, Jonathan for your dedication and personality that you bring to Crossroads Sports Radio. I want to thank our listeners and callers who banter back and forth with us on our podcast/radio shows each week. We love sports and love to bring you sports and a side that isn't seen and has a focus on the local side. Thank you for every comment, like, share, subscribe, banter to you gave! Thank you for your support
So earlier today, a sports columnist from Denver made some waves through the Twitter world when he said that Colts owner Jim Irsay didn't feel like he was told everything and was misled with the Andrew Luck injury. ESPN Radio this afternoon also said that Irsay mentioned that he didn't know the severity of the Luck injury. How the hell does the owner not know the health situation of your star franchise quarterback? Per multiple sources #Colts owner Jim Irsay is privately furious about Andrew Luck situation. Feels he has been misled throughout. — Benjamin Allbright (@AllbrightNFL) November 2, 2017 Jim has no clue what is going on with this team and HE mislead all of the Indianapolis fans and media regarding Andrew Luck.
The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports is back! The 143rd Kentucky Derby takes place on Saturday, and within those two minutes every bettor will experience a full spectrum of emotion, going from courageous to sadness and heartbreak within two minutes or less. Or maybe you will be one of the lucky ones who experiences joy, after your horse comes sprinting across the finish line in first place. Even if you have a small $2 wager, you will experience all of the highs and lows of the day. If you are looking for advice on who to pick for this year's Kentucky Derby you have come to the right place. Get your wallets ready, because I have your Kentucky Derby winner. I will make
The Masters is starting Thursday at legendary Augusta National Golf Club, and if you are a golf fan in any capacity, you know this is the best tournament of all time. Once again, there will be no Tiger Woods in the field, but don't let that stop you from tuning in. The current field is loaded with talent, and a new age of young guns that will make this year's Masters worth watching. You can find a full list of odds here, courtesy of GolfOdds.com Whether you are looking to cash in DFS, or trying to find a long-shot for your bet card, here are the Crossroads Sports expert picks for the 2017 Masters. Cory Weicht Winner: Rory McIlroy. It is finally Rory's time.