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TIGER TAMES TPC: If there were any doubts about Tiger Woods being back on top of his game, taming TPC Sawgrass erased the criticism.

Woods historically had troubles at THE PLAYERS Championship, but shook off a questionable Sunday drop and a war of words with Sergio Garcia to win the tournament for a second time.

NASCAR CRASH: The story of SpeedWeek is usually the Daytona 500.

But in 2013 it was the Nationwide Series race that had everyone talking.

A late race crash catapulted Kyle Larson's car into the catch fence and the wreck injured 33 people in the stands.

Tony Stewart would win the race, while crews spent the night fixing the fan area for the next day's Daytona 500.

JUSTIN BLACKMON SUSPENDED: The Jacksonville Jaguars had big plans for wide receiver Justin Blackmon in 2013.

Instead of a breakthrough season, many wonder if he'll ever play football again for the Jags or at all in the NFL.

Blackmon was suspended on two different occasions in 2013 for violating the league's substance abuse policy.

The first suspension was four games. Blackmon returned to action for the next four games and accumulated 29 catches for 415 yards.

That was it though for Blackmon because he would be suspended for the remainder of the season during the bye week with his future unknown.

TIM TEBOW TIME STOPPED: Tim Tebow is likely the most celebrated athlete to ever come out of our area.

He is one of the most unique athletes we have ever seen in sports.

Tebow's popularity may, in part, have cost him a chance to resume his NFL career.

The quarterback was released by the New York Jets, signed by the New England Patriots, then released by the Pats after training camp.

Since his release, Tebow mania has quieted because no NFL team has signed him.

JAGUARS RESTART: The Jacksonville Jaguars hit the reset button on their franchise in 2013.

Shad Khan fired general manager Gene Smith and head coach Mike Mularkey.

The Jags owner then hired a new GM in Dave Caldwell and new head coach in Gus Bradley.

Khan admitted the team was starting from the bottom up and an 0-8 start certainly indicated that this was a build more than a rebuild.

The Jags also got new uniforms in 2013 and announced they will get new video boards in 2014.

WOLFORD WINS "HIGH"-SMEN: Bishop Kenny senior quarterback John Wolford ended his career as one of the most decorated student athletes this area has ever seen on Friday nights.

Wolford broke many of Tim Tebow's area records and also eclipsed state high school marks, too.

Wolford was recognized as our Friday Night Blitz Player of the Year.

He recorded 773 yards and 10 touchdowns in an epic loss to Clay in the playoffs 74-73.

LONDON CALLING: The Jacksonville Jaguars announced their four year commitment to play one home game in London more than a year ago, but in 2013 it came to fruition.

In October, the Jags played at Wembley Stadium for the first time in franchise history.

The week long stay highlighted a wild year of travel for the Jags, a trek that included five different time zones.

The London game was about a global footprint and the impact could be huge for the Jags and city of Jacksonville from a business standpoint.

FAMOUS JAMEIS: The Florida State Seminoles are back and a big reason why is because of Jameis Winston.

The freshman quarterback won the Heisman Trophy and led the 'Noles to a national championship game berth.

Winston showed off his talents and poise week in and week out for FSU.

Winston's performances late in the season were done amidst a probe into sexual assault allegations.

Winston was not charged with a crime after a lengthy investigation.

FLORIDA FOOTBALL FLOPS: The Florida Gators had high expectations coming off an 11 win season in 2012.

Instead, the Gators and Will Muschamp suffered one of its most embarrassing seasons in school history and missed out on a bowl game for the first time since 1979.

Muschamp came under fire for an anemic offense and losing to Georgia Southern late in the season.

The Gators did get walloped by the injury bug at key positions, but Muschamp begins 2014 on an intensely hot seat.

THE GUS BUS: In January, Gus Bradley was hired as the Jacksonville Jaguars 4th head coach in franchise history (5th if you count interim Mel Tucker in 2011).

Bradley, a relatively unknown commodity in the coaching ranks, brought an enthusiasm and energy to the organization that breathed life back into Jags Headquarters.

Bradley's positivity was the perfect remedy for an historically bad football team the first half of the fall.

After the bye week, the Jags put together four wins in a five game stretch and gained respect from the fan base and the national pundits in the process.

The Bradley build heads into year number two and the Gus Bus is starting to fill up.

Make Your Choice!
Our Picks
Brent Martineau:
1. The Gus Bus
2. Jaguars Restart
3. Famous Jameis
4. Florida Football Flops
5. Blackmon Suspended
6. Tebow Time Stopped
7. London Calling
8. Tiger Tames TPC
9. Daytona Crash
10. Wolford Wins "High"-sman

Dan Hicken:
1. Jaguars Restart
2. The Gus Bus
3. Florida Football Flops
4. Famous Jameis
5. Tiger Tames TPC
6. London Calling
7. Tebow Time Stopped
8. Daytona Crash
9. Blackmon Suspended
10. Wolford Wins "High"-sman

Suart Webber:
1. Jaguars Restart
2. Famous Jameis
3. The Gus Bus
4. London Calling
5. Florida Football Flops
6. Blackmon Suspended
7. Tiger Tames TPC
8. Wolford Wins "High"-sman
9. Tebow Time Stopped
10. Daytona Crash

David DeCandis
1. Jaguars Restart
2. The Gus Bus
3. Famous Jameis
4. Florida Football Flops
5. London Calling
6. Tiger Tames TPC
7. Daytona Crash
8. Blackmon Suspended
9. Wolford Wins "High"-sman
10. Tebow Time Stopped
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