Give me Messi in Miami less whining from college football coaches in 2023 | will it snow in florida

We say goodbye to sports’ bounce back year and hello to another filled with promise and, hopefully, good health.

For the first time since 2019, we went through an uninterrupted year, with few exceptions. The year saw familiar teams back on top: Georgia football, Kansas men’s basketball, South Carolina women’s basketball, Golden State Warriors, Houston Astros.

We had our fill of drama (World Cup), history (Aaron Judge) and controversy (LIV Golf). We witnessed the end of legendary careers (Roger Federer, Serena Williams) and one iconic figure (Tiger Woods) who is not ready to completely put away his clubs.

Now, we head into 2023 following a month that will be remembered for two untimely, unexpected losses; the deaths of 61-year-old Mississippi State football coach Mike Leach and 72-year-old football Hall of Famer Franco Harris.

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