Adam is a Manager of SB Nation's Jaguars blog, Big Cat Country, and is the Jaguars Editor for SB Nation Tampa Bay. He is also a regional contributor for SB Nation and has written about high school sports for the Garden Grove Journal in Garden Grove, CA. A native of Southern California, Adam became a Jaguars fan in 1995 when his 5-year old self decided the Jaguars logo was his favorite. The choice of a favorite logo evolved into a lifelong devotion that has spanned the majority of his life. With the exception of the Jaguars, Adam primarily roots for teams from his home town including the Los Angeles Lakers and Los Angeles Dodgers. After a two year hiatus from school, Adam is attending Arizona State University in pursuit of a journalism degree.
Daytona 500 lineup and starting grid 2013
Just behind Danica Patrick in the first two rows will be some of NASCAR's biggest names.
Dolphins take top-ranked receiver in mock draft
Cordarrelle Patterson caught five touchdown passes in his first and only season with the Volunteers.
Buccaneers take highly-ranked pass rusher in mock
Damontre Moore tallied 12.5 sacks in his final season with the Aggies.
Jaguars upgrade pass rush in mock draft
Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner recorded 13 sacks during the 2012 season.
Dolphins projected to take top receiver in mock
The Dolphins selected Cal wide receiver Keenan Allen in the latest SB Nation mock draft.
Jaguars projected to bolster D-line in mock
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Warren Sapp among Hall of Fame nominees
Warren Sapp played nine seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and helped the team win Super Bowl XXXVII.
Surprise picks for Jaguars and Dolphins in mock
While the Jaguars and Dolphins made surprise selections in SB Nation's latest mock draft, the Buccaneers stuck with the usual.
Florida sports news roundup, Dec. 26
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