Jordan Spieth Makes History & Everything You Need for the Final Week of the MLB Season

I had a busy Sunday night, writing articles on two of my favorite sports in the world.

This first article discusses Sunday’s PGA TOUR Championship, as Jordan Spieth became the youngest to ever win this particular tournament. Not only did he take that title, he won the FedExCup, got back to number one in the world rankings, and set some records in the process. Check out the day he had and take a look back at a season for the ages by clicking on the link below.

Jordan Spieth Claims TOUR Championship, Reclaims World Number 1, Wins FedExCup; 2014-15 PGA Tour Season Recap

As soon as I finished that up, I got right back to work to prepare for the final week of the Major League Baseball regular season. There’s only two divisions that have been decided, but even those teams can’t rest as they’re fighting for seeding. The article below contains breakdowns for every division and both wild card races, including magic numbers, schedules for each and every contender, and much more. Have a look.

Everything You Need to Know About the Final Week of the Major League Baseball Regular Season

Preseason Top 25 in College Football, Postseason Top 125 on the PGA Tour

It was another busy weekend in the sports world. Baseball races continue to heat up all over the country, and we all know that I’ll be covering that at length as the playoffs get closer. But for today’s purposes, I’ll focus in on two lists that had some buzz on Sunday.

The Associated Press released its preseason poll on Sunday, and for the first time in history, there was a unanimous number one. Find out who that was, as well as the rest of the top 25, in the link below. There’s also two different voting options for you.

The College Football Preseason AP Top 25 Is Released. Who’s On Top? Can Ohio State Repeat? Vote Now.

On the other side of the spectrum is the happenings in the golf world. After 43 grueling events, the field is finally set for the FedEx Cup Playoffs on the PGA Tour. See who’s in the field after a fun weekend at the Wyndam Championship.

The Top 125 Is Set For the PGA Tour’s FedEx Cup Playoffs. Who’s In? Who’s Out?

Stay tuned for more articles that are certainly on the way. As always, you can get updates here, but if you’re looking for even more of my work, you can find it at LukeNorris.net and can also get constant updates by following me on Twitter @THElukenorris. You’ll be seeing more very soon.