Football is back, which often leads to big-time attention for our pigskin blogs, and puts them center stage. This includes both pro and college. And along with those, you've got the MLB march towards the playoffs with an old school blog that's been a part of SB Nation as long as there has been an SB Nation.
Bask in their glory and congratulation the September SB Nation featured blogs:
It's fitting that Silver and Black Pride is one of our featured blogs this month because the Raiders might have turned things around as they're a road favorite for the first time in three years. Anyone who has covered a bad team knows the struggles that are there but Levi over at Silver and Black Pride provides outstanding Raiders coverage whether they're a good team or not and merits recognition for that. Here's to Levi having a team worth writing about in December this year.
Dave Choate and his team at The Falcoholic are celebrating a 3-0 start for the Falcons and the community is enjoying it. Whether it's celebrating a big comeback or Julio Jones' ridiculous pace or just great writing about a good team, the Falcoholic has Falcons fans covered. Congrats to The Falcoholic on terrific coverage to start the season.
It's been 106 years since the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. Now that they're back in the playoffs for the first time since 2008, will this be their year?
Al Yellon and the great Bleed Cubbie Blue community have been around long enough to know better than to make any hasty predictions. But they are looking at various playoff scenarios and coming up with an amazing list of playoff dos-and-dont's fans should remember.
So while the Cubs are on a historic run and have another shot at that elusive centennial World Series ring, Cubs fans have an amazing home they can keep coming back to regardless of the outcome. Good luck, Cubs fans!
Nic Lewis and his merry band of non-Power 5 football hardcores treat UD readers to the best of the rest of college football. From Georgia Southern to Texas State to everything in between, a swing by Underdog Dynasty even includes reviews of Chinese language college football broadcasts. Whether you're new to teams other than Boise State outside the power conferences or you're just trying to expand your horizons, Underdog Dynasty is a must bookmark for all college football enthusiasts.
That's it for September. See you next month. And we'll be on the verge of knowing who the World Series champion is!