Here are 14 images from the year 2014 that were featured on Breslanta and defined the site’s year.
I hope you enjoy the images, and check the site over the next few days – I’ll have a big treat for you as we ring in 2015.
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Florida State won the final BCS Championship, and I celebrated the first championship of any kind in my lifetime. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)
Winter Storm Leon provided a rude ending to January for the Deep South, especially Atlanta. The city was paralyzed for days by the snow and ice. (Photo: Sean Breslin)
Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank joined a group of investors in announcing a Major League Soccer team will play its first season in 2017 in Atlanta’s new stadium. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
FSU quarterback Jameis Winston made (hilarious) national headlines in April when he was cited for a theft of crab legs at a Tallahassee Publix. (Photo origin unknown)
I visited Boston for the first time in my life during my Bachelor Party, getting to attend two Red Sox games at Fenway Park. (Photo: Sean Breslin)
My groom’s cake definitely reflected the highlight of my sports allegiances for the year. (Photo: Sean Breslin)
I got married on July 12, 2014, which was easily the best day of my life! (Photo: Sean Breslin)
Perhaps one of the worst signings in Atlanta Braves history, center fielder B.J. Upton slumped through another season, and the Braves missed the playoffs. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
The polo shirt survived another calendar year without a loss. I have worn this shirt during 28 of the last 29 games FSU Football has played, and they are 28-0 in those games. (Photo: Sean Breslin)
A lightning bolt struck near an evacuated Florida Field, leading to the cancelation of a game between the Florida Gators and Idaho Vandals. (AP Photo/Phil Sandlin)
Atlanta Falcons linebacker Joplo Bartu comes out of the tunnel before a game against the New Orleans Saints – a game the Falcons would win in overtime. (Photo via AtlantaFalcons.com)
Bryan Allen became a hated figure in Georgia when he ratted out Georgia running back Todd Gurley for trading his autograph for cash. Gurley was suspended four games and tore his ACL in his first game back. (Screenshot via YouTube)
Injuries and poor play led to the second consecutive losing season for the Falcons, and quarterback Matt Ryan spent a lot of time on the turf due to a makeshift offensive line. (AP Photo/Gail Burton)
It was a common sight in 2014 – a Falcons defender on the ground as an opponent ran free. (AP Photo/Brynn Anderson)
(Photos: Breslanta’s Images of 2013 | 2012 | 2011)
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