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Five important, very journalistic #sports questions with Big Cat Country

We turned to our Jaguars blog with big questions that demand big answers.

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With the most meaningless preseason game coming up against the Jaguars, we reached out to Ryan Day at Big Cat Country to ask questions that are just as important as the game.

Dave Choate: Have you ever made a quiche? If so, did you enjoy it? If not, would you add onions next time?

Ryan Day: First, what a crowd. Can you believe this crowd we have here today? They like to say you all don't exist, but you do. They won't show you the size of this crowd, but I see you. I see you. Second, I have made a quiche before. Many times, in fact. It's the best quiche you've ever tasted. You'll never want another quiche. The eggs, the... well... I'm sorry, but this crowd is unbelievable. I have the best crowds.

Dave Choate: What's the best book you've read in the last year and a half? Are you just saying that to seem fancy?

Ryan Day: The Bible and yes.

Dave Choate: Do aliens exist, and if so, why haven't we seen them?

Ryan Day: I don't think aliens exist. Honestly, the best argument that aliens don't exist is that Trump hasn't tweeted about them yet.

Dave Choate: How much booze do you drink before and after the average Jaguars game, and what kind of booze is it?

Ryan Day: Well, since the Jaguars rarely have nationally televised games and I'm coming straight from church to watch the games, I'm usually pretty tipsy by kickoff. Right around the time Blake Bortles throws his first pick-six, I start to sober up. Then the second quarter starts. At halftime I'll eat a sandwich and cry a little bit. The second half is usually a blur of gin, club soda, and limes and before I know it, it's Wednesday.

Dave Choate: What's your favorite derogatory nickname for Blake Bortles?

Ryan Day: Blake Bortles.