Friday, September 30, 2011

Rays Stay Hot With 9-0 Game 1 Rout Of Rangers

It looks like the late season surge of the Tampa Bay Rays was no fluke as they stayed hot with a easy 9-0 win over the Texas Rangers in Game 1. Kelly Shoppach homered twice and drove in five runs, Johnny Damon also homered and Tampa Bay dominated the whole way. The Rays started a 22-year old rookie pitcher named Matt Moore. He was able to keep the Rangers in check and the Rays bats came alive early and often for them.

Texas will have to hope for better luck in Game 2 as they do not want to go down 2-0 in this series against the Rays. Tampa Bay plays well at home, so getting the series even right now should be foremost on the minds of the Rangers. It will be tough as the Rays will be starting James Shields another tough Rays pitcher.

Francona And Boston Part Ways Best For Both Sides

There comes a time when you have to know when it is time to move on. After two World Series championships Terry Francona decided it was best for him to move on. There were many problems with the Red Sox and we will probably not hear them all, but when a manager leaves that tells you a lot.

Boston has a collection of players with egos and from what I seen of them they did not listen to their manager as much as they had in the past. Yes, injuries played a part in the Red Sox missing the playoffs, but so did not giving it your all. There were times it seemed the Red Sox players did not give their best effort.

With Terry Francona gone it will be interesting to see who is brought in to manage them. It is a high-profile job, but it also comes with very high expectations. Will the Red Sox promote from within or go outside the organization. Either way they lost a good man in Terry Francona.

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Blame The Red Sox Collapse On The Players No One Else

It is a somber mood in Red Sox Nation today as their Red Sox's are trying to make sense of what happen to them. The Red Sox had a nine game lead and looked like a lock for the playoffs, but it is the Tampa Bay Rays who made it and not them. The Red Sox went 6-18 after that and did not win consecutive games at any point in the month after building a nine game lead. The only people you can blame for this epic collapse is the players.

The Red Sox players are the ones out on the field making the plays or not making the plays. There really is no excuse for playing as bad as they did at times. I will admit I have never seen such a epic collapse like this from such a talented team. This will stick with Red Sox Nation for a very long time. Many people want to point fingers and those fingers better be pointed at the players because that is where the blame needs to be.

NHL Schedule Sept 29, 2011

Minnesota
Columbus
7:00pm ET

Ottawa
Boston
7:00pm ET

New Jersey
Philadelphia
7:00pm ET

Tampa Bay
Montreal
7:30pm ET

Colorado
St. Louis
8:00pm ET

Florida
Dallas
8:30pm ET

Phoenix
Calgary
9:00pm ET

Vancouver
San Jose
10:30pm ET

NHL Scores Sept 28, 2011

Washington 1
Nashville 4
Final

Detroit 3
Chicago 4
Final

Carolina 1
Winnipeg 3
Final

Los Angeles 6
Colorado 0
Final

Vancouver 2
Anaheim 3
Final

MLB Scores Sept 28, 2011

Cincinnati 0
NY Mets 3
Final

Toronto 3
Chi White Sox 2
Final

Colorado 6
San Francisco 3
Final

Washington 3
Florida 1
Final

Boston 3
Baltimore 4
Final

Cleveland 4
Detroit 5
Final

Philadelphia 4
Atlanta 3
Final 13

NY Yankees 7
Tampa Bay 8
Final 12

Texas 3
LA Angels 1
Final

St. Louis 8
Houston 0
Final

Pittsburgh 3
Milwaukee 7
Final

Kansas City 0
Minnesota 1
Final

Chi Cubs 2
San Diego 9
Final

LA Dodgers 7
Arizona 5
Final

Oakland 2
Seattle 0
Final

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Are The Fans And Florida Ready For Their New Manager Ozzie Guillen

It didn't take the Florida Marlins or Ozzie Guillen long to agree on a contract as he was introduced as the next Florida Marlins manager. Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria wanted to make a big splash with the opening of a new stadium 2012 season, and what better way than hiring a manager like Ozzie Guillen.

No matter what anyone thinks about Ozzie Guillen he has proven to be a winner and that is what he will bring to the Florida Marlins. It will be interesting to see how he handles Hanley Ramirez and some of his antics. Ozzie is a guy who pulls no punches and will tell Ramirez the way it is going to me.

Florida has a goods manager in Guillen, but are they ready for all that comes with hiring him. It will be interesting to see how Guillen does in Florida as the expectations are not as high as they are in Chicago year after year. Yes, Florida wants to win, but they will give Guillen time to make the Marlins a championship caliber team. Should be an interesting ride for Marlins fans.

NFL Schedule October 2-3, 2011

Sunday, Oct 2

Detroit
Dallas
1:00pm ET

Pittsburgh
Houston
1:00pm ET

Carolina
Chicago
1:00pm ET

Minnesota
Kansas City
1:00pm ET
A
Buffalo
Cincinnati
1:00pm ET

Tennessee
Cleveland
1:00pm ET

Washington
St. Louis
1:00pm ET

San Francisco
Philadelphia
1:00pm ET

New Orleans
Jacksonville
1:00pm ET

Atlanta
Seattle
4:05pm ET

NY Giants
Arizona
4:05pm ET

New England
Oakland
4:15pm ET

Denver
Green Bay
4:15pm ET

Miami
San Diego
4:15pm ET

NY Jets
Baltimore
8:20pm ET

Monday, Oct 3

Indianapolis
Tampa Bay
8:30pm ET

MLB Schedule Sept 28, 2011

Cincinnati
NY Mets
1:10pm ET

Toronto
Chi White Sox
2:10pm ET

Colorado
San Francisco
3:45pm ET

Washington
Florida
4:10pm ET

Boston
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Cleveland
Detroit
7:05pm ET

Philadelphia
Atlanta
7:10pm ET

NY Yankees
Tampa Bay
7:10pm ET

Texas
LA Angels
8:05pm ET

St. Louis
Houston
8:05pm ET

Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

Kansas City
Minnesota
8:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
San Diego
8:35pm ET

LA Dodgers
Arizona
9:40pm ET

Oakland
Seattle
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 27, 2011

Cleveland 6
Detroit 9
Final

Boston 8
Baltimore 7
Final

NY Yankees 3
Tampa Bay 5
Final

Washington 2
Florida 3
Final

Cincinnati 5
NY Mets 4
Final 13

Philadelphia 7
Atlanta 1
Final

St. Louis 13
Houston 6
Final

Toronto 1
Chi White Sox 2
Final

Pittsburgh 4
Milwaukee 6
Final

Kansas City 4
Minnesota 7
Final

LA Dodgers 6
Arizona 7
Final 10

Chi Cubs 6
San Diego 2
Final

Texas 10
LA Angels 3
Final

Oakland 7
Seattle 0
Final

Colorado 0
San Francisco 7
Final

NHL Schedule Sept 28, 2011

Washington
Nashville
8:00pm ET

Detroit
Chicago
8:30pm ET

Carolina
Winnipeg
8:30pm ET

Los Angeles
Colorado
9:00pm ET

Vancouver
Anaheim
10:00pm ET

NHL Scores Sept 27, 2011

Dallas 4
Florida 3
Final OT

Toronto 5
Ottawa 3
Final

Pittsburgh 3
Los Angeles 2
Final OT

St. Louis 4
Minnesota 3
Final

Phoenix 2
Edmonton 3
Final

NY Islanders 0
Calgary 2
Final

Monday, September 26, 2011

It's Time To Make Changes In Miami As Dolphins Continue To Slide

The Miami Dolphins continue to struggle and making changes is something that they should consider right now. Coach Tony Sparano in my opinion is the first person that needs to be shown the door. Sparano has not been able to get the job done. I do not know if the talent level is just not good enough, but making a change at coach is the first step the Dolphins need to make.

Chad Henne has not played that bad at quarterback this season. His numbers are not bad except his high number of sacks worry me. I think keeping him at quarterback for a few more weeks is a good idea. He needs others around to help him make plays if the Dolphins want to win. Reggie Bush who was signed by the Dolphins actually has less rushing yards than Chad Henne. How can you win with a stat like that.

The defense has also been a big disappointment as well. Giving up huge chunks of yardage in crucial situations have really hurt the Dolphins. This maybe a season that the Dolphins need to find out who wants to play football and who just wants to collect a paycheck. If this is going to be a lost season than make the changes now so 2012 will be one Dolphin fans can be proud of.

NFL Schedule And Scores Sept 25-26, 2011

Monday, Sep 26

Washington
Dallas
8:30pm ET

Sunday, Sep 25

San Francisco 13
Cincinnati 8
Final

Jacksonville 10
Carolina 16
Final

Detroit 26
Minnesota 23
Final OT

Denver 14
Tennessee 17
Final

Miami 16
Cleveland 17
Final

NY Giants 29
Philadelphia 16
Final

Houston 33
New Orleans 40
Final

New England 31
Buffalo 34
Final

Baltimore 37
St. Louis 7
Final

NY Jets 24
Oakland 34
Final

Kansas City 17
San Diego 20
Final

Green Bay 27
Chicago 17
Final

Arizona 10
Seattle 13
Final

Atlanta 13
Tampa Bay 16
Final

Pittsburgh 23
Indianapolis 20
Final

MLB Schedule Sept 26, 2011

Boston
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Cleveland
Detroit
7:05pm ET

Philadelphia
Atlanta
7:10pm ET

Washington
Florida
7:10pm ET

Cincinnati
NY Mets
7:10pm ET

NY Yankees
Tampa Bay
7:10pm ET

St. Louis
Houston
8:05pm ET

Toronto
Chi White Sox
8:10pm ET

Kansas City
Minnesota
8:10pm ET

Pittsburgh
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

LA Dodgers
Arizona
9:40pm ET

Texas
LA Angels
10:05pm ET

Chi Cubs
San Diego
10:05pm ET

Oakland
Seattle
10:10pm ET

Colorado
San Francisco
10:15pm ET

NHL Scores Sept 25, 2011

Winnipeg 0
Carolina 4
Final

Buffalo 1
Columbus 4
Final

Chicago 3
Detroit 4
Final SO

Boston 7
Montreal 3
Final

Dallas 0
Colorado 3
Final

Edmonton 3
Calgary 0
Final

San Jose 4
Vancouver 3
Final

Anaheim 3
Los Angeles 1
Final

Sunday, September 25, 2011

NFL Scores Sept 25, 2011

Sunday, Sep 25

San Francisco 13
Cincinnati 8
Final

Jacksonville 10
Carolina 16
Final

Detroit 26
Minnesota 23
Final OT

Denver 14
Tennessee 17
Final

Miami 16
Cleveland 17
Final

NY Giants 29
Philadelphia 16
Final

Houston 33
New Orleans 40
Final

New England 31
Buffalo 34
Final

Baltimore 37
St. Louis 7
Final

NY Jets 24
Oakland 34
Final

Kansas City 17
San Diego 20
Final

Green Bay 27
Chicago 17
Final

Arizona 10
Seattle 13
Final

Atlanta 13
Tampa Bay 16
Final

MLB Scores Sept 25, 2011

Minnesota 6
Cleveland 4
Final 10

Boston 2
NY Yankees 6
Final

Boston 2
NY Yankees 3
Top 6th

Baltimore 6
Detroit 10
Final

Atlanta 0
Washington 3
Final

Cincinnati 5
Pittsburgh 4
Final

Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 5
Final

Colorado 19
Houston 3
Final

Florida 5
Milwaukee 9
Final

Philadelphia 9
NY Mets 4
Final

Kansas City 2
Chi White Sox 1
Final

Chi Cubs 2
St. Louis 3
Final

Seattle 5
Texas 12
Final

Oakland 6
LA Angels 5
Final

LA Dodgers 6
San Diego 2
Final

San Francisco 2
Arizona 5
Final

MLB Schedule Sept 25, 2011

Minnesota
Cleveland
1:05pm ET

Boston
NY Yankees
1:05pm ET

Boston
NY Yankees
2nd Game

Baltimore
Detroit
1:05pm ET

Atlanta
Washington
1:35pm ET

Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
1:35pm ET

Toronto
Tampa Bay
1:40pm ET

Colorado
Houston
2:05pm ET

Florida
Milwaukee
2:10pm ET

Philadelphia
NY Mets
2:10pm ET

Kansas City
Chi White Sox
2:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
St. Louis
2:15pm ET

Seattle
Texas
3:05pm ET

Oakland
LA Angels
3:35pm ET

LA Dodgers
San Diego
4:05pm ET

San Francisco
Arizona
4:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 24, 2011

Atlanta 1
Washington 4
Final

Minnesota 2
Cleveland 8
Final

Minnesota 6
Cleveland 7
Final

Chi Cubs 1
St. Louis 2
Final

Philadelphia 1
NY Mets 2
Final

Philadelphia 3
NY Mets 6
Final

Boston 1
NY Yankees 9
Final

Seattle 3
Texas 7
Final

Colorado 4
Houston 2
Final 13

Cincinnati 3
Pittsburgh 4
Final

Baltimore 6
Detroit 5
Final

Florida 4
Milwaukee 6
Final

Kansas City 3
Chi White Sox 6
Final

Toronto 2
Tampa Bay 6
Final

San Francisco 2
Arizona 15
Final

LA Dodgers 0
San Diego 3
Final

Oakland 2
LA Angels 4
Final

NFL Schedule Sept 25-26, 2011

Sunday, Sep 25

San Francisco
Cincinnati
1:00pm ET

Jacksonville
Carolina
1:00pm ET

Detroit
Minnesota
1:00pm ET

Denver
Tennessee
1:00pm ET

Miami
Cleveland
1:00pm ET

NY Giants
Philadelphia
1:00pm ET

Houston
New Orleans
1:00pm ET

New England
Buffalo
1:00pm ET

Baltimore
St. Louis
4:05pm ET

NY Jets
Oakland
4:05pm ET

Kansas City
San Diego
4:05pm ET

Green Bay
Chicago
4:15pm ET

Arizona
Seattle
4:15pm ET

Atlanta
Tampa Bay
4:15pm ET

Pittsburgh
Indianapolis
8:20pm ET

Monday, Sep 26

Washington
Dallas
8:30pm ET

College Football Scores Sept 24, 2011

Saturday, Sep 24

San Diego St 7
22 Michigan 28
Final

UNC 28
25 GA Tech 35
Final

Portland St 13
20 TCU 55
Final

13 VA Tech 30
Marshall 10
Final

11 Florida St 30
21 Clemson 35
Final

South Dakota 10
6 Wisconsin 59
Final

W Michigan 20
24 Illinois 23
Final

14 Arkansas 14
3 Alabama 38
Final

7 Okla St 30
8 Texas A&M 29
Final

UTEP 24
18 S Florida 52
Final

15 Florida 48
Kentucky 10
Final

Vanderbilt 3
12 S Carolina 21
Final

Rice 31
17 Baylor 56
Final

9 Nebraska 38
Wyoming 14
Final

2 LSU 47
16 W Virginia 21
Final

Missouri 28
1 Oklahoma 38
Final

Tulsa 21
4 Boise St 41
Final

10 Oregon 56
Arizona 31
Final

23 USC 22
Arizona St 43
Final

Saturday, September 24, 2011

MLB Schedule Sept 24, 2011

Atlanta
Washington
1:05pm ET

Minnesota
Cleveland
1:05pm ET

Minnesota
Cleveland
2nd Game

Chi Cubs
St. Louis
1:10pm ET

Philadelphia
NY Mets
1:10pm ET

Philadelphia
NY Mets
2nd Game

Boston
NY Yankees
4:10pm ET

Seattle
Texas
4:10pm ET

Colorado
Houston
7:05pm ET

Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
7:05pm ET

Baltimore
Detroit
7:05pm ET

Florida
Milwaukee
7:10pm ET

Kansas City
Chi White Sox
7:10pm ET

Toronto
Tampa Bay
7:10pm ET

San Francisco
Arizona
8:10pm ET

LA Dodgers
San Diego
8:35pm ET

Oakland
LA Angels
9:05pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 23, 2011

Baltimore 3
Detroit 4
Final 11

Cincinnati 3
Pittsburgh 4
Final

Atlanta 7
Washington 4
Final

Boston
NY Yankees
Ppd.

Minnesota 5
Cleveland 6
Final

Toronto 5
Tampa Bay 1
Final

Philadelphia
NY Mets
Ppd.

Seattle 3
Texas 5
Final

Colorado 2
Houston 11
Final

Florida 1
Milwaukee 4
Final

Kansas City 11
Chi White Sox 1
Final

Chi Cubs 5
St. Louis 1
Final

San Francisco 1
Arizona 3
Final

LA Dodgers 2
San Diego 0
Final

Oakland 3
LA Angels 1
Final

Friday, September 23, 2011

Will We See Peyton Manning This Season?

Indianapolis Colts fans are not use to an 0-2 start, and as the losses mount up the question will be is Peyton Manning going to play in 2011. If the Colts continue to lose and no improvement is made the Colts may just shut down Manning for the year. Once the Colts drop out of playoff contention why take a chance with Manning. The Colts brought in Kerry Collins because they knew Peyton Manning could miss most of the season.

The chances of us seeing Manning goes down with ever loss. I doubt if we will see Peyton Manning this season unless the Colts have a chance to make the playoffs. The Colts won't risk his health just to win a few games. The way it looks right now we will probably not see Peyton Manning suit up and that is disappointing for the league and Colts fans everywhere.

NBA Delays Opening Camps And Pre-Season, Is Regular Season Next

It looks like both sides are digging in for a long stalemate and of course the fans are the ones getting screwed in it all. The NBA announced the delay of training camps and preseason, but the bigger question is could fans lose some of the their NBA season as well.

Both sides do not seem to want to budge and until that happens it will be a stalemate for both sides. This could drag on for sometime and that is a shame. The fans want to watch NBA basketball, but for now it will not be around anytime soon. Hopefully, the NBA and it's players will look at the bigger picture and get some kind of deal worked out. The way it looks that could be a long time away.

Weekeknd College Football Schedule Sept 24, 2011

Saturday, Sep 24

San Diego St
22 Michigan
12:00pm ET

UNC
25 GA Tech
12:00pm ET

Portland St
20 TCU
2:00pm ET

13 VA Tech
Marshall
3:30pm ET

11 Florida St
21 Clemson
3:30pm ET

South Dakota
6 Wisconsin
3:30pm ET

W Michigan
24 Illinois
3:30pm ET

14 Arkansas
3 Alabama
3:30pm ET

7 Okla St
8 Texas A&M
3:30pm ET

UTEP
18 S Florida
7:00pm ET

15 Florida
Kentucky
7:00pm ET

Vanderbilt
12 S Carolina
7:00pm ET

Rice
17 Baylor
7:00pm ET

9 Nebraska
Wyoming
7:30pm ET

2 LSU
16 W Virginia
8:00pm ET

Missouri
1 Oklahoma
8:00pm ET

Tulsa
4 Boise St
8:00pm ET

10 Oregon
Arizona
10:15pm ET

23 USC
Arizona St
10:15pm ET

Is The Big 12 Dead?

It seems just when we think the Big 12 is dead it comes back to life like a cat with nine lives. If you have been following the Big 12 you know it's been a rollercoaster of sorts for the colleges in it and their fans as well. Is it time to put the Big 12 out to pasture?

The truth is the only thing keeping the Big 12 together right now is Oklahoma and Texas. If one of those two schools leave you might as well shut down the Big 12 for good. An option would be to merge with another conference. Maybe the Big East would be something they may want to consider right now.

I know unless the Big 12 does something fast they will be put out to pasture. That is a shame as it was a good conference for a very long time. It seems though they have lost their way and when that happens their life is the next thing to go.

MLB Schedule Sept 23, 2011

Baltimore
Detroit
7:05pm ET

Cincinnati
Pittsburgh
7:05pm ET

Atlanta
Washington
7:05pm ET

Boston
NY Yankees
7:05pm ET

Minnesota
Cleveland
7:05pm ET

Toronto
Tampa Bay
7:10pm ET

Philadelphia
NY Mets
7:10pm ET

Seattle
Texas
8:05pm ET

Colorado
Houston
8:05pm ET

Florida
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

Kansas City
Chi White Sox
8:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
St. Louis
8:15pm ET

San Francisco
Arizona
9:40pm ET

LA Dodgers
San Diego
10:05pm ET

Oakland
LA Angels
10:05pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 22, 2011

Seattle 2
Minnesota 3
Final

NY Mets 8
St. Louis 6
Final

Texas 3
Oakland 4
Final

Washington 6
Philadelphia 1
Final

Chi White Sox 2
Cleveland 11
Final

Tampa Bay 15
NY Yankees 8
Final

Baltimore 6
Detroit 5
Final

LA Angels 3
Toronto 4
Final 12

Colorado 6
Houston 9
Final

San Francisco 2
LA Dodgers 8
Final

NHL Schedule Sept 23, 2011

Nashville
Carolina
7:00pm ET

NY Rangers
New Jersey
7:00pm ET

NY Islanders
Boston
7:00pm ET

Buffalo
Toronto
7:00pm ET

Montreal
Ottawa
7:30pm ET

Philadelphia
Detroit
7:30pm ET

Florida
Tampa Bay
7:30pm ET

Washington
Chicago
8:00pm ET

Columbus
Minnesota
8:00pm ET

St. Louis
Colorado
9:00pm ET

Anaheim
San Jose
10:30pm ET

NHL Scores Sept 22, 2011

Detroit 4
Philadelphia 3
Final OT

Chicago 1
Pittsburgh 4
Final

Minnesota 1
St. Louis 0
Final

Colorado 2
Dallas 5
Final

Vancouver 2
Edmonton 1
Final

Thursday, September 22, 2011

College Football Schedule Sept 24, 2011

Saturday, Sep 24

San Diego St
22 Michigan
12:00pm ET

UNC
25 GA Tech
12:00pm ET

Portland St
20 TCU
2:00pm ET

13 VA Tech
Marshall
3:30pm ET

11 Florida St
21 Clemson
3:30pm ET

South Dakota
6 Wisconsin
3:30pm ET

W Michigan
24 Illinois
3:30pm ET

14 Arkansas
3 Alabama
3:30pm ET

7 Okla St
8 Texas A&M
3:30pm ET

UTEP
18 S Florida
7:00pm ET

15 Florida
Kentucky
7:00pm ET

Vanderbilt
12 S Carolina
7:00pm ET

Rice
17 Baylor
7:00pm ET

9 Nebraska
Wyoming
7:30pm ET

2 LSU
16 W Virginia
8:00pm ET

Missouri
1 Oklahoma
8:00pm ET

Tulsa
4 Boise St
8:00pm ET

10 Oregon
Arizona
10:15pm ET

23 USC
Arizona St
10:15pm ET

NHL Schedule Sept 22, 2011

Detroit
Philadelphia
7:00pm ET

Chicago
Pittsburgh
7:00pm ET

Minnesota
St. Louis
8:00pm ET

Colorado
Dallas
8:30pm ET

Vancouver
Edmonton
9:00pm ET

NHL Scores Sept 21, 2011

St. Louis 4
Tampa Bay 3
Final

New Jersey 2
NY Rangers 1
Final OT

Detroit 2
Pittsburgh 3
Final

Washington 3
Columbus 4
Final OT

Toronto 4
Philadelphia 2
Final

Buffalo 3
Montreal 1
Final

Boston 1
Ottawa 2
Final OT

San Jose 6
Anaheim 1
Final

Los Angeles 3
Phoenix 2
Final

Phoenix 2
Los Angeles 1
Final SO

MLB Schedule Sept 22, 2011

Seattle
Minnesota
1:10pm ET

NY Mets
St. Louis
1:45pm ET

Texas
Oakland
3:35pm ET

Washington
Philadelphia
7:05pm ET

Chi White Sox
Cleveland
7:05pm ET

Tampa Bay
NY Yankees
7:05pm ET

Baltimore
Detroit
7:05pm ET

LA Angels
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Colorado
Houston
8:05pm ET

San Francisco
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 21, 2011

Houston 0
Cincinnati 2
Final

Tampa Bay 2
NY Yankees 4
Final

Tampa Bay 2
NY Yankees 4
Final

Milwaukee 1
Chi Cubs 7
Final

San Diego 4
Colorado 0
Final

Pittsburgh 5
Arizona 8
Final

Chi White Sox 8
Cleveland 4
Final

Washington 7
Philadelphia 5
Final

LA Angels 7
Toronto 2
Final

Atlanta 0
Florida 4
Final

Baltimore 6
Boston 4
Final

Seattle 5
Minnesota 4
Final

Detroit 6
Kansas City 3
Final

NY Mets 5
St. Louis 6
Final

Texas 3
Oakland 2
Final

San Francisco 8
LA Dodgers 5
Final

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

MLB Scores Sept 20, 2011

Washington 4
Philadelphia 3
Final 10

Washington 3
Philadelphia 0
Final

Chi White Sox 3
Cleveland 4
Final

Chi White Sox 5
Cleveland 4
Final

Tampa Bay 0
NY Yankees 5
Final

LA Angels 10
Toronto 6
Final

Houston 4
Cincinnati 6
Final

Baltimore 7
Boston 5
Final

Atlanta 4
Florida 0
Final

Milwaukee 5
Chi Cubs 1
Final

Seattle 5
Minnesota 4
Final

Detroit 2
Kansas City 10
Final

NY Mets 6
St. Louis 11
Final

San Diego 2
Colorado 1
Final

Pittsburgh 5
Arizona 3
Final

Texas 7
Oakland 2
Final

San Francisco 1
LA Dodgers 2
Final

NHL Pre-Season Scores Sept 20, 2011

Philadelphia 4
Toronto 0
Final

Nashville 2
Washington 0
Final

Winnipeg 1
Columbus 5
Final

Dallas 6
Montreal 3
Final

Tampa Bay 1
St. Louis 3
Final

Columbus 1
Winnipeg 6
Final

Chicago 2
Edmonton 4
Final

Vancouver 1
Calgary 5
Final

Minnesota 4
Edmonton 3
Final

Phoenix 7
Anaheim 4
Final

Calgary 3
Vancouver 4
Final

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

NHL Schedule Sept 20, 2011

Philadelphia
Toronto
7:00pm ET

Nashville
Washington
7:00pm ET

Winnipeg
Columbus
7:00pm ET

Dallas
Montreal
7:30pm ET

Tampa Bay
St. Louis
8:00pm ET

Columbus
Winnipeg
8:30pm ET

Chicago
Edmonton
9:00pm ET

Vancouver
Calgary
9:00pm ET

Minnesota
Edmonton
9:00pm ET

Phoenix
Anaheim
10:00pm ET

Calgary
Vancouver
10:00pm ET

MLB Schedule Sept 20, 2011

Washington
Philadelphia
1:05pm ET

Washington
Philadelphia
2nd Game

Chi White Sox
Cleveland
1:05pm ET

Chi White Sox
Cleveland
2nd Game

Tampa Bay
NY Yankees
7:05pm ET

LA Angels
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Houston
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Baltimore
Boston
7:10pm ET

Atlanta
Florida
7:10pm ET

Milwaukee
Chi Cubs
8:05pm ET

Seattle
Minnesota
8:10pm ET

Detroit
Kansas City
8:10pm ET

NY Mets
St. Louis
8:15pm ET

San Diego
Colorado
8:40pm ET

Pittsburgh
Arizona
9:40pm ET
A
Texas
Oakland
10:05pm ET

San Francisco
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

Manning Leads Giants Over Mistake Prone Rams 28-16

The New York Giants will take any kind of win they can get early in the season. Last night they were able to beat the mistake prone St. Louis Rams by a score of 28-16. The Giants Michael Boley scoop up a lateral and scored, while Eli Manning threw two touchdown passes for the New York Giants. Manning completed 18 of 29 passes for 200 yards, two touchdown and an interception. A win is a win no matter how ugly it maybe.

For the Rams they had just too many mistakes and when you do that you will not win to many games in the NFL. Sam Bradford was 22 of 46 for 331 yards, but the lateral mistake was costly for the Rams. In all four big mistakes doomed the Rams in this game. Unless they cut down on their mistakes they are not going to beat too many teams this coming season.

WNBA Scores Sept 19, 2011

New York 62
Indiana 72
Final

Fever win series 2-1

Phoenix 77
Seattle 75
Final

Mercury win series 2-1

MLB Scores Sept 19, 2011

Minnesota 4
NY Yankees 6
Final

Baltimore 6
Boston 5
Final

Baltimore 9
Boston 18
Final

Seattle 12
Cleveland 6
Final 7

St. Louis 4
Philadelphia 3
Final

LA Angels 2
Toronto 3
Final 10

Houston 3
Cincinnati 2
Final

Atlanta 5
Florida 6
Final

Milwaukee 2
Chi Cubs 5
Final

San Diego 8
Colorado 2
Final

Pittsburgh 0
Arizona 1
Final

NHL Scores Sept 19, 2011

Nashville 3
Florida 4
Final

Carolina 1
Buffalo 3
Final

Ottawa 2
Toronto 4
Final

Nashville 5
Florida 3
Final

Monday, September 19, 2011

Triple H And Cena Wins At Night Of Champions

The latest WWE Pay per view was an interesting one to say the least. It was called Night Of Champions as some titles changed hands. Let's get right too it. Kelly Kelly defeated Beth Phoenix again which I will admit was a surprise to me. I guess we can no longer doubt what Kelly can do inside the ring.

Mark Henry was able to overpower a game Randy Orton to take the his first World Heavyweight Championship of his career. It will be interesting to see how long Henry holds onto it. John Cena defeated Albert Del Rio which was something I think we all seen coming. Triple H defeated C.M. Punk in a wild match that seen many different things. I think we knew Triple H was not going to lose this one and his title of COO to anyone else.

Sheamus gave Christian a boot which we all wanted to see. The Miz and R-Truth wined like they always have after they lost. Air Boom continues their winning ways by defending the tag titles. Ted DiBiase defeated Cody Rhoades and Dolph Zigger continued to win as well. Not a bad pay per view, but nothing really earth shattering that's for sure.

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MLB Schedule Sept 19, 2011

Minnesota
NY Yankees
1:05pm ET

Baltimore
Boston
1:05pm ET

Baltimore
Boston
2nd Game

Seattle
Cleveland
4:05pm ET

St. Louis
Philadelphia
7:05pm ET

LA Angels
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Houston
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Atlanta
Florida
7:10pm ET

Milwaukee
Chi Cubs
8:05pm ET

San Diego
Colorado
8:40pm ET

Pittsburgh
Arizona
9:40pm ET

Justin Verlander Roaring Tiger This Season

For a little while there was a question who was the best pitcher in the American League, but that has all been sorted out. Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander is head and shoulders better than everyone else. Verlander has a 24-5 record and has won 12 straight decisions. He is one of the main reasons the Detroit Tigers are in the conversation about teams that could be in the World Series. He became the first pitcher to win 12 straight starts since Minnesota's Johan Santana in 2004, according to STATS LLC. Verlander has a 2.28 ERA with 91 strikeouts in 87 innings over his streak.

Verlander has the most wins in a major league season since Arizona's Randy Johnson in 2002. With another victory, he would become the winningest pitcher in a season since Oakland's Bob Welch went 27-6 in 1990. What's next for the Tiger's ace? He would like to play the first playoff series in front of the home fans. The way he is pitching he may play a lot of games in front of the home fans.

Inside The NFL Week 2 What We Have Seen Is Shocking

Well week two has arrived Inside The NFL and many different things have shocked this blogger that's for sure. Let's start with those loveable Detroit Lions that we all use to make fun of. The Lions are now 2-0 after dismantling the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 48-3. The Indianapolis Colts played without Peyton Manning for a second week in a row and they looked like a team that may not win until Manning gets back.

We also have Tom Brady who always seems to perform well no matter who he is playing against. The Patriots took care of the mistake prone San Diego Chargers once again. The Texans and Saints continue to roll along as well. Cam Newton has had back to back 400 yard passing games, but have two losses to show for it though.

As we enter week three teams that are 0-2 need a win. The Colts and Dolphins are two teams that better get better real quick. If not they may find themselves looking at some changes and quickly. In Miami the most likely change will be their coach. While in Indianapolis they must look to replace Peyton Manning, especially if he is not ready anytime soon. Week three should be very interesting and you never know what it may bring.

WNBA Playoff Scores Sept 18, 2011

Connecticut 64
Atlanta 69
Final

Dream win series 2-0

Minnesota 75
San Antonio 84
Final

Series tied 1-1

NFL Scores And Schedule Sept 18-19, 2011

Monday, Sep 19

St. Louis
NY Giants
8:30pm ET

Sunday, Sep 18

Oakland 35
Buffalo 38
Final

Kansas City 3
Detroit 48
Final

Chicago 13
New Orleans 30
Final

Cleveland 27
Indianapolis 19
Final

Tampa Bay 24
Minnesota 20
Final

Green Bay 30
Carolina 23
Final

Seattle 0
Pittsburgh 24
Final

Baltimore 13
Tennessee 26
Final

Arizona 21
Washington 22
Final

Jacksonville 3
NY Jets 32
Final

Dallas 27
San Francisco 24
Final OT

Cincinnati 22
Denver 24
Final
B
San Diego 21
New England 35
Final

Houston 23
Miami 13
Final

Philadelphia 31
Atlanta 35
Final

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Tony Romo Plays Hurt And Shut's His Critics Up

Last week everyone blamed Tony Romo for the Cowboys opening season loss, but those critics cannot have nothing but good things to say about Romo now. Playing with a fractured rib Romo was able to rally the Dallas Cowboys to a 27-24 overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers on the road. Romo hit Jesse Holley on a 77-yard completion on the Cowboys’ first play of overtime that set up Dan Bailey’s winning 19-yard field goal. Just a week ago Romo was the goat, but now for awhile this should shut-up a few of his critics who questioned him and his ability to make plays.

Romo completed 20 of 33 passes for 345 yards and was in a lot of pain after the game. The San Francisco 49ers have to feel they let one get away. This is a game they probably should have won, but give the Cowboys and Romo credit for fighting back and getting the win in overtime. It's wins like this that can define your season. The next thing the Cowboys have to worry about is Romo's health for his next game.

MLB Scores Sept 18, 2011

NY Yankees 0
Toronto 3
Final

Milwaukee 8
Cincinnati 1
Final

NY Mets 7
Atlanta 5
Final

Florida 3
Washington 4
Final

Tampa Bay 8
Boston 5
Final

LA Angels 11
Baltimore 2
Final

Cleveland 6
Minnesota 5
Final

Chi White Sox 10
Kansas City 5
Final

Houston 3
Chi Cubs 2
Final

San Francisco 12
Colorado 5
Final

Arizona 5
San Diego 1
Final

Detroit 3
Oakland 0
Final

Pittsburgh 1
LA Dodgers 15
Final

Texas 3
Seattle 0
Final

Lexi Thompson Youngest To Win An LPGA Event At 16

Lexi Thompson does not seem to mind the spotlight much as she captured the Navistar LPGA Classic Presented by Monaco RV by five strokes. At just 16 years old she became the youngest to win an LPGA event on tour. It will be interesting to see how she does the rest of her career. Many times when players win at an early age they struggle to win again. I guess we will have to wait and see how it plays out for her though.


Pos Name 1 2 3 4 Today Thru Total Strokes
1 Lexi Thompson 66 68 67 70 -2 F -17 271
2 Tiffany Joh 68 75 65 68 -4 F -12 276
3 Angela Stanford 73 69 69 66 -6 F -11 277
T4 Brittany Lang 71 68 72 67 -5 F -10 278
T4 Karen Stupples 72 68 68 70 -2 F -10 278
T6 Stacy Lewis 68 68 73 70 -2 F -9 279
T6 Meena Lee 73 64 69 73 +1 F -9 279
T8 Morgan Pressel 69 71 73 67 -5 F -8 280
T8 Jenny Shin 70 70 72 68 -4 F -8 280
T8 Jennifer Johnson 65 73 71 71 -1 F -8 280

NFL Scores Sept 18, 2011

Oakland 35
Buffalo 38
Final

Kansas City 3
Detroit 48
Final

Chicago 13
New Orleans 30
Final

Cleveland 27
Indianapolis 19
Final

Tampa Bay 24
Minnesota 20
Final

Green Bay 30
Carolina 23
Final

Seattle 0
Pittsburgh 24
Final

Baltimore 13
Tennessee 26
Final

Arizona 21
Washington 22
Final

Jacksonville 3
NY Jets 32
Final

Dallas 27
San Francisco 24
Final OT

Cincinnati 22
Denver 24
Final

San Diego 21
New England 35
Final

Houston 23
Miami 13
Final

AP College Football Poll Sept 18, 2011

AP Top 25

1.Oklahoma (37)
2.LSU (14)
3.Alabama (7)
4.Boise St. (2)
5.Stanford
6.Wisconsin
7.Oklahoma St.
8.Texas A&M
9.Nebraska
10.Oregon
11.Florida St.
12.South Carolina
13.Virginia Tech
14.Arkansas
15.Florida
16.West Virginia
17.Baylor
18.South Florida
19.Texas
20.TCU
21.Clemson
22.Michigan
23.USC
24.Illinois
25.Georgia Tech

Pittsburgh And Syracuse Added To ACC

Well the ACC just got bigger and much better as they have added two more teams. The ACC announced Sunday that its council of presidents unanimously voted to accept the two schools from the Big East. The move increases the ACC’s membership to 14 and sends the Big East scrambling to replace two of its cornerstone programs. The Big East’s exit fee is $5 million, and schools wanting to leave must provide 27 months’ notice.

My take on the move is the ACC got much stronger and the Big East will be hurt by this move. The problem is we have two many teams leaving conferences and jumping to other conferences. The NCAA is going to eventually have to step in because it is not fair to the fans of these teams or the sport as a whole. Jumping from one conference to another for the best deal is not the way to do it. Something has to change or a team will move again when they find a better deal.

MLS Scores Sept 17, 2011

Colorado vs. 1
Toronto FC 2
Final

Chivas USA vs. 2
Chicago 3
Final

Columbus vs. 0
Philadelphia 1
Final

New York vs. 1
FC Dallas 0
Final

San Jose vs. 1
Houston 2
Final

Kansas City vs. 0
Real Salt Lake 1
Final

DC United vs. 0
Seattle 3
Final

VAN vs. 0
Los Angeles 3
Final

College Football Scores Sept 15-Sept 17, 2011

Thursday, Sep 15

3 LSU 19
25 Miss St 6
Final

Friday, Sep 16

4 Boise St 40
Toledo 15
Final

Saturday, Sep 17

21 Auburn 24
Clemson 38
Final

18 W Virginia 37
Maryland 31
Final

LA Monroe 17
23 TCU 38
Final

Washington 38
11 Nebraska 51
Final

Tennessee 23
16 Florida 33
Final

7 Wisconsin 49
N Illinois 7
Final

15 Michigan St 13
Notre Dame 31
Final

23 Texas 49
UCLA 20
Final

Missouri St. 7
12 Oregon 56
Final

Arkansas St 7
13 VA Tech 26
Final

Navy 21
10 S Carolina 24
Final

SFA 0
19 Baylor 48
Final

22 Arizona St 14
Illinois 17
Final

Florida A&M 17
20 S Florida 70
Final
Idaho 7
9 Texas A&M 37
Final

N Texas 0
2 Alabama 41
Final

Troy 28
14 Arkansas 38
Final

17 Ohio St 6
Miami (FL) 24
Final

1 Oklahoma 23
5 Florida St 13
Final

8 Okla St 59
Tulsa 33
Final

6 Stanford 37
Arizona 10
Final

MLB Schedule Sept 18, 2011

NY Yankees
Toronto
1:07pm ET

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
1:10pm ET

NY Mets
Atlanta
1:35pm ET

Florida
Washington
1:35pm ET

Tampa Bay
Boston
1:35pm ET

LA Angels
Baltimore
1:35pm ET

Cleveland
Minnesota
2:10pm ET

Chi White Sox
Kansas City
2:10pm ET

Houston
Chi Cubs
2:20pm ET

San Francisco
Colorado
3:10pm ET

Arizona
San Diego
4:05pm ET

Detroit
Oakland
4:05pm ET

Pittsburgh
LA Dodgers
4:10pm ET

Texas
Seattle
4:10pm ET

St. Louis
Philadelphia
8:05pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 17, 2011

Houston 1
Chi Cubs 2
Final

NY Yankees 7
Toronto 6
Final

Cleveland 10
Minnesota 4
Final

Detroit 3
Oakland 5
Final

NY Mets 0
Atlanta 1
Final

Tampa Bay 4
Boston 3
Final

Florida 4
Washington 1
Final 13

St. Louis 2
Philadelphia 9
Final

LA Angels 2
Baltimore 6
Final

Chi White Sox 3
Kansas City 10
Final

Milwaukee 10
Cincinnati 1
Final

Texas 7
Seattle 6
Final

San Francisco 6
Colorado 5
Final

Arizona 1
San Diego 3
Final

Pittsburgh 1
LA Dodgers 6
Final

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Boise State And Kellen Moore Roll Over Toledo 40-15

The one thing you can say about Boise State and their quarterback Kellen Moore they are very consistent. Last night, a upstart Toledo team was hoping for an upset, but Kellen More quickly dashed any hopes that was going to happen Friday Night. Moore threw for 455 yards and 5 touchdowns connecting on 32 of 42 passes help stop Toledo by a score of 40-15. The running game was not going well so Boise State took to the air and Moore did another fine job like he always done.

Moore will be in the Heisman Trophy running again this year and well deserved. His record as quarterback of Boise State has been just amazing. It's a shame that Boise State and Moore does not get more credit for what they have accomplished the last few years. I guess that's how it is in college football. Maybe the ultimate level of respect Boise State has gained is not a lot of teams want to schedule them anymore. This could be the year Boise State makes the National Championship you never know.

College Football Schedule For Sept 15-17

Saturday, Sep 17

21 Auburn
Clemson
12:00pm ET

18 W Virginia
Maryland
12:00pm ET

LA Monroe
23 TCU
2:00pm ET

Washington
11 Nebraska
3:30pm ET

Tennessee
16 Florida
3:30pm ET

7 Wisconsin
N Illinois
3:30pm ET

15 Michigan St
Notre Dame
3:30pm ET

23 Texas
UCLA
3:30pm ET

Missouri St.
12 Oregon
3:30pm ET

Arkansas St
13 VA Tech
4:00pm ET

Navy
10 S Carolina
6:00pm ET

SFA
19 Baylor
7:00pm ET

22 Arizona St
Illinois
7:00pm ET

Florida A&M
20 S Florida
7:00pm ET

Idaho
9 Texas A&M
7:00pm ET

N Texas
2 Alabama
7:30pm ET

Troy
14 Arkansas
7:30pm ET

17 Ohio St
Miami (FL)
7:30pm ET

1 Oklahoma
5 Florida St
8:00pm ET

8 Okla St
Tulsa
10:00pm ET

6 Stanford
Arizona
10:45pm ET

Thursday, Sep 15

3 LSU 19
25 Miss St 6
Final

Friday, Sep 16

4 Boise St 40
Toledo 15
Final

WNBA Playoff Scores

Atlanta 89
Connecticut 84
Final

Dream lead series 1-0

San Antonio 65
Minnesota 66
Final

Lynx lead series 1-0

MLB Schedule Sept 17, 2011

Houston
Chi Cubs
1:05pm ET

NY Yankees
Toronto
1:07pm ET

Cleveland
Minnesota
1:10pm ET

Detroit
Oakland
4:10pm ET

NY Mets
Atlanta
4:10pm ET

Tampa Bay
Boston
4:10pm ET

Florida
Washington
7:05pm ET

St. Louis
Philadelphia
7:05pm ET

LA Angels
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Chi White Sox
Kansas City
7:10pm ET

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Texas
Seattle
7:10pm ET

San Francisco
Colorado
8:10pm ET

Arizona
San Diego
8:35pm ET

Pittsburgh
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 16, 2011

Houston 3
Chi Cubs 4
Final 12

St. Louis 4
Philadelphia 2
Final 11

LA Angels 3
Baltimore 8
Final

Florida 3
Washington 0
Final

NY Yankees 4
Toronto 5
Final

Tampa Bay 3
Boston 4
Final

Milwaukee 6
Cincinnati 3
Final

NY Mets 12
Atlanta 2
Final

Cleveland 7
Minnesota 6
Final

Chi White Sox 6
Kansas City 7
Final

San Francisco 9
Colorado 1
Final

Detroit 3
Oakland 1
Final

Arizona 0
San Diego 2
Final

Texas 0
Seattle 4
Final

Pittsburgh 2
LA Dodgers 7
Final

Friday, September 16, 2011

Did Paul Menard Cost Jeff Gordon A Victory?

It seems that this story about Paul Menard and if he did or did not intentionally wreck will not go away. In fact Nascar is going to look into it and see if there is any truth to the rumors that have been swirling about the incident. My take on all this if Menard did do it I doubt if it was the first time a driver has done it, and it will not be the last.

Now if Nascar does find out that Menard did do it on purpose than this could open up a big hornet's nest for Nascar. It means that races could be affected by drivers who wreck to bring out cautions which is something Nascar does not need right now. I think in the end nothing will come of it and Nascar will just let it blow over. If they find something I do not even know if they would want to release it to the public anyways.

The NBA Better Settle This Lockout Soon Or I Will Go Crazy

The NBA and their lockout are really getting on my last nerve and they are pissing me off. As a blogger, I always look forward to the off-season, trades, and player movement. What have I gotten this off-season is jerked around and I am not happy about it. The NBA season must commence on time or as a blogger, I will miss out on so much.

I will not be able see Lebron James and Dwayne Wade in press conferences complaining how everyone hates them. How the world is a better place every time the Heat loses. Okay Wade and James I will admit it I really am not fond of either one of you. With a lockout though how can I write about all your screw-ups. Then we have Shaq who has retired and has teamed-up with Charles Barkley to do color commentary on games. Now that is something that is must-see television.

Another thing I will miss is all the NBA players and meltdowns they have during the season. Ron Artest has changed his name to whatever, and how about all those fantastic finishes I will miss because of the NBA lockout. Okay David Stern I am putting this at your lap. I expect you to do something about it. I know you got the refs signed to a deal, but without players, refs are no good to you.

Because I like you David Stern I will give you the benefit of the doubt, but right now, the NBA is pissing me off. Are you going to force me to watch NHL hockey this season and write about it as well. It seems that way Mr. Stern. Get a deal done, as I am tired of being pissed off at the NBA.

Tim Tebow Making Smart Decisions Even From The Bench

I know my readers love Tim Tebow, so I could not resist writing about his latest exploits
Okay I will admit it I am no Tim Tebow fan and I have been one of his most vocal critics, but this post is to defend Tim Tebow for once. I know this maybe the only time you see me defend Tim Tebow, so enjoy it for what it's worth. Kyle Orton is struggling at quarterback and the fans want Tim Tebow, which is something that can be expected. The fans love Tebow and it is understandable that they want to see their guy.

The fans had planned to buy billboard space and lobbying for Tim Tebow to be the quarterback. Now Tebow stepped in and said he would rather have the fans donate the money to charity instead, which was a great move on Tebow. I never said Tebow was dumb just do not think he is an NFL quarterback that’s all. Tim Tebow told his fans he will wait his turn and when given an opportunity he will take advantage of it.

Tim Tebow is saying all the right things and making the right decisions right now. For that, I must commend Tim Tebow, so for now I will not get on his back as much. Unless he starts playing then I can give my opinion of his play. Having a quarterback controversy is not good for a football team and it was great to see Tebow squash it right away. Now he can go back to holding the clipboard for the time being.

College Football Schedule And Scores Sept 15-17, 2011

Friday, Sep 16

4 Boise St
Toledo
8:00pm ET

Thursday, Sep 15

3 LSU 19
25 Miss St 6
Final

Saturday, Sep 17

21 Auburn
Clemson
12:00pm ET

18 W Virginia
Maryland
12:00pm ET

LA Monroe
23 TCU
2:00pm ET

Washington
11 Nebraska
3:30pm ET

Tennessee
16 Florida
3:30pm ET

7 Wisconsin
N Illinois
3:30pm ET

15 Michigan St
Notre Dame
3:30pm ET

23 Texas
UCLA
3:30pm ET

Missouri St.
12 Oregon
3:30pm ET

Arkansas St
13 VA Tech
4:00pm ET

Navy
10 S Carolina
6:00pm ET

SFA
19 Baylor
7:00pm ET

22 Arizona St
Illinois
7:00pm ET

Florida A&M
20 S Florida
7:00pm ET

Idaho
9 Texas A&M
7:00pm ET

N Texas
2 Alabama
7:30pm ET

Troy
14 Arkansas
7:30pm ET

17 Ohio St
Miami (FL)
7:30pm ET

1 Oklahoma
5 Florida St
8:00pm ET

8 Okla St
Tulsa
10:00pm ET

6 Stanford
Arizona
10:45pm ET

MLB Schedule Sept 16, 2011

Houston
Chi Cubs
2:20pm ET

St. Louis
Philadelphia
7:05pm ET

LA Angels
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Florida
Washington
7:05pm ET

NY Yankees
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Tampa Bay
Boston
7:10pm ET

Milwaukee
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

NY Mets
Atlanta
7:35pm ET

Cleveland
Minnesota
8:10pm ET

Chi White Sox
Kansas City
8:10pm ET

San Francisco
Colorado
8:10pm ET

Detroit
Oakland
10:05pm ET

Arizona
San Diego
10:05pm ET

Texas
Seattle
10:10pm ET

Pittsburgh
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 15, 2011

Washington 10
NY Mets 1
Final

Florida 1
Philadelphia 3
Final

Florida 1
Philadelphia 2
Final 10

Chi Cubs 6
Cincinnati 8
Final 11

Tampa Bay 9
Boston 2
Final

Cleveland 4
Texas 7
Final

Chi White Sox 2
Kansas City 7
Final

San Francisco 8
Colorado 5
Final

Detroit 1
Oakland 6
Final

Pittsburgh 6
LA Dodgers 2
Final

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Brewers Will Be Better Without Prince Fielder

Prince Fielder came out in an interview and hinted this will probably be the last year he is with the Brewers. Now Brewers fans should not be too disappointed because actually this is a good thing. Milwaukee will be better with Fielder gone and here is why. First, the Brewers will save money on the cap and can direct it in other areas. Secondly, this also gives the Brewers a chance to see if Mat Gamel or others can step in and pick up the slack.

The Brewers will miss the production that Fielder gave them, but they will not miss his inconsistency in the clutch. For as good as Prince Fielder has been he has never been a clutch performer when the Brewers have needed him. This season he has been anything but clutch, so losing him in my opinion will not be as bad as many people think.

Many times you have to make changes and the change at first in reality will be good for the Brewers. It may not seem like it right now, but over the long haul it will be. It's time Brewers fans look towards the future and Fielder should not be in those plans.

MLB Schedule Sept 15, 2011

Washington
NY Mets
1:10pm ET

Florida
Philadelphia
2:35pm ET

Florida
Philadelphia
2nd Game

Chi Cubs
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Tampa Bay
Boston
7:10pm ET

Cleveland
Texas
8:05pm ET

Chi White Sox
Kansas City
8:10pm ET

San Francisco
Colorado
8:40pm ET

Detroit
Oakland
10:05pm ET

Pittsburgh
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 14, 2011

Florida 1
Atlanta 4
Final

St. Louis 3
Pittsburgh 2
Final

Toronto 5
Boston 4
Final

Philadelphia 1
Houston 0
Final

Detroit 6
Chi White Sox 5
Final 10

LA Angels 4
Oakland 1
Final

San Diego 1
San Francisco 3
Final

Minnesota 3
Kansas City 7
Final

Tampa Bay 2
Baltimore 6
Final

Cleveland 1
Texas 9
Final

Washington 2
NY Mets 0
Final

Chi Cubs 2
Cincinnati 7
Final

Colorado 6
Milwaukee 2
Final

Arizona 2
LA Dodgers 3
Final

NY Yankees 1
Seattle 2
Final 12

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Is It Time For Ozzie To Go In Chicago?

The Chicago White Sox continue there free fall and many people are wondering if the players have tuned out Ozzie Guillen. Is it time for Ozzie to go? Many people seem to think so and it is interesting that you have not heard any players step up to defend their manager much in the media. The White Sox have been getting beaten badly at times and that never bodes well for the manager.

Ozzie Guillen has been a very good manager for the White Sox, but maybe a change is needed. Sometimes players start to tune out a manager and that is what I think is happening to Ozzie. His players have grown tired of his antics and do not listen to him much anymore. The White Sox are talented and should be playing better baseball then they are right now.

This could be the last time we see Ozzie in a Chicago White Sox uniform as I expect him to be fired at season's end. I do not see how you can keep a guy where the players do not seem to perform well for him. Even when a team is losing they play hard, and at times you do not see that from the White Sox. A sad end it looks like for a guy who loves to manage the Chicago White Sox.

Pirates Grab Their 19th Straight Losing Season With Loss To St. Louis

The Pittsburgh Pirates have clinched their 19th consecutive losing a record for a major league franchise in North America. The Pirates looked like 2011 would be different for them as on July 20 the Pirates were 51-44 and led the NL Central by a half-game. Since that time though the Pirates have gone 16-38 since, and at 67-82 are ensured of another sub.-500 record.

Pirates fans deserve better, but another losing season will go into the books for them. I really thought this would be the year they broke the string, but it will not happen this year. Clint Hurdle had them playing well for awhile, but it is the Pirates and apparently losing continues to be a tradition with them.

Mariano Rivera Notches His 600th Save

No matter what anyone tells you 600 saves is a big milestone even if Mariano Rivera does not want to admit to it. Not many people in baseball history can claim 600 saves. In fact, only Rivera and Trevor Hoffman can actually make that claim. Rivera has been a model of consistency for the Yankees and he will tie Hoffman's record of 601 probably the next time he pitches. Rivera is a lock for the Hall Of Fame and may go down as the best reliever ever in the game of baseball.

Most Saves In MLB History

Trevor Hoffman 601
Mariano Rivera 600
Lee Smith 478
John Franco 424
Billy Wagner 422

NFL Schedule Week 2 Sept 18-19

Sunday, Sep 18

Oakland
Buffalo
1:00pm ET

Kansas City
Detroit
1:00pm ET

Chicago
New Orleans
1:00pm ET

Cleveland
Indianapolis
1:00pm ET
A
Tampa Bay
Minnesota
1:00pm ET

Green Bay
Carolina
1:00pm ET

Seattle
Pittsburgh
1:00pm ET

Baltimore
Tennessee
1:00pm ET

Arizona
Washington
1:00pm ET

Jacksonville
NY Jets
1:00pm ET

Dallas
San Francisco
4:05pm ET

Cincinnati
Denver
4:15pm ET

San Diego
New England
4:15pm ET

Houston
Miami
4:15pm ET

Philadelphia
Atlanta
8:20pm ET

Monday, Sep 19

St. Louis
NY Giants
8:30pm ET

MLB Schedule Sept 14, 2011

Florida
Atlanta
12:05pm ET

St. Louis
Pittsburgh
12:35pm ET

Toronto
Boston
1:35pm ET

Philadelphia
Houston
2:05pm ET

Detroit
Chi White Sox
2:10pm ET

LA Angels
Oakland
3:35pm ET

San Diego
San Francisco
3:45pm ET

Minnesota
Kansas City
4:10pm ET

Tampa Bay
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Cleveland
Texas
7:05pm ET

Washington
NY Mets
7:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Colorado
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

Arizona
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

NY Yankees
Seattle
10:10pm ET
A

MLB Scores Sept 13, 2011

Tampa Bay 2
Baltimore 4
Final

St. Louis 6
Pittsburgh 4
Final

Florida 1
Atlanta 7
Final

Toronto 6
Boston 18
Final

Chi Cubs 1
Cincinnati 2
Final

Washington 3
NY Mets 2
Final

Philadelphia 2
Houston 5
Final

Cleveland 4
Texas 10
Final

Minnesota 0
Kansas City 4
Final

Detroit 5
Chi White Sox 0
Final

Colorado 1
Milwaukee 2
Final 11

LA Angels 6
Oakland 3
Final

Arizona 5
LA Dodgers 4
Final 10

NY Yankees 3
Seattle 2
Final

San Diego 2
San Francisco 3
Final 12

Monday, September 12, 2011

Texas Longhorns Make A Change At Quarterback

It seems the love affair with Garrett Gilbert was short lived as he is now on the bench while Case McCoy Colt McCoy's younger brother and David Ash will handle the quarterback duties for the Longhorns. Gilbert threw two interceptions against BYU and was booed by the home crowd. Gilbert had a decent season last year, but it seems for now he will be on the bench for the Texas Longhorns. Another change is Freshman Malcolm Brown is listed as the starting tailback after leading Texas in rushing the first two games.

Mack Brown is a guy who wants to keep his job and he knows that unless Texas gets wins and move up the rankings he could be looking for a new job. Longhorn fans want results and if Brown cannot get them they will bring someone else in. Case McCoy and David Ash are young, but Brown is hoping they can get the job done for the Longhorns. If not this could be Mack Brown's last year as Texas Longhorn coach.

Michael Jordan Gets 100,000 Fine For Sharing His Opinion

Michael Jordan has learned as a owner you have to follow certain rules even if your name is Michael Jordan. The NBA fined Michael Jordan $100,000 for public comments he made last month about the lockout and one of the league's players, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. I really think this is stupid, but it's the NBA and rules are rules I guess.

In an Aug. 19 interview with The Herald Sun, a newspaper in Australia, the Charlotte Bobcats owner spoke extensively about the need for revenue sharing and mentioned Milwaukee Bucks' Australian center Andrew Bogut. I think Jordan has learned his lesson and while their is a lockout look for him to keep quiet on any NBA subject. He can afford the 100,000, but I am sure he is not happy about it.

What We Learned About The Phillies And Brewers This Weekend

The Milwaukee Brewers have one of the best home records in baseball and this past weekend they welcomed the Philadelphia Phillies to Miller Park. Philadelphia has been the most consistent baseball team this season and they proved it again this weekend. The Phillies went in and took three out of four from the Milwaukee Brewers. In fact, the Brewers got lucky they did not get swept by the Phillies.

What did we learn from this series? Both teams have good starting pitching, but Philadelphia is just a little bit better. Milwaukee has some good hitters, but the Phillies hitters performed in the clutch the Brewers did not. Both teams are talented, but over time the Phillies have proven they can beat anyone almost anywhere. The Milwaukee Brewers are still a team trying to learn how to do that. It looks right now the Phillies are still the best until someone proves different. This past weekend the Brewers found out just how good the Phillies are.

Tony Romo Has Another Cowboy Meltdown In Loss To Jets

Tony Romo can look like the next coming of Roger Staubach, but at times he can also have meltdowns that cost the Dallas Cowboys games. Last night, he had another one of his meltdowns as the Dallas Cowboys lost to the New York Jets by a score of 27-24. It looked like the Cowboys and Romo were going to start the season out right, but Romo fumbled and threw an interception in the final seconds to seal the Cowboys fate.

Throughout his career Tony Romo has made it a habit of costing his team games. Last night, his teammates came to his defense, but how much longer can they do that when he is costing them games. It would be okay if Romo had led the Cowboys to a Super Bowl, but he has not. Everyone knows in the league that Romo buckles under pressure and against good teams it always seems to happen. There is going to come a time when Jerry Jones is going to have to rethink his decision about Romo being the guy to lead the Cowboys. If losses keep piling up like this changes may need to be made.

WNBA Scores Sept 11, 2011

New York 63
Connecticut 69
Final

Atlanta 93
Indiana 88
Final

Minnesota 96
Phoenix 90
Final

San Antonio 102
Tulsa 94
Final OT

Chicago 70
Seattle 81
Final

Could Brian Kelly Be In Hot Seat Already?

Brian Kelly is finding out that life at Notre Dame can be awful tough. Last night at Michigan, the Fighting Irish looked like they would get their first win of the season. The problem was Brian Kelly's Irish only played three quarters and not four. Michigan had a great fourth quarter and shocked Notre Dame by a score of 35-31. It now puts Notre Dame at 0-2 and Michigan State up next.

For the Irish and Brian Kelly it is back to the drawing board. Yes, the Irish can move the ball and score points, but unless you play some defense, they will never beat anyone. You cannot try to have a shootout with teams week after week. Kelly will start to really feel the pressure if Notre Dame goes 0-3. Kelly left Cincinnati because he wanted a high profile job and Notre Dame was it.

It is much tougher to get those wins when you play tough teams week after week. Toss in everyone wants to beat Notre Dame and Brian Kelly has a tough uphill climb. Kelly is finding out why no coach since Lou Holtz has been able to make Notre Dame a consistent winner. It is tough, and it can break you very quickly. It will be interesting to see how Notre Dame does against Michigan State a game they must win.

NFL Week 1 Schedule And Scores Sept 8-12, 2011

Monday, Sep 12

New England
Miami
7:00pm ET

Oakland
Denver
10:15pm ET

Thursday, Sep 8

New Orleans 34
Green Bay 42
Final

Sunday, Sep 11

Philadelphia 31
St. Louis 13
Final

Buffalo 41
Kansas City 7
Final

Atlanta 12
Chicago 30
Final

Detroit 27
Tampa Bay 20
Final

Tennessee 14
Jacksonville 16
Final

Cincinnati 27
Cleveland 17
Final

Pittsburgh 7
Baltimore 35
Final

Indianapolis 7
Houston 34
Final

NY Giants 14
Washington 28
Final

Minnesota 17
San Diego 24
Final

Carolina 21
Arizona 28
Final

Seattle 17
San Francisco 33
Final

Dallas 24
NY Jets 27
Final

MLB Schedule Sept 12, 2011

St. Louis
Pittsburgh
7:05pm ET

Tampa Bay
Baltimore
7:05pm ET

Florida
Atlanta
7:10pm ET

Washington
NY Mets
7:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
Cincinnati
7:10pm ET

Philadelphia
Houston
8:05pm ET

Detroit
Chi White Sox
8:10pm ET

LA Angels
Oakland
10:05pm ET

NY Yankees
Seattle
10:10pm ET

Arizona
LA Dodgers
10:10pm ET

San Diego
San Francisco
10:15pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 11, 2011

Minnesota 1
Detroit 2
Final

Baltimore 5
Toronto 6
Final

Florida 4
Pittsburgh 1
Final

Houston 2
Washington 8
Final

Boston 1
Tampa Bay 9
Final

Cleveland 7
Chi White Sox 3
Final

Philadelphia 2
Milwaukee 3
Final

Atlanta 3
St. Louis 6
Final

Oakland 1
Texas 8
Final

Cincinnati 1
Colorado 4
Final

NY Yankees 6
LA Angels 5
Final

LA Dodgers 1
San Francisco 8
Final

San Diego 7
Arizona 6
Final

Kansas City 2
Seattle 1
Final

Chi Cubs 10
NY Mets 6
Final 11

Sunday, September 11, 2011

NFL Football Schedule Week 1 Sept 8-12, 2011

Sunday, Sep 11

Philadelphia
St. Louis
1:00pm ET

Buffalo
Kansas City
1:00pm ET

Atlanta
Chicago
1:00pm ET

Detroit
Tampa Bay
1:00pm ET

Tennessee
Jacksonville
1:00pm ET

Cincinnati
Cleveland
1:00pm ET

Pittsburgh
Baltimore
1:00pm ET

Indianapolis
Houston
1:00pm ET

NY Giants
Washington
4:15pm ET

Minnesota
San Diego
4:15pm ET

Carolina
Arizona
4:15pm ET

Seattle
San Francisco
4:15pm ET

Dallas
NY Jets
8:20pm ET

Thursday, Sep 8

New Orleans 34
Green Bay 42
Final

Monday, Sep 12

New England
Miami
7:00pm ET

Oakland
Denver
10:15pm ET

College Football Scores Sept-8-10, 2011

Thursday, Sep 8
Arizona 14
9 Okla St 37
Final

Friday, Sep 9

21 Missouri 30
Arizona St 37
Final OT

Saturday, Sep 10

Fla Atlantic 0
17 Michigan St 44
Final

Toledo 22
15 Ohio St 27
Final

Oregon St 0
8 Wisconsin 35
Final

16 Miss St 34
Auburn 41
Final

Norfolk St 12
19 W Virginia 55
Final

6 Stanford 44
Duke 14
Final

3 Alabama 27
23 Penn St 11
Final

25 TCU 35
Air Force 19
Final

11 VA Tech 17
E Carolina 10
Final

Nevada 20
13 Oregon 69
Final

12 S Carolina 45
Georgia 42
Final

Charleston S. 10
5 Florida St 62
Final

UAB 0
18 Florida 39
Final

Ball St 7
22 S Florida 37
Final

BYU 16
24 Texas 17
Final

Fresno St 29
10 Nebraska 42
Final

New Mexico 3
14 Arkansas 52
Final

N'western St 3
2 LSU 49
Final

MLB Schedule Sept 11, 2011

Minnesota
Detroit
1:05pm ET

Baltimore
Toronto
1:07pm ET

Florida
Pittsburgh
1:35pm ET

Houston
Washington
1:35pm ET

Boston
Tampa Bay
1:40pm ET

Cleveland
Chi White Sox
2:10pm ET

Philadelphia
Milwaukee
2:10pm ET

Atlanta
St. Louis
2:15pm ET

Oakland
Texas
3:05pm ET

Cincinnati
Colorado
3:10pm ET

NY Yankees
LA Angels
3:35pm ET

LA Dodgers
San Francisco
4:05pm ET

San Diego
Arizona
4:10pm ET

Kansas City
Seattle
4:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
NY Mets
8:05pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 10, 2011

Baltimore 4
Toronto 5
Final

Chi Cubs 5
NY Mets 4
Final

Oakland 8
Texas 7
Final

Cincinnati 7
Colorado 12
Final

Minnesota 2
Detroit 3
Final

Cleveland 3
Chi White Sox 7
Final 10

Houston 9
Washington 3
Final

Florida 3
Pittsburgh 0
Final

Philadelphia 3
Milwaukee 2
Final 10

Boston 5
Tampa Bay 6
Final 11

Atlanta 3
St. Louis 4
Final

San Diego 5
Arizona 6
Final 10

LA Dodgers 3
San Francisco 0
Final

NY Yankees 0
LA Angels 6
Final

Kansas City 4
Seattle 2
Final

Friday, September 9, 2011

Are The Colts Screwed Without Peyton Manning?

With Peyton Manning having his second neck surgery many Colts fans are probably down in the dumps. They should not be as it is not the end of the world. Peyton Manning will be back, and in reality Colts fans do not want him back until he is 100 percent healthy anyways. Now where does this leave the Indianapolis Colts and their chances in 2011.

Now I will admit the Colts are not as good when Peyton Manning is not under center, but it is also not the end of the world either. Kerry Collins is more than capable of getting the Colts in position to win week after week. He knows what it takes to win games and will do whatever it takes to get those wins. If Colts fans give Collins a chance they will find out that he is a capable back-up that will fill in nicely until No.18 gets back under center. The Colts will be fine, and another playoff appearance should also be within reach.

NFL Schedule Week 1 Sept 8-12, 2011

Thursday, Sep 8

New Orleans 34
Green Bay 42
Final

Sunday, Sep 11

Philadelphia
St. Louis
1:00pm ET

Buffalo
Kansas City
1:00pm ET

Atlanta
Chicago
1:00pm ET

Detroit
Tampa Bay
1:00pm ET

Tennessee
Jacksonville
1:00pm ET

Cincinnati
Cleveland
1:00pm ET

Pittsburgh
Baltimore
1:00pm ET

Indianapolis
Houston
1:00pm ET

NY Giants
Washington
4:15pm ET

Minnesota
San Diego
4:15pm ET

Carolina
Arizona
4:15pm ET

Seattle
San Francisco
4:15pm ET

Dallas
NY Jets
8:20pm ET

Monday, Sep 12

New England
Miami
7:00pm ET

Oakland
Denver
10:15pm ET

College Football Schedule Sept 8-10, 2011

Friday, Sep 9

21 Missouri
Arizona St
10:30pm ET

Thursday, Sep 8

Arizona 14
9 Okla St 37
Final

Saturday, Sep 10

Fla Atlantic
17 Michigan St
12:00pm ET

Toledo
15 Ohio St
12:00pm ET

Oregon St
8 Wisconsin
12:00pm ET

16 Miss St
Auburn
12:20pm ET

Norfolk St
19 W Virginia
1:00pm ET

6 Stanford
Duke
3:30pm ET

3 Alabama
23 Penn St
3:30pm ET

25 TCU
Air Force
3:30pm ET

11 VA Tech
E Carolina
3:30pm ET

Nevada
13 Oregon
3:30pm ET

12 S Carolina
Georgia
4:30pm ET

Charleston S.
5 Florida St
6:00pm ET

UAB
18 Florida
7:00pm ET

Ball St
22 S Florida
7:00pm Et

BYU
24 Texas
7:00pm ET

Fresno St
10 Nebraska
7:00pm ET

New Mexico
14 Arkansas
7:00pm ET

N'western St
2 LSU
8:00pm ET

Packers Open Defense Of Title With A 42-34 Win Over Saints

It doesn't seem that the Green Bay Packers have lost a step since their Super Bowl win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Packers needed a goal line stand and got it to take a hard fought 42-34 win over the New Orleans Saints. Aaron Rodgers looked very good and made the throws he needed too. The defense was a little suspect at times, but it is the first game of the season and you must remember that.

For the New Orleans Saints Drew Brees threw for 419 yards and three touchdowns, but it was not enough to get the Saints the win. On defense New Orleans just gave up to many big plays and that will kill you when that happens. Both teams played hard and it was a great way to kickoff the NFL season after having a strike. The slate of games this weekend should make it for a great weekend of NFL football.

MLB Schedule Sept 9, 2011

Florida
Pittsburgh
7:05pm ET

Houston
Washington
7:05pm ET

Minnesota
Detroit
7:05pm ET

Baltimore
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Boston
Tampa Bay
7:10pm ET

Chi Cubs
NY Mets
7:10pm ET

Oakland
Texas
8:05pm ET

Philadelphia
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

Cleveland
Chi White Sox
8:10pm ET

Atlanta
St. Louis
8:15pm ET

Cincinnati
Colorado
8:40pm ET

San Diego
Arizona
9:40pm ET

NY Yankees
LA Angels
10:05pm ET

Kansas City
Seattle
10:10pm ET

LA Dodgers
San Francisco
10:15pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 8, 2011

LA Dodgers 7
Washington 4
Final

LA Dodgers
Washington
Ppd.

NY Yankees 4
Baltimore 5
Final 10

Atlanta 6
NY Mets 5
Final

Atlanta 5
NY Mets 1
Final

Boston 4
Toronto 7
Final

Philadelphia 7
Milwaukee 2
Final

Cleveland 1
Chi White Sox 8
Final

San Diego 1
Arizona 4
Final

Kansas City 1
Seattle 4
Final

Thursday, September 8, 2011

MLB Schedule Sept 8, 2011

LA Dodgers
Washington
1:05pm ET

LA Dodgers
Washington
2nd Game

NY Yankees
Baltimore
1:05pm ET

Atlanta
NY Mets
4:10pm ET

Atlanta
NY Mets
2nd Game

Boston
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Philadelphia
Milwaukee
8:10pm ET

Cleveland
Chi White Sox
8:10pm ET

San Diego
Arizona
9:40pm ET

Kansas City
Seattle
10:10pm ET

MLB Scores Sept 7, 2011

Detroit 8
Cleveland 6
Final

Baltimore 5
NY Yankees 4
Final 11

Texas 4
Tampa Bay 5
Final 10

Kansas City 0
Oakland 7
Final

NY Mets 1
Florida 0
Final

San Francisco 1
San Diego 3
Final

Atlanta 2
Philadelphia 3
Final

Houston 4
Pittsburgh 5
Final

LA Dodgers
Washington
Ppd.

Boston 10
Toronto 11
Final

Cincinnati 3
Chi Cubs 6
Final

Chi White Sox 4
Minnesota 5
Final

Milwaukee 0
St. Louis 2
Final

Arizona 5
Colorado 3
Final

Seattle 1
LA Angels 3
Final

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Jeff Gordon Holds Off Jimmie Johnson To Grab 85th Win

Jeff Gordon and Jimmie Johnson are teammates, but winning races never gets old as Gordon bested his teammate for his 85th win in Atlanta. Johnson did his best to prevent Gordon from winning, but the Gordon had other ideas and took the checkered flag for his 85th win. Johnson and Gordon could be the two who battle for the Championship you never know. No matter what Gordon is back and a force again in Nascar Racing.

1. Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet
2. Jimmie Johnson Chevrolet
3. Tony Stewart, Chevrolet
4. Kurt Busch, Dodge
5. Carl Edwards, Ford
6. Brad Keselowski, Dodge
7. Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet
8. Denny Hamlin, Toyota
9. Matt Kenseth, Ford
10. AJ Allmendinger, Ford

MLB Schedule Sept 7, 2011

Detroit
Cleveland
12:05pm ET

Baltimore
NY Yankees
1:05pm ET

Texas
Tampa Bay
1:10pm ET

Kansas City
Oakland
3:35pm ET

NY Mets
Florida
5:10pm ET

San Francisco
San Diego
6:35pm ET

Atlanta
Philadelphia
7:05pm ET

Houston
Pittsburgh
7:05pm ET

LA Dodgers
Washington
7:05pm ET

Boston
Toronto
7:07pm ET

Cincinnati
Chi Cubs
8:05pm ET

Chi White Sox
Minnesota
8:10pm ET

Milwaukee
St. Louis
8:15pm ET

Arizona
Colorado
8:40pm ET

Seattle
LA Angels
10:05pm ET

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