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College Football Bettors Had A Roller Coaster Weekend In The SEC

SECThe South Eastern Conference saw some great action this Saturday. Five out of the top ten teams in the country, according to the AP poll, were from the SEC going into the contests. #1 Alabama, #4 LSU, #5 Georgia, #6 South Carolina and #10 Florida. No other conference in the nation can boast such a showing in the polls. Saturday October 6 was show down time down south. Finally, after 4 weeks of miss matched games, we get down to some real SEC type action.

The #1 ranked Alabama Crimson Tide had a bi- week but maintained its position as #1 in the SEC and #1 in the nation. At this point in the season, they look very strong and almost unbeatable. Principal competition for the Tide was supposed to come from LSU but the Tigers got off to a lack luster start this year. On paper the LSU looked very impressive indeed but th Continue Reading →

Europeans Rally Past Americans To Take The Ryder Cup

Ryder CupWhat looked like a potential runaway for the Americans turned into a thrilling nail-biter as Europe, playing in memory of Seve Ballesteros, won the 39th Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club, 14 ½-13 ½.

With the score tied 13-13, the Cup came down to the final two matches, and four players who hadn’t yet won a point. Martin Kaymer made a clutch, six-foot par putt on 18 to defeat Steve Stricker and give the Europeans a 14-13 lead. That guaranteed them at least a tie, which meant they would retain the Cup because they won the 2010 matches at Celtic Manor in Wales. Continue Reading →

Replacement Refs Consistently Bad On Monday Night Football

Replacement RefsLast Week the whole melodrama of the locked out refs turned from ridiculous to absurd on Monday Night Football. With the whole world watching, Seattle Quarterback Russell Wilson threw a “Hail Mary” into the end zone on the final play of the game. One ref signaled touchdown, the other signaled interception (touchback) leaving players and fans alike wandering around in frustrated confusion.

Here is how it went down.

Green Bay had the lead by a score of 12-7 in Monday’s game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks. Seattle threatened late then faced Continue Reading →

Sports Rennasance In Brooklyn

Sports Rennasance in BrooklynBrooklyn Dodgers pitcher Danny McDevitt wound up and delivered, Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman Dee Fondy swung and grounded to shortstop Don Zimmer, who threw to first baseman Gil Hodges for the third out in the top of the ninth. Game over, Dodgers 2, Pirates 0, on Sept. 24, 1957. With that play, major professional team sports went dark in Brooklyn for 5½ Decades as other pro sports teams played in Manhattan, the Bronx, Queens and across the river in New Jersey.

On Nov. 1, the lights go back on in state-of-the-art, $1 billion, 18,200-seat Barclays Center when the NBA’s Nets settle in to Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights. It’s an area of modern amenities including Best Buy, Starbucks, Target, new condos, homegrown shops and restaurants Continue Reading →

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