Archive | October, 2010

NFL Week 8 Scores and recaps

The Lions beat the Redskins for their second win of the season, the Jets were shut out, the Bills took it to OT and the Cowboys were humiliated in Jerry’s house. Full scores and recap here.

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BCS Top 25 Week 9 – “What We Learned”

With college football Week 9 is in the books, “What Did We Learn?” The Oregon Duck is surprisingly flabby for doing so many pushups, the Boise State male cheerleaders do girl pushups and. . . .

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Rangers take Game 3, pull within one

Back at home in Arlington, the Texas Rangers took Game 3 of the World Series 4-2 last night behind solid pitching and a couple of long balls.

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FREE MARIJUANA, when Giants hit a homerun

More than the scoreboard lit up whenever the Giants hit a homerun during the first two games of the World Series. When one went over the fence, the ReLeaf Herbal Center distributed FREE MARIJUANA.

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NHL Bolts off to sizzling start

It’s early in the season but one has to think that Tampa Bay Lightning General Manager Steve Yzerman has to be a strong candidate for Executive of the Year.

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NFL coaching hot seat fires up

It’s that time of year… World Series, windbag politicians kissing babies, crisp feel in the air. What better way to warm up than by examining the annual NFL coaching hot seat?

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Giants win Game 2 with another blowout

Matt Cain shut down the Rangers vaunted lineup throwing 7.2 scoreless innings and allowing just four hits while the bats did the rest in a huge 8th inning.

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Thrashers beat Rangers 6-4 at MSG

The Atlanta Thrashers finally showcased their potential on the offensive end of the ice last night with three players having multi-point games in a 6-4 win over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Gardens.

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KO of the Week

The KO of the Week video features Mark Hunt, no relation to Mike, and Roy “Big County” Nelson.

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Freddy Sanchez, Giants jump on Lee win Game 1

With a couple of Cy Young award winners facing off, Game One of the World Series was expected to be a pitcher’s duel but neither hurler was on top of their game.

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