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September 13, 2022

What a weekend in sports.
College football saw several major upsets. Appalachian State stunned Texas A&M. Marshall beat Notre Dame. Washington State won at Wisconsin. Georgia Southern shocked Nebraska, a loss which led to Scott Frost’s firing.
The US Open crowned its champions. Iga Swiatek beat Ons Jabeur to win the women’s singles. Carlos Alcaraz had a great run, beating Maran Cilic, Jannek Sinner, Frances Tiafoe and Caspar Ruud to win the men’s crown.
The NFL got under way. The Bills blew out the defending Super Bowl champion Rams. Patrick Mahomes threw for 360 yards and five TDs in a win over Arizona. The Giants rallied from a 13-0 deficit to shock the Titans.
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September 5, 2022

Serena Williams is the GOAT in women’s tennis. Her career in singles likely ended with a third round loss at the US Open. The turnout was incredible for Serena.

A tip the hat to the Buckeyes of Ohio State for taking over in the fourth quarter to deny Notre Dame ⁦from pulling a big upset. Too much CJ Stroud and company.

A big NBA deal as the Cavs get Donovan Mitchell from Utah. They may have given up too much. Collin sexton, lauri markannen. Ochai Agbayi, three first and two pick swaps head to the Jazz.

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August 29, 2022

The college football season got under way. Nebraska continues to struggle, losing as a big favorite to Northwestern in Ireland.
Vanderbilt, which was 2-10 last season, got off to a great start. The Commodores won at Hawaii, 63-10. Vandy’s high point total last season was 30, they doubled that in week one!
Congratulations to Rory McElroy, who rallied to win The Players Championship. Plus a salute to Hawaii on winning the Little League World Series.
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August 22, 2022

I had a great time at the Bal Harbour St. Regis resort. It was awesome, baby!
Albert Pujols is on fire and he could catch Alex Rodriguez on the HR list. The Cardinals won seven in a row.
Serena Williams lost in the first round of a tourney in Cincinnati. She fell to Emma Raducanu.
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August 14, 2022

 

Congratulations to Will Zalatoris, who earned his first career PGA title. He won the first FedEx playoff, winning on the third hole of sudden death at the St. Jude tourney.
Rays pitcher Drew Rasmussen had a special outing, taking a perfect game into the ninth inning vs. Baltimore before the O’s broke it up with a double.
Simona Halep impressed winning a tourney in Canada. Can she make noise at the US Open?
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Quote of the Week

“The University of Virginia dealt with a painful week with three football players killed. The basketball team beat Baylor and Illinois."
-Dick Vitale