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October 5th, 2020

College football has had so many upsets.

Oklahoma lost back-to-back regular season games for the first time since 1999, falling to Iowa State.

Texas lost to TCU. Central Florida fell to Tulsa. Mississippi State was stunned by Arkansas. Pittsburgh lost to NC State and Memphis was upset by SMU. Not easy to figure out.

Tom Brady had five TD passes vs. the Chargers. The Seahawks remained unbeaten. The Cowboys fell to 1-3.

Jimmy Butler had a monster game as the Heat pulled back to down 2-1 against the Lakers in the finals.

The French Open saw shockers on the women’s side as seeds 1, 2 and 5 missed out of the quarterfinals.

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September 28th, 2020

College football saw a couple of major upsets as a pair of top 10 teams fell at home. Oklahoma lost to Kansas State while Mississippi State, led by KJ Costello’s SEC record 623 passing yards, stunned LSU.

The wildest game of the weekend had Texas rallying to beat Texas Tech, 63-56.

Seattle moved to 3-0 as Russell Wilson had another five TD passes. The Bills beat the Rams to move to 3-0. The Bears are a surprising 3-0.

The Jets, Giants and Falcons are among 0-3 teams.

The Lakers eliminated Denver to advance to the NBA Finals. Miami got past Boston to set up a good final.

The Tampa Bay Lightning had a shot to win the Stanley Cup but were forced to game six by Dallas.

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September 21st, 2020

Another busy sports week.

Bryson DeChambeau won the US Open, his first golf major.

The NFL had some great games. The Chiefs rallied to beat the Chargers in OT. The Cowboys came from way back to stun the Falcons. Tom Brady and Leonard Fournette led the Bucs to the winner’s circle.

College football saw Central Florida win impressively at Georgia Tech. Notre Dame won by 52 over South Florida.

The Lakers took a 2-0 series lead over the Nuggets.

Tennis saw a shock when Rafael Nadal lost at Italy.

The Padres earned their first playoff berth in 14 years.

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September 14th, 2020

The NFL season started with Patrick Mahomes leading Kansas City past Houston. Then the Tom Brady-Drew Brees matchup was the headline on Sunday, with the Saints getting the win. DeAndre Hopkins had 14 caches for 151 yards in Arizona’s upset of San Francisco.

Miami dominated top-seeded Milwaukee in its Eastern Conference series.

Naomi Osaka impressed on and off the court in winning the US Open. Domenic Thiem won the men’s singles in a five-set final.

College football had a few surprises. Louisiana won at Iowa State. Kansas State lost to Arkansas State. Coastal Carolina won at Kansas.

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September 7th, 2020

A busy sports week with NBA, NHL, MLB, NFL news, US Open tennis and PGA.

The Bucks stayed alive with a win over the Heat Sunday. Boston won two of three from Toronto. The West is tight early. The NY Islanders, Tampa Bay, Dallas and Las Vegas made the NHL’s final four.

The Yankees have really struggled lately, losing again Sunday vs. Baltimore. The AL Central remains an incredible race.

Novak Djokovic was disqualified in a stunning turn at the US Open. American women have been a pleasant surprise as Jen Brady and Shelby Rogers have moved on. 

Mike Trout hit his 300th HR. The Rays moved further ahead in the Al East. 

Adrian Peterson landed in Detroit. Leonard Fournette became a Buc.

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