Sports Blurbals

By Patrick Gallagher
October 26, 2010

World Series matchup set: Giants Vs. Rangers

The fall classic is matchup is set with the Texas Rangers pitted against the San Francisco Giants. The Rangers beat out defending 2009 World Series champions the New York Yankees. They won the American League title for the first time in franchise history. It has been a year of first for the Rangers where they won their first postseason and continued from there. The Giants will be looking for their first series title since 1954. They beat the defending National League Champions, Philadelphia Phillies for the National League pennant. They meet for the 2010 World Series Title.

Original Story at | Oct. 25, 2010

Oklahoma falls, Third straight No. 1

For the third straight week the number one ranked team in college football lost. Oklahoma, who was ranked number one in the first week of the BCS rankings, fell to Missouri 36-27. This is the third number one ranked team that has lost this season on college football.  The new BCS standings have given Auburn the number one spot.

Original Story at ESPN | Oct. 23, 2010

NBA season starts with much anticipation on big three

The 2010-2011 NBA season is set to start on Oct. 26. The season will open with the much-anticipated Miami Heat taking on the Boston Celtics at 7:30.  The offseason has been the talk of the sports world with huge team changes in many teams but none bigger then the trio that now resides in Miami. Everyone is looking to see if this move for dominance is going to happen or if there will just be too many cooks in the kitchen.

Titans control the air as they beat the Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles fell this past Sunday to the Tennesseee Titans at a score of 37-19. The win was generated primarily on the 27 point 4th quarter. Kerry Collins, who stepped in to replace injured Vince Young, threw for 276 yards and three touchdowns. The birds held pro bowl running back Chris Johnson to just 66 total rushing yards but unfortunately could not contain wideout Kenny Britt. Britt put up 225 yards, one for 80 yards, and scored three touchdowns to help seal the win over the Eagles. The Birds have the week of and will look to prepare for their clash with Peyton Manning and the Colts on Nov. 7.

Original Story at ESPN | Oct. 24, 2010

Farve watch 2010: Latest Injuries could sideline

It is easy to say that Brett Farve is not is his prime. He has had countless surgeries and is now faced with broken bones in the very place that he tried to fix in the offseason. After his three interception performance last Sunday, head coach Brad Childress thinks Farve may be more receptive to some of his advice. Over the past year Farve and Childress have struggled to be on the same page offensively. Childress may have contemplated sitting Farve this upcoming week but with the injury it gives him an opportunity to bench Farve without making it look like a demotion. Childress did say Farve will be the starter once he is healthy enough to return. Taking the field then will be back-up quarterback Tarvaris Jackson who will have his hands full with the skilled and well coached New England Patriots this weekend.

Original Story at ESPN | Oct. 25, 2010

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