1. Kentucky

2. Michigan State

3. Arizona

4. Kansas

5. Louisville


Week of September 25th, 2017 


Each week I'll write about the world of sports:

*A memo to MLB teams: get all teams to comply and extend netting down 1st & 3rd base lines at least to the end of dugouts.

*How big is Husker Nation? Just ask ex-AD SHAWN EICHORST, who was fired! Blaming Shawn is absurd 

*Would love to see Carmelo Anthony with LeBron James. Carmelo has not been treated right by the Knicks over the last two years. 

*Sir Charles, the NBA stars are not babies. They simply want to play at a high level, which is better for fans as well.

*Ok my Bucs were routed by the Vikings. Defense was not as good as Bucs fans expected, team must regroup.

*Patriots staged great comeback to win. Tom Brady finds ways to get it done.






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Week of September 25th, 2017


Oklahoma City acquired Carmelo Anthony.

Tom Brady led the Patriots to a win.

Stanford's Bryce Love had over 260 rushing yards.

The Bills beat the Broncos.

Alabama blew out Vanderbilt.

TCU won at Oklahoma State.

Georgia handled Mississippi State.

Michigan defeated Purdue.

The Yankees clinched a playoff berth.

The Lions gave Jim Caldwell a contract extension.

The Dodgers won the NL West.

Chris Sale got his 300th strikeout of the season.



Florida State was upset by NC State.

UCLA gave up 58 points to Stanford.

The Ravens were blasted by the Jaguars.

The Panthers lost at home to the Saints.

The Dolphins lost to the Jets.

The Bucs lost in Minnesota. 

The Dolphins suspended Lawrence Timmons.

Colorado lost at home by 27 points.

Rutgers football was put on two years probation.


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Quote of the Week

"In discussing the protests by athletes, it is fantastic that we have the right to disagree."

  -Dick Vitale