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Week of November 19th, 2018


 

Up

The Saints destroyed the Eagles.

The Texans won their seventh in a row.

The Steelers won their sixth straight game.

Mookie Betts and Christian Yellich earned MVP honors.

Blair Snell and Jacob DeGrom earned Cy Young awards.

Shohei Ohtani and Ronald Acuna Jr. were named Rookie of the Year.

Michigan blew out Villanova

Indiana took care of Marquette.

Iowa beat Oregon and UConn.

Notre Dame football was impressive vs. Syracuse.

Kemba Walker had a 60-point game.

Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor rushed for 321 yards vs. Purdue.

Washington State QB Gardner Minshew threw seven TD passes.

UCLA RB Joshua Kelley ran for 289 yards vs. USC.

Central Florida remained unbeaten.

C. Vivian Stringer got her 1000th career win.

Commissioner Rob Manfred got a new five-year deal.

Les Miles was hired as Kansas coach.

Down

The Jaguars blew a 16-0 lead to the Steelers.

The Cardinals lost to the Raiders.

The Rockets got rid off Carmelo Anthony.

Villanova lost to Michigan and Furman.

Syracuse lost to UConn. and Oregon.

Rajón Rondo broke his hand.

Notre Dame lost to Radford

LeVeon Bell is ineligible for the season.

The Bills released Nathan Peterman.

West Virginia football lost to Oklahoma State.

West Virginia basketball lost to Western Kentucky.

Illinois was blitzed by Iowa.

Michigan State scored six points vs. Nebraska.

Colorado fired football coach Mike MacIntyre.

Quote of the Week

“Michigan hoops is heading for a big season as this team plays superb defense.”

 -Dick Vitale