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    2 months ago

    It’s Finally Friday! The football weekend kicked off last night as the Panthers and Texans got after it on Thursday Night Football. The college kids are back in action for Week 4 of the College Football season as we breakdown the top storylines. The MLB playoff race continues to keep us glued to the TV and the biggest rivalry in sports has a crucial series with the Yankees visiting the Red Sox this weekend. The WNBA Playoffs tipped off, UFC 266 is going to be a banger and the Ryder Cup tees off today…LFG Blitzers!

    WTF Stat of the Day: After his 78th minute goal against Getafe, Atletico Madrid soccer player Luis Suarez has now scored at least one goal in every single minute of a game from 1′ to 90+7′ during his career

    DAILY HEADLINES
    Ryder Cup pairings for Day 1 have been released with Blitzer Justin Thomas and Jordan Spieth kicking things off for Team USA against Jon Rahm and Sergio Garcia at 8:05am ET – see the full list of Day 1 matchups here… got get ’em JT!

    Christian McCaffery left the Panthers Thursday Night football game early after pulling up with a hamstring injury – CMC is coming off a severe ankle injury from the 2020 season

    Tom Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero made news when he stated Bill Belichick was unable “to evolve” TB12 – in classic TB12 fashion he responded only to say that he is solely focused on this season

    Lions HC Dan Campbell confirmed that the organization is looking to trade LB Jamie Collins – the LB has yet to find a permanent home after several successful years in NE

    St. Louis Cardinals have now won 12 games in a row following a come from behind victory vs the Brewers yesterday – this is the Cardinals longest win streak since 1982

    Several NBA players remain unvaccinated most notably Andrew Wiggins on the Warriors causing trade rumors to swirl – the NBA remains committed to not mandating players to get the vaccine

    Race to the Playoffs
    Top Stories

    Is there really a top team in the country? After Florida almost took out #1 Alabama along with Clemson and Ohio State struggling, not one team is sticking out as the clear favorite compared to what we have seen past years
    Heisman favorite from untraditional places as Ole Miss QB Matt Coral is lighting it up for the Rebels, however once the real opponents in the SEC West come, we’ll see
    Conference play has kicked off for most major conferences as this will be the last week with lacking matchups until we could see playoff implications in matchups weekly
    Top Games – Week 4

    Saturday: #12 Notre Dame vs. #18 Wisconsin Noon ET FOX

    An old fashion matchup between two traditional powers goes down at Soldier Field in Chicago as ND QB Jack Coan gets a revenge game over the school he transferred from after losing the starting job to Wisconsin QB Graham Mertz last season
    Odds: WIS -6.5, O/U 45
    Saturday: #7 Texas A&M vs. #16 Arkansas 3:30pm ET CBS

    Old rivals meet up at another neutral field game at AT&T Stadium in Dallas as the Hogs look to build up on their newfound success under HC Sam Pittman against one of the best defenses in the country
    Odds: TAMU -4.5, O/U 47
    Saturday: Tennessee vs. #11 Florida 7:00pm ET ESPN

    The Gators look to bounce back against a struggling Tennessee team behind QB Emory Jones after losing on a 2-point conversion to top ranked Alabama last week
    Odds: FLA -18.5, O/U 62

    NFL – Thursday Night Football

    Final: Carolina Panthers 24, Houston Texans 9

    After Christian McCaffery (40 TOT YDS) left the game early in the second quarter, the Texans and rookie QB Davis Mills (168 YDS, TD) took control scoring right before the half – this was Mills first career start after Tyrod Taylor pulled his hamstring against the Browns
    Despite that switch in momentum before the half, Sam Darnold (304 YDS, 2 Rush TD) blocked out the noise as the Panthers out score the Texans 17-3 in the second half – first time the Panthers have started 3-0 since 2015 when they reached the Super Bowl

    MLB – Top Games

    Final: Minnesota Twins 7, Toronto Blue Jays 2

    On Thursday night the Twins were powered by rookie Nick Gordon who hit two home runs
    The Blue Jays bats were mostly held in check with the exception of Teoscar Hernandez solo home run
    The Jays now sit a full game behind the Yankees for the final Wild Card spot
    Final: St. Louis Cardinals 8, Milwaukee Brewers 5

    After falling behind 5-0 the Cardinals scored eight unanswered runs
    Paul Goldschmidt led the way offensively with two home runs three RBI’s
    The Cardinals have now won 12 straight which is their longest streak in 39 years
    Rivalry Series Preview – Yankees vs. Red Sox

    The Sox hold a 2-game lead over the Yankees for the top AL Wild Card spot as the Yanks have a 1-game lead over the Blue Jays for the final spot. They enter the weekend with a MASSIVE 3-game series that will have MASSIVE playoff implications…

    Game 1 (FRI): NY Gerrit Cole @ BOS Nathan Eovaldi 7:10pm ET NESN/YES
    Game 2 (SAT): NY Nestor Cortes Jr. @ BOS Nick Pivetta 4:10pm ET NESN/YES
    Game 3 (SUN): NY Jordan Montgomery @ BOS Eduardo Rodriguez 7:00pm ET ESPN

    WNBA – Playoffs

    Final: #5 Phoenix Mercury 83, #8 New York Liberty 82

    2021 All-Star Betnijah Laney (25 PTS) dropped a playoff-career-high 25 points, including a game-tying 26-foot three pointer with 2.7 seconds remaining, but Sabrina Ionescu (14 PTS, 11 AST, 5 REB) and the Liberty are one and done after Skylar Diggins-Smith (22 PTS, 5 AST) and the Mercury held on to advance late – Mercury will play Seattle in the next round
    Final: #6 Chicago Sky 81, #7 Dallas Wings 64

    Candace Parker (11 PTS, 15 REB, 7 AST) finished three assists shy of a triple-double as the Sky defeat Arike Ogunbowale (22 PTS, 8-16 FG, 5-10 3PT) and the Wings to stay alive and advance to face the Lynx – see highlights here

    UFC 266 – Preview

    © Alexander Volkanovski (22-1) vs #2 Brian Ortega (15-1)

    After being coaches on TUF 29, Volkanovski and Ortega put down the chalk and put the gloves on as they will battle to see who is the best fighter at 135lbs – there has been some trash talk during and after the show that has made this fight a little more intriguing
    Odds: Volkanovski (-170), Brian Ortega (+150)
    © Valentina Shevchenko (21-3) vs Lauren Murphy (15-4)

    Shevchenko, arguably the best women’s fighter in the UFC after Amanda Nunes, looks to defend her 125lb title for the 6th time as she takes on heavy underdog Lauren Murphy who looks to shock the world like Holly Holm did in 2015
    Odds: Shevchenko (-1500), Murphy (+850)
    Nick Diaz (26-9) vs Robbie Lawler (28-15)

    A rematch that is 17 years in the making, Nick Diaz returns to the octagon for the first time since 2015 – Diaz left the sport due to a suspension for marijuana after a NC against Anderson Silva at UFC 183
    Odds: Diaz (+125), Lawler (-145)

    Boxing – Heavyweight Title Fight

    Anthony Joshua (24-1, 22 KOs) vs. Oleksandr Usyk (18-0, 13 KOs) Sat 2pm ET DAZN

    Joshua is putting the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO World Titles on the line in this one across the pond in London
    Ukrainian superstar Usyk recently made the move to the Heavyweight division after dominating the Cruiserweight class – this should be a beautiful 12 rounds

    Photo: Sam Darnold Source: Jersey Evening Post

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