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Saturday College Previews
NFL WEEK 9 SWINGS INTO HIGH GEAR WITH SAINTS BLASTING THE PANTHERS 28-10
PLUS THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKEND UPDATE: HERE’S ALL THE KEY SATURDAY PREVIEWS AND FSU’S NAIL-BITER WIN AT THE ‘VILLE
Hope you weren’t among the folks who “buried” the New Orleans Saints a couple of weeks back: Sean Payton’s team won its second game in a five-day period with Thursday Night’s rollicking 28-10 triumph over 3-point home underdog Carolina and before you sing high praises for Saints’ QB Drew Brees (297 yards passing with one TD run/one TD chuck) just remember that born-again RB Mark Ingram (100…
Auburn at Ole Miss
TWO OF THE TOP FOUR IN “PLAYOFF” RANKINGS SQUARE OFF SATURDAY NIGHT IN THE SEC
If you assume it’s very unlikely that a team with two losses is going to play for the National Championship, then Saturday Night’s Auburn/Ole Miss showdown will be an elimination game for the loser.
#3 Auburn is 6-1 (with #6 Alabama and #11 Georgia still head)
#4 Ole Miss is 7-1 (with #1 Mississippi State still ahead)
It’s far from guaranteed that the WINNER will reach the Final Four given the challenges still ahead. Remember that the ultimate winner of the SEC West will still have to face…
Play Aqueduct’s Overlooked Main Track Fall Meet
After the Breeders’ Cup has come and gone and you are looking for the best racing in the country to bet over the course of the month of November, don’t overlook Aqueduct’s fall main track meet - it is always one of the most underrated race meets of the year. The Aqueduct Fall meet, starting Wednesday, October 29, will be a short but sweet race meet offering horseplayers some of their best wagering options during from now until Thanksgiving weekend alongside some other great seasonal racing going on this time of year at Churchill Downs and the new Del Mar…
Rams LB Dunbar questionable for Sunday
St. Louis, MO (SportsNetwork.com) - The St. Louis Rams deemed linebacker Jo- Lonn Dunbar questionable for Sunday's tilt against the San Francisco 49ers.
Dorm Report: Rooting for the lesser of two evils
Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) - I really do try my best not to hate anyone, seeing as how that word can be thrown around rather easily, which is why it was so tough watching the Florida State-Louisville game on Thursday night.