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Get ready for a Saturday full of nothing but winners! It's the JIM HURLEY NETWORK CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP SWEEP!
THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEKEND REPORT:
WE PREVIEW THE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES… PLUS OUR NFL WEEK 14 NEWS & NOTES
By Jim Hurley
Just consider the possibilities (we didn’t say probabilities!) when it comes to Saturday’s wall-to-wall Football action of College Football Conference Championship Games:
Will #2 Ohio State lose to Michigan State in the Big 10 Championship Game and thus open the door for the Auburn-Missouri winner to stake a claim in this year’s ...Read More...
3 FREE ISSUES of the
National Basketball Association Game Capsules|
Charlotte, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Jeff Taylor scored 20 points starting in place of Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Kemba Walker contributed 18 points with 10 assists as the Charlotte Bobcats defeated the Philadelphia 76ers, 105-88, at Times Warner Cable Arena. Gerald Henderson also added 18 points, while Al Jefferson recorded his fourth straight double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Tony Wroten scored a game-high 21 points with nine assists and eight rebounds. Wroten started in place of Michael Carter-Williams who was out with right knee soreness. Evan Turner chipped in with 16 points on 7-of-18 shooting and Hollis Thompson added 12 for the Sixers, who lost their eight consecutive road game.
12/7/2013 1:43:44 AM
BUCKEYES HAVE SOMETHING TO PROVE VS. MICHIGAN STATE IN BIG 10 CHAMPIONSHIP
The Ohio State Buckeyes are tired of hearing that they don’t belong in the BCS Championship showdown with #1 Florida State. They haven’t lost a game under Urban Meyer. They ran the table again this season in one of the nation’s storied conferences. It’s not their fault that Alabama…and Oregon…and Baylor…and Stanford…kept losing.
Didn’t they beat Wisconsin? Didn’t they beat…didn’t they beat…well, who else did they beat? The only other team they faced besides Wisconsin that had a winning record in Big ...Read More...
HORSES TO WATCH
Week Ending Sunday, November 24
The horses listed below ran well enough in their most recent races to indicate that they are sitting on solid future performances. Bet them under the terms listed at least twice or until they win and then drop.
NOTE: Keep in mind that racing at Churchill ends in two weeks and many of the horses will switch to the Polytrack (synthetic) surface at Turfway Park. The Fair Grounds meet is now open (first three days included in this document) and some of the Kentucky barns will ship some of their horses there. In New York the Aqueduct main track meet will run until early December, after which they move to the all-weather Inner Dirt Track. These HTW documents ...Read More...