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December 29, Week in Sports

December 29, Week in Sports

:: NFL POST-SEASON SET (Pro. Football)

:: YANKEES ACQUIRE MARK TEIXEIRA (Pro. Baseball)

:: LAKERS SNAP CELTICS’ WIN STREAK (Pro Basketball)

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PIGSKIN PLAYOFFS

The NFL regular season ended this weekend and the playoff teams were finalized. The playoffs begin next weekend and culminate weeks later with the Super Bowl, the biggest event in American sports.

Twelve teams make it to the playoffs in the NFL. This year, the following teams made the cut: Arizona Cardinals, San Diego Chargers, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Falcons, New York Giants, Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, and Minnesota Vikings. If there is a favorite at this point, it is probably the New York Giants, who won the Super Bowl last year and had a very strong season. However, maybe even bigger news was the list of teams that did not make the playoffs, and the Dallas Cowboys are at the top of that list. Before the season, many NFL experts predicted that the Cowboys would make it to the Super Bowl. However, after a mediocre season and a devastating loss on Sunday, the ‘Boys are out of the running yet again.

The Detroit Lions finished the season 0-16 after their loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday. After completing the worst season in the history of the NFL, the Lions fired their head coach.

Quote of the Week: “Week 17 had it all. And for so much of it, there was really no way to see it coming. It happens every year that way, and still we’re surprised by the surprise of it all.” — Don Banks, Sports Illustrated

Further Reading: ”NFC Preview” — Jeffri Chadiha, ESPN ; “AFC Preview” — John Clayton, ESPN

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BRONX BOMBERS DROP ANOTHER BUNDLE

Star first baseman Mark Teixeira signed with the New York Yankees last Tuesday for $180 million over 8 years. Teixeira was one of the most coveted free agents this off-season.

Teixeira is one of the best hitters in the game, as well as a Gold Glove-winning fielder, but his tremendous abilities were overshadowed this week by the amount of money that the Yankees spent in order to sign him. So far, the Yankees have spent more than $400 million dollars this off-season–by far the most in the league. The Yankees, of course, have a well-deserved reputation for big spending. During the 2008 season, they had a payroll over $200 million, ten times the payroll of the Florida Marlins and $70 million more than the next highest team, the New York Mets.

Major League Baseball has no salary cap, which allows for that kind of disparity in spending, but the Yankees’ outrageous spending has been highly criticized this year. Expect the criticism to heat up in the coming weeks, when the Yankees are expected to sign even more free agents, including star pitcher Andy Pettitte.

Quote of the Week: “As of 4 p.m. today, the Yankees have spent $423 million on free agents this offseason…. Six months ago, the Yankees asked the city of New York for an additional $480 million to fund [their new] stadium. They bulldozed parks that used to be playgrounds for the children of the South Bronx…. Put that in your pipe and smoke it, NYC taxpayers.” — Rick Chandler, Deadspin

Further Reading: Buying an umbrella in New York” — Joe Posnanski

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Stocking Full of Kobe

On Christmas Day, the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Boston Celtics by a score of 92-83. Before the loss, the Celtics had won 19 games in a row–the longest streak in franchise history.

The victory over the Celtics served as a small measure of revenge for the Lakers, who were badly beaten by Boston in last season’s NBA Finals. Kobe Bryant, the superstar Lakers guard, led all scorers with 27 points. Lakers coach Phil Jackson, who made a name for himself with Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls, reached a truly impressive milestone on Thursday, as well, notching his 1,000th career victory.

The Lakers and the Celtics were the two best teams in the NBA last year, and this year, the two teams look poised to meet again in the Finals. As of Sunday, the Lakers had a record of 24-5 and the Celtics had a record of 27-4. Other than those two teams, only the Cleveland Cavaliers (25-4) and the Orlando Magic (24-6) had winning percentages over .800.

Quote of the Week: “Last year, they won the championship. This year, it’s our year, we want to take it all the way.” — Sasha Vujacic, Lakers guard

Further Reading:  ”Lakers put end to Celtics’ 19-game win streak” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: The Bowl Games, already underway, continue this week. New Year’s Day is a huge day for college football, since the Rose Bowl is almost always played on January 1st. The Rose Bowl is the oldest bowl game in the nation, and always features two of the best teams in the country. This year, the game will be played between the USC Trojans and the Penn State Nittany Lions. The Rose Bowl is played in Pasadena, California.

:: HOCKEY: The “Winter Classic,” an annual NHL game played outdoors, is scheduled to take place on New Year’s Day. This year, the Classic will be played at Wrigley Field in Chicago, between the Chicago Blackhawks and arch-rival Detroit Red Wings.

:: PRO. FOOTBALL: The NFL playoffs begin next week, when the AFC and NFC wildcard playoffs are played on Saturday and Sunday. Click here to see the game schedule.

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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

 

ACTIVE SEASON

:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The 2008-09 season is currently underway. It runs from late October to April of 2009, when the playoffs commence.  [Official NBA Website]

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College):
 The college basketball season is currently underway and runs through “the Tournament,” which takes place in March. [CBS Sports]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): The playoffs begin this week and culminate in the Super Bowl, which takes place later in January. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): The regular season is over and the bowl games have already started. Florida and Oklahoma will play each other in the national championship game. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The hockey season runs through April of 2009. By the new year, the league power rankings should be pretty well set. [Official NHL Website]

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in this year’s World Series. During the off-season, baseball news will focus on major trades and player signings. [Official MLB Website]

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December 22, Week in Sports

:: DETROIT LIONS POISED FOR WORST SEASON EVER (Pro. Football):: NFL ENTERS FINAL WEEK OF REGULAR SEASON (Pro. Football)

:: TYLER HANSBROUGH SETS SCORING RECORD (College. Basketball)

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WORST. TEAM. EVER.

The New Orleans Saints crushed the Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon, bringing the Lions’ record to 0-15, the worst record in NFL history. If the Lions lose next week, they would hold the dubious honor of being the only team in the history of the NFL ever to go 0-16 in the regular season.

The Detroit Lions are one of the most famous train-wreck franchises in professional sports. The Lions have had ten or more losses in seven of the past eight years, and the last time they won a playoff game was in 1991. The man who had been responsible for putting together these awful teams, Matt Millen, was finally fired in September of this year. Detroit fans have called for Millen’s firing for years, holding “Fire Millen” signs at games, and organizing the “Millen Man March” to protest his continued employment by the Lions.

The Lions have one last chance to avoid the humiliation of an 0-16 season. Next Sunday, they play the Green Bay Packers (at Lambeau Field, in Green Bay). Neither team can make the playoffs, so the only thing on the line will be pride.

Quote of the Week: “You know what was ‘a Brees,’ Detroit Free Press headline writers? The Saints’ beatdown of your winless Lions.” — Marcel Mutoni, Deadspin

Further Reading: ”Saints add to Lions’ misery with rout as Detroit is first 0-15 team in NFL history” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME PLAYOFFS?

With one week left in the NFL regular season, teams are priming themselves for the playoffs. The NFL playoffs are the culmination of the football season, and they ultimately lead to the Super Bowl, the biggest sports event in the country.

Many teams have already locked up their spots in the playoffs: the New York Giants, Carolina Panthers, Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, and Atlanta Falcons have all secured playoff spots. The Tennessee Titans, who defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, also secured home field advantage for the playoffs. However, a handful of playoff spots have yet to be decided, and will come down to next weekend’s games.

Like every sport, the final week before the NFL playoffs can be an unpredictable time, where several unlikely playoff contenders can still reach the post-season if a number of things happen. For casual fans, these scenarios can be hard to follow. During the middle of the week, www.nfl.com will publish season recaps for many of the teams still in contention, and explain all of the possible playoff possibilities.

Quote of the Week: “The playoff picture will still be fuzzy with a week to go. Here’s what we do know: the AFC’s road to Tampa Bay will go through Tennessee.” — ESPN.com

Further Reading: Rapid Reactions” — This piece, written by ESPN’s staff writers, summarizes what happened this past weekend in the NFL, and offers a look forward to some of next week’s games

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Passing of the Guard

This week, University of North Carolina star Tyler Hansbrough became the all-time leading scorer at UNC. Hansbrough was last year’s college basketball player of the year, and he is the face of the No. 1-ranked Tar Heels.

Before Hansbrough broke the scoring record, it had been held by Phil Ford for 30 years. Ford is one of the most famous players ever in the UNC basketball program. His record outlasted some of the greatest players in college basketball history, including Michael Jordan and James Worthy. While Hansbrough has been one of the most successful college athletes of his time, with this record, he has truly left his footprint on the game.

Many people were surprised last year when Hansbrough announced that he would be declining to enter himself in the NBA draft in order to complete another year at North Carolina. For the time being, though, Hansbrough is probably pleased with his decision. He has now established a record that should last a long time, and his Tar Heels are currently the best team in the country.

Quote of the Week: “I’m usually not nervous before games, and I was a little nervous before tonight just because I felt like there was a lot of pressure. One thing for me, I didn’t want us to strictly focus on trying to break a scoring record. We had a game and I was trying to do whatever I could to help the team.” — Tyler Hansbrough

Further Reading:  ”Hansbrough sets career scoring record in UNC win vs. Evansville” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: PRO. FOOTBALL: Are the Detroit Lions the worst team in the history of professional football? We’ll find out this week, as the Lions play the Green Bay Packers at 1 ET on Sunday. Before that, though, there is a big game between the Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers tonight. The Bears-Packers rivalry is one of the biggest in sports, and the Bears need to win to keep their playoff hopes alive.


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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

 

ACTIVE SEASON

:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The 2008-09 season is currently underway. It runs from late October to April of 2009, when the playoffs commence.  [Official NBA Website]

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College):
 The college basketball season is currently underway and runs through “the Tournament,” which takes place in March. [CBS Sports]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): The regular season only has one week left, after which the playoffs begin. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): The regular season is over and the bowl games have already started. Florida and Oklahoma will play each other in the national championship game. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The hockey season runs through April of 2009. By the new year, the league power rankings should be pretty well set. [Official NHL Website]

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in this year’s World Series. During the off-season, baseball news will focus on major trades and player signings. [Official MLB Website]

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December 16, Week in Sports

December 16, Week in Sports

 

:: SAM BRADFORD WINS HEISMAN (College Football)

:: CC SABATHIA GOES TO NY YANKEES (Pro. Baseball)

:: NY METS ACQUIRE K-ROD AND J.J. PUTZ (Pro. Baseball)

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‘SOONER’ RATHER THAN TEBOW…

 

Sam Bradford, the quarterback for the Oklahoma Sooners, won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday night. The Heisman Trophy is a yearly award that goes to the most elite player in college football.

 

This year, there were three finalists for the prestigious Heisman: Tim Tebow from Florida, Colt McCoy from Texas, and Bradford from Oklahoma. Tebow won the award last year, and was hoping to repeat the victory this year. However, even though he led the Florida Gators to the national championship game (which will be played in January), Tebow’s performance this year simply did not compare to that of Bradford. Bradford threw 48 touchdowns this year–the best in the country–and he led the Oklahoma Sooners to the national championship game.

 

Fans of college football never forget the Heisman winners, and many of them go on to become great players in the NFL. Some of the most famous Heisman winners include Reggie Bush, Barry Sanders, and OJ Simpson.

 

Quote of the Week: Earlier today I looked at the portraits of the other Heisman winners on the wall, and it was hard to consider myself on the same level as those guys. But tonight I had a chance to join them.” — Sam Bradford, 2008 Heisman Winner

Further Reading: ”Night of Suspense Ends with Bradford Holding the Heisman” — Carmen Renee Thompson

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CCNY

 

The New York Yankees agreed to a contract with star pitcher CC Sabathia. Sabathia’s move to the Yankees is the biggest news thus far in the baseball off-season.

 

Sabathia, one of the most dominating pitchers in the league, is moving to the Yankees at a huge cost–$161 million over the course of a seven-year contract. That dollar amount is huge, even in professional sports. The Yankees, of course, are known for spending ridiculous amounts of money to land the biggest free agents during the off-season. The Yanks are also desperate to re-craft their team, since last year they failed to make the playoffs despite having the biggest payroll in baseball.

 

However, despite shelling out the most money so far this off-season, the Yankees are not quite done. They also have offensive powerhouse Mark Teixeira and all-star outfielder Manny Ramirez on their radar.

Quote of the Week: That’s them, that’s the Yankees, that’s how we look at it.” — Dan O’Dowd, GM of the Colorado Rockies, on the Yankees’ spending

Further Reading: 7 Years and $161 Million, and They’re Not Done Yet” — Tyler Kepner, NY Times

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MEET THE METS

 

The New York Mets acquired Angels closer Francisco “K-Rod” Rodriguez and Mariners closer J.J. Putz last week at the Winter Meetings in Las Vegas. Other than the Yankees’ signing of Sabathia, the Mets’ acquisitions have been the biggest of the off-season.

 

K-Rod had the most successful year of his career in 2008, when he set the all-time record for saves in a single season. As a free agent coming off a record year, Rodriguez was the hottest closer on the market. In a surprising move, the Mets then went on to land J.J. Putz, who is also a closer. Of course, teams only have one player that they consider their closer, which means that the Mets plan to move Putz to the role of “set-up man”–a reliever who pitches late in the game to pave the way for the closer.

 

The past few years the Mets have collapsed late in the regular season, and one of the big reasons has been their lack of depth in the bullpen. With the additions of K-Rod and Putz, the Mets will have no more excuses.

Quote of the Week: “Of course, we’re going to try to win the division. Of course, we’re going to be the front-runner. Of course, we’re going to be the team to beat.” — K-Rod, on the Mets’ chances this year

Further Reading:  ”Mets Finalize $37 M Deal with K-Rod“ – Associated Press, via SI.com

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: PRO. BASEBALL: Trade talks continue as the baseball off-season heats up. Players to watch: Mark Teixeira, Manny Ramirez, Jermaine Dye.


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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

ACTIVE SEASON

 

:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The 2008-09 season is currently underway. It runs from late October to April of 2009, when the playoffs commence.  [Official NBA Website]

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College):
 The college basketball season started last week and runs through “the Tournament,” which takes place in March. [CBS Sports]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): The regular season is now underway. The Tennessee Titans and the New York Giants are currently the best teams in the league. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): The college football season is now in full swing. Florida and Oklahoma will play each other in the national championship game. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

 

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The hockey season runs through April of 2009. By the new year, the league power rankings should be pretty well set. [Official NHL Website]

 

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

 

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in this year’s World Series. During the off-season, baseball news will focus on major trades and player signings. [Official MLB Website]

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December 8, Week in Sports

 

December 8, Week in Sports

 

:: FLORIDA TOPS NO. 1 ALABAMA (College Football)

:: MANNY PACQUIAO POUNDS OSCAR DE LA HOYA (Boxing)

:: PLAXICO BURRESS SUSPENDED, DONE FOR YEAR (Pro. Football)

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FLORIDA, OKLAHOMA, TO PLAY IN NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP

The Florida Gators knocked off top-ranked Alabama on Saturday, effectively de-throning Alabama and earning the Gators a ticket to the national championship game. The national championship game is the culmination of the college football season.

The Oklahoma Sooners, who also won their game on Saturday, moved up in the rankings, as well. The result is that Florida and Oklahoma are the top two teams in the country, which means that they will face off in the national championship game. The game is part of a series of “Bowl Games,” the end-of-year contests between the best teams in college football. The matchup between Florida and Alabame will take place in January of the new year.

After Oklahoma and Alabama, the next top-ranked team is the University of Texas. There will likely be grumbling across the country that Oklahoma is unjustly ranked ahead of Texas, especially since Texas beat Oklahoma earlier in the year. It is yet another controversy in the hotly-contested ranking system in college football.

Quote of the Week: “Although there is plenty of room to decry [Oklahoma outranking Texas] as another example of BCS illogic, this cannot be disputed: Oklahoma’s fight-or-flight reflex was astonishingly powerful.” — Pat Forde, ESPN

Further Reading: ”Florida, Oklahoma runaway trains primed for collision” — Pat Forde, ESPN

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THE POUND-FOR-POUND KING

 

Manny Pacquiao defeated Oscar de la Hoya on Saturday night in Las Vegas. Pacquiao’s victory will gain him a worldwide reputation as one of the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world, and it will also almost certainly be the last fight of De la Hoya’s career.

 

Oscar de la Hoya is one of the most famous boxers alive, and still probably the most popular. However, the “Golden Boy” is getting older and slower, and while he has been a competitive boxer up until this point, he is clearly no longer the boxer he once was. De la Hoya has already established hiimself as one of the biggest promoters in boxing, and that is likely where he will focus his efforts from now on.

 

On the other hand, Pacquiao’s star is rising. Among boxing afficionados, he is already one of the most respected fighters in the sport. With this victory and the fights that are sure to come in the future, he is quickly becoming a household name among sports enthusiasts.

Quote of the Week: “So this is how it ends. It is the way it almost always does, even for the best of them. It is the way it ended for Muhammad Ali. It remains, over a long, drawn-out period, the way it is ending for Roy Jones. And now it is the way it ends for Oscar de la Hoya.” — Kieran Mulvaney, ESPN

 

Further Reading: Trigger? What Trigger?” — Kieran Mulvaney

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THEY SHOOT GIANTS, DON’T THEY?

The New York Giants have suspended their star wide receiver Plaxico Burress for the remainder of the regular season. Burress accidentally shot himself in the thigh at a night club last weekend.

 

Burress has a history of being a problem child in a league full of loose cannons, but this incident is by far the biggest indiscretion of his career. He has been charged with possession of an illegal weapon after authorities found that he was not licensed to carry the gun in question. If convicted, Burress could be imprisoned from 3 1/2 to 15 years.

 

Incidentally, because of Burress’ injury and the way the Giants classified it, he will also be unable to rejoin the Giants in the playoffs this year.

Quote of the Week: “There is nothing good that will come of it and there isn’t much to say.” — Amani Toomer, Giants receiver

Further Reading:  Giants suspend Burress four games in wake of weapons charge” — Associated Press, via ESPN

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WHAT TO WATCH THIS WEEK

:: COLLEGE FOOTBALL: The Heisman Trophy, the most prestigious award in college football, will be announced next Monday. That means that this week there will be all sorts of chatter about who deserves the award. Last year’s winner, Tim Tebow, put himself in a good position to win it again, after leading Florida to the national championship game.


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ALL-SPORTS UPDATE

ACTIVE SEASON

 

:: BASKETBALL

NBA (Pro. Basketball): The 2008-09 season is currently underway. It runs from late October to April of 2009, when the playoffs commence.  [Official NBA Website]

NCAA MEN’S BASKETBALL (College):
 The college basketball season started last week and runs through “the Tournament,” which takes place in March. [CBS Sports]

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:: FOOTBALL

NFL (Pro. Football): The regular season is now underway. The Tennessee Titans and the New York Giants are currently the best teams in the league. [Official NFL Website]

NCAA FOOTBALL (College): The college football season is now in full swing. Florida and Oklahoma will play each other in the national championship game. [NCAA Football, ESPN]

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:: GOLF

MEN’S GOLF: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Major Championships: The Masters, U.S. Open, The Open (The British Open), and the PGA Championship. Now that the PGA Championship is over, mainstream golf news will most likely revolve around Tiger Woods’ return from injury and preparation for next year’s Majors. [Official PGA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson

 

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:: HOCKEY

NHL (Pro. Hockey): The hockey season runs through April of 2009. By the new year, the league power rankings should be pretty well set. [Official NHL Website]

 

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:: TENNIS

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S TENNIS: While there are professional tournaments throughout the year, the most important tournaments are the four Grand Slam tournaments: the Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and US Open. [USTA Website]

NOTABLE PLAYERS: Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic

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OFFSEASON

 

:: BASEBALL

MLB (Pro. Baseball): The Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Tampa Bay Rays in this year’s World Series. During the off-season, baseball news will focus on major trades and player signings. [Official MLB Website]

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