15 October 2010

NFL Week 6 Picks

At the beginning of the season, the week 6 matchup between the Cowboys and Vikings was thought to be a battle of NFC supremacy. As this season has unfolded, it is now a battle of two teams trying to stay alive as both have struggled mightily this season and both sit at 1-3, near or at the bottom of their respective divisions. Which one will get their season back on track this week? And who else will win this week? It's time for my week 6 predictions.

14 October 2010

2010 NLCS Preview and Predictions

The Philadelphia Phillies and the San Francisco will duke it out in a best-of-7 series to decide who will represent the Senior Circuit in the World Series. Will the Phillies threepeat as National League champions? Or will the underdog and upstart Giants reach the Fall Classic for the first time since losing to the Angels in 2003. It is time for my preview of the 2010 National League Championship Series.

13 October 2010

2010 ALCS Preview & Predictions


The New York Yankees and the Texas Rangers will battle in the 2010 American League Championship Series to decide who will represent the Junior Circuit in the 2010 World Series. The Yankees were the A.L.  Wild Card winner while the Rangers were the champion of the A.L. West. Will the Yankees return to the World Series and attempt to repeat as World Series champions or will the Rangers reach their first World Series ever?

College Football Week 7 Picks

College Gameday will be in the beautiful city of Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday as the now top ranked Ohio State Buckeyes come to town to play the #16 Wisconsin Badgers in a classic Big Ten matchup sure to make Kirk Herbstreit pee his pants. Who will that matchup as well as the rest of this week's games?

11 October 2010

10 October 2010

Alabama Loses to South Carolina, How Does It Shake Up The BCS Title Picture?


The top team in the nation got upset in Colombia, South Carolina on Saturday as the Gamecocks upset the Crimson Tide 35-21. And the BCS picture just got blown wide open. 
Alabama might not be able to rebound from this loss like Florida in 2008 and 2006 and LSU in 2007 and be able to play for the national title after suffering a loss (or two like LSU). If they win out and win the championship game, they might be able to jump teams like those previous teams.
So who is right in the national title picture right now? Let's take a look.