Continue reading to find out who will be calling these games and what game you can find on your television come Saturday.
The NFL has released the schedule for the 2011 NFL Season, and here are the games scheduled to be on NBC Sunday Night Football. Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth will return to call all the action while Michelle Tafoya will report from the sidelines.
NBC will air the opening game of the season on Thursday, September 8th as the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers will host the Super Bowl XLIV champs, the New Orleans Saints.
Well we have always know that LSU head coach Les Miles was a little crazy. From saying let'er rip during a pregame interview, saying he does not read books, and best of all eating grass, he is in short an interesting character. But then SportsByBrooks found this nugget where he kisses a pig. Good stuff. To the videotape we go.
So instead of naming the cover of Madden 2012, EA Sports teamed up with ESPN SportsNation to determine who will be the cover athlete. It's actually a neat concept, until you hear that the two finalists are Peyton Hillis, running back for the Cleveland Browns, and Michael Vick, quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. In my opinion, that's pretty feeble.
UPDATE: See who won. And I'm not happy.
Well at least the dreaded two car drafting packs that has been the norm at the restrictor plate races this season resulted in a great finish as they were three wide at the start/finish line and in what tied the closes finish in NASCAR history, .002 seconds, Jimmie Johnson edged Clint Bowyer for the victory, his second at Talladega Superspeedway and his first of the season. Johnson was pushed by Dale Earnhardt Jr. throughout the entire race and he then gave the checkered flag to Junior after he was pushed by his Hendrick Motorsports teammate to the victory. All four Hendrick cars finished in the top eight. (Click here to watch the finish).
Continue reading for more postrace coverage of the wild race today in Talladega.
Team logos courtesy Chris Creamer's SportsLogos.net