Archive for October 26th, 2020

Wild Game 4, Dodgers Grab Game 5, NBA Season Dec 22nd, Amar’e Joins Nash, Seahawks/Cardinals Entertain, Steelers Undefeated, Gurley & Ford Mess Up


This has been an exciting World Series. In Game 4 on Saturday, the Tampa Bay Rays won on one of the wildest plays seen in MLB history. The Rays were trailing 6-7 with two outs in the bottom of the ninth when Brett Phillips hit the ball to center field for what appeared to be a single. Thanks to multiple Dodgers’ errors, Phillips teammate Randy Arozarena ended up scoring from second base after tripping and falling a few feet from home plate. Definitely check out the whole series of errors that led the Rays to even the series.

Unfortunately for the Rays, the excitement didn’t last as they lost Game 5 on Sunday thanks to a great outing by Dodgers’ pitcher Clayton Kershaw, who got a standing ovation after 5 innings. The Dodgers head to Game 6 on Monday night up 3-2.


The NBA has informed the Board of Governors that it plans to start their 2020/21 season on December 22nd.

Amar’e Stoudemire has agreed to be part of Steve Nash’s coaching staff for the Brooklyn Nets. Stoudemire played with Nash for six seasons from 2004-2010.


In the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals played one of the most entertaining games of the weekend with the score changing hands throughout, and the Cardinals eventually winning 37-34 in overtime.

After beating the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, the Pittsburgh Steelers are the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL. Steelers 27, Titans 24

Atlanta Falcons running back Todd Gurley knew he messed up by scoring a touchdown against the Detroit Lions. If he had avoided the end zone, as he did in a game also against the Lions in 2018, his Falcons would have been able to run out the clock for the win. After the accidental score, the Lions had time to pull out a touchdown for a 23-22 win.

In college football, almost the exact same misstep happened when Penn State’s Devyn Ford accidentally scored giving them a 28-20 lead over Indiana with time on the clock. Indiana then came back to tie the game and ultimately won in overtime handing Penn State a big loss in their first game of the season.

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