Sunday is a huge day if you’re a fan of NASCAR. The final race for the Cup is about to take place in Homestead-Miami Speedway. It’s NASCAR’s Game 7 scenario – 3 points separate the top two contenders. The battle for the Cup comes down to the young stud of the sport, Carl Edwards, and a seasoned veteran, Tony Stewart
In this week’s episode, Dave and Ryan give out their NFL midseason awards for MVP, Coach and Rookie of the Year.
The quality of game play and the quality of match-ups have made for some disappointing entertainment. In a given week, there are typically 5 to 6 games that are intriguing. Week 6 and 7 produced a handful of games that provided the usually entertaining, cliff-hanger type football game. What’s the cause here?
The 2011 World Series hosts two teams that have a very uneventful history together. The Rangers and Cardinals have only met once in inter-league play over the past 7 seasons. Despite their lack of history, this World Series is going to be a great one. The Rangers are entering the Fall Classic for the 2nd time ever while the Cardinals find themselves in the mix for the 18th time. St. Louis is battling for their 11th Series title while the Rangers are seeking their first ever franchise Series victory.
The thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Detroit and Philadelphia are experiencing the opposite sides of a coin. Milwaukee and New York. One is enjoying a bit of revitalization to the morale of the city while the other is dumbstruck over surprising failed expectations. Who said sports don’t make a difference?
Postseason MLB is in full swing and the drama continues to build as the Divisional Series start to wrap up and we jump over to the National Football League now and discuss why the 49ers have been successful the first four weeks of the season.