Valenti & Foster
“I can’t make bad decisions, and I had a couple of those and a couple bad breaks,” Stafford said.
He lost a bet (not sure for what) and now Mark Sanchez has corn rows.
Michigan’s Mitch McGary tied the game at 61 on a layup with 9 seconds left, but Charlotte quickly pushed the ball up the floor
Matthew Stafford’s fourth interception went in and out of Calvin Johnson’s hands inside the Tampa Bay 5 in the final minute, allowing the Buccaneers to hold on for a 24-21 win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
Seemingly unimpressed with the question posed as he walked off the field at half-time – a dismissive Spartan Head Coach, Mark Dantonio, tells the reporter to ask him another question.
The Hawkeyes held the Wolverines (7-4, 3-4) to just 45 yards in the second half and jumped ahead on a 34-yard field goal by Mike Meyer with 6:02 left.
Cook threw for two touchdowns. Langford ran for two scores, and the Spartans (10-1, 7-0) reached the conference title game for the second time in three years.
Some of the best moments of a sporting event can come during the TV timeouts.
97.1 The Ticket’s Mike Valenti believes that even with three straight victories to end the season, the team’s shortcomings this year can’t be excused.
“The problem with signing Cabrera right now is that the Tigers have little leverage as he’s already wealthy and knows that his next contract will almost certainly be the last big payday.”