Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Washington Redskins route the Dallas Cowboys!

Tight game last night.  Great defense.  McCoy playeed well.  The Redskins wanted to win.  Great win against Dallas in Dallas.  So happy to see the Washington Redskins upset the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night.


Greece's "No" Day - October 28, 1940

Also known as Oxi day in Greece which means "No" day.  It is the day that Greece's Prime Minister Metaxas told Mussilini that they could not pass through or occupy Greek sites.  The Greeks ultimately stopped the Italians which was a huge win for the Greeks and is a day which will always be remembered.



Monday, October 27, 2014

World Series-The San Francisco Giants are one win away

The San Francisco Giants are one win away from winning the World Series.  This has been a great series.  Stay tuned.

Would you clone your dog?

There is a firm in South Korea that is cloning dogs for a fee.  I am not sure that I would do something like that...maybe there is a market for those that would clone their dog.  Your thoughts?

Maryland Football loses badly to Wisconsin

Maryland got pounded by Wisconsin.  Maryland was out-played and out-coached.  Hopefully they can pull it together, regroup and get another win for a potential bowl pick.

http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/terps/bal-maryland-terps-wisconsin-badgers-game-recap-20141025-story.html

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

World Series - Game 2-Royals Win

Great comeback for the Royals yesterday over the Giants.  This should make for a great World Series.

http://espn.go.com/mlb/playoffs/2014/story/_/id/11748578/tim-lincecum-san-francisco-giants-says-back-pretty-stiff

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UNC admits fake classes

This is unbelievable.  Those in leadership roles as well as those that participated in promoting fake classes should be held accountable.  Any awards, trophies, or records in their sports program should also be removed as the playing field was not level.

http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2014-10-22/unc-admits-fake-classes-for-athletes-were-widespread#r=most popular

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