My Sabres dropped a 3-2 shootout last night, the first loss of the season and the second time in three seasons that Atlanta ended the Sabres’ undefeated start to a season in a shootout. The Thrashers did the same on October 28, 2006, with a 5-4 shootout win. Well, if nothing else, the Sabres won’t be saddled with the pressures of an undefeated season.
PSU struggled to stop Michigan in the first half yesterday, helping the Wolverines with a first-quarter turnover, before getting a touchdown to end the first half 17-14 Michigan. In the second half, PSU blew away Michigan, forcing turnovers and moving the ball with ease in a 46-17 blowout, scoring 39 unanswered points. I am shocked, shocked, that Joe the Statistician Magician would dare to insinuate the PSU was running up the score. When has that ever happened in college football? Ohio State looms next week for the Nittany Lions, a must-watch game.
[Shaking head] Joba, Joba, Joba. Mr. Chamberlain was arrested for driving under the influence in Nebraska, while also having an open container and speeding. Um, Joba, I know you can work magic on the mound, but your mess stinks like everybody else’s. Get it together, kid, and stop acting stupid, please.
The Bills have a big test today against the Chargers. After losing their first game to Arizona two weeks ago, the Bills play for the first time after a bye week, which should help QB Trent Edwards play after his concussions against the Cardinals. San Diego will test the Bills’ defense just as Arizona did, with SD averaging about 30 points a game. I’m hoping it’s on locally, though it probably won’t so I presume the radio beckons. OK by me. I say Bills 27-24.
More to come later. BTW, Uncle Joe from YFCR leads Bowa (even if by abduction), Randolph, Thomson, and all others with the most votes for Yankees’ third base coach in 2009. I think he’d be a great hire, personally. Keep voting here, and you can vote more than once.