Friday, September 28, 2012

Roger Goodell Apologizes, Ocean of Soul Suspended, Stanford Upset & MEAC & NL MLB Scores: 9/28, Vol. 237, 2nd Edition


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The after effects of Washington's
surprising win over Stanford
The Pac 12 was highlighted last night in college football as 8th ranked Stanford took on un-ranked Washington as the Huskies kept the game close as it came to a touchdown from Keith Price with 4:53 left in the game as the Washington UPSET Stanford 17-13 as Bishop Sankey rushed for 144 yards and a score. 

The MEAC Conference was also showcased as Morgan State muscled past North Carolina A&T 21-18 as Robert Council passed for 251 yards and 2 TD’s and rushed for 59 yards as well and the SWAC also had one team in action sort of as Texas Southern was literally spanked by Sam Houston State 50-6, but the highlight of game was TSU’s renowned “Ocean of Soul” marching band has been suspended as officials investigate an alleged hazing incident as the school takes quick action as hazing is a very sensitive subject after the passing of Robert Champion, who was hazed by members of Florida A&M’s marching band.

The National League in Major League Baseball had seven games posting K’s last night as the LA Dodgers powered past the San Diego Padres 8-4, the Milwaukee Brewers lost by a run 2-1 to the Cincinnati Reds with the 19th homer from Todd Frazier, the Pittsburgh Pirates also by a run 6-5 to the New York Mets as R. A. Dickey not only struck out 13 batters but also won his 20th game, the Chicago Cubs was defeated by the Colorado Rockies 7-5 with a homer from Jordan Pacheco, while the Arizona Diamondbacks was crushed by the San Francisco Giants 7-3 as Hunter Pence belts his 22nd homerun, the Washington Nationals hammered the Philadelphia Phillies as Gio Gonzalez wins his 21st game and Bryce Harper launched his 21st homer and the Atlanta Braves dominated the Miami Marlins 6-2 as Dan Uggla had 3 RBI’s.

For your NFL Quick Hits, commissioner Roger Goodell apologized to fans for the anxiety of the past three weeks while denying that using replacement officials increased the chances of flagrant mistakes, after signing with the New England Patriots on September 19, tight end Kellen Winslow asked to be released by the Patriots, and the team obliged, after several denials, Golden Tate now fully acknowledges getting away without a penalty on the controversial final play of the Seattle Seahawks' victory over the Green Bay Packers on Monday night, fans say the replacement officials had a negative impact on the NFL's reputation and would have had an effect on how much football they watched, according to a survey conducted before the lockout ended Wednesday, Richard Kamir Hurd, a former Baylor basketball player pleaded guilty Thursday to trying of extort $1 million from Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III by threatening to expose damaging information, prosecutors said, John Lynch, Michael Strahan, Steve McNair and Morten Andersen are among 13 first-year eligible players for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and finally, Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall said Thursday he regrets his decision to respond publicly to a derogatory comment by Warren Sapp and has apologized to the television analyst for his comments about Sapp’s finances and his relationship with his kids.

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