Friday, October 26, 2012

NCAAF, HBCU, WTA & MLS Scores, NFL's Overrated Players & Emanuel Steward Passes: 10/26, Vol. 257, 2nd Edition


There's a voice that cries out in the silence, searching for a heart that will love Him,
longing for a child that will give Him their all, give it all, He wants it all!  Welcome back to your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.!




Clemson's Sammy Watkins amassed a
              school record of 202 receiving as
              Clemson  steamrolled Wake Forest 36-17
The National Football League wasn’t the only game on the Grid Iron last night as there was one Top 25 team in action as the ACC was showcased as the 18th ranked Clemson Tigers literally spanked the Wake Forest Demon Deacons 42-13 as Tajh Boyd was on fire with a school record 428 passing yards count ‘em uno, dos, tres, quarto, cinco TD’s and his receiver Sammy Watkins added another school record with 202 receiving yards and score and there was one HBCU game on tap as the MEAC Conference featured Delaware State battling against Morgan State as Delaware State ran off 20 points in the 2nd quarter as the managed to get past Morgan State 28-23 as Nick Elko was surgical with the pigskin as he threw for 398 and 2 TD’s and Travis Tarpley was the recipient of a lot of those yards with 143 receiving yards and 2 TD’s.

Serena Williams continues to
               dominate at the WTA Championships
3rd seeded Serena Williams continues to cruise at the WTA TEB BNP Paribas Championships with the 6-4, 6-4 drubbing of #1 seed Victoria Azarenka, 9th seeded Samantha Stosur, who replaced defending champion Petra Kvitova because of a viral illness, was defeated by 7th seeded Sara Errani 3-6, 6-2, 0-6 and 5th seeded Angelique Kerber was knocked off 8th seeded Li Na 4-6, 3-6.

Major League Soccer had one match last night as Sporting Kansas City rallied past the Philadelphia Union 2-1.

According a NFL poll, the NY Jets
               have two of the most overrated
             players on their roster
For your NFL Quick Hits, the Green Bay Packers' #1 receiver, Greg Jennings, will have surgery Tuesday to repair a torn abdominal muscle that has kept him out for most of the season, Washington Redskins receiver Pierre Garcon says he has a torn ligament on the bottom of his right foot and he's hoping to avoid surgery, the NFL has fined Chicago Bears receiver Earl Bennett $10,500 for wearing orange cleats in Monday night's 13-7 win over the Detroit Lions at Soldier Field, but plans to appeal the fine because he wore pink shoelaces as part of the NFL's effort to raise awareness about breast cancer during the month of October, authorities in New York announced the indictment of 25 people Thursday following an investigation into illegal sports betting that spanned five states and allegedly yielded payouts of more than $50 million, two business associates of former Dallas Cowboys linebacker Eugene Lockhart Jr. have been sentenced to prison in a $20 million mortgage scam and finally, the NFL poll of the most overrated players in the NFL was released yesterday and two players from the New York Jets made the cut as Tim Tebow received 34% of the vote, his starting quarterback, Mark Sanchez received 8% as he was tied with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, while Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles was 4th with 4% of the vote and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis was 5th with 3%.


Famed boxing trainer Emanuel Steward
                 passed away at the age of 68.
               May God rest his soul in peace.
The boxing world has lost a legend as famed trainer Emanuel Steward passed away yesterday at the age of 68 after what many say was advanced cancer.  Steward, known as the Godfather of Detroit boxing, trained and managed many world champions including Evander Holyfield, Chad Dawson, Miguel Cotto, Oscar De La Hoya and Tommy Hearns.  Although he was known for his boxing training skills, Steward mounted a 94-3 record as a boxer and won a 1963 National Golden Gloves title as a bantamweight, inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1996 and was named trainer of the year in 1993 by the Boxing Writers Association of America.  May God rest his soul in peace.

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