Daily Noontime – November 18, 2011

It's Tebow Time in Denver!

Happy Friday to everyone, and welcome into another grand edition of the Daily Noontime! It’s going to be an awesome days, so let’s kick-start it with some news, headlines and more! 


* Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow engineered a last minute drive in the fourth quarter to secure his team’s fifth win of the season against the New York Jets.

* The New York Times and the Broncos website provided Tebow’s post game comments, as well as his thoughts on the game winning drive — click here!

* According to a recent report — Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis may miss Sunday’s game, as well as more time going forward due to a toe injury.

* Syracuse University’s associate head basketball coach Bernie Fine was placed on leave after reports confirmed that he molested the team’s ball boys.

* At the President’s Cup — Tiger Woods lost, but Team U.S.A. maintained a lead.

Games to Watch: 

* Buffalo at Carolina (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Chicago at Calgary (NHL) – 9:00pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Here’s a true father and son playing soccer, enjoy! 

Daily Noontime – November 8, 2011

The Chicago Bears defense held Michael Vick in check on Monday quite well!

It’s Tuesday, which means, we should all breakout into song and dance, right? OK – in all seriousness, here’s the latest edition of the Daily Noontime, enjoy! 


* The Chicago Bears defense somehow slowed down Michael Vick en route a 30-24 victory against the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday.

* After his team’s fifth loss of the season, Eagles head coach Andy Reid explained why he elected to attempt a fake punt, which wasn’t successful.

* The Kansas City Royals acquired former San Francisco Giants left-hander Jonathan Sanchez in exchange for Melky Cabrera.

* Early Tuesday morning, sources confirmed that former boxer Joe Frazier passed away after his battle with lung cancer.

* Apparently Yahoo! Sports confirmed that the University of Notre Dame’s football program wants to change their helmets.

* In the Golf World — Tiger Wood‘s former caddy Steve Williams recently apologized for an inappropriate racial slur he said last week.

Games to Watch: 

* Dallas at Washington (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Minnesota at Calgary (NHL) – 9:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Listen to the fans in this video – did they care about that touchdown? 

Daily Noontime – August 8, 2011

Walking-off with a purpose!

Good Monday to everyone and yes, we’re back! Ha ha, we’re back and ready to roll! Here’s the Daily Noontime for Monday August 8, 2011, have a fantastic day! 


* Sunday’s series finale between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees was an exciting one, as young Josh Reddick hit a walk-off single to win the game in the 10th inning.

* It’s official, Yankees manager/skipper, Joe Girardi has decided to bench catcher/designated-hitter, Jorge Posada.

* Good news for Philadelphia Eagles fans, as reports surfaced late Sunday about DeSean Jackson ending his holdout and returning to the gridion on Monday.

* Well, yet again, Tiger Woods didn’t win a golf tournament, but instead, Adam Scott won the WGC-Bridgestone Invitational.

* Sunday was an exciting day for San Francisco Giants pitcher, Tim Lincecum, who ended the Philadelphia Phillies nine-game winning streak.

* Apparently the Atlanta Hawks will be sold, but will remain in Atlanta, Georgia, which does sound weird, right?

Games to Watch: 

* Boston at Minnesota (MLB) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Kansas City at Tampa Bay (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern

* Pittsburgh at San Francisco (MLB) – 10:15pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Yep, Josh Reddick stamped his name in the Sox-Yankees rivalry book! 

Daily Noontime – July 21, 2011

New England Patriots fans will never forget the late great, Myra Kraft!

It’s hot… in fact, it’s getting too hot, right? Yep, it’s Thursday and of course, it’s summertime, which means, it’s going to be a hot one, so drink loads of water and stay cool, my friends! In the meantime, here’s the Daily Noontime for Thursday July 21, 2011. 


* It seems that the NFL owners can ratify a deal on Thursday for a new CBA despite the fact that the NFL PA hasn’t voted.

* Sad news came Wednesday morning, as the world learned of Myra Kraft‘s passing, which is an incredible loss for the entire Kraft and Hiatt family, as well as the New England Patriots.

* Apparently the Texas Rangers are planning a new “lay out” for ballpark safety, so they can prevent any future injuries or deaths.

* The MLB Trade Deadline hasn’t come or gone just yet, however, the Detroit Tigers acquired Wilson Betemit from the Kansas City Royals in exchange for two Class-A prospects.

* Tiger Woods is back in the news due to firing his old caddy, which could be a good or bad thing, right?

* Well, the Ivy League has made some changes for the upcoming football season, which will hopefully limit “head trauma.”

Games to Watch: 

* St. Louis at New York Mets (MLB) – 12:10pm eastern 

* Texas at Los Angles of Anaheim Angels (MLB) – 3:35pm eastern 

* New York Yankees at Tampa Bay (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Nothing better than Hope Solo and Alex Morgan welcoming viewers to ESPN’s Sports Nation!

Daily Noontime – July 18, 2011

It just wasn't meant to be!

It’s Monday, which means the week is ready to begin, right? Well, we believe so, which is why we present the Daily Noontime for Monday July 18, 2011, enjoy! 


* Team Japan seemed to have something more than USA, as they defeated the Americans in the FIFA World Cup 2011 Finals. Yet, was this particular match an upset?

* Sunday’s World Cup Final was well watched, but really, what does this particular outcome mean to the United States of America?

Abby Wambach finished the World Cup tournament with four goals for Team USA, but didn’t finish the job, right?

* Darren Clarke finished Sunday as the winner of the British Open, which is somewhat exciting, right, golf fans?

* Apparently, sources have confirmed some interesting news in regards to one of Tiger Woods‘s women.

* It seemed that Woods was an inspiration for Clarke at the British Open.

Games to Watch: 

* Cleveland at Minnesota (MLB) – 1:10pm eastern 

* New York Yankees at Tampa Bay (MLB) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Boston at Baltimore (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

Daily Noontime – July 6, 2011

Remember when the "Rocket" was a member of the Red Sox?

Happy Hump Day from Noontime Sports and welcome into yet another, but wonderful Daily Noontime! Here’s the day’s headlines and news, so enjoy! 


* The seven-time Cy Young Award winning pitcher, Roger Clemens will have plenty more to say on Wednesday in regards to if he did or did not use steroids.

* According to Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe, he believes “Clemens [is] already in a jam.”

* Well, the NBA apparently has responded to “accusations of lying about finances.” Uh oh!

* So, all we hear these days in regards to the NFL Lockout is it’s close, but what exactly does that mean? Anyone have some answers?

* Good news for the Phoenix Coyotes, who officially locked up all-star defenseman Keith Yandle for five-years.

* So, it’s official, Tiger Woods won’t be playing in the British Open this summer, which makes us wonder, where is he?

Games to Watch: 

* Seattle at Oakland (MLB) – 3:35pm eastern 

* Toronto at Boston (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern 

* Cincinnati at St. Louis (MLB) – 8:15pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Remember when the New York Yankees welcomed back Roger Clemens? 

Daily Noontime – May “Friday the 13th”

The Sharks did it, as they beat Detroit in a deciding Game 7, 3-2!

It’s May 13, but it’s also, Friday the 13th, so welcome to a very lucky Daily Noontime! Here is the biggest news stories and more, so enjoy, but also, have a great weekend! 


* Well, it is indeed official, the Chicago Bulls beat the Atlanta Hawks on Thursday and have advanced to their first Eastern Conference Finals in the post-Michael Jordan era.

* The San Jose Sharks allowed the Detroit Red Wings to win three games in a row, but staved off elimination in Game 7 with a 3-2 win. Now, the Sharks will face the Vancouver Canucks in the Western Conference Finals.

* Tiger Woods played nine holes of golf, before withdrawing from the Players Championship.

* Sadly, the Alabama college football team received some sad news on Thursday, as offensive lineman Aaron Douglas died at the age of 21.

* A local Bostonian found his name in the news, as he was charged for stealing Red Sox memorabilia.

* While the NFL Lockout continues, Colt McCoy and his Cleveland Browns teammates continue to hold their own workouts.

Games to Watch: 

* Boston at New York Yankees (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern

* Philadelphia at Atlanta (MLB) – 7:35pm eastern

* Oklahoma City at Memphis (NBA Playoffs) – 9:00pm eastern

Video of the Day: 

In the NBA Playoffs, anything goes, especially if it’s Dwyane Wade making an off-balance shot. 

The Masters: Day Four Wrap Up

By Brad Wright

With the Masters tournament officially over on Sunday, it is time for our final notes from the event, so enjoy!

Charl Schwartzel: Schwartzel shot a 66 in order to win the Masters tournament. He finished the day in a dramatic fashion, as he won by two shots over Jason Day and Adam Scott. Schwartzel birdied his last four holes and earned the honorary green jacket.

Jason Day: Day put together a solid final round and finished tied in second place with Adam Scott.

Adam Scott: Scott finished the day five-under and was the leader until Schwartzel birdied on four holes.

Rory McIlroy: McIlroy appeared to be the clear favorite on Sunday, but sadly, things don’t always turn out the way they are supposed to be. He shot 37, one-over par on his front nine and then finished with 80 for the day.

Tiger Woods: Tiger played very well during his first eight holes. He was five-under par with the help of an eagle on the eighth hole. He then missed a two footer for par and eagle. Tiger finished the day five-under.

The Masters: Day Three Wrap Up

Angel Cabrera could be a possible golfer to watch on Sunday!

By Brad Wright

Day three has come and gone for the Masters tournament, but here our latest notes on the event. Get excited because Sunday should be an interesting finish.

Rory McIlory: stayed consistent by posting two under par and will be the 54-hole leader heading into Sunday.

Tiger Woods: Went two-over par and remains seven shots behind McIlroy.

Phil Mickelson: Did not shoot a low score, but still trails McIlroy. He remains behind the struggling Tiger Woods.

Jason Day: He bogeyed four holes and birdied an additional four holes en route to an even par 72 for the day.

K.J Choi: Played a solid round and remains four shots back.

Angel Cabrera: The former Masters Champion went five-under par and put himself four shots behind McIlroy.

The Masters: Day Two Wrap Up

By Brad Wright

Tiger Woods: Fist pumps were flying on Friday, as Tiger shot a 66 and stumbled his way to a par-35 during the first nine holes. He birdied on every par-five, which was a good sign. Tiger remains three strokes behind Rory McIlroy and one behind Jason Day. Tiger will be playing with K.J Choi on Saturday.

Rory McIlroy: Rory has remained consistent during the first two rounds. McIlroy only slipped once with his first bogey of the tournament during his back nine on Friday, but continues to remain an active member of the pack.

Jason Day: He shot an even par round of 72 on Thursday and played very well on Friday, shooting at 64. Day remains one stroke ahead of Tiger and two strokes behind Rory.

K.J Choi: K.J had another solid round by going two under par and did leave a few putts on the course. For example, Choi needed three putts to get down from five feet on the 18th hole, but luckily, he finished his round with a bogey.

Martin Kaymer: With Tiger somewhat behind and lagging at times, Kaymer could fall down if Woods walks away the winner. Kaymer is yet to make a cut at Augusta, so don’t expect much from him on Saturday.

Phil Mickelson: Phil did not make too much noise on Friday, as he finished the day evenly and finished the first two days, two-under par.