Daily Noontime – September 3, 2010
Happy Friday and Labor Day Weekend! Here is your Daily Noontime for Friday, September 3, 2010. Have a great weekend and we will return for our morning news coverage on Tuesday, September 7, 2010!
* Chaos in Pittsburgh over “Big” Ben Roethlisberger‘s suspension and how many games he would miss this season.
*Atlanta Hawks forward Al Horford is not only upset at the organization for not signing various All-Star free agents this summer, but has admitted, he will “go to war.” Yet, he isn’t actually going to war on the battlefield, just on the hardwood.
* New York Jets cornerback, Darrelle Revis has admitted that he doesn’t want to play for the team, unless he receives what he wants!
* Reebok has announced that “that the company was never close to a contractual relationship with New England Patriots LB Brandon Spikes.”
* Brace yourself Boston, Manny Ramirez is coming back this weekend and NESN’s Michael Hurley writes about his legacy in the Hub.
* The San Francisco 49ers finished their preseason undefeated, a perfect 4-0, but what does this mean really? Will they actually be a good team this fall?
*Chase Utley drove in six RBI’s on Thursday to help the Philadelphia Phillies prevail against the Colorado Rockies.
Games to Watch This Weekend:
*Chicago White Sox vs Boston Red Sox (Friday-Sunday) (MLB)
* Texas Rangers at Minnesota Twins (Friday – Sunday) (MLB)
*Purdue at Notre Dame (NCAA FB) (Saturday) (3:30pm eastern)
* Connecticut at Michigan (Saturday) (3:30pm eastern)
* LSU at UNC (Saturday) (8:00 pm)
Video of the Day:
In honor of the U.S. Open, here is Roger Federer with his amazing under the legs shot.