Daily Noontime – October 1, 2010
Well… it has officially been a month of Daily Noontime, so Happy One Month Birthday Noontime Sports! Here is your Friday edition of the Daily Noontime, have an awesome weekend and great day!
* Sports Illustrated’s Peter King has his winners for Week 4 in the NFL, but is your team selected to win? Check it out!
* The San Francisco Giants are close, so close to earning the division crown, so expect the Bay Area’s local nine to slowly wrap up the NL West this weekend against the San Diego Padres.
* Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips is not worried about his team getting in trouble this weekend, especially since he allowed his gridiron gang the weekend off.
* Former ESPN Around the Horn participant, Jay Mariotti, pleads out and don’t expect him to return to the best sports channel on television any time soon.
* NBA’s Erick Dampier is looking for a team to play for this season, so could the Toronto Raptors be the squad that will sign the center? Only time will tell.
* While weather has been a problem with the Ryder Cup, currently the Europeans lead the Americas.
* New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis will not be suiting up against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.
* Yahoo! Sports has some early predictions for the upcoming 2010-2011 season.
Games to Watch this Weekend:
* San Diego at San Francisco (MLB) (Friday – Sunday)
* Philadelphia at Atlanta (MLB) (Friday – Sunday)
* #5 TCU at Colorado State (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 2:00pm eastern
* #21 Texas at #8 Oklahoma (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern
* #11 Wisconsin at #24 Michigan State (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern
* #7 Florida at #1 Alabama (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 8:00pm eastern
* Notre Dame at Boston College (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 8:00pm eastern
* San Francisco at Atlanta (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern
* Seattle at St. Louis (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern
* Baltimore at Pittsburgh (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern
* Washington at Philadelphia (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:15pm eastern
Video of the Day:
In case you need a break this weekend from all these games to watch, do what Noontime Sports is planning to do, hit up the cinema’s to see a film that the Boston Globe gave four stars to, which is… The Social Network!