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Daily Noontime – December 20, 2011

Big Ben and the Pittsburgh Steelers suffered a tough loss on Monday against the San Francisco 49ers! (Photo Credit: TheRepublic.com)

Good Tuesday to all, and welcome into another grand edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some headlines, news and more, enjoy! 


* Despite two power outages, the San Francisco 49ers still managed to beat-up the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-3 on Monday Night Football.

* If the Steelers are going to be successful in the playoffs, they’ll need quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to be at his best, and not toss three interceptions too.

* The Texas Rangers won the negotiating rights on Monday to talk with Japanese pitcher Yu Darvish.

* According to reports, New England Patriots defensive end Andre Carter is officially headed to the injured reserve list.

* The Boston Bruins continued to find their “winning ways” on Monday, as the Black and Yellow defeated the Montreal Canadiens, 3-2.

Games to Watch: 

* New York Rangers at New Jersey (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Chicago at Pittsburgh (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

This is a tad bit bizzarre, eh? 

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 – October 25, 2011

Monday's game against the Jaguars wasn't the prettiest performance by the Ravens this season!

Happy Tuesday to everyone! It’s going to be a fantastic day, and well, let’s kick it off with some headlines and news! 


* It was an ugly Monday Night Football game, but somehow the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Baltimore Ravens, 12-7.

* According to Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs, he believes his offense should run the ball more and let Ray Rice be the focal point.

* The Texas Rangers scored two additional runs late in the fifth game of the World Series on Monday, and are now one game away from winning their first ever title.

* Apparently the MLB believes that Frank McCourt looted $189 million from the Los Angles Dodgers.

* Denver Broncos head coach John Fox told the media on Monday that his young quarterback, Tim Tebow is progressing.

* Reports surfaced late Monday night in regards to the NBA – the league has decided to cancel an additional two weeks.

Games to Watch: 

* Tampa Bay at Buffalo (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

* Anaheim at Chicago (NHL) – 8:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

This is just bizarre! 

Daily Noontime – October 4, 2011

Josh Freeman and the Buccaneers rallied to defeat the winless Colts on Monday, 24-17!

Whoa – it’s Tuesday? Wow… the week is flying by, which is always a good thing, right? Here’s our latest edition of the Daily Noontime. 


* It may have not been the greatest game, but somehow the Tampa Bay Buccaneers rallied to defeat the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football, 24-17.

* According to NFL Network’s Deion Sanders, he believes that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo isn’t the guy who can lead his team to the Super Bowl.

*  Here’s an interesting story – how many young women do you know play high school football and are the homecoming queen? Well, read this article and I think you’ll know at least one by the end of it.

* Justin Verlander and the Detroit Tigers rallied on Monday evening to earn a 2-1 series lead against the New York Yankees.

* According to the Boston Herald, Boston Red Sox first baseman Adrian Gonzalez wasn’t expecting Terry Francona to be “fire.”

* According to sources – NHL’s vice president Brandon Shanahan is ready to “come down hard” on vicious head shots this season.

Games to Watch: 

* Texas at Tampa Bay (MLB Playoffs) – 2:07pm eastern 

* Philadelphia at St. Louis (MLB Playoffs) – 5:07pm eastern 

* New York Yankees at Detroit (MLB Playoffs) – 8:37pm eastern 

* Milwaukee at Arizona (MLB Playoffs) – 9:37pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Can this be the official rally song for the MLB Playoffs? 

Daily Noontime – August 16, 2011

Rex Ryan wasn't the happiest camper on the New York Jets sidelines Monday evening, but hey, it's only week one of the preseason.

Happy Tuesday to everyone and yes, it’s indeed time for another Daily Noontime! So, sit back, relax and enjoy our headlines and news of the day! 


* The New York Jets took their talents to Houston, Texas on Monday evening, yet, they didn’t win their first preseason game, which probably aggravated head coach, Rex Ryan.

* According to multiple reports, the New England Patriots wide receiver, Wes Welker has been considered the true “MVP of training camp.”

* Apparently the Houston Astros current ownership isn’t ready to say, so long to their squad. In fact, according to a recent report, the “MLB owners are not ready to vote Astros sale.”

* The Texas A&M president, R. Bowen Loftin apparently stated on Monday that no big changes have occurred recently, however, he  certainly optimistic about his school joining the SEC Conference.

* Yet again, the Tennessee Titans and running back Chris Johnson remain far apart due to a contract issue. Will it ever end? Who knows!

* The NBA lockout is about to reach the two month mark, but, does anyone care? Well, who knows, but Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen has a few thoughts, which is rather important.

Games to Watch: 

* Tampa Bay at Boston (MLB) – 1:00pm & 7:10pm eastern 

* Minnesota at Detroit (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

* San Francisco at Atlanta (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Hmmm… did Rex Ryan throw a tantrum on Monday? 

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