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Weekend in Review: Sports

Headlines in the sports world over the weekend

Boston Mountain Publishing, Monday October 24, 2022 1:41 PM















NFL





The New York Jets won another one on the road in Denver 16-9, but their top running back Breece Hall left the game holding his knee. Could be serious but we'll know more as the week progresses. Jets move to 5-2 on the year and the Broncos sit at the bottom of the AFC West.

The Ravens took down the Browns in a divisional matchup in Baltimore 23-20, tied atop the AFC North with the Bengals at 4-3 on the year. Cleveland falls 2 games behind the division leaders.


The Giants continue their winning ways taking down the Jaguars on the road 23-17 to mover to 6-1 in the tough NFC East.


Dak Prescott returned to the lineup for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday looking unsteady in the first half down to the Lions 6-3 at halftime. The Cowboys rolled in the 2nd half and the Defense didn't allow another score. Final: 24-6 Cowboys taking them to 5-2 on the year and 3rd in the NFC East.




Tonight's Game


CHICAGO BEARS (2-4)

@ NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (3-3)

8/7(c) ESPN








NCAA FOOTBALL



NCAA College Football Team Rankings here: Week 9

updated on Sunday, October 23



Game of the Week


OLE MISS @ LSU


Ole Miss traveled to Baton Rouge yesterday afternoon with their undefeated record on the line to take on the LSU Tigers in an SEC West midseason showdown. The game was close in the first half with Ole Miss leading the Tigers 20-17 heading into halftime. Coming out of the break, the Tigers really sped up the game in the second half and Ole Miss couldn't stop the Tiger's running game, especially QB Jayden Daniels who ran for 121 yards on the ground with 3 rushing TD's. Daniels also threw for 248 yards and 2 TDs for LSU. Coach Kelly said after the win, "we are starting to play with consistency, and we play the game to win it." LSU moves to 6-2 and Ole Miss falls to 7-1 on the year.



- Who's #1 in the BMPReport.com Top 30


- Clemson remains undefeated with win over previously undefeated Syracuse 27-21.


- Alabama recovers after last week's loss and beats down Mississippi State at home.


- TCU gets to 7-0 on the year beating Kansas State in a big conference win 38-28.


- Oregon takes down undefeated UCLA at home this weekend 45-30.




Upsets of the Weekend


LSU takes down undefeated Ole Miss in Baton Rouge.






Breaking down the Top 10


SEC POWER RANKINGS THIS WEEK




Check out our Week 8 Review

NCAA Football Top Games in Review


Games in Review: Week 8










MLB



Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas WORLD SERIES BEGINS FRIDAY IN HOUSTON

National League


The Philadelphia Phillies continued their post-season tear, first taking down the NL Central leaders the St. Louis Cardinals in 2 straight, then they won 3 of 4 over the defending champion Atlanta Braves, and on Sunday they wrapped up a World Series berth taking 4 of 5 from the San Diego Padres. The 6th seeded Phillies have come alive in the last 3 weeks of baseball. They have won 8 out of their last 10 games.


The Phillies head to Houston to take on the Astros in Game 1 of the World Series in the best-of-7 series beginning on Friday night, October 28th. Game 2 is scheduled for Saturday night October 29th again at Minute Maid Park.



REGULAR SEASON BREAKDOWN


ASTROS


PHILLIES



American League


The path for the #1 Seeded Houston Astros in the AL has been unblemished. They took 3 straight over the Cleveland Guardians and Game 3 of that series went 18 Innings to secure the win over the Seattle Mariners 1-0 when Jeremy Pena hit the game winning HR to advance to the ALCS. The Astros then took down the New York Yankees in 4 straight to reach the World Series. The Astros have won 9 of the last 10 games and one of those losses was to the Phillies.

Game 1 of the World Series starts on Friday night October 28th in Houston. Game 2 is scheduled for Saturday October 29th again in Houston.


SIDE NOTE:

The Astros took 2 of 3 against the Phillies in the last regular season matchup of the year.




*The World Series will begin on October 28th in a best-of-7 series.


















GOLF




PGA



The CJ Cup was held at the Congaree Golf Club in Ridgeland, South Carolina this past week and on Sunday it was Rory McIlroy who raised the cup for his 23rd Tour win and his 4th on the year. This was McIlroy's 2nd consecutive CJ Cup title. Kurt Kitayama finished second at -16 under, followed by K.H. Lee at -15 under on the tournament.




Upcoming Schedule:


Butterfield Bermuda Championship

October 27 - October 30

Port Royal Golf Course





LPGA



The BMW Ladies Championship was held at the Oak Valley Country Club in Wonju, South Korea this past weekend and Linda Ko took home the title with her 18th win in the LPGA. Ko shot a -7 under 65 on Sunday after finishing the last 4 holes -3 under and winning by 4 over Andrea Lee who finished the tournament at -17 under. Hyo Joo Kim finished 3rd at -16.



Upcoming Schedule:



Taiwan Swinging Skirts

October 27 - October 30

Mirimar Resort and Country Club








BASKETBALL




NBA


22-23' NBA regular season kicked off this week and we're 3 games into the season.

The Boston Celtics, Utah Jazz, and the Portland Trailblazers are all 3-0 to start the year.




NCAA Men


  • Officially Starts on Monday Nov. 7th

  • November 15th will showcase Duke taking on Kansas, and Kentucky taking on Michigan State in the State Farm Champions Classic at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN.




NCAA Women


  • The 22-23' season begins on November 7th this year.











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