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Weekend in Review: SPORTS

Headlines in the sports world over the weekend.

Boston Mountain Publishing, Monday November 7, 2022 - 6:59 AM
















NFL





The New York Jets took down the Buffalo Bills on Sunday 20-17 at home.


AFC East Division

Buffalo Bills - 6-2

New York Jets - 6-3

Miami Dolphins - 6-3



The Green Bay Packers lost their 5th straight game on Sunday to the Detroit Lions on the road. They are now 3-6 on the year.



The Philadelphia Eagles beat the Houston Texans on Thursday night to move to 8-0 on the year. They are the only undefeated team in the NFL and sitting atop the NFC East division by 2 games.



The Chiefs and the Titans went to OT on Sunday night in the late game and came out with the win 20-17. Kansas City moves to 6-3 on the year, a game ahead of the Chargers in the AFC West.

With the loss, the Titans fall to 5-3 but still leading the AFC South by two games.



The Seattle Seahawks have quietly climbed the ladder in the NFL this season and won their 4th straight game and are sitting atop the NFC West division by 2 games. They are 6-3 on the year, 2 games ahead of the 49ers.






Tonight's Game


Baltimore Ravens (5-3) @ New Orleans Saints (3-5)

8:15/7:15c ESPN









NCAA FOOTBALL



NCAA College Football Team Rankings here: Week 11

updated on Sunday, November 6



Game of the Week


LSU 32 vs ALABAMA 31


LSU Campus

No doubt about it, this was the game of the weekend and maybe even the year. Alabama has played in two games of this caliber this season and they couldn't get the win in either one of them.


In a game that was dominated by defense early on and entering halftime with the score at 7-6 and LSU leading, the 2nd Half turned into a back-and-forth thriller that came down to the wire in overtime. In OT, Alabama scored a TD on a long first possession and kicked the extra-point to take the score to 31- 24 Alabama. LSU got the ball back and answered immediately, as QB Jaylen Daniels kept the ball and ran right for 25 yards, only needing one play to find the end zone to go down a point. Then came the decision to go for two and the victory. LSU Head Coach Brian Kelly called a classic pick pass that he ran for years at Notre Dame and Daniels hit Mason Taylor on the short pass to the front right pylon for the win. Wild finish in Baton Rouge and the Tigers move to 7-2 on the year, tied with Alabama in the SEC West. The Tigers have won back-to-back Top 10 matchups in their last two games.



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


- Georgia moves to 9-0 after taking down undefeated Tennessee at home 27-13.


- Michigan is 9-0 after destroying Rutgers on the road 52-17.


- Ohio State is 9-0 after a tough game at Northwestern.


- TCU is 9-0 after winning 34-24 against Texas Tech.


- Texas beat Kansas State 34-27 on the road.


- Liberty ruins homecoming for Arkansas winning 21-19 on the road.




Upsets of the Weekend



Notre Dame takes down undefeated Clemson 35-14 at home on Saturday night. Dominate performance by the Irish.


The Fighting Illini fall to 7-2 on the year after losing to Michigan State 23-15.





Check out our Week 10 Review


NCAA Football

Games in Review: Week 10










MLB



HOUSTON ASTROS WIN THE 2022 WORLD SERIES


The Astros beat the Phillies in Game 6 to take the series 4-2 on Saturday night in Houston.


Minute Maid Park - Houston, Texas

GAME 6


Houston 4 - Philadelphia 1


The Houston Astros won their 2nd World Series in 6 seasons taking Game 6 against the Philadelphia Phillies 4-1 in Houston on Saturday night.


In a scoreless game through the first 5 innings, Kyle Schwarber again stepped to the plate for the Phillies and blasted a solo home run to right field to get the first score of the game.


Houston answered back in the bottom of the 6th when Yordan Alvarez sent a shot over the center field wall with 2 on to take the score to 3-1. Christian Vazquez added a single to left which allowed Alex Bregman to score taking the score to 4-1 which was enough for the win and the Series.


The Astros pitching rotation was solid throughout the 2022 season and other than a few innings in Game 1 and Game 3, they continued that in the post-season. Their only 2 losses of the post-season were in this series against the Phillies.


Philadelphia had an amazing post-season run, but the momentum ran out at the Top of the 5th inning of Game 4 when Houston found their bats and rallied 5 runs on multiple hits in a then scoreless game. Nothing to be ashamed of this season, and lots of blocks to build on in 2023.


Dusty Baker has coached in the Majors for 22 years and this is his first World Series Championship as Manager. He is the oldest manager to win a World Series Title at 73 years old.



GAME 5


Houston 3 - Philadelphia 2


The Astros get 9 hits against the Phillies and 3 runs is enough for the win. Kyle Schwarber again homers for the Phillies, but Houston finds ways to score to take Game 5 and head back home for Game 6 up 3-2 in the series.



GAME 4


Houston 5 - Philadelphia 0


Houston throws the 2nd no-hitter in World Series history against the Phillies to take Game 5. Starter Cristian Javier threw 6 hitless innings with 9 strikeouts and the bullpen cleaned up. Abreu, Montero, and Pressly each threw 1 hitless inning each to take the win in Philadelphia.



GAME 3


Philadelphia 7 - Houston 0


The Phillies best game so far in the series. 5 Home Runs by 5 different players in a shutout win for the home team. Suarez pitched 5 scoreless innings for the Phillies and the bullpen cleaned up to close out the win. Philly is up 2-1 in the series.



GAME 2


Houston 5 - Philadelphia 2


The Houston Astros won on Saturday night in Houston 5-2 over the Phillies at Minute Maid Park. The Astros led 5-0 after 5 innings, a deficient the Phillies couldn't overcome. on Saturday night. The World Series is tied 1-1 through Game 2.



GAME 1


Philadelphia 6 - Houston 5


The Philadelphia Phillies came from behind to take Game 1 of the World Series 6-5 on Friday night in Houston. Tied 5-5 after 9 innings, J.T. Realmuto stepped to the plate for the Phillies and hit a homer to right field for Philadelphia to secure the win. Realmuto also hit a 2 RBI double in the 5th which tied the game 5-5.






*HOUSTON ASTROS: 2022

REGULAR SEASON REVIEW















NASCAR




Joey Logano was the top Finisher in Phoenix to win the 2022 CUP Series on Sunday.


The CUP SERIES continued this weekend in Phoenix, Arizona at the Phoenix Raceway and Joey Logano took the checkered flag in the desert for this 2nd Career CUP Series Championship and his 4th win on the year. He felt confident early in the day and that continued throughout the race with his #22 car running near the front all day. He led 188 of the laps in Phoenix on Sunday afternoon.



It was tough day on Sunday as NASCAR found out early in the day that fellow Co-Owner Coy Gibbs passed away the night before at 49 years old. Condolances to the Gibbs family. Coy's son, Ty Gibbs won the Xfinity Series Championship on Saturday in Phoenix.















BASKETBALL





NBA


Milwaukee Bucks are the only undefeated team in the NBA. They are 9-0 to start the year.


Cleveland is second in the Eastern Division starting 8-1 this season.


The Western Conference has 7 teams separated by 2 or less games.


Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks is leading the league with an average of 36 points per game.


Rudy Gobert of the Minnesota Timberwolves is averaging 13.9 rebounds per game to lead the NBA.


Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns leads the league in assists per game with 10.2 per game.


Stephen Curry has made 46 3-pointers to date for the Golden State Warriors which currently leads the NBA.


Ivica Zubac leads the league with 26 blocks on the year for the Los Angeles Clippers.






NCAA MEN


  • Season officially starts today with games all day, starting at 12/11c.

  • 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


  • Season officially starts today with games all day, starting at 12/11c.













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