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Weekend in Sports: Review

Headlines in the sports world this weekend

Boston Mountain Publishing, Monday September 26, 2022 6:51 AM


The Miami Dolphins move to (3-0) with a 21-19 win over the Buffalo Bills (2-1) on Sunday. QB Josh Allen of the Bills threw for 400 yards, but not enough in a tough, early season division matchup.

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were down all game to the Green Bay Packers, and in Brady fashion scored a touchdown with :15 seconds in the game to put the score at 14-12. The Bucs had to go for the 2-point conversion, but the pass was dropped, and Tampa moves to (2-1) along with Green Bay (2-1) on the season.

Key Injuries from Week 3

QB Mac Jones of the New England Patriots left the game with a leg injury and did not return.

WR Dalvin Cook of the Minnesota Vikings left with a shoulder injury in the 3rd quarter yesterday.

RB David Montgomery of the Chicago Bears left the game early with an ankle injury.

Tonight's Game

Dallas Cowboys (1-1) @ New York Giants (2-0)

8/7(c) ESPN


New College Football Team Rankings here: Week 5

Upsets of the Weekend

Kansas State beat (7) Oklahoma in Norman 41-34.

(19) Texas A&M beat the (8) Arkansas Razorbacks 23-21 on Saturday night

Texas Tech took down the (24) Texas Longhorns 37-34 in OT in Lubbock on Saturday afternoon and the fans stormed the field.

Middle Tennessee State defeated the (20) Miami Hurricanes in Miami 45-31.

The Kansas Jayhawks start the year 4-0 after beating Duke (3-1) in Lawrence Saturday afternoon.


Albert Pujols hit his 699th and 700th homerun of his career on Friday night in Los Angeles against the Dodgers. He became only the 4th player in major league history to reach the prestigious milestone behind Barry Bonds, Hank Aaron, and Babe Ruth.

Aaron Judge has 60 homeruns on the year and is contending for the AL Triple Crown.

The Houston Astros and Los Angeles Dodgers have clinched their division in the AL and NL West. Both teams will receive a first-round bye in the 2022 playoffs.

The New York Mets, Atlanta Braves, and the New York Yankees have all secured a playoff spot in the 2022 playoffs.

American League Wildcard Race

Toronto (86-67)

Tampa Bay (84-69)

Seattle (83-69)


Baltimore (79-73) 4 games back

3 spots still open

National League Wildcard Race

San Diego (85-68)

Philadelphia (83-69)


Milwaukee (82-71) 1.5 games back

2 spots still open


The CUP SERIES continued this weekend at Texas Motor Speedway in Arlington, Texas for the Autotrader EchoPark Automotive 500 Sunday. After a few weather delays throughout the day, Tyler Reddick took home the checkered flag with the lights on in Texas. Joey Logano finished 2nd, Justin Haley 3rd. Points leader for the CUP Round of 12 Chase Elliott finished 32nd after an early accident sent him to out.



Team USA won the President's Cup against their International competitors 17 1/2 points to 12 1/2 points at the Quail Hollow Club in Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday afternoon. Xander Schauffele stuck a wedge on the 18th within 5 ft. and sank the putt for par to clinch his match against Corey Conners of Canada for the last decisive point in the match-play finish. This is the 9th consecutive Presidents Cup win for Team USA.


Atthaya Thitikul of Thailand won the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship on Sunday afternoon in a playoff against Danielle Kang. The 19-year-old won on the second playoff hole with a birdie at the tough Par 4 16th Hole to clinch the victory at Pinnacle Country Club in Rogers, Arkansas. This is Thitikul's second win on the LPGA Tour this year.

This week:

The Ascendant LPGA

Sept. 30 - Oct. 2

Old American Golf Club

The Colony, TX


This week:

Sanderson Farms Championship

Sept. 29 - Oct. 2

Country Club of Jackson

Jackson, MS

2021 Winner: Sam Burns



  • 22-23' NBA regular season kicks off on October 18th.


  • 22-23' season starts on November 15th with 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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