The NFC North leading Chicago Bears (9-4) travel to Minnesota to play in the Vikings (5-8) first outdoor home game in almost three decades. With the Metrodome collapsed, the University of Minnesota will host the game after last week’s game was moved to Detroit. How will the elements change the game?
Week 15 has many games with playoff implications. Unlike years past, there are no teams that can afford to bench their starters, unless you are Mike Shanahan.
Bye weeks are over, so all your teams are in action in Week 11. There are many big games on this week’s schedule, including Green Bay at Minnesota and New York Giants at Philadelphia.
Prepare for the second meeting between the Eagles and Redskins tonight on Monday Night Football by catching up on yesterday’s scores.
It is that time again. Let’s hear from you readers. We had another week of stellar performances. Pick the ONE that stands out to you, and tell us a story
I thought of perhaps the greatest backcourt in Ivy League history, the University of Pennsylvania’s Jerome Allen and Matt Maloney. NBA fans remember Matt Maloney more than Allen because of his performances with the Houston Rockets in the late-1990s where he started all 82 games his rookie year.
Quite a few Temple University guards continued their careers at the highest level of professional basketball these last two decades. Some became first round draft picks while others signed after going undrafted.
I’m sorry Jay Wright. I’m sorry Villanova. Most importantly, I’m sorry Philadelphia. I forgot for one single moment how important our allegiances are, not just to our school, but the places we call home. For a brief moment I turned my back on you. And for what? A silly, meaningless bracket.