COLLEGE GAMEDAY ESPN’s pre-show decided to set up shop in big 10 territory, and not the biggest game in the big 12 this year.
ROW THE BOAT ... TO MINNESOTA— College GameDay (@CollegeGameDay) October 18, 2020
See you next week for our first Big Ten showdown of the season: Michigan vs. Minnesota pic.twitter.com/2bzNOd0Oge
3 THINGS WE LEARNED Jake Brend breaks down key takeaways from the Texas Tech game.
BY GAWD THAT’S TYRESE’S MUSIC So to be honest, I don’t really know why WWE cut these promos, Tyrese wasn’t in the show in person. But here’s to hoping he’s the next Rodman in the NWO.
The #HurtBusiness and #NBADraft prospect @TyHaliburton22 taking over the @NBA and the @WWE?— WWE (@WWE) October 19, 2020
Sounds like a SLAM DUNK combination in honor of #WWERaw's season premiere!
Whaddya say, @The305MVP? pic.twitter.com/6v2KXRqu3D
OFF SEASON SZN The NBA off season, is the on season for many NBA fans. ESPN’s panel answers some of the biggest question marks.
KYLER-WROLD Move over Jerry. Kyler Murray improves to 7-0 in Dallas’ AT&T stadium dating back to high school. Also, Cowboys are bad.
TALKIN’ SOCCER I don’t really know what any of this means, but new leagues always make me happy.
EXCLUSIVE: The Wall Street bank JP Morgan is in talks to provide a debt package worth around $6bn (£4.6bn) to a new FIFA-backed European Premier League, which Liverpool and Manchester United - and clubs from Germany, Italy and Spain - are in talks to join. https://t.co/R4pmvZnIYJ— Mark Kleinman (@MarkKleinmanSky) October 20, 2020
NFC L-EAST As a casual NFL fan, it is absolutely hilarious to me that one of the most ‘historic’ divisions in football, is an absolute trash bag dumpster fire.
LOOKS GOOD IN SHORTS Allen has struggled against the best of the best, but Buffalo is convinced they got their guy.
TALKIN’ HOCKEY Doc Emrick has been the voice of hockey for 40 years. Even if you don’t know the name, you know the voice. Wishing him a good retirement.
There are very few words to adequately describe the life and career of Doc Emrick, so let's let his own words carry the day as he announces his retirement.— NBC Sports (@NBCSports) October 19, 2020
From all of us, #ThankYouDoc. pic.twitter.com/Nkok25xJLo
COACH SHAW A look into the many challenges of being a coach, during a pandemic, of an expansion developmental team, with a possible lottery pick on your team. Woof.
SID HARTMAN A legendary figure in sports journalism. ‘Allegedly’, somewhat responsible for playing a part in getting both the Twins and the Vikings to the twin cities. But maybe the craziest accomplishment in his career, he signed George Mikan to the Minnesota Lakers.
Sid Hartman covered Karl-Anthony Towns...and he also covered George Mikan. That's incredible. https://t.co/XIY0hYVDsd— J.A. Adande (@jadande) October 18, 2020
98.3 VIBE OF THE WEEK All Destiny’s Child did was make bangers. Nobody circles the wagons like Beyoncé’s bills. As Kanye West would say, “If you’re messing with this girl, then you better be paid,”