Busy seeing “The Help” AGAIN this weekend? Here’s some of what you missed.
There was a wild one in Waco. [Baylor Lariat]
Thunderstorms will probably be moving into the AP Top 25 this week. Weather delays interrupted the game at Notre Dame and ended a game in the third quarter at Michigan. Irish flopped. Wolverines rolled.
Good ol’ fashioned, smash mouth SEC football prevails over fast-paced, untraditional football. No. 4 LSU 40, No. 3 Oregon 27. [Oregon Daily Emerald]
Stephen Garcia comes off the bench to lead South Carolina’s comeback over East Carolina. No. 12 South Carolina 56, East Carolina 37. [The Daily Gamecock]
No. 23 Auburn needs a last-minute TD to survive against Utah State. [AP]
More Usain: Bolt anchors Jamaica in world-record in 4×100-meter relay final at Worlds. [AP]
A day after being cut by the Patriots, two-time Pro Bowler and former first-round pick Brandon Meriweather signs with the Bears [PFT]
Donald Young: the new face of American tennis? [Busted Racket]
Peyton Manning, who hasn’t missed a start since joining the league in 1998, is doubtful to play in Sunday’s season opener. [Indy Star]
Staying consistent to the NFL’s supension of Terrelle Pryor, the Colts suspend new consultant and former Ohio State coach Jim Tressel for the first six games. [AP]
Funky uniforms and all, Maryland downs Miami, 32-24, in Randy Edsall and Al Golden’s head coaching debuts. [AP]
Rex Grossman is your Redskins starting quarterback. Make your plans accordingly. [Washington Examiner]
Yankees’ rookie catcher gets his first two career jacks in the same game. [Newsday]
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