Archive for: October, 2006

Sunday, October 15, 2006—Steeler Season Decided?

The Pittsburgh (1-3) Steelers host the Kansas City Chiefs (2-2) at 4 pm today with the home team favored by 6.5 to 7 points. It sounds fair, except when you consider the recent breakdown in the Steeler offense and the ability of the Chiefs to overcome the loss of QB Trent Green. Pittsburgh has lost […]

UFC Fight Night on Spike TV Tonight

Tonight fans of the Mixed Martial Arts scene are being treated to a free show on Spike TV. The UFC is calling this “The Final Chapterâ€?. In their third and final fight Ken Shamrock and Tito Ortiz will square off. In their first bout in November of 2002, Ortiz stopped Shamrock after the third round. […]

SEC- Arkansas Stuns Auburn

The unranked Arkansas Razorbacks were not very polite visitors today as they went to the #2 Auburn Tigers’ home and beat them 27-10 in a major upset. RB Darren McFadden carried the ball 28 times, gaining a total of 144 yards and scoring 1 TD. His score came on a break away 63-yard run with […]

Week 6–#9 LSU Vs. #5 Florida

In week six of the NCAA Football season, this match-up between the #9 LSU Tigers and the #5 Florida Gators has ramifications in the SEC and the Top-25 nationally. The big game is scheduled for October 7, 2006 at 3:30 pm in the Gators’ Swamp.

Week 6– #11 Oregon Vs. #16 California

There are four games this week that pit schools ranked in the top-25 against one another. They are games that, along with true upsets, stand to either help solidify or alter a schools ranking. Here’s a look at #11 Oregon Vs. #16 California (October 7, 2006 at 8 pm ET)

Early 49ers/Raiders Game Preview

Even with the NHL dropping the puck on its regular season and day 2 of the MLB baseball playoffs underway, football still gets all the attention from the Maddux Sports Blog Today. While you are waiting for our winning NFL Picks to be finalized, check out the Sunday preview of the 49ers/Oakland game. After the […]

NBA Composite Ball- Will it Affect Scoring?

There’s something new appearing on all NBA courts this season, and it’s got some NBA players complaining loudly. For the first time in 35 years and the second time in 60 seasons, professional basketball is changing the ball. Leather basketballs are out, due to the fact that it was tough to create uniformity and there […]

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