Greek's Trifecta: Week 2
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla -- Each week here on CBS 12 "The Greek" from Real Radio 94.3 joins us to give his trifecta for the pigskin weekend.
This week’s Trifecta:
Tennessee has a great passing attack, the Gators have problems on defense, Greek says, the Gators are gator bait. Tennessee, minus three over the gators.
On Sunday it's the NFL where the guys get paid. If you want to get paid, take the Ravens in the bird bowl plus the three. Michael Vick will have time for cheese steak because the ravens are going to be all over the field.
Finally, it's the Dolphins home opener, everyone is going to be there, the anniversary of the undefeated team 40 years ago. They're gonna need some of the players because its a QB league. Palmer is better than the rookie. Take the Raiders minus the three.
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Thursday, September 27 2012, 08:52 PM EDT
Last Update on May 25, 2013 16:43 GMT
UNDATED (AP) -- Tampa Bay's Matt Moore is looking to become baseball's first nine-game winner of the season when the Rays play host to the Yankees this afternoon. Moore is 8-0 with a 2.29 earned run average. The left-hander is 3-2 with a 3.99 ERA lifetime in five career starts against the Yankees.
The Yankees will be without center fielder Curtis Granderson for a while. He was hit by a pitch last night in Tampa and broke the little finger on his left hand. Granderson missed the first 38 games this season with a broken right forearm, after being hit by a pitch in his first at-bat of spring training.
Overall, today's schedule shows eight day games and seven night games.
The lone interleague game of the day has the Marlins in Chicago facing the White Sox tonight.
MEMPHIS (AP) -- Playing in front of their own fans the Memphis Grizzlies are looking tonight to get their first win against the Spurs in the NBA's Western Conference final. The Spurs won the first two games, played in San Antonio, 105-83 and 93-89. The second game took overtime to decide.
Being down 2-0 isn't new to the Grizzlies as they trailed the Clippers by that margin before roaring back to take the series in six games and advance against the Spurs.
The challenge now is tougher because no NBA team has won two series in the same postseason after trailing 0-2.
Game 4 in the series will be played Monday in Memphis.
UNDATED (AP) -- Both Boston and Detroit can advance to the next round of the Stanley Cup playoffs with a win today.
The Bruins-Rangers game is up first with Boston leading the New Yorkers 3-1 in their best of seven Eastern Conference semifinal. The Rangers kept their meager hopes alive with a 4-3 win in overtime Thursday night. Today's game is in Boston.
The Pittsburgh Penguins await the winner of the Boston-New York series. The Penguins advanced to the Eastern final by eliminating Ottawa in five games with a 6-2 win last night.
The Red Wings are on the verge of eliminating the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago had a great regular season but faces elimination tonight with a loss on the home-ice. The Wings took a 3-1 series lead in their Western semifinal with a 2-0 win Thursday. After dropping the first game in Chicago, the Red Wings have won three straight.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) -- Matt Kuchar (KOO'-char) was among 18 groups getting an early start today to finish their second round at the PGA's Colonial. Kuchar had taken a one-shot lead over Graham DeLaet when play was suspended due to inclement weather late in the second round yesterday. Kuchar was 10 under par through his 15 holes. DeLaet shot a second-round 3-under-67 and is 9-under-par.
The second round at Hogan's Alley will be completed this morning before the regularly scheduled third round
PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) -- Australia's Lindsey Wright has the lead during the third round of the LPGA event in the Bahamas. She stands 8-under for the day through 12 holes and 9-under for the tournament.
Several players are on the course at 6-under.
SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Lefty Russ Cochran and Kenny Perry start third round play at in the Senior PGA Championship tied for the lead at 7-under par after 36 holes.
Japan's Kiyoshi Murota (ky-YOH'-shee myoo-ROH'-tah) is two strokes back. Jay Haas, Duffy Waldorf and Loren Roberts are three off the lead.
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