View Full Version : Bad Weekend for Miami's College and Professional Teams

11-20-2005, 09:38 PM
Blitzing on almost every play, Georgia Tech was in Kyle Wright's face all night. And when he threw the ball up for grabs with the game on the line, the Yellow Jackets were there, too.
They sacked Wright seven times and made two late defensive stands, intercepting his final pass to upset the third-ranked Miami Hurricanes 14-10 Saturday night. :cry:


The New York Islanders made quick work of the free-falling Florida Panthers in the third period.
Shawn Bates scored two goals to help the Islanders hand the Panthers their 11th straight loss, 5-3 on Saturday night. :mad:


“Every one likes each other again,” said a chuckling Mike James after the Raptors beat the first-place Miami Heat 107-94 on Sunday to end Toronto’s longest losing streak since 2003. :confused:


Official distance: 75 yards. Official time: 18 seconds. Reuben Droughns, though, will remember the best run of his NFL career as going on forever.
Showing elusiveness, power and savvy, Droughns scored on a 75-yard run on Cleveland's first play and finished with 166 yards as the Browns put together their most complete game this season, a 22-0 rout of the Miami Dolphins. :fire:


11-21-2005, 08:10 PM
good weekend to be a PSU fan though :)

11-23-2005, 03:58 AM
I had to chuckle hearing about how my hometown Air Force Academy beat Miami in college basketball. :D