T.G.I.M.! #132

Taking a look at the sports week ahead.

James LeBeauby James LeBeau

After another exciting weekend of sports, one that saw many teams in both the college and the pro levels falter under the weight of expectations, it's Monday again. With Monday upon us, perhaps the greatest sports day of the week because it grants us a whole new 7 days of sports Nirvana, we take a peek at the upcoming games.

Monday night should prove to be exciting if nothing else as the Green Bay Packers are putting offensive numbers on a record pace and are looking to stay undefeated. Tuesday brings us some marquee college basketball games as two of the top 3 teams in the land take the court against ranked opponents. We are again gifted with another NFL game on Thursday and with Denver taking center stage against the Jets, you know all eyes will be on Tebow.

Overall, the regular week combined with the usually awesome bevvy of weekend sports grants us many things to be thankful for and since 'tis the season', as the saying goes. That fits right in.

(all times are EST)



Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers 8:30 pm ESPN

(NCAABB) Washington State at (23) Gonzaga 12 am ESPN



(NCAABB) (10) Florida at (3) Ohio State 8 pm ESPN2

(NCAABB) (13) Kansas vs (2) Kentucky 9 pm ESPN



(NCAAFB) Ohio at Bowling Green 8pm ESPN

(NCAAFB) Western Michigan at Miami (Ohio) 8pm ESPN2



New York Jets at Denver Broncos 8:20 pm NFL Network

(NCAAFB) North Carolina at no. 8 Virginia Tech 8 pm ESPN

(NCAABB) St. Johns vs. (16) Arizona 9:30 pm ESPN2



(NCAAFB) No 2 Oklahoma State at Iowa State 8 pm ESPN



(NCAAFB) No. 16 Nebraska at No. 18 Michigan 12pm ESPN

(NCAAFB) No. 5 Oklahoma at No. 22 Baylor 8 pm ABC



Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens 1 pm CBS

Philadelphia Eagles at New York Giants 8:20 pm NBC

(NASCAR) Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami 2 pm ESPN