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Sports Column: December Highlights [Guest Blog]

December 12, 2012 3:15 pm Published by
by Mike Seligson, QSAC client

MLB: David Wright agrees to a 7 year, $138 million extension with the Mets. Bad news for the Yankees, they will be without Alex Rodriguez for 4-6 months.

NFL: The Patriots clinch the AFC East for the fourth straight year, and ten of the last twelve, due to a win in Miami, 23-16.

Rex Ryan and his Jets won 7-6 over the Arizona Cardinals, thanks to a brilliant move of putting in third string quarterback Greg McElroy, who threw the game-winning touchdown, and benching Mark Sanchez.

It was a not so good game for the New York Giants who played the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football. In RG3’s MNF debut, the Redskins pounded the ball for over 250 rushing yards, though a positive for the New York Giants is they are still a game up on the Washington Redskins.

NBA: Good news for New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets fans: The 12-4 Knicks are perfect at home and 2nd in the Eastern Conference. The Brooklyn Nets are 11-5, 3rd in the Eastern Conference.

NCAAF: Notre Dame and Alabama will face off in a clash of the #1 and #2 titans, at the end of a whole month of college bowl games.

NCAAB: The Indiana Hoosiers and the Duke Blue Devils are #1 and #2 in the country. Kentucky took a big nose dive and is out of the top 25 for the first time in the John Calipari era.


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