After two dominant pitching performances in the Wild Card games, the final four teams in each league are set to battle to take the next step toward the World Series. Here’s a preview of the 2015 American and National League Division Series.
After all the upsets the last couple Saturdays, this looks to be a calmer week with just one game between ranked teams. But that doesn’t mean this weekend won’t have its own share of excitement. Here are the big storylines going into this weekend in college football.
Dallas Keuchel threw six shutout innings and Colby Rasmus and Carlos Gomez homered to lead the Houston Astros over the New York Yankees, 3-0, in the American League Wild Card game in the Bronx on Tuesday night.
Justin Tucker succeeded after Josh Scobee failed. Tucker kicked the game-tying and game-winning field goals and the Ravens beat the Steelers — and Scobee — 23-20 in overtime in Pittsburgh on Thursday night.
Now the fun begins. With September's slate of sad non-conference games behind us, now we get to the good stuff with a full schedule of conference match ups and several games between ranked teams. Here are some of the big questions this week in college football.
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