Sunday, December 30, 2007


The NFL has released the Playoff Schedule for the Wildcard Weekend January 5th and 6th 2008. The only item left to be determined is who will face the San Diego Chargers on Sunday afternoon. NBC has a winner in both games and both games should be hard hitting. These will be the last games of the season for NBC until the 2008 Pro Bowl.

For Previews and Picks: CLICK HERE

Wild Card Weekend - Saturday, Jan. 5

Washington Redskins at Seattle Seahawks 4:30 p.m. NBC
Jacksonville Jaguars at Pittsburgh Steelers 8 p.m. NBC

Wild Card Weekend - Sunday, Jan. 6

NY Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1 p.m. FOX
Tennessee/Cleveland at San Diego 4:30 p.m. CBS

Capital One Bowl Preview: Michigan vs. Florida (VIDEO)

The Michigan Wolverines take on the Florida Gators in Florida's backyard on January 1st in the Capital One Bowl in Orlando. Michigan looks to salvage their preseason #5 ranking that went down the toilet after week one. The Gators look to showcase Heisman Trophy Winner Tim Tebow in a game more for pride and Conference bragging rights. I expect to see the offenses have a field day in this game and the defenses struggle like they have most of the season. I like Tebow and Michigan RB Mike Hart to have some great performances in this game, but I like Florida to win 41-34. Watch ESPN's Todd McShay preview the game below.

Independence Bowl Preview: Alabama vs. Colorado (VIDEO)

On Sunday Night the Alabama Crimson Tide take on the Colorado Buffaloes in the Independence Bowl at 8pm ET on ESPN. This game will be tough to get viewers due to the number of football fans tuning into the Titans vs. Colts on NBC's Football Night in America. This is more of a stepping stone game for Alabama and Nick Saban as they look to get back to a BCS Bowl next year. For Colorado, they want to prove to America that the Big 12 was tougher top to bottom than the SEC...should be an interesting contest to watch. Watch ESPN's Todd McShay preview the game below.

NFL WEEK 17 Picks: Patriots Beat Giants Go Undefeated

Week 17 kicked off in a game the NFL must be excited about, the Patriots beat the NY Giants 31-28 in a game where it wasn't decided until the final 2 minutes of the game. I think, though I am not a Patriots fan, they have to be considered one of the greatest teams ever, but will all be moot if they don't win the Super Bowl. Congrats! In other Week 17 games, there are still playoff implications that exist and should be a great Sunday for Pigskin! I like the Chargers to win to claim the #3 spot in the AFC, I think Cleveland will get the final spot in the AFC, I think the Vikings will win the final spot in the NFC!


Seattle at Atlanta 1 p.m.
Carolina at Tampa Bay 1 p.m.
New Orleans at Chicago 1 p.m.
San Francisco at Cleveland 1 p.m.
Detroit at Green Bay 1 p.m.
Jacksonville at Houston 1 p.m.
Buffalo at Philadelphia 1 p.m.
Cincinnati at Miami 1 p.m.
Dallas at Washington 4:15 p.m.
Pittsburgh at Baltimore 4:15 p.m.
Kansas City at N.Y. Jets 4:15 p.m.
St. Louis at Arizona 4:15 p.m.
Minnesota at Denver 4:15 p.m.
San Diego at Oakland 4:15 p.m.
Tennessee at Indianapolis 8:15 p.m. (NBC)

Saturday, December 29, 2007

Discuss Bowls, BCS, NFL, and More On Mud Free Sports Radio

Just to let you know...Mud Free Sports will have their second edition of the Radio Show starting at NOON ET Saturday. Listen to Big Ron, LayDdee, and special guest Ethanator from SECFOOTBALLBLOGGER.COM. We will discuss the Bowl Games, the BCS Championship, and NFL Week 17 as well as the playoff matchups and possibilities. Give us your opinion...let us know by calling in or chatting in the chat box located on the page! Click HERE to listen at NOON Saturday December 29th.

Friday, December 28, 2007

Former Yankee Jim Leyritz Charged With DUI

Former Major League Baseball player Jim Leyritz was arrested and charged with DUI Manslaughter and DUI Property Damages in Fort Lauderdale, Fl. on Friday after his SUV collided with another car and the driver of the second vehicle was ejected and from her Mitsubishi and died. Leyritz turned 44 on Thursday and apparently had partied a little too much before getting behind the wheel. Leyritz is best known for his home run in Game 4 of the 1996 World Series that tied the Atlanta Braves at 6and the Yankees went on to win that game and the World Series in 6 games, their first title in 18 Years. Who can forget Leyritz with the big pad on his left arm as he was up to bat and his intensity on seemingly every play. Now, as is the case with more and more athletes, he will go down in our memories as someone who was great on the field, but screwed up bad in society. Jim, we hope you get thru this and get the help you need, while realizing you have a debt to pay now. Good luck and our prayers are with you and the victims families.

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Thoughts About NFL Network Showing Patriots vs. Giants

As many already know, the NFL decided to allow NBC and CBS to simulcast the NFL Network's broadcast of the Patriots vs. Giants on Saturday December 29th. I have some thoughts about why the NFL did this:

1. Money. They are probably charging NBC and CBS a good amount of money to show the game. The NFL has most likely lost money on the failure to secure a deal with Time Warner and Comcast to place the NFL Network in their lineups.

2. Manipulation. Look for this to be a Super Bowl-like production with the NFL pulling out all the stops to make their channel look big time. Also, you can bet that their will be at least and maybe even two commercials per break for the NFL Network. Their logo will be prominently displayed throughout the game and they will promo shows like crazy. Make no mistake, this is to manipulate the viewer to either barrage their cable company or switch to a satellite provider like Directv or Dish Network. Maybe they will even interview Jerry Jones and have him just come out and say it!

3. Mr. Nice Guy. How else can the NFL come across like the good guy this holiday season than give us fans what we want to see? They know that this is primarily a PR move. We think the NFL can't get any bigger and Commissioner Roger Goodell is betting he can get even larger. More fans = more money.

4. Domination. The NFL doesn't just want to win...they want to dominate and kick other leagues all over the field. The NFL wants to make their next contract with TV Networks twice as costly as the one they have now.

The bottom line, the NFL knows that football is a drug and for many of us, the NFL Network is a new drug we have never tried. If the drug dealer, the NFL, gives us our first hit free, we will be hooked and will do whatever we can to get it. So, be like Bill Clinton, don't inhale!

Wednesday, December 26, 2007


In a huge turnaround, the NFL has agreed to broadcast Saturday's NFL Game between the Patriots and Giants originally scheduled for the NFL Network to everyone on a simulcast on NBC and CBS. The NFL posted this AP Story below at 5:58pm ET on Wednesday December 27th. NFL Fans get a huge post Christmas Present as the Patriots go for an undefeated record of 16-0.

NEW YORK -- The New England Patriots' shot at history Saturday night will be available for every household in the country with a television after months of wrangling.

The game against the New York Giants, in which the Patriots could become the first NFL team to go 16-0 in the regular season, was originally scheduled to be shown only on the NFL Network, which is available in fewer than 40 percent of the nation's homes with TVs.

But the league announced Wednesday that the NFL Network feed will be simulcast on NBC and CBS. It's a major concession by league officials, who repeatedly said they would not show the game anywhere but the NFL Network. The NFL had faced mounting pressure from politicians in recent weeks to make the game available to more viewers.

This will be the first three-network simulcast in NFL history and the first simulcast of any kind of an NFL game since the first Super Bowl in 1967, when CBS and NBC both televised the first meeting of the champions of the newly merged National Football League and American Football League.

Monday, December 24, 2007

5 Nights of Boxing On HBO...Best Boxing Bouts of 2007

On the five days of Christmas, HBO will be like Santa and give us Boxing fans the best fights of 2007. The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, Dec. 25 at 11:00 PM --
Jermain Taylor vs. Kelly Pavlik

Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 11:00 PM--
Joe Calzaghe vs. Mikkel Kessler

Thursday, Dec. 27 at 11:00 PM --
Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather

Friday, Dec. 28 at 11:00 PM --
Miguel Cotto vs. Shane Mosley

Saturday, Dec. 29 at 12 midnight --
Floyd Mayweather vs. Ricky Hatton

This will be the second replay in 2 weeks of the Mayweather vs. Hatton Fight. People are still talking about that great bout here in the US and across Europe. There is also talk now from Mark Cuban of the Dallas Mavericks that he may get Mayweather involved in MMA. Remember Mayweather and Cuban performed on Dancing With The Stars this past season and began a friendship and a business relationship. So, if you have HBO and are tired of all the boring Bowl games and non-league NCAA Basketball games. Take a look back at the 5 best fights of the year.

Scott Skiles Fired By Chicago Bulls...Merry Christmas!

Bulls head coach Scott Skiles was fired today by the Bulls John Paxson. Merry Christmas! Paxson is now officially the Grinch, or is he? There has to be a nice buyout in Skiles' contract and could take off for somewhere a lot warmer and sunnier. Already talk on ESPN Radio is maybe Larry Brown will get the call to clean up the Bulls. How about Skiles to the Knicks to take over the head coaching duties? Gotta believe that he can do better for the Knicks than Isiah Thomas has. Here is the story posted on the Bulls Website earlier Monday.

Chicago Bulls Executive Vice President of Basketball Operations John Paxson today announced that Scott Skiles has been relieved of his duties as the team’s head coach.

In a statement released this morning, Paxson said:

“This was a difficult decision to make, but one that was necessary at this time. Scott helped us in many ways during his time with the Bulls; most importantly, he helped this franchise get back to respectability. I am appreciative of his hard work and the imprint that he left on our team.”

At this time, no decision has been made on Skiles’ replacement. On Nov. 28, 2003, Skiles became the fifteenth head coach in franchise history when he succeeded Bill Cartwright.

Over the span of five seasons with the Bulls, he compiled a record of 165-172 (.490), and guided the team to the playoffs three consecutive years, highlighted by a first-round series sweep of the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat in the 2007 NBA Playoffs.

In eight-plus seasons as a head coach in the NBA, Skiles owns a career coaching record of 281-251 (.528).

Sunday, December 23, 2007

2007 Most Inspirational Story In Sports

Mud Free Sports has announced the Most Inspirational Story in Sports for 2007. The tradegy and quick recovery of Bills Tight End Kevin Everett is the winner of this award. Few can forget the opening week hit that Everett suffered on a kickoff and him lying on the field motionless for a number of minutes. The next day, doctors said his injury was such, that he may never walk again. We only learned within 48 hours that their was movement and doctors were crediting a new technique that Bills' doctors had just practiced in the weeks leading up to the season opener. Now, as the season draws to a close, Everett is able to walk on his own and even attended the Bills game against the Giants. Everett spoke to his teammates and then sat in Bills Owner Ralph Wilson's private box. He is humble and was unsure whether he should even attend the game, fearing that too much attention would be on him. We can only hope that Kevin will also be able to play the game he loves once again!

NFL WEEK 16 Preview/Playoff Scenarios!

The Steelers and Cowboys both got thru mid-week games with wins. Now its up to the other teams barely hanging on to get thru their games and make their run at the playoffs. I don't think the Giants will get out of Buffalo with a win with the Bills toughness and the return of Kevin Everett to Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills win, 21-10. In NFC action that will also impact the playoff race, the Washington Redskins travel to Minnesota to take on the Vikings. VVvikings have been playing with a mission and look to keep it going and earn a playoff berth tonite. Vikings win, 34-27.


NY Giants at Buffalo 1 p.m.
Green Bay at Chicago 1 p.m.
Cleveland at Cincinnat 1 p.m.
Kansas City at Detroit 1 p.m.
Houston at Indianapolis 1 p.m.
Oakland at Jacksonville 1 p.m.
Philadelphia at New Orleans 1 p.m.
Atlanta at Arizona 4:05 p.m.
Tampa Bay at San Francisco 4:05 p.m.
Miami at New England 4:15 p.m.
NY Jets at Tennessee 4:15 p.m.
Baltimore at Seattle 4:15 p.m.
Washington at Minnesota 8:15 p.m. (NBC)
Denver at San Diego
8 p.m. (ESPN)

Playoff Scenarios
Clinched:New England Patriots: AFC East; home-field advantage
Indianapolis Colts: AFC South, first-round bye
San Diego Chargers: AFC West
Clinch AFC North with:Cleveland loss
Clinch playoff spot with:Tennessee loss
Clinch playoff berth:1. Win or tie OR2. Tennessee loss or tie OR3. Cleveland loss
Clinch playoff berth:1. Win OR2. Tennessee loss3. Tie and Tennessee tie

Clinched:Dallas Cowboys: NFC East; first-round bye
Green Bay Packers: NFC North; first-round bye
Seattle Seahawks: NFC West
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: NFC South
Clinch home-field advantage throughout NFC playoffs with:Green Bay loss
Clinch a playoff berth with:1. Win or tie OR2. Washington Redskins loss or tie and New Orleans Saints loss or tie
Clinch a playoff berth with:Win and New Orleans loss or tie

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Terrell Owens Hurts Ankle, Cowboys Lead at Half

In the 2nd game in 3 days on the NFL Network, a Pro-Bowl Player has gone to the lockerroom early with a leg injury. Terrell Owens was tackled on a pass play at about the five yard line and his ankle got caught underneath him. Owens was taken back and x-rays were taken. His Agent Drew Rosenhaus met him as he came out of the X-Ray room and walked him back to the lockerroom. The Cowboys lead the Panthers 17-7 at halftime. According to the NFL Network, Owens is out for the night and doctors will take a look at him tomorrow. X-Rays look to be negative and that is a positive.

Marty May Follow Bobby In Atlanta

Their are reports that former Chiefs and Chargers coach Marty Schottenheimer may take over in Atlanta for Bobby Petrino who ran away like a whiny school girl to take over in Arkansas, was that where he went? Why the hell would you go to offense to my good friend Al, but oh...this isn't about Petrino...its about Schottenheimer. Marty was 14-2 with the Chargers last season and is going to be a hot commodity, especially after the way the Chargers started out the season under Norv Turner. Also in the rumor mill is that Chargers assistant GM Buddy Nix may be hired away to take over for the Falcons in the GM role. Look for something to get done before New Year's so that Marty doesn't get away like Bill Parcells did.

Friday, December 21, 2007

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Kevin Everett To Walk Onto Field Sunday

Injured TE Kevin Everett of the Buffalo Bills is expected to speak to his teammates and walk onto the field Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, NY. Everett was injured in the first game of the season against the Denver Broncos on a kickoff when he lowered his head and hurt his spine. The trainers gave Everett an ice-water treatment on the field that they had practiced in the weeks leading up to the season. That treatment is credited with allowing Everett to make a quick recovery and possibly saving his life. Though the Bills are out of the playoff chase, look for them to hang strong with the Giants and look for the appearance of Kevin Everett to infuse the crowd with even more passion and encourage the Bills' players even more. What a great story this is and we can only hope that Everett will even play football again soon.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Willie Parker Out For Season

The Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl Running Back Willie Parker is out for the remainder of the season with a fractured fibula. He broke his leg on the second play from scrimmage in Thursday Nights game against the St. Louis Rams. Najeh Davenport has picked up most of the rushing duties and is expected to carry the load through the rest of the regular season and the playoffs. This will have a big impact on Parker's contract as he was expected to receive a bonus for leading the league in rushing. This will also likely put Fred Taylor into the Pro Bowl in February.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007


The NFL released the Pro Bowl Rosters for the 2007 season, and the big surprise is the late Sean Taylor being named in the NFC. This is an honor he deserved and must bring a lot of joy to both his family and the Washington Redskins faithful. In the NFC, Brett Favre got the nod over Tony Romo and Matt Hasselbeck for the starting QB Position. In the AFC, Ben Roethlisberger made the AFC squad while, surprise, Tom Brady is the Starter at QB and Peyton Manning is the other reserve. At RB in the AFC, the undrafted Willie Parker was named to the Pro Bowl, solidifying his place as one of the top RB's in the NFL. Check out the whole list below.

Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Quarterback Brett Favre, Green Bay (Highlights) Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle (Highlights)
Tony Romo, Dallas (Highlights)
Running back Adrian Peterson, Minnesota (Highlights) Marion Barber, Dallas (Highlights)
Brian Westbrook, Philadelphia (Highlights)
Fullback Tony Richardson, Minnesota
Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona (Highlights)
Terrell Owens, Dallas (Highlights)
Donald Driver, Green Bay (Highlights)
Torry Holt, St. Louis (Highlights)
Tight end Jason Witten, Dallas (Highlights) Chris Cooley, Washington (Highlights)
Tackle Flozell Adams, Dallas
Walter Jones, Seattle
Chris Samuels, Washington
Guard Leonard Davis, Dallas
Steve Hutchinson, Minnesota
Shawn Andrews, Philadelphia
Center Andre Gurode, Dallas Matt Birk, Minnesota
Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Defensive end Aaron Kampman, Green Bay
Patrick Kerney, Seattle (Highlights)
Osi Umenyiora, N.Y. Giants (Highlights)
Defensive tackle Kevin Williams, Minnesota (Highlights)
Pat Williams, Minnesota (Highlights)
Tommie Harris, Chicago
Outside linebacker Julian Peterson, Seattle (Highlights)
DeMarcus Ware, Dallas (Highlights)
Lance Briggs, Chicago (Highlights)
Inside linebacker Lofa Tatupu, Seattle (Highlights) Patrick Willis, San Francisco (Highlights)
Cornerback Al Harris, Green Bay (Highlights)
Marcus Trufant, Seattle (Highlights)
Terence Newman, Dallas (Highlights)
Free safety Sean Taylor, Washington (Highlights) Ken Hamlin, Dallas
Strong safety Darren Sharper, Minnesota (Highlights)
Special teams
Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Punter Andy Lee, San Francisco
Placekicker Nick Folk, Dallas (Highlights)
Kick returner Devin Hester, Chicago (Highlights)
Special teamer Brendon Ayanbadejo, Chicago
Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Quarterback Tom Brady, New England (Highlights) Peyton Manning, Indianapolis (Highlights)
Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh (Highlights)
Running back LaDainian Tomlinson, San Diego (Highlights) Joseph Addai, Indianapolis (Highlights)
Willie Parker, Pittsburgh (Highlights)
Fullback Lorenzo Neal, San Diego
Wide receiver Randy Moss, New England (Highlights)
Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis (Highlights)
Braylon Edwards, Cleveland (Highlights)
T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Cincinnati (Highlights)
Tight end Antonio Gates, San Diego (Highlights) Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City (Highlights)
Tackle Matt Light, New England
Jason Peters, Buffalo
Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore
Guard Alan Faneca, Pittsburgh
Logan Mankins, New England
Kris Dielman, San Diego
Center Jeff Saturday, Indianapols Dan Koppen, New England
Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Defensive end Jared Allen, Kansas City (Highlights)
Kyle Vanden Bosch, Tennessee (Highlights)
Jason Taylor, Miami (Highlights)
Defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth, Tennessee (Highlights)
Vince Wilfork, New England
Jamal Williams, San Diego
Outside linebacker James Harrison, Pittsburgh (Highlights)
Mike Vrabel, New England (Highlights)
Shawne Merriman, San Diego (Highlights)
Inside linebacker DeMeco Ryans, Houston (Highlights) Ray Lewis, Baltimore (Highlights)
Cornerback Champ Bailey, Denver
Asante Samuel, New England (Highlights)
Antonio Cromartie, San Diego (Highlights)
Free safety Ed Reed, Baltimore (Highlights)
Strong safety Bob Sanders, Indianapolis (Highlights) Troy Polamalu, Pittsburgh (Highlights)
Special teams
Pos. Starter(s) Reserves
Punter Shane Lechler, Oakland
Placekicker Rob Bironas, Tennessee (Highlights)
Kick returner Josh Cribbs, Cleveland (Highlights)
Special teamer Kassim Osgood, San Diego (Highlights)

Monday, December 17, 2007

AP TOP 25 Mens Basketball, Syracuse Orange Update!

The AP Top 25 NCAA Men's Basketball Poll is out for December 17, 2007 and not much has changed, in fact the Top 15 teams are exactly the same as last week. The 3 newcomers to the poll are Miami (FL), West Virginia, and USC. Of course the favorite team of Mud Free Sports is the Orange of Syracuse who had a big time set back on Saturday as Guard Eric Devendorf is out for the year, joining Andy Rautins on the P.U.P. list. This means that Syracuse could go to an Junior to run the point. Walk-On Justin Thomas may see more playing time or maybe they go to a lineup with Scoop Jardine in the lineup.

AP Top 25
1North Carolina (48) 9-017721Nicholls State
2Memphis (19) 8-017102at Cincinnati
3Kansas (2) 10-016383at Georgia Tech
4Texas (2) 10-015594Oral Roberts
5Georgetown (1) 8-015305at Memphis
7Washington State9-013617Citadel
8UCLA9-113478Western Illinois
9Michigan State9-111409San Jose State
12Tennessee9-1102412North Carolina Asheville
13Indiana9-194113Coppin State
14Texas A&M9-188114Detroit
15Clemson8-074215at Puerto Rico-Mayaguez
17Vanderbilt10-056220Tennessee State
18Gonzaga8-249619Northern Colorado
19Arizona7-249021at UNLV
21Brigham Young9-230525Southern Utah
22Miami (FL)9-027426Stetson
23Oregon8-225716at Oakland
24West Virginia8-113929at Radford
25USC6-313427Delaware State

Others receiving votes:
Xavier 117, Stanford 94, Rhode Island 92, Dayton 70, Florida 51, Saint Mary's 30, Mississippi 22, Wisconsin 17, Arkansas 16, Louisville 14, Illinois 8, Drake 6, Massachusetts 6, Creighton 4, Arizona State 3, Purdue 3, Baylor 2, Nebraska 2, Boston College 1, Holy Cross 1, New Mexico 1, Sam Houston State 1, Syracuse 1.
(photo credits to Dennis Nett and

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Is Jessica Simpson Causing Tony Romo Problems?

We all know that Jessica is prettier than she is smart, but after ruining her former husband's singing career she is now starting to drag down her Quarterback boyfriend, Dallas Cowboy's Tony Romo. In today's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, Romo threw 3 interceptions as Jessica sat in a sky box with her creepy Dad. Maybe guys around her are so busy making up for her lack of intelligence that they lose a little bit of their own. This can only hurt the Cowboys going into the playoffs and his teammates must stand up and say something now. Maybe she's attractive, but her stupidity is hanging on him like a bucket of KFC hanging on a fat woman. Cut her loose Tony, for the sake of your playoff hopes! Or get her pregnant and move on like Tom Brady has done in the past! For more on the Entertainment view on these two:

Dolphins Win, Cowboys Lose!

The Miami Dolphins finally won a game, as they beat the Baltimore Ravens 22-16 in overtime, while the Dallas Cowboys lost to the hapless Philadelphia Eagles, 10-6. In the Dolphins game, Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith came into the game for an injured Kyle Boller and led the Ravens on a scoring drive that tied the game up, but the Dolphins scored in overtime as Greg Camarillo took a 64 Yd pass from Cleo Lemon across the middle and the team celebrated, Owner Wayne Huizenga cried and cheerleaders asked, "what just happened?" In the Eagles game, Brian Westbrook could have put the Eagles up 17-6 with just over 2 minutes left in the game, instead he had the presence of mind to take a knee at the one yard line. The Cowboys were out of timeouts and the Eagles were able to down the ball 3 times after the 2 minute warning.

Seattle 10 vs. Carolina 13
Buffalo 0 vs. Cleveland 8
Tennessee 26 vs. Kansas City 17
Baltimore 16 vs. Miami 22
N.Y. Jets 10 vs. New England 20
Arizona 24 vs. New Orleans 31
Jacksonville 29 vs. Pittsburgh 22
Green Bay 33 vs. St. Louis 14
Atlanta 3 vs. Tampa Bay 37
Indianapolis 21 vs. Oakland 14
Philadelphia 10 vs. Dallas 6
Detroit 14 vs. San Diego 51