Greetings, sports enthusiasts. It's time for another fine Saturday of non-stop action.
We're in full swing now with college football, Game 3 of the World Series tonight in Texas, and the NBA season—so we'll have plenty to discuss.
Oh, and there is the little matter about Brett Favre, in the news AGAIN this week, but not about his bad behavior off the field.
This week, his "fourness" was diagnosed with two fractures in his ankle, injuries that may prevent him from playing Sunday against New England. This would also break one of the most remarkable records in professional sports: his string of 291 straight starts.
Considering the brutal nature of the NFL, that's pretty astonishing.
Big games in college football include Oregon against USC, Michigan State against Iowa and Missouri against Nebraska.
Auburn, No. 1 in the BCS poll, hopes to put an end to the three-week string of No. 1 teams losing when it takes on Mississippi. Can Cam Newton continue to dazzle the Heisman voters?
And San Francisco will take its 2-0 lead into Texas for Game 3 tonight. It's a must-win game for the Rangers, who have had trouble stringing together key hits.
We'll keep you posted throughout the day with all the major news.
Enjoy your day!