- The Washington Times - Friday, September 14, 2007

TONIGHT’S BEST BET ON TELEVISION

Yes, the Yankees still have a chance to overtake the Red Sox for the AL East crown. A head-to-head series in the Bronx makes it all the more possible. (7 p.m., ESPN)

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IN THE ROOM: Corey Masisak writes about the first day of Capitals training camp from Kettler Capitals Iceplex.

TWT FIVE >> SILLY SCANDALS INVOLVING BILL BELICHICK

1. Used hidden magnets to send Scott Norwood’s field goal wide right in Super Bowl XXV.

2. While an economics student at Wesleyan, paid chess club captain to take his tests.

3. While coaching the Browns, had repeated crabcake lunches with owner Art Modell.

4. Stole several gray hoodies from men’s shelter near Foxborough.

5. Provided hot chocolate, HGH and steroids to Adam Vinatieri during divisional playoff game against Oakland.

WEEKEND PREVIEW >> WHAT TO WATCH FOR IN SPORTS

Chargers at Patriots

This preview of a possible AFC Championship will be overshadowed by “Camera-gate,” but it remains the most compelling game of Week 2.

The Tour Championship

Will Tiger Woods officially make a mockery of the FedEx Cup by winning despite playing in only three of the four tournaments? Probably. But people are paying more attention to golf than did at this point last year. And that’s all the PGA Tour wants.

Red Sox at Yankees

Yes, the Yankees could still pass the Red Sox in the AL East. But what does that mean? Both of these teams are headed to the playoffs anyway. Thanks, wild card!

Notre Dame at Michigan

One of these teams will exit this game with an 0-3 record. Stuff like that just makes you smile, doesn’t it?

Sylvania 300

Jimmie Johnson’s win in Richmond means it’s his Nextel Cup to lose. Look at Jeff Gordon and Denny Hamlin as the favorites to play spoiler on Sunday at New Hampshire.

Women’s World Cup

A weekend of key matchups gets started with the United States meeting Sweden, which has come within 3-2 in each of their last two matchups.

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