- The Washington Times - Monday, October 8, 2007

Redskins dominate Lions: With Santana Moss looking on, the Redskins’ offense had its way with the Lions, controlling the ball for nearly the entire game. Quarterback Jon Kitna’s guarantee that the Lions will win 10 games is still possible, although he should have suggested they draft a defensive back instead of Calvin Johnson.

Stanford stuns USC: With ex-NFL quarterback Jim Harbaugh coaching, Stanford delivered the biggest upset of the college football season Saturday, defeating No. 2 USC in Los Angeles. Yes, it’s bigger than Appalachian State over Michigan. If this Stanford team played in Division 1-AA, it would have a hard time beating James Madison and William & Mary.

Baseball playoffs taking shape: The Red Sox mercifully finished off the Angels yesterday with Curt Schilling giving his best 2004 bloody sock impression. However, it should be noted that if any more regulars from the Angels lineup were missing, the kid from “Angels in the Outfield” might have started in left. Meanwhile, the Rockies and Diamondbacks square off in an NLCS that zero experts predicted in spring training.

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