Sunday, October 5, 2008

Around The Sport's World With Brett

I’d like to take a moment to introduce myself. I am Brett Karwowicz. I am the switchboard man for the Godfather. On some occasions of the show, the Godfather lets me do a short segment in the beginning of the show called, “Around the Sport’s World with Brett in 1 minute.” Well, every Sunday, on this site, I will update my part of Around the Sports World for all of you to see. It will consist of a few stories for every category of sports that took place on the weekend.

In The NFL:
The Colts Have Comeback to Rally Back to Life: With 3:36 minutes left to go in the 4th quarter, linebacker Gary Brackett recovered a 68 yard fumble return for a touchdown. With under 5 minutes left in the game, the Colts came back after being down by 17 points. The result was the largest comeback in the final five minutes to win in regulation in NFL history.

The Giants Show that They are Under No Pressure Without Burress: ‘‘That's because the Giants proved how good they could be without wide receiver Plaxico Burress, who was finishing a two-week suspension for unspecified rules violations. They were cool, efficient and as explosive as they've been during their 4-0 start. They also appeared to be a team that could operate just fine without Burress, their most important offensive player during their drive to the Super Bowl title.” (

This is The Worst-ever Cub’s Failure: It hasn’t been since 2003 since the Chicago Cubs won a playoff game. The Los Angeles Dodgers just eliminated them in three games. The first two were embarrassments for the Cubs. So now the Dodgers advance to the NLCS.

The Philadelphia Phillies are ready for anything in the NL championship series. Phillies manager Charlie Manuel said Sunday, "I think we can hold our own with them. Actually, I think we can beat anybody in the National League, really."

Rockies' 1B has surgery on lower back: Colorado Rockies first baseman Todd Helton had surgery on his lower back and is expected to be ready for spring training. Helton had played in at least 144 games in each of the previous 10 seasons.

Tony Stewart Celebrates in Victory Lane After Winning the Talladega 500: A huge wreck, caused by Carl Edwards, sent a few drivers home for the day. But, Stewart managed to put it together and get to the front of the pack to bring him and his team a victory.

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