(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is beginning to awaken and shows “substantial improvement” in his recovery from cardiac arrest and collapsing on the field during Monday night’s game. Hamlin, who is able to communicate in writing, asked who won the game against the Cincinnati Bengals Monday night.
- The NFL announced that the Bills-Bengals game that was suspended Monday night will not be resumed.
- UCLA beat USC 60-58 Thursday night at Pauley Pavilion to improve to 13-2 on the season.
- Former Alabama running back Trey Sanders is transferring to TCU. Sanders is the third Alabama player to transfer to TCU in recent weeks.
- Texas has fired head basketball coach Chris Beard amid a domestic family violence charge.
- Georgetown has lost 25 straight Big East Conference games, a Big East record, dating back to March 2, 2021.
- The Arizona Diamondbacks signed third baseman Evan Longoria to a one-year deal.
- The Chicago Cubs signed first baseman Eric Hosmer to a one-year deal.
- On this date in 1980 the Rams beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9-0 in the NFC Championship game.
- Former Florida St. quarterback/ Heisman Trophy winner and current New Orleans Saints quarterback Jameis Winston turns 29 today.
2 Comments to "The TEN: 1/6/2022"
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@ #8: It looks like the Cubs are trying to load up on left-handed hitters. They’re hoping that these guys (Bellinger, Hosmer, etc.) can actually hit.
How much are those Alabama players getting to transer to TCU? Millions I bet.