(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- Georgia routed TCU 65-7 Monday night to win the National Championship for the second straight year.
- Former USC running back Reggie Bush was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
- Shortstop Carlos Correa is finalizing a six-year, $200 million contract with the Minnesota Twins. Correa had previous deals with the San Francisco Giants and New York Mets fall through due to medical concerns about his surgically repaired right leg.
- Alex Grinch will be retained as the defensive coordinator at USC head coach Lincoln Riley confirmed Tuesday.
- The Giants signed outfielder Michael Conforto to a two-year, $36 million deal.
- Former Cleveland Browns quarterback Bernie Kosar was pulled off the team’s pre-game radio show Sunday for betting on the Browns to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.
- Chargers’ receiver Mike Williams, who was injured in a loss to the Denver Broncos Sunday, has a contusion but is expected to play in the playoff game Saturday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
- The Arizona Cardinals fired head coach Kliff Kingsbury Monday after a 4-13 season. Kingsbury had an overall record of 28-37-1 in four seasons. GM Steve Keim also stepped down due to health reasons.
- Gareth Bale, who played a key role on LAFC’s MLS Cup Champion team last season, announced his retirement from professional soccer after an 18-year career.
- “We are thrilled and proud to share that Demar Hamlin has been released from the hospital and returned to Buffalo.” – Buffalo Bills on Twitter.
4 Comments to "The TEN: 1/11/2023"
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@ RAMS FAN: The Dodgers appear to have a strategy of going to a leaner, scrappier, and less star-studded roster. They are counting on players such as Gavin Lux, Max Muncy, Chris Taylor, and Trayce Thompson to all have something resembling career seasons, and at the same time.
These particular players, as well as all the others who are now on the roster, ought to be on a mission to bring another championship to Los Angeles.
What would probably help the Dodgers the most would be to have a healthy starting rotation for the entire postseason, and a closer who can get batters out when the pressure is at its greatest.
@ Fantastic: The Grinch who stole from the Trojans a probable berth in the national championship playoffs…
First we learn that Santa Fe has landed Bateman, then comes the news that Riley is going to keep the porous defense and his buddy Grinch…isn’t life grand?
#5 The Giants and Padres load up and the Dodgers release and waive their All Stars and sign has beens to one year deals. Going to be a long season.