(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- A good portion of the proceeds from the SGV Bowl last Friday night went to the American Cancer Society.
- Sports Anchor Fred Roggin has decided to retire after 42 years at NBC4.
- Cerritos College has had six players sign to play Division 1 football this season.
- Tim Peterson of Mid Valley Sports posted a Twitter poll with the question who is the better quarterback – Tony Romo, Dak Prescott or Clint Longley? Romo received 76 % of the votes, Prescott 14% and Longley 10 %.
- NFL Conference Championship games Sunday, January 29. NFC: San Francisco at Philadelphia, 12:00 p.m. FOX; AFC: Cincinnati at Kansas City, 3:30 p.m. CBS.
- LeBron James hit a career high nine three-pointers and scored 46 points but the Lakers lost to the Clippers 133-115 Tuesday night.
- The Lakers acquired forward Rui Hachimura from the Washington Wizards for Kendrick Nunn and three future second round picks.
- Bill O’Brien is set to return to the New England Patriots as offensive coordinator.
- Scott Rolen, eight-time gold glove third baseman, has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame.
- The Chargers are scheduled to interview Rams assistant head coach Thomas Brown for their offensive coordinator position Wednesday.
2 Comments to "The TEN: 1/25/2023"
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Maxie to BP HC. Lets see how he does when the buck stops at his mouth.
Fred Roggin and Jim Hill are the two pillars of SoCal sports, so the loss of either is a major event. I’d like to thank Fred for his input on so many sports memories.