Weekly Rewind

The Weekly Rewind is our recap of some of the most captivating sports stories of the previous week.

JJ wins 4th championship– On Sunday, Jimmie Johnson won his fourth straight Nascar Sprint Cup title after finishing fifth at the Homestead-Miami Speedway. Mark Martin again finished second, making it a 1, 2 finish for Hendricks Motorsports drivers. With 3 more titles, Johnson will tie all-time greats Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt.

We’ll Holla Charlie– Charlie Weis is all but done as the head coach of the Notre Dame football team. He’s had 4 sub par seasons, by Irish standards, and he’s lost to Navy two years in a row. That hadn’t happened to the Fighting Irish in nearly 60 years. At 6-5, it really doesn’t matter what happens from here on out; he’ll receive a nice buyout and be on his merry way, hopefully back to the NFL.

Griffin wins rematch with Ortiz– Tito Ortiz has perhaps lost his dominance, who am I kidding he lost that years ago. It’s no surprise that Forrest Griffin won in a three-round split decision match. The two fighters put on a show in the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas. The series is tied at one a piece. If Dana White is smart, he’ll schedule a 3rd match before these guys become old and irrelevant.

T.O. can still catch!- It had been too long since Terrell Owens had a breakout game, but he managed to catch 9 passes for 197 yards and TD in the 18-15 loss against the Jaguars in Jacksonville on Sunday. With a new coach and new starting QB, Owens will probably be more consistent for the remainder of the season. Fantasy team owners everywhere were crying because they all had him on the bench. I’m guilty as well.

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