49ers 30, Giants 12
— Giants have been outscored 63-6 in first half of their three games.
— Big Blue averaged only 3.5 yards/pass attempt.
— Under is 17-9 in their last 26 road games.
— Daniel Jones is 23-34-1 as an NFL starter.
— San Francisco scored 30-30-30 points in winning first three games
— SF is 8-1 ATS in their last nine games as a home favorite.
— 49ers outgained Giants 441-150.
— Giants were 3-12 on third down, 49ers were 9-16.
Georgia State 30, Coastal Carolina 17
— Georgia State won first three I-A games, scoring 41-35-30 points.
— Last 3+ years, Panthers are 10-4 ATS as a road underdog.
— Last 4+ years, Chanticleers are 9-13 ATS as a home favorite.
— Georgia State ran ball for 182 yards, converted 9-15 on third down.
— Broncos visit Miami Sunday; Dolphins’ new defensive coordinator is Vic Fangio, who was Denver’s head coach from 2019-21, going 19-30 in three seasons, when he didn’t have Elway, Manning or even Russell Wilson as his QB.
— Which reminds me, NFL coordinators make a boatload of $$$, don’t deal with the media much, their job is just football. I’m wonderful if coordinators are ever happy just to do that job, as opposed to becoming a head coach, where the job is more diverse, the $$$ is bigger, but maybe the job isn’t as much fun and is more aggravating.
Probably not often, but I’m guessing it has happened once or twice.
— Looks like the qualifying offer for potential free agents in baseball will be around $20.5M this winter; teams offer the potential free agent $20.5M and if he turns it down, that team gets a compensatory draft pick when he signs with a different team.
Of the last 124 players in this situation, only 13 took the qualifying offer.
— Summer flew by; NHL training camps opened this week.
— Word of the Day: Oblivion— A state of unawareness of what’s going on around you.
— Football Trend of the Day: Last 5+ years, Clemson is 30-13-1 ATS in ACC games.
— First two weeks in the NFL, new head coaches have lost nine of ten games.
— Carolina Panthers’ QB Bryce Young hasn’t practiced the last couple days, looks like Andy Dalton will get the start Sunday in Seattle.
— NC State plays at Virginia Friday, where Wolfpack QB Brennan Armstrong will see a lot of old friends; Armstrong played for Virginia the last three years, starting 30 games.
— Mets’ OF Tim Locastro has an unusual stat line; in his career, Locastro has been hit by 42 pitches, but he’s only walked 36 times.
— Rays 5, Angels 4
Tampa Bay scored twice in bottom of 9th; Manuel Margot had the game-winning hit.
Rays trail Baltimore by 1.5 games in the AL East, but have clinched a playoff spot.
— Dallas Cowboys’ CB Trevon Diggs tore his ACL, is out for the year.
— Louisville Cardinal football players helped victims of a car crash that happened Monday near L&N Stadium- they turned over a car that had flipped during the accident. There were no serious injuries in the accident.