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Morning Roundup 3/13/19

The sports world was set alight yesterday as some of football’s biggest stars announced where they will be playing next season and as some of them will be donning new uniforms due to being a part of trades. Aside from that, the NBA was in action last night, as well as college hoops, baseball, and international soccer matches. That’s a lot to cover, so let’s get started. This is your morning roundup.


Pacers 103-98 Knicks

76ers 106-99 Cavaliers

Lakers 123-107 Bulls

Bucks 130-113 Pelicans

Spurs 112-105 Mavericks

Nuggets 133-107 Timberwolves

Trail Blazers 125-104 Clippers

Current standings


Numerous games yesterday were cancelled, postponed, or play was stopped in less than 9 innings. These include all of the following:

White Sox @ Royals cancelled

Mariners @ White Sox cancelled

Padres @ Reds postponed

Athletics @ Padre postponed

Rangers 0-0 Diamondbacks F/1

Brewers 2-4 Giants F/5

The following MLB slate finished their games:

Tigers 4-3 Red Sox

Twins 10-4 Pirates

Mets 1-8 Marlins

Cardinals 0-5 Braves

Rays 2-1 Blue Jays

Orioles 7-8 Yankees

Astros 3-5 Nationals

Brewers 2-4 Giants

Reds 12-3 Cubs

NCAA Men’s Basketball

ACC Tournament 1st Round

Wake Forest 71-79 Miami

Notre Dame 78-71 Georgia Tech

Horizon League Tournament Championship

Northern Kentucky 77-66 Wright State

West Coast Conference Tournament Championship

Unranked Saint Mary’s upsets #1 Gonzaga 60-47

Current rankings

UEFA Champions League Round of 16

Juventus 3-2 Atletico Madrid

Juventus advances on aggregate 3-2 behind Christiano Ronaldo’s hat trick performance.

Manchester City 7-0 Schalke 04

Ligue 1

Dijon FCO 0-1 Paris Saint-Germain

Current table

NFL Free Agency News

LB CJ Mosley is expected to sign a 5 year/$85 million contract with the Jets.

LB Terrell Suggs will sign a 1 year/$7 million deal with the Cardinals.

S Adrian Amos agrees to a 4 year/$37 million deal with the Packers.

LB Anthony Barr has decided to back out of a verbal deal with the Jets and will remain with the Vikings. He will sign a contract for 5 years, worth $67.5 million.

LB Jordan Hicks will join the Cardinals. He will sign a contract for 4 years, worth $36 million.

Long time Dolphin DE Cameron Wake will sign a 3 year/$23 million deal with the Titans.

The Kansas City Chiefs are trading LB Dee Ford to the San Francisco 49ers for their 2020 2nd-round draft pick. Ford will sign a contract extension with the 49ers for 5 years/$87.5 million.

RB Le’Veon Bell has finally selected the team he will be playing for in 2019 after sitting out the 2018 season due to contract disputes with the Steelers. He plans to sign with the Jets for 4 years/$52.5 million.

The biggest trade of the NFL offseason thus far has sent the NFL fan base into a frenzy. The New York Giants have traded All-Pro WR Odell Beckham Jr. to the Cleveland Browns. The Browns will trade S Jabrill Peppers, their 2019 1st-round draft pick (No. 17 overall), as well as their second pick in the 3rd round (No. 95 overall). Beckham will bring along his massive 5 year/$90 million contract extension with him to Cleveland.

All of these deals and any other verbal agreements will become final when the new league year begins today. Stay tuned for more NFL free agency signings, trades and news.

-Marcus Jacobs

The Morning Roundup Article

Morning Roundup 2/25/19

Yesterday had sports all across the spectrum, from basketball, Spring Training baseball, to international soccer matches. Let’s get you all caught up on the sports action. Here is your morning roundup.


Magic 113-98 Raptors

Nuggets 123-96 Clippers

Knicks 130-118 Spurs

Current standings

NCAA Men’s Basketball

Arizona 70-54 Stanford

Unranked Xavier upsets #17 Villanova 66-54

In the battle for the state of Michigan, #10 Michigan State edges out #7 Michigan 77-70

Current rankings

Spring Training

Royals 14-5 Athletics

Astros 5-2 Braves

Pirates 10-6 Marlins

Red Sox 8-5 Twins

Yankees 8-5 Rays

Phillies 10-6 Tigers

Orioles 9-8 Blue Jays

Nationals 12-2 Cardinals

Astros 10-1 Mets

Diamondbacks 12-3 Indians

Cubs 9-5 Giants

Dodgers 13-9 Angels

Padres 5-4 White Sox

Mariners 4-2 Rockies

Reds 14-2 Angels

Brewers 10-1 Rangers

English Premier League

Manchester United 0-0 Liverpool

Arsenal 2-0 Southampton

Chelsea v. Brighton & Hove Albion was postponed

Current table

English Carabao Cup Final

Chelsea 0-0 Manchester City (Manchester City wins 4-3 in penalty kicks)

Serie A

Sampdoria 1-0 Cagliari

Chievo Verona 0-0 Genoa

Bologna 0-1 Juventus

Sassuolo 2-2 SPAL

Parma 0-4 Napoli

Fiorentina 3-3 Internazionale

Current table

La Liga

Leganes 1-1 Valencia

Atletico Madrid 2-0 Villarreal

Real Valladolid 0-2 Real Betis

Levante 1-2 Real Madrid

Current table


Hannover 96 0-3 Eintracht Frankfurt

Borussia Dortmund 3-2 Bayer Leverkusen

Current table

-Marcus Jacobs

The Morning Roundup Article

Morning Roundup 1/30/19

Yesterday seemed as if everyone was playing. With so many games, it may have been difficult to keep up, so here is your morning roundup to help you see what you may have missed.


Spurs 126-124 Suns

Cavaliers 116-113 Wizards

Bucks 115-105 Pistons

Thunder 126-117 Magic

Nets 122-117 Bulls

Pelicans 121-116 Rockets

76ers 121-105 Lakers

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#24 Wisconsin 62-51 Nebraska

Unranked Alabama defeats #22 Mississippi State 83-79

#21 Maryland 70-52 Northwestern

#18 Buffalo 83-59 Ball State

Unranked Texas upsets #11 Kansas 73-63

#9 UNC 77-54 Georgia Tech

#8 Nevada 87-70 UNLV

#7 Kentucky 87-52 Vanderbilt

#5 Michigan 65-49 Ohio State

#3 UVA 66-65 #23 NC State

#1 Tennessee 92-70 South Carolina

English Premier League

Fulham 4-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

Arsenal 2-1 Cardiff City

Everton 1-0 Huddersfield Town

Wolverhampton 3-0 West Ham United

Newcastle United 2-1 Manchester City

Manchester United 2-2 Burnley

2018/19 Copa del Rey Quarterfinals

Valencia 3-1 Getafe FT (Agg. 3-2)

Keep on the lookout for more articles here on Sports, Inc.

-Marcus Jacobs

The Morning Roundup Article

The Morning Roundup 1/29/19

There were only a few games/matches yesterday, but there was some major news coming out of New Orleans in the NBA. It is all covered here in your morning roundup.


Hornets 101-92 Knicks

Warriors 132-100 Pacers

Celtics 112-104 Nets

Nuggets 95-92 Grizzlies

Hawks 123-118 Clippers

NBA News

Pelicans F Anthony Davis has informed the team he will not sign a contract extension if he is offered one. He has also made public that he would like to be traded. The Lakers are currently the front-runner to land the All-Star forward. The deal is rumored to include Lonzo Ball, Kyle Kuzma, Ivica Zubac, and the Lakers’ 1st Round pick.

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#16 Texas Tech 84-65 TCU

#2 Duke 83-61 Notre Dame

Italian Serie A

Genoa 3-1 Empoli

2018/19 English FA Cup Round 4

Barnet 3-3 Brentford

With Super LIII less than a week away now, Super Bowl media coverage has begun. As we get closer to the big game, look for a Super Bowl preview here from Sports, Inc.

The Morning Roundup Article

Morning Roundup 1/3/19

As we gear up for the NFL playoffs this weekend, there were not too many sporting events yesterday. Regardless, here is the recap in case you missed any of them.


76ers 132-127 Suns

Pistons 101-94 Grizzlies

Magic 112-84 Bulls

Celtics 115-102 Timberwolves

Nets 126-121 Pelicans

Wizards 114-98 Hawks

Heat 117-92 Cavaliers

Mavericks 122-84 Hornets

Thunder 107-100 Lakers

NCAA Men’s Top 25

Maryland 74-72 #24 Nebraska

#19 Houston 74-56 Tulsa

#15 UNC 77-57 Harvard

#11 Texas Tech 62-59 West Virginia

#8 Michigan State 81-55 Northwestern

#6 Nevada 72-49 Utah State

#5 Kansas 70-63 #23 Oklahoma

English Premier League

Manchester United 2-0 Newcastle United

AFC Bournemouth 3-3 Watford

Chelsea 0-0 Southampton

Crystal Palace 2-0 Wolverhampton

Burnley 2-1 Huddersfield Town

West Ham United 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion

We hope you will be just as excited as we are for the games coming in the near future and be sure to check back here for a recap from them.

-Marcus Jacobs

The Morning Roundup Article

Morning Roundup 1/1/19

The new year is here and here is your first of many Morning Roundups of 2019. Here’s what you may have missed.

NCAA Men’s Basketball

Creighton 79-68 Providence

Monmouth 76-74 Penn F/OT

#7 Gonzaga 89-54 CSU Bakersfield

#4 Virginia 100-64 Marshall


Rockets 113-101 Grizzlies

Spurs 120-111 Celtics

Hornets 125-100 Magic

Pacers 116-108 Hawks

Thunder 122-102 Mavericks

Pelicans 123-114 Timberwolves

Warriors 132-109 Suns

NCAA Bowl Mania

AutoZone Liberty Bowl

Oklahoma State 38-33 Missouri

Redbox Bowl

Oregon 7-6 Michigan State

Hyundai Sun Bowl

Stanford 14-13 Pittsburgh

Military Bowl pres. by Northrop Grumman

Cincinnati 35-31 Virginia Tech

Taxslayer Gator Bowl

Texas A&M 52-13 NC State

San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl

Northwestern 31-20 Utah

NFL News

In the NFL, there were plenty of coaches who got the axe. In total, there will be 8 new head coaches, as the Packers and the Browns will also be searching for their permanent head coaches. Among those fired include:

Todd Bowles of the New York Jets

Vance Joseph of the Denver Broncos

Dirk Koetter of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Adam Gase of the Miami Dolphins

Steve Wilks of the Arizona Cardinals

Marvin Lewis of the Cincinnati Bengals

The Atlanta Falcons also fired three coaches, none of which were head coach Dan Quinn. The Falcons fired offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian, defensive coordinator Marquand Manuel, and special teams coach Keith Armstrong.

We will see plenty of fresh faces in the NFL next season and fans of aforementioned teams cannot wait to see if the coaching change will help to turn their team’s fortunes around. Only time will tell though.

We at Sports, Inc. hope your 2018 was great and we wish you the best in 2019 as you continue to support us on this journey.

-Marcus Jacobs

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Morning Roundup 12/30/18

Sporting events were not hard to come by yesterday as there was a full slate of NBA games, NCAA men’s basketball, a cornucopia of soccer matches and a slew of college football bowl games, including the College Football Playoff semifinals. Here is your sports recap.

NCAA Men’s Top 25

#24 Iowa 72-67 Bryant

#22 Houston 80-59 NJIT

#21 Buffalo 87-72 Canisius

#19 Mississippi State 103-81 BYU

Unranked Princeton upsets #17 Arizona State 67-66

#16 Kentucky 71-58 Louisville

Western Kentucky 83-76 #15 Wisconsin

#14 North Carolina 82-60 Davidson

#13 Ohio State 82-64 High Point

#12 Auburn 95-49 North Florida

#8 Michigan State 88-60 Northern Illinois

#6 Nevada 86-71 Utah

#5 Kansas 87-63 Eastern Michigan

#3 Tennessee 96-53 Tennessee Tech


Nuggets 122-118 Suns

Bucks 129-115 Nets

Wizards 130-126 Hornets

Rockets 108-104 Pelicans

Hawks 111-108 Cavaliers

Celtics 112-103 Grizzlies

Jazz 129-97 Knicks

Warriors 115-105 Trail Blazers

Spurs 122-111 Clippers

English Premier League

Brighton and Hove Albion 1-0 Everton

Fulham 1-0 Huddersfield Town

Cardiff City 1-0 Leicester City

Watford 1-1 Newcastle United

Wolverhampton 3-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool 5-1 Arsenal

Serie A

Juventus 2-1 Sampdoria

AS Roma 2-1 Parma

Atalanta 6-2 Sassuolo

Udinese 2-1 Cagliari

Genoa 0-0 Fiorentina

Chievo Verona 1-0 Frosinone

Internazionale 1-0 Empoli

Lazio 1-1 Torino

Napoli 3-2 Bologna

AC Milan 2-1 SPAL

UFC 232 Main Event:Jon “Bones” Jones vs. Alexander “The Mauler” Gustafsson 2

Jon Jones defeats Alexander Gustafsson by TKO with 2:02 left in the 3rd round to reclaim his spot as the UFC Light Heavyweight Champion of the World.

NCAA Football: Bowl Mania continues

In the Belk Bowl, the University of Virginia shuts out the South Carolina Gamecocks 28-0.

The NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl went into overtime, but the Nevada Wolfpack emerged victorious over the Arkansas State Red Wolves 16-13.

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl was a No Contest for the Florida Gators as they rolled past the Michigan Wolverines 41-15.

In the first semifinal game of the College Football Playoff, #2 Clemson faced off against #3 Notre Dame. The Fighting Irish didn’t seem to put up too much of a fight as they were held to only 3 points the entire game. Clemson wins the ballgame 30-3 and will move on to the National Championship on January 7th.

In the later matchup of the CFP semifinals, heisman trophy winner Kyler Murray and the #4 Oklahoma Sooners took on the heisman runner-up Tua Tagovailoa and the #1 Alabama Crimson Tide. Alabama quickly jumped out to a 21-0 lead after 1 quarter of play, but Murray and the Sooners were not done yet. Oklahoma managed to put 10 points on the board to end the half at 31-10. Oklahoma came out guns blazing in the second half as they outscored Alabama 24-14 in the second half. The late surge by Oklahoma proved to be too little too late though as the Sooners fall to the Crimson Tide 45-34. Alabama will face Clemson in the National Title game.

Alabama and Clemson are very familiar with one another as this will be the fourth time they will face off in the CFP. In 2015, Alabama beat Clemson 45-40 in the national championship game. In 2016, Deshaun Watson and the Tigers came seeking revenge, and revenge they got as they beat the Crimson TIde in the closing seconds of the championship game, 35-31. In 2017, the two teams met in the CFP semifinal game and the Alabama got the best of Clemson, 24-6. Now, in 2018, we will be treated to Round 4 of Bama-Clemson, with a national title on the line and we as college football fans can only hope this game will be half as exciting as the last three matchups.

As we close out 2018, we hope to bring you more interesting and captivating stories as we continue this journey into 2019.

-Marcus Jacobs