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ICYMI: MLS Playoffs Underway

It looks like anyone could take it.

Minnesota United FC v Portland Timbers Photo by Steve Dykes/Getty Images

Soccer

EPL (Week 11)

MLS (knockout round & conference semifinals)

NFL (Week 9)

  • Passing – Jared Goff led week 9 with 391 yards and 3 TDs, Matt Ryan and Drew Brees each threw for 4 TDs.
  • Rushing – Melvin Gordon led the league with 113 yards, James Conner also rushed for over 100 yards, Kareem Hunt, Alvin Kamara and Christian McCaffrey each had 2 TDs.
  • Receiving – Michael Thomas and Josh Gordon each had over 100 receiving yards.
  • Atlanta won big over Washington (38-14), The 49ers won big over the Raiders (34-3), The Bears won big over the Bills (41-9) behind two defensive touchdowns, The Saints delivered the Rams their first loss,

NHL (Week 5)

  • Elias Lindholm, Connor McDavid and Sidney Crosby each with 9+ points over the last two weeks. .
  • Four wins by Andrei Vasilevskiy, Ben Bishop and Jacob Markstrom over the last two weeks.
  • Pekka Rinne with a $10MM 2 year extension.

NBA (Week 3)

  • Stephen Curry still leads the league with 32.5 PPG; Andre Drummond with 15.4 RPG, Kyle Lowry with 11.6 APG and JaVale McGee with 3.4 BPG.
  • 4 players had 50+ points games over the last 10 days (Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Derrick Rose, and Blake Griffin) a feat not done since Kobe Bryant did it four times in 2007
Minnesota Timberwolves v Dallas Mavericks Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

NASCAR (AAA Texas 500)

  • It went into overtime where Kevin Harvick held the lead over Ryan Blaney.
  • Ryan Blaney, Joey Logano, Kyle Larson and Erik Jones rounded out the top 5.

College

  • College Hockey – Holy Cross swept St. Cloud State (#2), Arizona State took one from Penn State (#6), Northern Michigan took one from Bowling Green (#9) and Superior State took one from Michigan (#12)
  • College Football – Pittsburgh beat #25 Virginia, #1 Alabama crushed #3 LSU, #5 Michigan beat #14 Penn State, #6 Georgia beat #9 Kentucky, Missouri beat #11 Florida, #13 West Virginia went for two at the end of the game to beat #17 Texas, Arizona State beat #15 Utah, Purdue beat #16 Iowa and Auburn beat #20 Texas A&M.
  • Women’s Volleyball – South Carolina beat Missouri (#20),
  • Women’s Soccer – Florida State (#7) beat North Carolina (#3), Memphis (#19) beat South Florida (#16), West Virginia (#14) beat Baylor (#9), Utah beat Colorado #21).
  • Men’s Soccer – Maryland beat MSU (#17), Pacific beat Portland (#11) and Tulsa beat Connecticut (#20).