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Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend


The Final Four is Saturday night in Atlanta, which of these four seem out of place? Photo by Jaime Green / The Wichita Eagle

First Quarter: College Basketball – Final Four (Georgia Dome/Atlanta, GA)

1) 9 Wichita State Shockers (30-8) v. 1 Louisville Cardinals (33-5), 5:05 pm/CBS
2) 4 Syracuse Orange (30-9) v. 4 Michigan Wolverines (30-7), 7:49 pm/CBS
3) Who do you like in the national semifinals?
4) Which players get there teams to Monday nights finals?

Second Quarter: NBA/NHL

1) NBA scoreboard
2) 4Q NBA Game of the Night: Oklahoma City Thunder (55-20) @ Indiana Pacers (48-27), 7 pm
3) NHL scoreboard
4) 4Q NHL Game of the Night: Calgary Flames (13-18-4, 30 pts) @ San Jose Sharks (19-11-6, 44 pts), 9:30 pm/NBC SportsNetwork

Third Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) 4Q MLB Series of the Weekend (Giants Championship Weekend): St. Louis Cardinals (1-2)/J. Westbrook @ San Francisco Giants (2-1)/B. Zito, 3:35 pm
3) Los Angeles Angels (1-2)/J. Vargas @ Texas Rangers (2-1)/D. Holland, 1:05 pm
4) Washington Nationals (3-0)/D. Haren @ Cincinnati Reds (2-1)/H. Bailey, 6:10 pm

Fourth Quarter: College Baseball (All Rankings from Baseball America)

1) D1baseball.com scoreboard
2) 4Q College Baseball Series of the Weekend: 10 Kentucky Wildcats (22-6, 6-3 SEC) @ 2 LSU Tigers (27-2, 8-1 SEC)
3) 3 Vanderbilt Commodores (26-4, 8-1 SEC) @ 16 Mississippi Rebels (23-6, 4-5 SEC)
4) 8 Oregon State Beavers (23-4, 5-1 PAC-12) @ 11 UCLA Bruins (18-7, 6-3 PAC-12)

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

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2012 MLB Postseason Results: Post World Series

After each round of the Major League Baseball playoffs I’ll update the results

San Francisco Giants players celebrate after defeating the Detroit Tigers to win the MLB World Series baseball championship in Detroit
The San Francisco Giants won their 7th World Series title after sweeping the Detroit Tigers. Photo by Rebecca Cook/Reuters

Wildcard Friday – 10/05/12

National League: St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ Atlanta Braves 3 – Turner Field
American League: Baltimore Orioles 5 @ Texas Rangers 1 – Rangers Ballpark in Arlington

Divisional Series –

American League

Baltimore Orioles v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 7): New York Yankees 7 @ Baltimore Orioles 2 (NYY 1-0) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 2 (October 8): New York Yankees 2 @ Baltimore Orioles 3 (Series Tied 1-1) – Oriole Park at Camden Yards
Game 3 (October 10): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 3 F/12 (NYY 2-1) – Yankee Stadium
Game 4 (October 11): Baltimore Orioles 2 @ New York Yankees 1 F/13 (Series Tied 2-2) – Yankee Stadium
Game 5 (October 12): Balrimore Orioles 3 @ New York Yankees 1 (New York Wins Series 3-2) – Yankee Stadium

Detroit Tigers v. Oakland Athletics
Game 1 (October 6): Oakland Athletics 1 @ Detroit Tigers 3 (DET 1-0) – Comerica Park
Game 2 (October 7): Oakland Athletics 4 @ Detroit Tigers 5 (DET 2-0) – Comerica Park
Game 3 (October 9): Detroit Tigers 0 @ Oakland Athletics 2 (DET 2-1) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 4 (October 10): Detroit Tigers 3 @ Oakland Athletics 4 (Series Tied 2-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Game 5 (October 11): Detroit Tigers 6 @ Oakland Athletics 0 (Detroit Wins Series 3-2) – Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. Washington Nationals
Game 1 (October 7): Washington Nationals 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 2 (WSH 1-0) – Busch Stadium
Game 2 (October 8): Washington Nationals 4 @ St. Louis Cardinals 12 (Series Tied 1-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 3 (October 10): St. Louis Cardinals 8 @ Washington Nationals 0 (STL 2-1) – Nationals Park
Game 4 (October 11): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ Washington Nationals 2 (Series Tied 2-2 – Nationals Park
Game 5 (October 12): St. Louis Cardinals 9 @ Washington Nationals 7 (St. Louis Wins Series 3-2) – Nationals Park

San Francisco Giants v. Cincinnati Reds
Game 1 (October 6): Cincinnati Reds 5 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (CIN 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 7): Cincinnati Reds 9 @ San Francisco Giants 0 (CIN 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 9): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Cincinnati Reds 1 F/10 (CIN 2-1) – Great American Ballpark
Game 4 (October 10): San Francisco Giants 8 @ Cincinnati Reds 3 (Series Tied 2-2) – Great American Ballpark
Game 5 (October 11): San Francisco Giants 6@ Cincinnati Reds 4 (San Francisco Wins Series 3-2) – Great American Ballpark

League Championship Series –

American League

Detroit Tigers v. New York Yankees
Game 1 (October 13): Detroit Tigers 6 @ New York Yankees 4 F/12 (DET 1-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 2 (October 14): Detroit Tigers 3 @ New York Yankees 0 (DET 2-0) – Yankee Stadium
Game 3 (October 16): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 2 (DET 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 17): New York Yankees 1 @ Detroit Tigers 8 (Detroit Wins Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

National League

St. Louis Cardinals v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 14): St. Louis Cardinals 6 @ San Francisco Giants 4 (STL 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 15): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 7 (Series Tied 1-1) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 17): San Francisco Giants 1 @ St. Louis Cardinals 3 (STL 2-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 4 (October 18): San Francisco Giants 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 8 (STL 3-1) – Busch Stadium
Game 5 (October 19): San Francisco Giants 5 @ St. Louis Cardinals 0 (STL 3-2) – Busch Stadium
Game 6 (October 21): St. Louis Cardinals 1 @ San Francisco Giants 5 (Series Tied 3-3) – AT&T Park
Game 7 (October 22): St. Louis Cardinals 0 @ San Francisco Giants 9 (San Francisco Wins Series 4-3) – AT&T Park

World Series –

Detroit Tigers v. San Francisco Giants
Game 1 (October 24): Detroit Tigers 3 @ San Francisco Giants 8 (SF 1-0) – AT&T Park
Game 2 (October 25): Detroit Tigers 0 @ San Francisco Giants 2 (SF 2-0) – AT&T Park
Game 3 (October 27): San Francisco Giants 2 @ Detroit Tigers 0 (SF 3-0) – Comerica Park
Game 4 (October 28): San Francisco Giants 4 @ Detroit Tigers 3 F/10 (San Francisco Giants Wins World Series 4-0) – Comerica Park

San Francisco Giants win seventh World Series title in franchise history (1905, ’21, ’22, ’33, ’54, 2010, ’12)
Second World Series title in three seasons for San Francisco (won in 2010)
World Series MVP: Pablo Sandoval, San Francisco Giants

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San Francisco finished off their World Series sweep of Detroit Sunday night. Photo by David J. Phillip/AP Photo

First Quarter: MLB World Series

1. MLB scoreboard
2. The San Francisco Giants claims their 7th World Series title in franchise history beating Detroit in four games
3. This was the Giants second title in three seasons
4. World Series Game 4 (San Francisco wins 4-0): San Francisco Giants 4 @ Detroit Tigers 3 F/10

Second Quarter: 4Quarters College Football Top14

1. Oregon Ducks (8-0, 5-0 Pac-12/LW-1)
2. Kansas State Wildcats (8-0, 5-0 Big XII/LW-3)
3. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-0/LW-6)
4. Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0, 5-0 SEC/LW-4)
5. Louisville Cardinals (8-0, 2-0 Big East/LW-8)
6. Ohio State Buckeyes (9-0, 5-0 B1G/LW-11)
7. Boise State Broncos (7-1, 4-0 MWC/LW-12)
8. Tulsa Golden Hurricanes (7-1, 5-0 CUSA/LW-13)
9. Toledo Rockets (8-1, 5-0 MAC/LW-14)
10. Northern Illinois Huskies (8-1, 5-0 MAC/LW-NR)
11. Louisiana Tech Bulldogs (7-1, 2-0 WAC/LW-NR)
12. Utah State Aggies (7-2, 3-0 WAC/LW-NR)
13. Florida Gators (7-1, 6-1 SEC/LW-2)
14. Oregon State Beavers (6-1, 4-1 Pac-12/LW-5)

Droppings Out: Mississippi State Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1 SEC, LW-7), Rutgers (7-1/4-1 Big East, LW-9), Ohio Bobcats (7-1/3-1 MAC, LW-10)

Third Quarter: BcS Rankings/Top 10 – Week 3

1. Alabama Crimson Tide (8-0)
2. Kansas State Wildcats (8-0)
3. Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-0)
4. Oregon Ducks (8-0)
5. LSU Tigers (7-1)
6. Georgia Bulldogs (7-1)
7. Florida Gators (7-1)
8. South Carolina (7-2)
9. Florida State Seminoles (8-1)
10. Louisville Cardinals (8-0)

Full BcS Standings

Fourth Quarter: NFL

1. Monday Night Football Game: San Francisco 49ers (5-2) @ Arizona Cardinals (4-3), 7:30 pm/ESPN
2. Atlanta still unbeaten
3. 4Quarters Most Impressive Team of the Weekend: Atlanta Falcons (7-0), (won at Philadelphia 30-17)
4. 4Quarters Most Disappointing Team of the Weekend: Kansas City Chiefs (1-6), (lost to Oakland Raiders 26-16)

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