All times are PST.
Thursday Sept. 25th
Baltimore Orioles at NY Yankees – 4pm MLB Network: There is nothing on the line but it is Derek Jeter’s last game at Yankee Stadium.
Texas Tech at Oklahoma St. – 4:30pm ESPN: This game is going to have a lot of points. That doesn’t mean it will be close, just means that there will be a lot of points.
UCLA at Arizona St – 7pm FS1: It’s probably going to be a battle of backup QB’s but it should still be fun.
Friday Sept. 26th
New England Revolution at Sporting KC – 5:30pm NBCSN: Eastern Conference playoff position is on the line. Some big names to watch too like Zusi, Besler, Dwyer, Fagundez and Jones.
Saskatchewan Roughriders at Edmonton Eskimos – 7:30pm ESPN3: QB’s out or not 100%. No matter. It’s a long season and these two have seen it all. But there are still games to be played. Let’s do this.
Saturday Sept. 27th
Tottenham at Arsenal – 9:30am NBCSN: North London Derby. Holla!
Portland Timbers at Toronto FC – 10am MLS LIVE: Portland is in the playoff picture and TFC is sliding out of reach. Both need 3 points in a bad, bad way.
Arkansas at Texas A&M – 12:30pm CBS: Lots of questions will be answered in this one. Is Arkansas for real? Is Kenny Hill and the A&M offense really that good?
Stanford at Washington – 1:15pm FOX: This was a heck of a game last year and should be again this year. One thing is for sure, Husky Stadium will be rocking.
Cincinnati at Ohio State – 3pm BTN: Cincy was the last team to kickoff in college football this year but they are making up for it by throwing the football all over the field and racking up big points. Are they for real? We’ll find out as they take on an Ohio State team coming off of a bye in The Horseshoe.
Real Salt Lake at Vancouver Whitecaps – 4pm MLS TV: Vancouver is batting Portland for the final playoff spot in the West. Bad news, they get a team that played for MLS Cup last year.
Missouri at South Carolina – 4:30pm ESPN: It was helluva game last year. Could it be again?
UFC 178 – 7pm PPV: Demetrious Johnson puts his belt on the line again as he takes on Chris Cariaso. The rest of the main card is pretty good too as Cowboy Cerrone welcomes the much hyped Eddie Alvarez and Dustin Poirier looks to shut up Conor McGregor.
Sunday Sept. 28th
Green Bay Packers at Chicago Bears – 10am FOX: Chicago keeps finding a way to get it done but their secondary is depleted and Aaron Rodgers has yet to have a ‘breakout’ game.
Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers – 1:25pm FOX: 49ers look to get their first win at Levi Stadium. That will be a tall order with the high flying Eagles coming to town.
New York Red Bulls at LA Galaxy – 5:30pm ESPN2: The Landon Donovan farewell tour continues as Thierry Henry and the Red Bulls come to town.
New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys – 5:30pm NBC: Drew Brees has got to turn it on but then again it’s only a matter of time before Romo acts like Romo. Therefore the Saints should be ok.