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The Best In Sports In 7 Days

Doctor S sez: Brett Favre has a busted ankle, and the NFL is on his trail. Watch out, Patriots.

Thursday, Oct. 28
College football, North Alabama at Delta State (7 p.m., Cleveland, CSS, 1180 AM/103.3 FM): This game will decide whether the Lions or the Statesmen go to the Division II playoffs.

Friday, Oct. 29
High school football, Pearl at Callaway (7 p.m., Newell Field, Jackson): The Pirates and Chargers battle for playoff position.

Saturday, Oct. 30
College football, Sewanee at Millsaps (1 p.m., Jackson) and Cumberlands at Belhaven (1:30 p.m., Newell Field, Jackson): Fondren's home teams play their final home games of the season. ... Ole Miss at Auburn (5 p.m., Auburn, Ala., ESPN2, 97.3 FM): Will the dreaded BCS No. 1 jinx strike for the third week in a row? No. ... Kentucky at Mississippi State (6 p.m., Starkville, ESPNU, 105.9 FM): What the hell is it with all of these ESPNU games? The Bulldogs are finally worth watching and most of their fans in the Jackson can't. I guess you will have to drive to a sports bar ... or Starkville.

Sunday, Oct. 31
Major League baseball, World Series Game 4, Texas at San Francisco (7 p.m., Ch. 40, 105.9 FM): The Rangers or Giants could complete a sweep tonight. That's not going to happen. (Rangers in seven.) ... NFL football, Pittsburgh at New Orleans (7:20 p.m., Ch. 3, 620 AM): The Superdome has been a house of horrors for the Saints lately. Things could get worse when Big Ben and the Steelers arrive.

Monday, Nov. 1
NFL football, Houston at Indianapolis (7:30 p.m., ESPN): The Colts look for revenge when the Texans come to town. ... Major League baseball, World Series Game 4, Texas at San Francisco (7:30 p.m., Ch. 40, 105.9 FM): The Rangers or Giants could complete a sweep tonight. That's not going to happen. (Rangers in seven.)

Tuesday, Nov. 2
NBA basketball, Atlanta at Cleveland (6 p.m., SportSouth): Last season, Hawks-Cavaliers would have been a heckuva matchup. This year ... not so much.

Wednesday, Nov. 3
College football, Rutgers at South Florida (6 p.m., ESPN): If the World Series doesn't get this far, I'm afraid this is one of your best options. Enjoy

The Slate is compiled by Doctor S between shots of Nyquil. He doesn't have a cold, he just likes the taste.

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And University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB) at Shouthern Miss (11 AM, Hattiesburg CSS, 105.1 FM). It's the Blackout game. Go Eagles!

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KendallVarnell
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2010-10-28T15:21:13-06:00
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Doctor S is JSU playing this saturday in Jackson i didn't see it in your column. I thought it was Homecoming.

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NewJackson
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2010-10-28T17:30:13-06:00
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Maybe the Dr. has not seen your post, NewJackson. Jackson State University is playing Prarie View on tomorrow (10/30/10). It is also Homecoming for the Tigers. I don't know the time of the game.

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justjess
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2010-10-29T09:40:51-06:00
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I knew that but from reading the JACKSON free press it didnt seem like JSU was playing on saturday or having homecoming so excuse me for pointing out the obvious. Out of mind, nowhere in site is what it is huh. And i took issue with Doctor s when he called JSU fans fickle, and he said something else about JSU a couple of weeks ago that had me hot, its called respect.

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NewJackson
Date
2010-10-29T12:51:15-06:00

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