Daily Sports Roundup: September 10

September 10, 2010

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Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Rangers play host to the Yankees, the Padres take on the Giants, and West Virginia looks for a road victory over the Thundering Herd.

Colliding on the gridiron . . .

The college football schedule offers up two games on Friday, with UTEP at Houston (-20) and No. 23 West Virginia (-13) at Marshall. The ranked Mountaineers cruised to a 31-0 win over Coastal Carolina in their opener last week, with Noel Devine running for 111 yards and a touchdown for West Virginia in that victory. The Thundering Herd will be looking to bounce back from an ugly 45-7 road loss to Ohio State in their first game.

As well, there’s one Canadian Football League game on the schedule for Friday, with Calgary at Edmonton. The Stampeders (8-1 SU, 7-2 ATS) pounded the Eskimos (2-7 SU, 3-6 ATS) on Monday night, winning 52-5 at home behind a three-touchdown performance from QB Henry Burris. The oddsmakers have the Stampeders listed as big 10.5-point road favorites for Friday night, with the total for that contest set at 54.5 points.

Meeting up on the diamond . . .

The American League schedule for Friday has Minnesota at Cleveland, Baltimore at Detroit, Tampa Bay at Toronto, Kansas City at the White Sox, Boston at Oakland, Seattle at the Angels, and the Yankees at Texas. Javier Vazquez (10-9, 5.01 ERA) will take on C.J. Wilson (14-6, 3.10 ERA) in that Yankees/Rangers matchup. Righthander Vazquez was knocked around by the Rangers back on August 11, giving up six runs on eight hits over his 4 1-3 innings of work. Lefthander Wilson had his four-game winning streak snapped against the Twins last time out, giving up six runs over his 5 1-3 innings.

Over in the National League on Friday it’s then Florida at Washington, Pittsburgh at Cincinnati, Philadelphia at the Mets, St. Louis at Atlanta, the Dodgers at Houston, the Cubs at Milwaukee, Arizona at Colorado, and San Francisco at San Diego. The Giants are slated to give the ball to Jonathan Sanchez (10-8, 3.39 ERA) in that last game, while the Padres counter with Clayton Richard (12-6, 3.43 ERA). Lefthander Sanchez dazzled the Dodgers over seven innings of work last time out, holding them scoreless on three hits while fanning nine. Lefthander Richard had to settle for a no-decision against the Rockies last time out despite giving up only two runs in six innings pitched.


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