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I think you’ll be able to find something to watch on TV this weekend

At last count, there were like 80 sporting events to watch this weekend. Reminder: the NHL playoffs start today at noon ET with Rangers-Hurricanes. Get those outdoor TVs fired up, get the beers flowing and enjoy playoff hockey in August. Weird times, right? The St. Jude Invitational gets rolling at 2 on CBS.

And we have a hurricane rolling in which means you’ll need to keep an eye on the Weather Channel to see where Cantore ends up on the eastern shores of Florida.

In gambling news, a pai gow player hit for $1,982,517 progressive at Caesars while another gambler hit a $480,850 Texas Hold-Em Bonus Poker at Flamingo. Have a great weekend and I’m sure I’ll be back at some point today after taking care of life things.

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Barrel racing โ€˜78

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.


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  1. I absolutely love those Dale pics you put at the bottom of each piece. I remember the race he crashed so vividly. Darrell Waltrip was going nuts in the booth because Mickey won. But then the camera panned to Dales car and there was sort of silence they showed the wreck, it didn’t look that bad I sort of thought he was just stuck in the car, when they were attending to him. When I first started watching Nascar I was rooting agist him because I’m sort of an underdog guy and everyone loved him. After a couple of races I understood why everyone loved him and I was a fan too. He was so aggressive on the track wanted the win every time, but so humble off. Gave the best humble interviews. Not like the cocky arrogant drivers today who complain about other drivers racing them. Nascar is a shell of its former self today with Jr. now gone.

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