Sox Take Game Two, BC Stages Amazing Comeback

In stark contrast to game one, game two of the World Series was a pitching duel, as the Red Sox squeezed out a 2-1 victory behind 5 1/3 innings from Curt Schilling, 2 1/3 innings from Hideki Okajima and 1 1/3 innings from Jonathan Papelbon.

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David Scott was at Fenway for game two, and passes along some observations and some media tidbits from the week.

With the Patriots scoring over 40 points in the first half against Miami, on Patriots Daily, Bill Barnwell examines some interesting scoring and possession trends in the NFL. Check back this afternoon for our weekly roundtable discussion.

The Celtics made a couple of cuts yesterday, waiving guards Dahntay Jones and Jackie Manuel while keeping rookie forward Brandon Wallace, who might be headed to the Development League. Check out the Celtics news at CelticsLinks.com.

The Bruins scored a 3-1 win over the Blackhawks at TD Banknorth Garden, improving to 6-3 on the season. Check the coverage at BruinsLinks.com.

Boston College scored a huge win last night. They were behind and beaten up for much of their game on the road against Virginia Tech, but some late fourth quarter magic from Matt Ryan and a recovered onsides kick gave the #2 ranked Eagles a 14-10 win.

Check out the highlights from this one:

And some commentary from the announcing crew: