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Posted on Fri, Oct 23, 2009 : 9:15 a.m.

Meandering through the maize (and blue): Jordan Kovacs, David Molk's status and The Angels

By Michael Rothstein

The Yankees aren't in the World Series just yet.

Having a chance to close out the ALCS, New York lost on Thursday night, 7-6, to the Angels, sending the series back to New York.

FOOTBALL:

  • David Molk, Carlos Brown and Brandon Minor are all probable for Saturday.
  • Mark Ortmann is ready for Penn State's defensive front, writes Dave Birkett of AnnArbor.com.
  • Jordan Kovacs watched Rudy to get ready for football tryouts, writes Mark Snyder of the Free Press.
  • BASKETBALL:

  • Kentucky super-frosh John Wall might not be eligible according to Dana O'Neil and Pat Forde of ESPN.
  • OTHER SPORTS AND STUFF:

  • Michigan hockey won its regular season home opener, 3-2, writes James Briggs of AnnArbor.com.
  • Comic Soupy Sales is dead.
  • Comments

    jeremy

    Fri, Oct 23, 2009 : 9:26 a.m.

    The John Wall story is sad. The kids AAU coach was an international basketball agent for a year and now the kid may not be able to play college ball. Seems to me the AAU coach should have known he wouldnt be able to coach without raising red flags for his players. The NCAA is getting real nitpicky with eligibility status, as long as it isnt at USC.