CIS Football Report (Week 3)

The CIS is in full swing and for the first time in the season all four conferences would play with many seeing games broadcast. The AUS would join the rest of the conferences as they opened their season three weeks after the OUA began their season. It was another display of that uneven nature of these conferences with the AUS having a shorter schedule.

What 2 Watch (Sept. 23-25)

The second week of What 2 Watch features a jam packed weekend full of great action in the sports world. The NFL has a number of great matchups but the oldest rivalry in the league will be the focal point. NCAA is also underway and the marquee matchup will be between two ranked teams that can reshape the Top 25. Meanwhile the CFL is on the other side of their league as they continue their playoff push as they move out to the East Coast for their annual Touchdown Atlantic Game.

What 2 Watch

It’s time for the first ever The Sport Addiction What 2 Watch Blog where I show you the options for this weekend in sports. It will include every major event in sports as well as the games that you can’t miss in the big 4 and some other interesting views. Every Friday I will post the What 2 Watch so that my readers can figure out what they want to watch every weekend.

UFN: Battle on the Bayou Preview

In a strange week where a #1 contender in the welterweight division was stripped of his title shot the UFC is finally back to fighting. With Nick Diaz losing his title shot due to a no-show at the press conferences for UFC 137 Carlos Condit earned the fight. With these two fighters at the top for now there are still a number of fighters that are looking to get that shot at one of the best fighters in the world in GSP. With the welterweight division in full focus the Battle on the Bayou fits right in as two of the top welterweight fighters will face off.

UFC Scores with FOX

Spike TV has been the place to go for years as the UFC grew up and was a main reason for their ability to grow into what they are now. When Spike rebranded from TNT to Spike TV one of their biggest aspects to their programming was that they became the home for UFC. With fights broadcast on Spike as well as their reality show that changed the face of the UFC, The Ultimate Fighter (TUF). This relationship was a very beneficial one for both sides but as of Thursday August 18, 2011 the relationship is no more. On Thursday the UFC signed a 7-year contract with Fox Sports who will now take over for Spike.

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