What 2 Watch (Nov. 4-6)

The month of October is over and so the winter sports take over TV with football and hockey dominating the sports channels. The NFL is through their halfway mark and the second half will start off much like the first half with Baltimore taking on Pittsburgh in a big division rivalry. Meanwhile NCAA football will have their biggest game so far between the #1 and #2 teams in the nation that will go a long way to determining the National Championship.

What 2 Watch (Oct. 28-30)

The Sports World is beginning to wind down with winter coming in as seasons begin to end and playoffs start. The World Series is wrapping up with only one game left in a thrilling series where any team can win. With game 7 in the World Series the Baseball season will finish up this weekend as the football world sees the end and the middle of seasons.

What 2 Watch (Oct. 14-16)

The sports month continues as October marches on with a number of different sports to watch although no UFC this week. There is still Baseball playoffs to watch as four teams finish off the Championship Series in an attempt to make it into the World Series. Of course football is still around with the CFL and CIS nearing the end of their season and looking to finalize their playoff standing.

Watch 2 Watch (Sept. 30-Oct. 2)

As the sports world enters the best sports month of the year What 2 Watch will be busy trying to give you all of the information you need. It starts this weekend when the MLB Playoffs start with the Division series beginning all weekend. Of course football is still in full swing with NFL, CFL, NCAA, and CIS throughout the weekend. The UFC is continuing its stretch of promotions with UFC Live 6. Another big event is taking place in New Zealand as the home team will play their last pool game against the Canadians. Of course the racing season is still in motion with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series entering its third race. It is a busy weekend and The Sport Addiction is here to help you out. With the weather dipping colder sit at home in the comfort of your couch and get ready for some great sports this weekend.

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.

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