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Golf, Football, Tennis…More TV’s Please!

by Jeff Skinner

If there ever was a case for “multiple televisions” today is the day.  There is plenty of exciting golf to watch, baseball is in the home stretch to the playoffs, the U.S. Open (tennis that is) has a great men’s final today and there’s that group of guys that dominate TV every fall called the NFL.  With the start of the NFL season today there will be some tough choices for us golf/NFL fans to make. That is why if you haven’t loaded up on a few extra televisions in your man cave yet you are missing the boat.  On fall Sundays in my house three televisions are the minimum that I have on in my living room.  How else can you expect to see all the golf, football, tennis, baseball and anything else we sports fans need to watch.  Multiple TV’s, it’s the only way and today is the day to start.

Michelle Wie shot a scorching 64 to take a three shot lead at the Northwest Arkansas Championship.  She is trying for her second straight win.  What a summer vacation this kid is having!  Catch it on The Golf Channel at 4:00 pm EST.

The PGA Tour Playoffs have been great even though Tim Finchem may not think so.  Today’s final round of the BMW Championship has a bunch of interesting personalities and great golfers on top of the leaderboard.  Ryan Moore leads by one but Dustin Johnson, Charlie Wi, Matt Kuchar, Ian Poulter, Paul Casey, Ernie Els and a bunch more are all within striking distance.  Moore and Johnson in the final pairing offer us an interesting combination of two of the more fascinating tour members.  Heck, just watching Tiger and Phil in the same pairing will be fun to watch.  This looks like Tiger’s exit from the playoffs but him and Phil in the same group is always worth watching.  It’s on NBC at 2:00pm EST.

Don’t forget the US Tennis Open.  Rafael Nadal will be trying to beat Novak Djokovic, who knocked out Roger Federer, to get his career grand slam.  It’s on CBS at 4:00pm.

Here me when I say Multiple TV’s, it’s the only way.

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