>>Werth Walk-Off HR Extends Nats, Cards To Game Five
(Washington, DC) -- Jayson Werth led off the bottom of the ninth inning with a solo home run to give the Washington Nationals a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in Game Four of their National League Division Series. The best-of-five set is now tied at two games apiece. Werth connected off reliever Lance Lynn, swatting the 13th pitch of the at-bat over the wall for the walk-off win. The deciding Game Five is tonight at 7:37 p.m.
>>Bears Enjoy Bye
(Chicago, IL) -- The Bears will enjoy their bye this weekend. At 4-and-1, Chicago enters its off week tied with the Vikings atop the NFC North. The Bears will be back in action a week from Monday when they host the Lions at Soldier Field.
>>Rams, Dolphins Face Off In Miami
(Miami, FL) -- The resurgent Rams head to South Florida to take on the Miami Dolphins Sunday at Sun Life Stadium. The Rams recorded nine sacks in a 17-3 win over the previously unbeaten Cardinals in Week Five. St. Louis has won two straight to improve to 3-and-2, the first time the team has been over .500 since 2006. The Rams have lost four in-a-row in Miami and are 0-and-2 on the road this year. The Dolphins are 2-and-3 this season.
>>Illinois Visits Michigan
(Ann Arbor, MI) -- Illinois will be on the road to battle Michigan tomorrow afternoon. Illinois is 2-and-4 on the season after last week's 31-14 loss to Wisconsin. Michigan holds a commanding 68-23-and-2 lead in the all-time series. Kick-off will be at 2:30.
>>Notre Dame Squares Off With Stanford
(South Bend, IN) -- Seventh-ranked Notre Dame will square off with 17th-ranked Stanford in South Bend tomorrow. The Fighting Irish moved to 5-and-0 on the season with a 41-3 win over Miami last week. The Irish hold a 17-9 edge in the all-time series. Kick-off will be at 2:30.
>>Mizzou Hosts #1 Alabama Saturday
(Columbia, MO) -- The Missouri Tigers host the top-ranked and undefeated Alabama Crimson Tide on Saturday at Faurot Field. Mizzou slipped to 3-and-3 on the season and 0-and-3 in the SEC with last Saturday's 19-15 home loss to Vanderbilt. Redshirt freshman Corbin Berkstresser will start in place of James Franklin, who sprained his left knee last week against Vandy. The Tigers are 0-and-12 all-time against 'Bama, which is playing in Columbia for the first time since 1978.