Leftover stuff from Saturday's college action, and some baseball......
-- Middle Tennessee 49, Georgia Tech 28. Can't be good for the ACC's power rating. Option-loving Tech actually threw the ball 26 times.
-- Derek Carr threw for 536 yards in Fresno State's 52-40 win against San Diego State; Carr's older brother David is backup QB for the Giants.
-- Oklahoma State has 66 players on its roster from Texas.
-- Braves beat the Mets, their 23rd straight win with Kris Medlen as the starting pitcher. Odd thing is, his first 2012 start wasn't until July 31.
-- Detroit Tigers won 2-1 in Minnesota, now have a 3-game lead over the freefalling White Sox in the AL Central.
-- Yoenis Cespedes broke a 2-2 tie with an 8th-inning homer as the gritty Oakland A's beat Seattle 5-2; their seemingly-impossible dream of making the playoffs is close to becoming a reality.
Why didn't ESPN have a baseball game on Sunday night?
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