September 2008 in Sports - 13 September 2008 (Saturday)

13 September 2008 (Saturday)

  • American college football:
    • NCAA AP Top 10:
      • (1) Southern California 35, (5) Ohio State 3
      • (2) Georgia 14, South Carolina 7
      • (3) Oklahoma 55, Washington 14
      • (6) Missouri 69, Nevada 17
      • (7) LSU 41, North Texas 3
      • Arkansas at (8) Texas — postponed to September 27 due to Hurricane Ike.
      • (9) Auburn 3, Mississippi State 2
      • (10) Wisconsin 13, (21) Fresno State 10
    • Other games:
      • UNLV 23, (15) Arizona State 20, OT
      • Maryland 35, (23) California 27
  • American football:
    • Due to damage suffered to Reliant Stadium the NFL contest between the Baltimore Ravens and the Houston Texans was postponed to November 9, which was to have been the scheduled bye week for the Ravens. In addition, the October 26 Texans' home contest would now be against the Cincinnati Bengals, which was moved from said November 9 date in lieu of the Texans' own bye week.
  • Australian rules football:
    • AFL finals series
      • Semi Final 1 at Melbourne
        • St Kilda 17.4 (106) – Collingwood 9.18 (72)
  • Auto racing:
    • Formula One:
      • Italian Grand Prix iqualifying n Monza, Italy
        • Toro Rosso driver Sebastian Vettel qualifies on the pole, becoming the youngest driver in F1 history to do so at age 700121000000000000021 years, 700172000000000000072 days. Championship leader Lewis Hamilton qualifies 15th, and reigning world champion Kimi Räikkönen also fails to get into session 3 by qualifying 14th.
  • Baseball:
    • Los Angeles Angels closer Francisco Rodríguez sets a new Major League Baseball record with his 58th save of the season. The previous record had been set in 1990 by Bobby Thigpen of the Chicago White Sox.
  • Rugby league:
    • Super League playoffs: Elimination Quarter-FInal A at Perpignan
      • Catalans Dragons 46–8 Warrington Wolves
        • The Catalans make their Super League playoff debut a winning one.
  • Rugby union:
    • Tri Nations Series:
      • Australia 24–28 New Zealand at Brisbane
        • The All Blacks come back from a 17–7 deficit early in the second half to win the Tri Nations crown. The win also ensures that the All Blacks will retain the Bledisloe Cup.

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