STOCK WATCH: Fast-Glance Week in Review
Oct. 1, 2007 | Dick's Stock Watch provides a fast-glance review of the past week in the world of sports, charting whose stock is up and whose is down.
• Brett Favre shattered the NFL record for career touchdown passes, moving ahead of Dan Marino.
• Alex Rodriguez finished the regular season with 54 homers and `56 RBI.
• South Florida, Colorado, Auburn, Kansas State and Maryland all upset top 10 teams.
• Major League baseball with several NL races going down to the final day of the regular season. San Diego and Colorado meet in a one-game playoff to determine the wild card winner.
• Kelly Pavlik won the middleweight title with a seventh-round TKO over Jermain Taylor in a action-packed battle.
• The U.S. Presidents Cup team dominated in winning.
• The Mets had a seven-game lead in the NL East with 17 games left to play. Now they are going home after missing out on the postseason.
• The Ravens lost to the Browns by two touchdowns.
• The Dolphins and Rams both fell to 0-4.
• Michael Vick tested positive for marijuana, another strike for him.
• Umpire Mike Winters was suspended for the rest of the season for his role in the Milton Bradley incident.
• The U. S. Women's soccer team fell short of the World Cup title, losing to Brazil in the semifinals, 4-0. There was the whole Hope Solo controversy and I thought she was out of line ripping her teammate, though she claimed she was criticizing her coach. At least the Americans won third place by beating Norway.
Dick Vitale coached the Pistons and the University of Detroit before broadcasting ESPN's first college basketball game in December 1979. Send him a question for possible use on ESPNEWS.