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Weekend Outlook – January 28

January 28, 2011

Hello All,

Well, it’s the first weekend without relevant football since early fall, so what is there to follow this weekend? Every Friday, we ask our friends on Twitter to let us know what they’re following in the world of sports and entertainment, and then we tell you. Enjoy the Weekend Outlook!

Darren Heitner: “I’ll be tracking Tiger Woods’ score card at Torrey Pines.”

Rob Katz: “Tiger in hunt at Torrey Pines. NCAA hoops (Gators at MSU) & NHL All-Star weekend in Raleigh. Countdown to SB and Spring Training.”

David Canter: “fortunately nothing. Pro Bowl is irrelevant & Senior bowl game meaningless”

Mike Mahoney: “5th grabde boys bball doubleheader on Saturday, followed by me getting outside and playing tennis and golf and @pgatour golf!”

J.W. Cannon: “Continuing collapse of the joke the #NFL Pro Bowl has become.”

David Schwab: “Golf ratings if Tiger contends without any major sport competition”

Maxx Talent: “Definitely checking out #maxxclient @Jeremy_Roenick at the @NHL ASG all weekend. We’ll be sure to let u know when he’s on!”

Lee Lloyd: “Following #NFL labor volleys in the media and cheering the young #UNC Tar Heels to 1st place in the (weak) ACC.”

Andrew Fine: “After last nights huge win for the Maize and Blue, it looks like I’m fully in college bball mode. How about you?”

Grant Christensen: “Preparing for Lakers-Celtics battle on Sunday and wondering how much money Doc Rivers leaves in the ceiling this trip.”

Billy Corben: “Fri: @thehotcakes @MercuryLoungeNY, Sat: @Ralphie_May at Seminole Hard Rock Improv, Sun: Rosie Herrera Dance Theatre @ArshtCenter

Ben Sturner: “Following college basketball and australian open!”

Lou Imbriano: “skiing with the kids and probably a little pro bowl.”

Ed Kiernan: “The Knicks and Spike Lee! It’s like “the good ‘ol days” – LOVE IT!!!!!!”

What am I following you ask? For me, it’s a country club weekend. I’ll be watching the final rounds of the Australian Open. Very excited to see if Kim can add more majors in her comeback and if Andy can finally win a major, pressure is on him. Most of all, I’m excited for the weekend in golf. Tiger is back, he seems to be near the top at the Farmers Insurance Open, and it can be a fun Sunday. Golf is best when Tiger is relevant, and the PGA has a great chance to be the most relevant sporting event of the weekend since the Australian Open is at strange hours and the Pro Bowl is next to irrelevant.

Have a good weekend and find somewhere warm to spend it.

– Jason


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