It's Friday which mean we have made it another week without sports! It's hard to imagine but I guess it's not as bad when we have the Sports Illustrated rundown.
Today we are breaking down the classic games on TV that you don't want to miss.
Kaitlin O'Toole is joined by Si's Fantasy Executive Corey Parson for his top picks. Plus we have a streaming pick to get you through the weekend with sports content. Check out Mississippi JUCO on Amazon Prime.
All times listed are EST.
7:00 p.m on FS1: 1994 NFC Championship
Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers (01/15/1995)
The 49ers were looking to make a statement after being knocked out of the playoffs the previous two years by the Cowboys. Thanks to three consecutive turnovers by the Cowboys to start the game, The San Francisco 49ers were able to take a 21-0 lead in the first quarter of the game. The turnovers didn't stop there though as the
Cowboys turned the ball over a total of 5 times. It was a tough loss for the Cowboys and the first ever loss as a starting quarterback in the post season for Troy Aikman. The final score was 38-28 49ers.
9:30 p.m. on NBCSN: 1986 World Series
Game 6: Boston Red Sox at New York Mets (10/25/1986)
The Boston Red Sox took a quick lead 2-1 but the New York Mets were not giving up that easily scoring the tie in the fifth inning. Boston lead the scoreboard 5-3 in the top of the tenth inning and the celebration for a Red Sox victory started in the stadium but fans were shocked when the Mets batted in 3 points in the bottom of the tenth and won game 6 of the World Series.
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