11.11: Morning Minute
Bush carries Raiders over Chargers; Sharks tame Wild
Good morning and every one hander over here and got -- -- there's studios with your Friday morning minute and four and border Raiders need all the way as they can did. But a victory over the hated Chargers would certainly be sweeter a share of the division lead was on the line as the rivals met in San Diego Thursday night. And for the Raiders get. Was known Darren McFadden but at the same time no problem Michael Bush piled up. 157. Yards on thirty carries in addition to another 85 yards through the air. Late in Oakland to a 24 to seventeen win. Silver and black defense shut down the Chargers ground attack only allowing 75 rushing yards for the bolts. Jacoby Ford injured his left foot during the game but nonetheless Oakland. Notched a much needed victory. Great to get a win in this environment against against a good football team. The team that was tied for us coming in and and then we took a little bit of a lead. We wanna keep that lead gonna continue with it. We got a long road ahead of us we a lot of big football games coming up we need to keep getting better and we're we're nowhere near. Or finish third or near where we need to be -- a lot of improvements -- making we will. Do the guys were former -- Danny Heatley and Devin is that a good few returns and tanks with the Minnesota Wild forward tilt with the San Jose Sharks. Second period Sharks on the power play Patrick Marleau -- that take away and the gold while I didn't get as one nothing starts and later in the sack yet. It was Ryan blow look at it and hit it to his teammate -- that can get work again one timer tune -- -- Sharks. Only had a going to win three no one in your finally snapped a five game winning streak. The Minnesota Wild -- make sure to join us tonight on sports net central -- -- play every action for the Raiders on that big victory over the Chargers on the 49ers. Continue preparations for the New York Giants all that and more tonight on sports net central that are doing well now I'm better Wilford and this has been.