(PRWEB) September 30, 2012
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The big story in the NFL this week was the long awaited return of the regular refs, which allowed the league to relieve the replacement refs of their duties, and not a moment too soon. The Green Bay Packers essentially had a victory stolen from them by shoddy officiating on Monday night. The Packers look to get the bad taste out of their mouths at the expense of the New Orleans Saints, who find themselves at 0-3 and heading into Lambeau Field with their season on the line.
The San Francisco 49ers and Coach Jim Harbaugh did not return to Northern California following a loss in Minnesota last weekend, and they are hoping that the rest will allow them to focus and play better in New York against a Jets team that is also thirsty for a victory. NFL tickets to one of these NFL football games or any of the others on the Week 4 docket are currently available at TicketProcess.com. With overnight shipping and some of the fastest processing in the entire industry, TicketProcess.com is able to get NFL tickets into the hands of fans who buy them incredibly quickly.
Saturdays are also packed with football fun for those that are fans of the college game, and many games featured incredible scoring outbursts, some of which actually set records. The Tennessee Volunteers and Georgia Bulldogs lit up the scoreboard in Athens to the tune of a 30-30 halftime tie, which was the most first half points scored in an SEC conference game since 1996. The Baylor Bears and the West Virginia Mountaineers played a game that left many of the fans exhausted, racking up an unheard of 133 points over the course of 60 minutes. In the end it was The Mountaineers that prevailed, 70-63, continuing their quest to get invited to a respectable Bowl Game. Fans can find cheaper Super Bowl Tickets for the big game.