Posts tagged ‘sports’

College Football Week 14 Lopsided Bet Report

December 4, 2020

Each week we report to you the games which are beat heavily lopsided at a major sportsbook. Any game over 67% on both ticket and cash are recorded in our report. Usually you have between 4 and 8 such games but this week is seeing all types of heavy lopsided action. Some of the same […]

When to Take a Break from Sports Betting

October 26, 2020

Placing a wager on a sporting event can suddenly turn the two teams on your TV that you dont care about into an exciting match up. This effect alone is responsible for why an overwhelming majority of sports bettors wager recreationally. Betting money that you can afford to lose on a game to “spice it […]

Miami vs Florida State Preview and Free Pick

September 22, 2020

On Saturday night at 7:30, September 26, 2020, the renewal of the Miami, Florida vs FSU rivalry will continue. The Seminoles will be visiting South Florida to do battle with Hurricanes. Both teams seem to trending in opposite directions. Miami has been building up and completed a major piece of their puzzle this offseason by […]

Why Rui Hachimura Can Thrive in the NBA Bubble

August 10, 2020

The NBA returned on July 30 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Walt Disney World. The Wizards have a slim chance to make the playoffs but with Bradley Beal and Davis Bertans out, they need Rui Hachimura to carry the offense. As of this writing, Washington is 5.5 games behind Orlando and […]

Odds on Next Team to Change Name – And Pick

July 28, 2020

Sports fans are probably fully aware of the Washington Redskins being bullied into changing their name by hoards of guilty white people. For the record, they are not changing their name because they were approached by angry native Americans. The team announced it is dropping the nickname “Redskins” and has not decided on a new […]

Sports Betting Expected to Make a Roaring Comeback

July 9, 2020

Sports wagering was setting all kinds of records before the economy went belly-up in the wake of Covid-19. There were several factors that went into the records being broken. In this article we will go over some of these factors and also discuss what is to be expected for the remainder of 2020. Why Sports […]

So What are People Betting During Corona Virus?

March 16, 2020

The sports world has not been except from the coronavirus threat. All major leagues in the United States are currently suspended. There is no action. The UFC did not shut down its operation however. They are continuing to train and fight. UFC creator Dana White says they will continue to do so until there is […]

Your Most Compelling College Bowl Statistic

November 28, 2019

You could have had a huge Return On Investment the last 3 years by finding Underdogs who covered. Why? Because 69.44% of the underdogs who covered won their games outright! Your Bowl Results (not including pushes, or 1/2 pt decisions) 2015 to 2018 Favorites who won: 74 Dogs who covered: 72 Dogs who covered and […]

Iowa State Football Preview 2019

August 17, 2019

The 2019 Iowa State Cyclones are under the tutelage of fourth year head coach Tom Manning. The Cyclones are starting to see his efforts pay off as they have posted winning records the last two seasons after languishing in the cellar for years. In this article we will preview the offensive and defensive team of […]

Will the United States Become the Biggest Gambling Market in the World?

May 22, 2019

Many countries around the world have enjoyed the freedom to bet on casino and sports games for many decades. And with the advent of the internet, people in those countries have had even easier access to place their bets. In the United States, betting, and specifically sports betting, has been taboo. The government in that […]