Monthly Archives: September 2016

California, New York men charged in billion-dollar gambling ring | Reuters

Thompson said he believes the bust is the biggest of its kind to be brought by local prosecutors. NEW YORK Four California and New York men have been charged in an internet-based sports gambling ring that handled nearly $1 billion in bets during a single football season and ran a team of employees in Costa […]

Continue Reading

College Football Bowl Games

A team must win six games in the season to qualify for playing in a bowl game. A game between Tufts University and Harvard, played on 4 June, 1875, bore some resemblance to its modern-day counterpart, with each team having eleven players, the players being allowed to run carrying the ball and tackle each other, […]

Continue Reading

Sports :: How to Win at Betting: Sports Gambling Winning Percentage, What You Need to Know

At the end of the month, the 55-percent handicapper would have gone 83-67 for a gain of 9.3 units, while the 60-percent handicapper would have gone 18-12 for a profit of 4.8 units, so the 55-percent handicapper has made nearly twice as much. If somebody were to ask you if you would rather be a […]

Continue Reading

bettingexpert Blog | Betting, Stats, Facts, Football & Sports Blog

Please check the username, re-type the password, and try again. Please write a username with maximum 30 characters The image you are trying to upload is too heavy. Please try with a smaller image: 2MB or less. Please specify a password so you can log in to bettingexpert bettingexpert Blog | Betting, Stats, Facts, Football […]

Continue Reading

College football coach dies after Parkinson’s battle

She asked friends, family and former players to write letters to Horton’s daughters, sharing their favorite memories of the coach. “With Coach Horton, it was the way he made us feel outside the meeting rooms and practice fields,” said former Cleveland Browns offensive lineman Paul Zukauskas. “He was a guy that could be tough as […]

Continue Reading

New documents show Pete Rose bet on baseball as a player, ESPN reports

To be sure, I’m eager to sit down with [MLB commissioner Rob] Manfred to address my entire history — the good and the bad — and my long personal journey since baseball. This closes the door,” said John Dowd, the former federal prosecutor who led MLB’s 1989 investigation. Major League Baseball has historically reserved its […]

Continue Reading

bettingexpert Blog | Betting, Stats, Facts, Football & Sports Blog

In order to log in today we need you to click on that link. There might be something wrong with the file. Please try with a smaller image: 2MB or less. bettingexpert Blog | Betting, Stats, Facts, Football & Sports Blog The username or password you entered is incorrect. Please try with another. Please specify […]

Continue Reading

The Good, Bad and Ugly About the Commercialization of Amateur Sports

It spotlights young pitchers who throw curve balls that significantly increase the risk of permanent arm and shoulder damage. I was thrilled to meet Lee Elder, the first black golfer invited to participate in the Masters Tournament and one of the most inspiring and courageous athletes in the 20th century, at the NAACP Celebrity Image […]

Continue Reading

A Look At Lsu Tigers College Football

They won their first SEC title in 1935 under head coach Bernie Moore. He has a record of 51-14-0. Les Miles will lead Louisiana State University into the 2010 season on September 4th with a non conference game against North Carolina. By: Jason Forthofer One of the greatest players to ever come out of Louisiana […]

Continue Reading

Maria Bartiromo | Fox News

She joined CNBC in 1993 after five years as a producer, writer and assignment editor with CNN Business News, where she wrote and produced some of CNN’s top business programs. Bartiromo has covered business and the economy for more than 25 years and was one of the building blocks of business cable network CNBC. She […]

Continue Reading