Archive for year 2014
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Although Tiger Woods has been out of competition for some time now, he remains the most popular golfer in the world. Even after he so obviously hurt his back at Doral, Woods continued to be the favorite on every wagering board across the country. Bettors love to bet on the Tiger.
Nowadays there is More >
Baseball coaches have resorted to a great variety of tricks and mojo to motivate their teams over the years. Major League, college and yes, even Pop Warner coaches can come up with some pretty crazy stuff to get their guys and gals to give it their all.
But how would you like to be the coach that More >
The NCAA, as an organization, is in jeopardy. You can read about it every day. First Penn State, then Miami, and then still more bungling trying to cover up the bungling. Mark Emmert and company are under fire from several directions. Not only from the sports writers around the country but by the More >
The Florida State Seminoles seem to be excelling in all forms of collegiate athletics these days. Good coaches, sure. Great recruiting program, you bet. The Tallahassee campus gets its fair share from the nation’s young athlete pool, but there is something else.
Head Football Coach Jimbo Fisher and More >
There are so many advantages for bookies that do indeed have an Internet presence over those who don’t. The most obvious is having the ability to offer their sports bettor’s unlimited sports wagering More >
The current discussions include both relaxing the testing guidelines as to what constitutes a positive test, and also More >
Magic Johnson never wanted Mike D’Antoni as the coach of his ex-team, the Los Angeles Lakers. That position was supposed to revert back to the guy who came to be recognized as the ‘Coach of the Lakers’, Phil Jackson.
But a family feud erupted in the Lakers front offices when the Buss brother, for More >
Last week’s historic vote by student athletes at the Northwestern University to unionize will have some far reaching implications for both sides of the issue. The things that the student athletes are asking for through CAPA do not sound at all unreasonable. But the backlash has been brutal.
They More >
When the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose went down once again to yet another injury early on in the season, most NBA fans wrote the Chicago basketball team off for the year. Everyone, that is, except the Bulls themselves, their coach Tom Thibodeau and their outstanding defensive center, Joakim More >