Archive for April, 2019
The big fat elephant in the room is finally becoming visible for everyone to see. We’ve all known that the elephant was there, for all these years, but no one ever wanted to talk about it, until the FBI got involved. Now the milk has been spilt and there is no putting it back in the bottle.
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Now we are getting down to the real nitty-gritty part of the playoffs. The first rounds went pretty much as expected as the match-ups were fairly one sided to begin with, not so for the second round. Now we get to the cream of the crop. Now there are only 8 teams left in competition for the More >
Let’s face it. Round one of this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs didn’t go exactly as the ‘experts’ predicted. Bettors who bet the dogs generally did well, especially those lucky few who bet the Columbus Blue Jackets to beat the league leading Tampa Bay Lightning. Even better if they picked More >
The noble sport of horse racing reaches its peak each spring time on the first Saturday in May with the running of the annual Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky, far and away the sports’ most glamorous and publicized event of the year.
Best of all, the Kentucky Derby is More >
The Pay Per Head Service industry is becoming ever more popular with professional bookmakers each year, and for good reason. Working with a quality PPH service can make you more money with less work and worry. The savvy bookie will do his or her due diligence before choosing which company is best More >
Here we go again. The top 16 teams of the NBA square off in a 6 week long annual festival of professional basketball in the USA called ‘The Playoffs’. Although basketball is now played almost worldwide at the professional level, the National Basketball Association Playoffs are considered to be More >
Remember back in the old days when ‘going out to the ball park’ meant eating hotdogs, popcorn and cotton candy. You couldn’t even get a cold beer at most ball parks. Sporting events were sort of like camping trips where everyone dressed up warmly and fans often resorted to bringing their own More >
It’s time once again for the annual National Football League Draft of eligible players coming out of colleges and universities from across the United States and around the world. This year the ceremony will take place in Nashville, Tennessee on April 25-27, where 111 pro football hopefuls, the More >
In the aftermath of the suspension of LSU head basketball coach Will Wade right before the SEC tournament, Joe Alleva, who served as athletic director for the Tigers for the past eleven years, will step down from the AD job at LSU to take up a position as ‘special assistant’ to LSU’s president F. More >
There were 25,000 fans crowded around the greens and most of them were there to try and catch a glimpse of just one particular golfer at the 2019 Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia, that would be four time Masters winner and overwhelming crowd favorite Tiger Woods.
Stepping onto the lush More >