Archive for July, 2019
Surprise, surprise! Everyone thinks that the Patriots are going to win the Super Bowl again this year. Who would have guessed? The perennial favorites are once again leading the list with the shortest odds to win Super Bowl LIV, that’s the 54th edition of More >
Back when Zion Williamson was simply a super star playing basketball for Duke University, he was proudly wearing the latest Nike basketball shoes that probably retailed at a premium price. Shortly after tip off, the premium shoe came apart, Zion went to the floor with a More >
In the beginning your players will hardly notice that a change has been made. It’s just a new, attractive website and new phone numbers. No problem. Those things tend to change periodically anyway.
It won’t be until after they start to place a few wagers More >
After only 3 days of travel and rest since the closing round of the British Open at Royal Portrush in Northern Ireland, the best golfers on the planet will be teeing off just outside of Memphis, Tennessee for the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational at TPC More >
How are the major sports franchises able to offer star athletes such incredible salaries, now mounting up into the hundreds of millions of dollars these days? Where does the money come from? As business propositions, major league sports are booming and More >
Unlike in years past, professional baseball teams in the USA now must complete all inter-team trading by the end of July 31st instead of August 31st.
Wheeling and dealing abounds all across the land as winning teams try to fill in the remaining pieces to More >
NCAA Football will get underway with a humdinger on August 24th at Camping World Stadium, formally the Citrus Bowl, just outside of Orlando Florida when the Florida Gators host the Hurricanes of Miami in another edition of a long standing instate rivalry More >
The winds of change are blowing all across the land as more and more states are looking closely at legalizing sports wagering and, more specifically, at the potentially enormous revenues to be generated from all those bets on all those sports.
In More >
THE BRITISH OPEN & THE CLARET JUG
This year’s British Open, aka ‘The Open’ will be a special event in many ways. The Open is the only one of the four ‘majors’ on the professional golfers tour played outside the USA and this will be only the second time that the British Open has been played outside More >
They have been talking about this on and off for a number of years now. Expanding the NFL season to 18 games would mean different things to different people. To the owners it’s more money, for the coaches and players it’s two extra weeks of work, for bookies More >