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  • NFL Football Betting: New York Jets vs. Philadelphia Eagles

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/26/2014 10:11:37 PM
    There is definitely a link between these teams with QB Michael Vick swapping jerseys, but not colours, moving from Philly to New York. It has been announced that Geno Smith will be the starter for the Jets when the season starts so this might be as much as we see of the athletic lefty for a while. It is always a treat to see the Eagles offense in action. Even if this game will be mostly staffed by the second and third team units. +…
  • NFL Football Betting: Atlanta Falcons vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/26/2014 10:10:55 PM
    The way that players seem to be dropping like flies I am sure that both of these teams, which are looking to make major improvements on last season are just looking to get to real action in one piece. Both teams are coming into this game with 1-2 pre-season records and offenses that are leaving a lot to be desired. They are each averaging less than 15 points per game and they need to get their offenses on track before the season starts for real. +…
  • Believe It

    Posted by on 8/26/2014 10:10:06 PM
    Similar to the placards in Cleveland the first time around for LeBron James that declared ‘We Are All Witnesses’ Shared Belief convinced those in doubt last Sunday when freaking in the $1 million Pacific Classic. Most handicappers going in saw that Game on Dude may have lost a step and he has but take nothing away from Shared Belief, who was visually and historically impressive. +…
  • NFL fans will remember two years ago when a rookie quarterback named Robert Griffin III tore up his knee on the awful grass at FedEx Field. The jury is still out on RGIII’s career but at this point it’s safe to say that was a major setback. So when the players and coaches complained about the field at the brand new Levis Stadium after a dangerous practice led to several players coming up limping the team did something about it. +…
  • The last time these teams met it was the Teddy Bridgewater-led Louisville Cardinals dominating the Miami Hurricanes to the tune of a 36-9 victory in the Russell Athletic Bowl. Louisville’s ACC arrival won’t lessen its resolve this time around, but Miami is at least on paper expected to put up more of a fight. +…
  • Plenty Of Uncertainty At Quarterback For Wisconsin, LSU

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/25/2014 8:53:23 PM
    If the quarterback position is the most important in football then there should be a lot left to wonder about heading in to the season opener between a pair of top-25 teams in Wisconsin and LSU this Saturday. Neither head coach has revealed who will start at the position and with kickoff less than a week away there is a good chance nobody outside of their respective locker rooms will know the starters before Saturday. +…
  • The Fresno State Bulldogs represented one of the big breakthrough stories of the 2013 college football season, winning the Mountain West Conference championship and very nearly making a Bowl Championship Series game. Now, though, the Bulldogs have to prove themselves all over again, trying to re-create the same winning feeling with new pieces in place. +…
  • Florida State Kicks Off Journey To Repeat Against Cowboys

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/22/2014 8:52:08 PM
    The Florida State Seminoles are ranked first in the nation and are among the favorites to reach college football's four-team playoff to determine a single champion. They return Heisman winning quarterback Jameis Winston, but lost plenty of key players from last year's squad, and will have a tough first game against an Oklahoma State squad that finished 10-3 last season including three wins over Top 25 teams. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Bayern in Travers, Shared Belief in Pacific Classic

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/22/2014 8:34:33 PM
    It’s a star-studded weekend of horse racing, topped by the 145th Running of The Travers at Saratoga for three-year-olds and the 24th Running of The Pacific Classic at Del Mar for three-year-olds and up. Let’s take a closer look at the major players in these classic events below. +…
  • Clemson and Georgia put on a show in their 2013 opener when they combined for 73 points in the shootout that most fans hoped that game would be. This year’s opener should be very different as both teams deal with significant personnel change heading in to this season. The Tigers will start without quarterback Tajh Boyd or receivers Sammy Watkins and Martavis Bryant and there are plenty of question marks surrounding an inexperienced offense. +…
  • Tigers Look To Begin Championship Run With Victory Over Razorbacks

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/21/2014 9:30:31 PM
    The Auburn Tigers came extremely close to winning the National Championship last season, but now with the four-team playoff in place the Tigers will have even better odds of playing in the last game of the season two years in a row. They return key pieces on offense, but will have to bring their A-game against the Arkansas Razorbacks as they look to bounce-back and improve upon their 3-9 record from last season, one of the worst in recent memory. +…
  • How many times have we seen a baseball fan drop his beer or food as he tries to catch a foul ball? It happened again on Wednesday night when a Brewers’ fan spilled his beer trying to make a grab only he never actually caught the ball. +…
  • The Grade-1 Travers Stakes is one of the biggest non-Triple Crown races in the United States. It is also one of the oldest as this will be the 145th edition of the event, which started in 1864, and it is run over 1 ¼ miles on dirt at Saratoga, specifically for three-year-olds. The purse is a hefty $1,250,000. +…
  • The No. 17 Notre Dame Fighting Irish are probably at least a season away from competing in the College Football Playoff in terms of talent. It won’t help their chances that they will face one of the toughest schedules in the nation in 2014. The Fighting Irish will open the season as a 20.5-point favorite against Rice in its only game action before a visit from Michigan two weeks later. +…
  • The Alabama Crimson Tide had a disappointing 2013 by their standards as they finished the year with an 11-2 record and lost to the Oklahoma Sooners in the All State Sugar Bowl to end the season. They are now without key starters AJ McCarron, CJ Mosely, HaHa Clinton-Dix and others, but the top of the line recruiting classes Nick Saban has attained over the years will pay dividends and help this squad return to elite company for the first year of the NCAA four-team playoff. +…
  • UCLA’s Hundley Begins Heisman Campaign Against Cavaliers

    Posted by Blake Frazier on 8/19/2014 10:50:54 PM
    UCLA Bruins quarterback Brett Hundley may have been a first-round pick had he entered the 2014 NFL Draft, but the signal-caller decided to return for his junior season and will now attempt to carry his team to the first ever four-team playoff while putting up Heisman-type numbers. His first opponent will be the Virgina Cavaliers, a squad that finished 2013 with only two victories, zero against Top 25 teams like the seventh-ranked Bruins. +…
  • The Penn State Nittany Lions are still dealing with the sanctions handed down by the NCAA from the Jerry Sandusky incident, but with quarterback Christian Hackenberg under center the shorthanded squad will be a contender once again in the Big 10. The UCF Knights on the other hand lost their star quarterback Blake Bortles, as well as workhorse running back Storm Johnson to the NFL Draft, and must now begin rebuilding their program in hopes they can make another run at a premier bowl game. +…
  • Baze Is Ablaze

    Posted by on 8/19/2014 10:45:57 PM
    Don’t look now but Tyler Baze is ablaze as he just passed the 2,000-win milestone but it was not without overcoming obstacles. As handicappers know as well as anybody, we all fall down in life at time but the strong ones among us get up. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: SEC Conference Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/19/2014 10:45:10 PM
    With Auburn losing to Florida State in the title game is the dominance of the SEC over? Not likely. Heading into this season there are at least 3 or 4 teams that could easily qualify for the new playoff system and when they talk about whether it is right for two teams from one league getting in this is the league they are referring to. +…
  • Rams Fan Shows His Support With Unique Hair Style

    Posted by on 8/18/2014 8:34:25 PM
    The NFL preseason is underway and there is optimism in the air around the league as fans think about what their teams have the potential to do this year. Some fans like to show off their support any way they can and that is definitely the case for this Rams’ supporter, who is also inadvertently plugging Little Debbie Cupcakes at the game. +…
  • Ole Miss has been identified as one team that could surprise the college football world and take a major step forward both in the SEC West and on the national stage in 2014. Boise State has exceeded expectations time and again out of the Mountain West, but turnover has raised some serious concerns following its first five-loss season since 1998. +…
  • Johnny Manziel has been one of the most-talked about athletes on the planet over the past month. On Thursday night, sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill will attempt to get his name trending. Hill beat out true freshman Kyle Allen to get the first shot at replacing Manziel as the starter at Texas A&M and will make his first start for the No. 21-ranked +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: AAC Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/18/2014 8:26:51 PM
    In just its second year of existence the American Athletic Conference changes once again. Gone are Louisville and Rutgers and in are another round of Conference USA graduates: East Carolina, Tulane and Tulsa - with Navy balancing things out next season. This is certainly not the best league but it is a pretty competitive one. +…
  • Maria and the Million

    Posted by on 8/18/2014 8:25:26 PM
    Granted, it was a short and sweet field last Saturday in the Arlington Million but the winner Hardest Core proceeded to pull off the victory, the upset and added to his bankroll to be a near millionaire himself. In the process, he made the favorite Magician disappear. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: MAC Conference Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/18/2014 8:23:55 PM
    I can’t fully explain it but I am a big fan of MAC football. I have been very much enjoying the dominance of Northern Illinois of late but I also like that the games often come early in the week and the difference from top to bottom is not all that great, making for some serious thrillers. With the rules in CFB changing there may not be Cinderella stories like there have been in the past but this is one of the most entertaining leagues around. +…
  • The AFC East has long been dominated by the New England Patriots, but with the Miami Dolphins finding their franchise quarterback in Ryan Tannehill and improving their record each of the last three seasons it may be time for a changing of the guard. The Patriots still have Tom Brady and mastermind head coach Bill Belichick, but the AFC East is becoming increasingly competitive with both the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills drafting a high-ceiling quarterback in recent years. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: ACC Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/15/2014 9:20:11 PM
    The ACC is proud to house last year’s champion, Florida State, which looks primed to defend their title this season. The Louisville Cardinals join the league this year which adds to its depth, but it doesn’t look like the Seminoles will have much real competition for the league title with Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech far from being at their peak. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Side Glance to Upset Arlington Million

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/15/2014 8:50:44 PM
    The 32nd Running of The Arlington Million on Saturday has attracted a talented international cast of seven, with the Aidan O’Brien-trained Magician the 7-5 morning-line favorite. He’s coming off a dull effort, however, so it would be wise to give the entire field a close look. +…
  • The Cleveland Browns’ quarterback situation has become a relentless cycle of daily updates about which passer has the edge in camp, which passer is the better option to start this season, and whether or not the leading candidates can co-exist. Brian Hoyer was named the starter early on but head coach Mike Pettine doesn’t seem nearly as committed to him now as he did at the beginning of camp. +…
  • Arlington Million

    Posted by on 8/14/2014 9:10:05 PM
    For handicappers that like to wager a buck or two in Chicago, the 10-furlong Arlington Million on grass is a must visit this Saturday as a short and sweet field will compete. This was the first thoroughbred race to offer a million-dollar purse and the racers have extra incentive as it is a ‘win and you’re in’ the Breeders’ Cup Turf. +…
  • A couple of undefeated teams squaring off in this first game of week two of the preseason. The Jaguars won and covered against Tampa Bay while the Bears did the same against Philadelphia. The games could not have been more different with the Bears and Eagles scoring more than 60 points combined while the Jags and Bucs scored less than 30. +…
  • In Peyton Manning's second-year with the Denver Broncos, and 15th in the NFL, he set numerous passing record and led his team to a Super Bowl appearance. The Broncos did get dismantled in that Super Bowl game, leading to the question as to whether or not they will repeat as AFC West champions, or if it will be the always dangerous San Diego Chargers or Kansas City Chiefs. +…
  • First came news that the Toronto Raptors had been fined $25,000 for tampering because of comments made by their “global ambassador” Drake towards Kevin Durant at a concert. Then came news that the NBA offered to drop the fine if the Raptors stripped Drake of his title, which they refused to do. +…
  • NCAA College Football Betting: PAC 12 Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/13/2014 8:18:26 PM
    The PAC 12 is looking to make an argument for the top conference in America. They can make a reasonable case with their teams at the very top but it is that middle tier where they probably don’t quite stack up with the likes of the SEC. Each division should have a spirited fight for supremacy and odds are someone from the league will qualify for the playoffs. +…
  • The AFC North will be up for grabs for most of the 2014 season as the Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, and Pittsburgh Steelers all finished last year with eight wins or better, and the Cleveland Browns, who finished 4-12, began the year with a 3-2 record and looked like contender until quarterback Brian Hoyer went down for the year. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: SEC Conference Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/12/2014 7:07:07 PM
    With Auburn losing to Florida State in the title game is the dominance of the SEC over? Not likely. Heading into this season there are at least three or four teams that could easily qualify for the new playoff system and when they talk about whether it is right for two teams from one league getting in this is the league they are referring to. +…
  • Horses to Watch

    Posted by on 8/12/2014 7:06:21 PM
    As most astute handicappers know, it’s always wise to keep a list of horses to watch to try to give that little extra edge at the windows and here are a few that could be added to any list. Chasin Chama was hung out in post 10 of 11 in his Saratoga debut when he started for a $40,000 claiming price. +…
  • Whether they have Peyton Manning or Andrew Luck under center, the Indianapolis Colts are the team to beat in the AFC South. They routinely are the favorite to take the division title, and with an improved receiving corps around Luck it would be a surprise if they failed to do so in 2014. The rest of the division is filled with rebuilding franchises, including the Jacksonville Jaguars, but there could be a surprise with the second place team actually competing with the Colts for the number one spot. +…
  • Jadeveon Clowney was the number one overall pick for a reason, and because of it you can expect the 6-5” 266-pound monster to destroy a weak Arizona Cardinals offensive line come Saturday evening. The Cardinals have had a tough time containing opposing pass rushers the past few years, and if Clowney gets extended snaps in this first preseason game he very well could make a highlight reel tackle or two. +…
  • Sports fans got another reminder Thursday night of just how dangerous the game of baseball is for pitchers that are left completely vulnerable to line drives hit back to the mound. Pittsburgh Pirates’ shortstop Jordy Mercer sent a screamer back to the mound that smacked Miami Marlins’ pitcher Dan Jennings +…
  • The Tennessee Titans said goodbye to one of their biggest stars in franchise history when they cut running back Chris Johnson in the spring. Saturday’s preseason opener will mark the first in-game competition to replace him. The Titans will have a committee approach to the position under new head coach Ken Whisenhunt this season, with a number of backs that could contribute including rookie Bishop Sankey. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: Big 12 Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/8/2014 9:37:49 PM
    They would never admit it but the Big 12 might be the weakest of the power conferences this season. Sure many think Oklahoma might have an undefeated season that would land them in the playoffs but that is in part because the league is so weak. Other than Baylor no other program seems to be peaking or close to it this season. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Jack Milton in Fourstardave Handicap

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/8/2014 9:18:50 PM
    A compact field of six turfers will line up in Saturday’s Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga, with the speedy Silver Max likely to be favored. He won’t have it easy on the lead, however, with front-running Sayaad to his outside. If a speed duel develops, the beneficiaries will be Seek Again, Jack Milton and Grand Arch. Let’s take a closer look at the Fourstardave lineup below. +…
  • NCAA Football Betting: Mountain West Conference Preview

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/7/2014 7:32:38 PM
    This is not your Dad’s Mountain West Conference anymore. There is no more TCU and Boise State might be in a down cycle leaving the league to the likes of Fresno State and Utah State, two honourable programs for sure but not exactly the type that are going to bust their way into whatever they are calling this new playoff system. Still I like this league for its variety and the fact that its tiers are kind of tight. +…
  • Johnny Manziel will be taking the gridiron in an NFL game that matters for the first time in his career this coming Saturday. He'll be taking the second-team reps most of the game, but fans and experts alike will be scrutinizing his game to see if he really is the savior for the Cleveland Browns. His opponent, the Detroit Lions, have a solid offense and improving defense, making it likely this is a high-scoring affair decided late. +…
  • NFL Football Betting: Bills vs. Panthers - Thursday August 7

    Posted by The Wiesguy on 8/6/2014 9:45:11 PM
    The Bills were far from impressive in losing the Hall of Fame game against the Giants last Sunday. The only good thing was maybe they are getting closer to credible ownership for the franchise with several suitors in place. Even though it was a poor showing you have to think it will have been advantageous to have some degree of live game action over their opponents in Carolina. +…
  • Grass Is Never Greener

    Posted by on 8/6/2014 9:43:43 PM
    They say the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence but that is just not true when talking about the 2 different turf courses at Saratoga. One turf course at Saratoga is named for Paul Mellon of Rokeby Stable fame and the other course is just referred to as the inner course. +…
  • Preseason records carry no weight when it's playoff time, and they also have no bearing on whether or not a coach will be fired, yet there seem to be certain head coaches that try harder than others in the practice games that take place in August. The majority of the games are played by second-, third-, and fourth-string players, but the coaches below seem to have a specific agenda in the preseason that sports bettors ought to know about. +…
  • Pete’s Picks: Will Take Charge in Whitney Handicap

    Posted by Pete Mitchell on 8/1/2014 10:15:23 PM
    The 87th Running of The Whitney Handicap at Saratoga this Saturday is loaded with quality…7-of-9 starters have earned in excess of $1,000,000! The race features Palace Malice, currently regarded as the top Thoroughbred in North America. However, he’d better have his running shoes on, as rival Will Take Charge and several others figure to provide a stern test. Let’s take a closer look at this stellar Whitney Handicap cast below. +…
 
 

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