College Shocker of the Month Plus Bonus GameTHE JIM HURLEY COLLEGE SHOCKER OF THE MONTH! AN OUTRIGHT WIN!
Won Sept. Shocker with Missouri (+6) over South Carolina
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College Triple Crown of the MonthMIDSEASON MADNESS BEGINS!
College Triple Crown of the Month
Cash 3 straight bets, 3 two-teamers, and a three teamer
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Network Blue Ribbon Baseball World SeriesThe long regular season is over, and now it’s time for the most exciting time of the baseball season, the World Series.
Expert Picks From The First and Only Network in the Sports Handicapping Industry
Looking for expert picks or help handicapping? Jim Hurley has been a sports handicapper for 26 years and in that time has built a huge network of insiders. Jim uses a team-approach to picking winners. First, there’s his number-crunchers in his home office who work in tandem with computer programmers to create the sharpest simulations in the industry. Add to this his huge network of on-the-scene insider sources around the country, providing him with vital intangible information that may not be reflected in the statistical probabilities, things like who’s got a nagging injury, what teams have chemistry problems, what horses are set to be turned loose. Jim’s got access to the sharpest minds in the Strip. It’s the kind of comprehensive approach any sports handicapper would dream of, and Jim Hurley has been doing it since 1985.
The NFL Weekend Report
WE GET YOU A WORD (OR TWO) ON THREE MORE WEEK 8 GAMES PLUS AN IN-DEPTH PREVIEW OF PACKERS-SAINTS ON SUNDAY NIGHT
There’s no time to waste as we head into Sunday’s NFL Week 8 games and so let’s get you some pertinent comments on a batch of tilts and we’ll round up things with a look at Sunday Night’s Green Bay Packers at New Orleans Saints bash: Here goes ...
BUFFALO (4-3) at NEW YORK JETS (1-6) -- 1 p.m. ET, CBS
The Bills have not finished a season with a winning record in 10 years - see 9-7 SU (straight-up)…
Ole Miss at LSU Saturday Night Preview
HUNTER BECOMES THE HUNTED WHEN OLE MISS VISTS LSU SATURDAY NIGHT
Not long ago, the #3 Mississippi Rebels relished their role as giant-killers when scoring an upset over SEC powerhouse Alabama. It was a statement victory, and launched Ole Miss very seriously into the national championship discussion. Head Coach Hugh Freeze had made it clear he was intent on building a serious title contender. That moment has arrived.
But the pressures that come with being at the top have also arrived. For the first time in this new regime, the Rebels have a target painted squarely on their backs when they visit…
Horses To Watch
Week Ending Sunday, September 14 at Belmont-Churchill
The horses listed below ran well enough in their most recent races to indicate that they are sitting on solid future performances. Bet them under the terms listed at least twice or until they win and then drop.
Note: Now that the Saratoga meet and the Del Mar meet are finished and Fall racing settles back into regular rotation on the New York and Kentucky circuits, to be followed in Southern California beginning the last week of the month we are back with the weekly Horses To Watch segment.
ALDRIN - For the second time…
Texans' Clowney questionable vs. Tennessee
Houston, TX (SportsNetwork.com) - Houston Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney is questionable for Sunday's game at Tennessee.
Top-25 College Football Game Capsules
Santa Clara, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Defense took a back seat as the Pac-12's top two offenses clashed in the first-ever college football game at Levi's Stadium on Friday night. Marcus Mariota threw for 326 yards and five touchdowns to lead No. 6 Oregon to a 59-41 victory over California. Mariota completed 18 of his 30 passes and threw his first interception of the season. Royce Freeman rushed for 112 yards and two scores on 22 carries for the Ducks (7-1, 4-1 Pac-12), who have won three straight games after a 31-24 setback to Arizona.Byron Marshall had a game-high 133 receiving yards and a touchdown, while Dwayne Stanford and Pharaoh Brown each caught two scores in the win. Jared Goff compiled 360 yards and two touchdowns on 32-of-52 efficiency, Daniel Lesco had 186 total yards with a score and Luke Rubenzer had two rushing touchdowns for the Golden Bears (4-4, 2-4), who have lost their last six games against Oregon. Maurice Harris caught nine passes for 79 yards and a score, Stephen Anderson hauled in a TD pass and Vic Enwere ran in a score in defeat.