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We’re off to a 8-4 start to Pre-Season, and if our success holds up you can count on our Pre-Season bankrolling not just the month of September (where we went 22-10-1 last season for 68.8%), but for the rest of the season as well. You’ll get our top 2-3 plays each Saturday and Sunday, as well as Monday and Thursday night games if they measure up to our lofty expectations!
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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.
College Previews for Friday and Saturday
THE 2014 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SEASON KICKS OFF FOR REAL WITH #21 TEXAS A&M SLUGGING #9 SOUTH CAROLINA 52-28…
WE TAKE A LOOK AT KEY GAMES FRIDAY, INCLUDING BYU/UCONN AND UNLV/ARIZONA
PLUS SATURDAY’S KEY GAME PREVIEWS INCLUDING #1 FLORIDA STATE IN ACTION ALONG WITH TOP 25 SHOWDOWNS BETWEEN #13 LSU VS. #14 WISCONSIN AND #16 CLEMSON AT #12 GEORGIA
We’re sure after watching all the late-night highlight sports last evening you didn’t need us—or anyone else for that matter—to spring a “Johnny Who?” on you right after the 21st-ranked Texas A&M Aggies battered the ninth-ranked (and 10-point favorite) South Carolina Gamecocks 52-28.
BRIGHAM YOUNG VISITS CONNECTICUT IN NATIONAL TV SHOWDOWN ON ESPN
Friday Night is kind of a lull between storms in terms of marquee matchups in college football. Some blockbusters Thursday…and then more blockbusters Saturday But, that doesn’t mean you should take the night off! ESPN has a doubleheader that will be kicked off by a potentially intriguing BYU/Connecticut showdown at 7 p.m. ET.
Why is this one potentially intriguing? Didn’t Connecticut start the season 0-9 last year before getting a few wins when it was too late to matter? Yes, if this game was played last October, nobody in the world would…
Travers Report Part III
V. E. DAY CONQUERS TRAVERS
JERKENS LONGSHOT BEATS JERKENS GRADED STAKES WINNER IN UPSIDE-DWON MIDSUMMER DERBY
(Travers Report Wrap Up – Part III)
By Jim Hurley
There could be little doubt that trainer James Jerkens had to feel pretty good as he entered the paddock and walking ring about 30 minutes prior to Saturday’s Grade I Travers Stakes.
He had uncoupled stable mates Wicked Strong, a winner of the Grade I Wood Memorial and Grade II Jim Dandy Stakes (the local key prep for the Travers) as well as tough luck yet nonetheless solid effort performer in both the Kentucky Derby and…
Hoyer, Manziel lead Browns past Bears
Cleveland, OH (SportsNetwork.com) - Browns starting quarterback Brian Hoyer played just one series against the Chicago Bears on Thursday night and took Cleveland on a 13-play, 85-yard drive that ended with a Ben Tate touchdown run.
Kenny Football? Hill leads Aggies to rout of Gamecocks
Columbia, SC (SportsNetwork.com) - Sophomore quarterback Kenny Hill made Texas A&M fans forget all about former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel on Thursday night and introduced them to college football's newest star.