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AFC Championship Game Showdown
OUR AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME PREVIEW:
STEELERS-PATRIOTS SQUARE OFF SUNDAY WITH SUPER BOWL LI BERTH ON THE LINE
Geez, enough of this social media nonsense that’s dominated the week-long headlines leading into this otherwise fascinating AFC Championship Game matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots – time for everyone to put their phones down and get to work!
Meanwhile, it’s been a while since these two AFC powers clashed at playoff time as you have to go all the back to the 2004 season when a very young QB Tom Brady and Company went into the Steel City and bashed Pittsburgh…
The Keys To Betting Notre Dame Basketball Games
Notre Dame basketball has made the Elite Eight two years running and in both years lost to a team widely believed to be the best in the country at the time (undefeated Kentucky in 2015, North Carolina in 2016). The Fighting Irish are at it again this season, with a 16-3 record and emerging as a key contender in the ACC.
More important for college basketball bettors, Notre Dame is cashing tickets. Even though the Irish dropped a tough 83-80 decision at 10th-ranked Florida State last night, it was still an ATS cover as a (+5.5) dog. It marked…
All Eyes on Six Tracks During the Winter Season
ALL EYES ON SIX TRACKS DURING THE WINTER SEASON
With so much good racing taking place in January and February at so few tracks, it becomes relatively easy during the winter months to keep close tabs on the races and results from just about every major track racing at this time of year. This is an advantage for horseplayers and handicappers, who get a better chance to keep their fingers on the pulse of everything that's important in the sport of racing all at once.
Although it is not often regarded as such, the winter is perhaps the best time of the…
Ravens LB Orr to retire at 24
Ravens linebacker Zach Orr is retiring from the NFL at age 24 because of a serious injury.
Florida QB Del Rio undergoes shoulder surgery
Florida quarterback Luke Del Rio underwent surgery on his non-throwing shoulder, coach Jim McElwain announced on Thursday.