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Jim Sez 10/16/2017 by Jim Hurley

NFL Favorites Get Pounded Big-Time Plus Our MNF Preview

 

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Network Blue Ribbon 3-0 Sunday with Saints, Rams, and 49ers/Redkins OVER, after going 2-1 Saturday

Underdog Triple Play Cashes 3-0 with OUTRIGHT WINS by Vikings, Steelers and Rams!

THE NFL WEEK 6 UPDATE: SUNDAY WAS A REALLY BAD DAY TO BE A BETTING FAVORITE -- AND NOT SUCH A HOT DAY TO BE GB’S AARON RODGERS EITHER …

PLUS, THE KC CHIEFS FINALLY BITE THE DUST AS THE JIM HURLEY NETWORK SCORES BIG WITH THE STEELERS UPSET WIN AT ARROWHEAD

COLLEGE FOOTBALL’S BLOODBATH WEEKEND AND WHAT IT MEANS STRAIGHT AHEAD


As the song goes, “Mama said there’d be…

Sports Betting Notebook 10/16/2017 by Jim Hurley

Michigan State at Penn State Preview

 

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The Penn State Nittany Lions stormed to the #2 spot in the AP Poll this week by not playing a game! Great to have a bye week when so many other contenders are losing.

Clemson, supposedly a lock for the Final Four already, lost as 22-point favorites at Syracuse. Washington, whining about a lack of TV coverage, embarrassed themselves in a nationally televised loss at Arizona State. Washington State? Mike Leach always finds a way to shoot himself in the foot. Auburn is afraid of its own shadow in big games.

Is Penn State about to be the next highly ranked power…

Hurley on Horses 10/2/2017 by Jim Hurley

Keeneland Fall Preview

 

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WIN BIG WHEN RACING RETURNS TO KEENELAND IN OCTOBER

Top class racing returns to Kentucky this week as Keeneland's annual fall season gets ready to open for its three-week, 17-race day, boutique meet from Friday, Oct. 6 to Saturday, Oct. 28.  The meet will attract big fields, good horses, and a load of top jockeys and trainers befitting the world epicenter of Thoroughbred horseracing in Lexington, Kentucky.

Since Keeneland's fall meet is only three weeks long and the meet's stakes are front-loaded so they can be Breeders' Cup prep races, the time is now for handicappers to start brushing up on some…

Exclusive Coverage of all NFL 10/17/2017

Succop's streak makes NFL history

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- As Ryan Succop fielded a question about his new NFL record Monday night, Tennessee Titans teammate Taylor Lewan chimed in with his two cents.

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Exclusive Coverage of all College Football 10/17/2017

QB Huntley nearing return for Utah

Utah sophomore quarterback Tyler Huntley, out of action since hurting his shoulder at Arizona on Sept. 22, could be cleared to play this Saturday against visiting Arizona State.

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