Following today's UEFA Champions League group stage draw, the most prominent European football/soccer competition is ready to kick off. And so is betting on the same. In this article, we will review all the groups and present them to you. Manchester City is the top contender for winning the trophy, and … Read More... about UEFA Champions League Group Stage Draw Completed
Let's get something straight. There will be FBS football, NFL football, Canadian football, and probably High School football played in 2020-21. Nobody needs to worry about that. The NFL Draft is going-ahead right on time for a reason. The only question is how many people will see the games happen live. Those who think pigskin should simply "postpone for 18 months" don't … [Read more...] about COVID-19 Makes Clemson’s National Title Line Into Best FBS Gamble in Years
The inimitable Kreighton Rahn has agreed to take over WagerBop’s NFL-prediction duties for 2 weeks so that yours-truly can focus on climactic college games like Power-5 and Group-of-5 conference championships, and of course Army vs Navy on December 14th. But as streamlined as my efforts may be, somehow I can’t look at the FBS betting board for this weekend and make perfect … [Read more...] about FBS Championship Weekend: Odds and Best Betting Lines on 10 Conference Title Games
Sports gambling can be called many things – exciting, risky, foolish, even an unhealthy obsession. I prefer to think of it as a sport all its own. You might play a solitary, recreational round of golf on a prairie-land course, where it’s rare to lose a lot of balls. The score you record during the round – good or bad – has absolutely 0% to do with your financial destiny, and … [Read more...] about FBS Week 11 Betting Lines: Generic Georgia Tech Gets Love From Las Vegas
I’ve always been partial to handicapping wide point spreads, which are more likely to arise in college football than for the NFL...assuming the Miami Dolphins aren’t involved. The reason is simple – a big spread simplifies the handicapping. Picking a (-4) line ATS involves an awful lot of potential scenarios that could take place in the 4th quarter. Is the underdog coach … [Read more...] about Week 5 College Football Odds and Predictions: Gamblers Foresee Red Raiders’ Doom vs Oklahoma
Tony Bennett reached his dream. The NCAA championship title. But not only that, he removed the label of a loser from himself earned during the previous NCAA tournament. One of the best coaches in college basketball at the moment, crowned his career with a trophy he fully deserved. After almost a decade on the bench of the Cavaliers, he brought them the first national … [Read more...] about Tony Bennett: “Defeat Against UMBC Bought Us a Ticket Here”
The Virginia Cavaliers showed what are they all about. After writing history last season, they wrote it again in this campaign. But there is a big difference. The Cavs are now the champs! They have defeated Texas Tech Red Raiders in the NCAA championship game after overtimes, 85-77, and clinched their first title. Last season they became the first No.1 in the history of … [Read more...] about Virginia Cavaliers Win the NCAA Title For the First Time !
While we write this article, some 11 hours are separating us until the climax of this NCAA season. The Virginia Cavaliers and the Texas Tech Red Raiders are meeting in one of the most unexpected finals in the history of college basketball. And there were a lot of surprises over the course of time. So who's it gonna be? Tony Bennett or Chris Beard? Kyle Guy or Jarrett … [Read more...] about Virginia or Texas Tech? Who Will Become Immortal?
Virginia Cavaliers reached the NCAA finals, after defeating Auburn Tigers last night in Minneapolis, 63-62. Tony Bennett will finally have the chance to prove his worth and win the national championship. But this game isn't going to be about their win, as much as about the controversy surrounding the foul called on Kyle Guy in the last moments of the contest. The referees … [Read more...] about Kyle Guy on Free Throws: “A Kids Dream Come True”