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Weird Super Bowl 2018 Vegas Prop Bets

When it comes to gambling on Super Bowl 2018, there are plenty of ways to bet on the big game between the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles. That includes wagers that have nothing to do with the final result or even the contest itself. Sportsbooks in Las Vegas and online give you countless prop […]

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18 simulations of Madden show Patriots rally in Super Bowl LII

EA Sports, using its Madden NFL 18 simulation, projects the New England Patriots will win their sixth Super Bowl title and Tom Brady will be named MVP for the fifth time. EA Sports predicts the Patriots will win another close game in the Super Bowl by forecasting a 24-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. Last […]

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Brett Favre to address Eagles prior to Super Bowl

Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson is turning to a familiar face to address his team ahead of Super Bowl LII. Pederson told reporters on Wednesday that former teammate and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre will talk to his players on Saturday morning, one day before the Eagles will face the New England […]

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Dolphins-Buccaneers Game at Risk as Hurricane Irma looms

The National Football League discussed a possible postponement of this weekend’s season-opening clash between the Miami Dolphins and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday as another major hurricane barreled towards the United States. The NFL held a conference call over the approaching Hurricane Irma, which is tracking to make landfall in Florida over the weekend. […]

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Steelers owner Rooney passes away at 84

Pittsburgh Steelers owner Dan Rooney died on Thursday, the team announced. He was 84. No cause of death was released. Rooney was admitted to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000. He served as general manager of the club from 1975-2003. Rooney’s father, Art, purchased the Steelers in 1933 and the family has run […]

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NCAA 2017 Title Game: Blue blood vs. New blood

North Carolina takes on Gonzaga GLENDALE, Ariz. — It’s the blue blood vs. the new blood. The contrast in the NCAA Tournament championship game is clear: North Carolina, winners of five titles and appearing in its record 20th Final Four, is in one corner. Gonzaga, in its first Final Four after spending almost two decades […]

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Calipari hopes Kentucky can rebound against UCLA

The Sweet 16 round of the 2017 NCAA Tournament resumes this week with only one battle between top 10 teams — No.5 Kentucky vs. No. 8 UCLA on Friday night in Memphis, Tenn. Kentucky (31-5) is the No. 2 seed in the South Region and UCLA (31-4) is the No. 3 seed. However, the Bruins […]

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Wichita State a Dark Horse in 2017 NCAA Tournament

For two months, Wichita State played like a team that could beat anybody — against a schedule loaded with nobodies. The NCAA Tournament selection committee sees it that way. It rewarded the Shockers for their 30 wins and their average margin of victory of 19.6 points with a No. 10 seed. It further spit on […]

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Raiders appear on track for Las Vegas vote in late March

The Raiders appear to be on track for a vote later this month on their proposed relocation to Las Vegas. Following a presentation by the club detailing the finances of a move, multiple outlets reported Tuesday the NFL’s joint stadium and finance committees were likely to recommend a vote on the move to the league’s […]

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2016 Final Four Selection

 Red hot Villanova is dynamite on both sides of the ball. North Carolina has not been battle tested in this tourney, facing some real cream puffs along the way.  Will that benefit them, or actually hurt them?  I am banking on the latter, as this isn’t Syracuse or Providence they are facing tonight.  In fact, […]

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