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Big Ten Football Preview: Season Win Total Lines, Odds and Predictions

It was 2010 when Ohio State president E. Gordon Gee’s blue blood boiled over and spilled onto the sports pages. Mid-majors and even some Power-5 programs were playing soft schedules against “Little Sisters of the Poor,” complained Gee, while the Buckeyes and other Big Ten institutions had to play “very fine schools” on a weekly […]

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International Champions Cup: Manchester City vs Borussia Dortmund Betting Odds and Preview

Most major sports go through hemisphere-wide dry seasons, especially when it comes to betting action. The NBA is currently off duty, and the next FIBA tournament is a year away. Ice hockey is dormant. Canadian football is not to everyone’s taste, so we can safely say a lot of gridiron junkies are just biding their […]

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Betting on the 2018 British Open – Preview and Free Picks

You can always tell when golfers and golf fans are complaining about major-championship courses and setups. How can you tell? Because it’s summer, their mouths (and thumbs) are moving, and major championships are being held on courses. Hardy-har. Yes, I’m firmly on the side of those who think golfers complain too much. They all have […]

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Big 12 Betting Preview: Season Win-Total Props and Predictions

2 things happened circa 2017 to help the Big 12 return to prominence in the college football landscape. The first was the reestablishment of a Big 12 Championship Game, giving the league a true champion on par with title-holders from other FBS conferences. While it may seem like an easy enough step to take, the […]

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England vs Belgium Redux: World Cup Rematch Odds and Third-Place Prediction

My readers know that I’m not too keen on pre-match hype, especially quotes from players and managers. In fact, most remarks from athletes are so trite and cliché that you could write them yourself and nobody would know the difference. “We’ve just got to keep pushing,” says England striker Harry Kane. “The semifinal broke our […]

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