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College Basketball and Sports Betting: Maximize Your Winning Potential

Nothing beats college basketball. The sense of passion and excitement that it brings simply embodies the American spirit that is why it is religiously watched by sports fanatics across the country. College players do not play for big contracts or shoe deals; they play their hearts out for the fans and basically for the love […]

Last-Minute Fantasy Football Draft First Pick Strategy in 2-QB Leagues

Here’s some last-minute fantasy football draft advice for those in a two-quarterback league. Who should you draft: Adrian Peterson or one of the top quarterbacks? Generally, the top performers at each position last year finished at similar levels. That changes a little from year to year, too, but generally the league rules are the biggest […]

2013 NFL Preseason: Ready for Some Action?

Now that summer is coming to an end, it’s time to get ready for some NFL betting action. The NFL preseason kicks off this Sunday, August 4th when the Miami Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys meet in the annual Hall of Fame Game, which is set to follow the induction ceremonies held on the previous […]

Alomar and Blyleven Enshrined – Palmeiro, Bagwell, and Smith Snubbed

The Baseball Hall of Fame announced Monday that Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven both receive the number of votes necessary for enshrinement. Alomar recived 90 percent of the vote while Blyleven received 79.7 percent. 75 percent of the vote is required for a player to become a member of the Hall of Fame. The next […]

New Titan Randy Moss – The Littlest Hobo.

By Damon Durante Hello again people of the Internet. I am Damon. I am back. I am still the host of BetCenter at BetUS.com. Check me out here: Damon D’s BetCenter I’m hanging out this week to give my 2.5 cents about the awesomeness that is the Randy Moss situation. When we last spoke, I was […]

Randy Moss. I Miss Your Face.

By Damon D. Howdy Sports of Boston-ites, Damon here from the BetUS.com’s BetCenter What’s that you ask? Well, only the greatest online Sports betting show ever created by man. Or me. Go here, drink it in: Damon D’s BetCenter. I am Damon, and though I am considered by some to be a “sports analyst” I am […]

Terriers Take 6th in Puerto Rico Tip-Off

By Anthony Infante Boston University finished sixth out of the eight team field that participated in this past weekend’s Puerto Rico Tip-Off. This preseason tournament ran from November 19th through the 22nd and featured several of the nation’s top college basketball powerhouses, including three ranked teams, Villanova, Dayton, and Georgia Tech. All participants were scheduled to play a grueling three […]

Terriers Hurt by Poor Shooting, Fall to Colonials

Coach Patrick Chambers and the Boston University Terriers will have to wait at least until the Puerto Rico Tipoff to secure their first win of the season.  George Washington upended the Terriers 69–59 in a hard fought contest on Tuesday night, which opened the fifth basketball season for the Terriers at Agannis Arena. Teams Play […]

Rebutting “Conventional Wisdom”

By Charlie This is in response to John, who thinks that going for it on 4th and 2 is too risky, and in accordance with George, who praised Bill Belichick for the move. The math has been done on Belichick’s already-infamous decision to go for it on 4th down on Sunday night. But, there are […]

Iona Ruins Chambers’ Coaching Debut

By Anthony Infante For the second consecutive year, the Boston University Terrier basketball team has started the season off on the wrong foot. Last year, the Terriers were defeated at home by George Washington in an OT thriller by five points, and this year the Gaels of Iona ruined Coach Chambers’ debut, upending the Terriers […]

The View from the Meadowlands

By Mackenzie Kraemer, JetsDaily.com Let me get this out of the way. Everything Rex Ryan, Kerry Rhodes, and Kris Jenkins have said about this game is true. This is the biggest game of the season for the New York Jets. We hate the Patriots. We hate Bill Bellichick for slithering his way out of New […]

Pre-Camp Boston College Football Preview

The Eagles open up camp in less than a month. The team has been great since joining the ACC, winning the Atlantic division twice in four seasons in the league, but this year, they might have too many problems to overcome. They also play in a divisin where all six teams made a Bowl game in 2008. […]

David Ortiz and Steroids? A Firm No

Update (7/30/09): David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez tested positive for PEDs in 2003. Also, read perspective from Chris, who speculated about Papi’s possible use back in May. Ever since steroids first rose to the surface of Major League Baseball, everyone has found some way to use them as an excuse for some problem in baseball, […]

Do The Red Sox Need To Replace Mike Lowell?

Just like they had to do last season, the Red Sox must find a way to replace Mike Lowell. He was placed on the 15-day DL, but his stay should not be too long. After missing the entire 2008 postseason, Mike Lowell had off-season hip surgery, and it seemed like Lowell had recovered just fine. […]

Will This Be the Year for BU Basketball?

Since the 2002-2003 season, Boston University basketball has been shut out from the elusive automatic bid guaranteeing entry into the 65-team NCAA tournament, which is a single elimination tournament that takes place in the greatest month of the year, culminating the end of the college basketball season. There are several other tournaments that signify the […]