Danny Lawhon is Gaming Today’s Midwest correspondent. Based in West Des Moines, Iowa, Danny has been working in the Des Moines Register’s sports department since 2012 and earns his betting money as a professional musician.
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Surrounded by COVID-19’s unrelenting surge across America, college basketball’s rickety ship set sail over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Sportsbook operators in Michigan have to wonder which karmic power they upset to feel this sort of sports wagering retribution.
There’s reason for optimism, as Nebraska overwhelmingly approved a trio of initiatives in this month’s general election that open the door to greatly expanded gambling opportunities.
South Dakota voters last week in their 2020 election approved Amendment B, which would legalize sports wagering in addition to card games, roulette and slot machines at its casinos.
The stands were virtually empty, but otherwise, hints of normalcy at last returned this past October weekend, with the 14-team Big Ten league kicking off its season.
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