Tony Mejia

Gaming Today Tony Mejia

GT’s NBA handicapper and columnist, Tony Mejia is a national sports writer and senior contributor at VegasInsider.com. He's also the owner and operator of Antony Dinero,

Twitter: @TonyMejiaNBA

Email: TonyMejia@gamingtoday.com

Bama can't be conservative against Seminoles

Bama can't be conservative against Seminoles

posted on August 29, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The first full week of the college football season is upon us, but we already got a preview of what’s in store for us in Week 0. That’s what some referred to the first five games involving FBS schools, which included a no-show from BYU against FCS member Portland State and Stanford destroying Rice.

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Although Alabama's favored, if ACC isn’t top conference, they’re close

Although Alabama's favored, if ACC isn’t top conference, they’re close

posted on August 22, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | According to AP's Top 25, Alabama got the nod over Ohio State and Florida State, while USC and defending champion Clemson rounded out the top five. That pecking order will change immediately since the Crimson Tide and Seminoles square off on Sept. 2.

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Heisman early line all about quarterbacks

Heisman early line all about quarterbacks

posted on August 15, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | The college football season has always felt more like a sprint than a marathon, but that seems even more pronounced in 2017 since we get Florida State-Alabama, Florida-Michigan and Texas A&M-UCLA on the opening weekend. 

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One last look at NBA before I dive into college football

One last look at NBA before I dive into college football

posted on August 08, 2017 by

Diner Talks | We’re greeting August with an audible. Instead of diving into college football this week, the NBA will command our attention one last time before its regular season approaches.

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After Warriors, Cavs dominated, which teams are on the way up and down

After Warriors, Cavs dominated, which teams are on the way up and down

posted on August 01, 2017 by

Dinero Talks | Football is still king, but pro basketball has steadily closed the gap and had itself a great month given all the drama that materialized. 

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