Inside the Lines | The Saskatchewan Roughriders were the unfortunate group that allowed themselves to be victimized in Week 3 by the Montreal Alouettes, a team that had lost 13 straight football games both SU and ATS dating back to last season.view
Cash Considerations Podcast | AB, Mo and special guest Kyle Wilson returns to the show to talk some NFL and Alan is psyched.view
Feist Facts | The NFC South is a power packed division and I would not be shocked if one of these teams ends up in the Super Bowl and maybe wins it. For me, the best of the lot are the Saints and Falcons, followed not too closely by the Panthers and the Bucs.view
Around Town | The Belmont Stakes is this Saturday and the possibility of a Triple Crown for Justify looms large.view
Vegas Sports Books | The dream of legally betting sports outside of Nevada finally becomes a reality Tuesday morning in Delaware as they’ll accept their first wager just weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court repealed the Professional Sports Protection Act now allowing all states the opportunity to get the betting ball rolling.view
Tiger Woods delivered the perfect ending to his amazing return from four back surgeries on Sunday with a performance that felt like the old days. He left the competition feeling hopeless as he built a five-shot lead early and hung on to win the Tour Championship.
Overall casino revenue rose significantly in Mississippi in August and local bookmakers tell GamingToday that they believe it’s attributable to the roll out of sports betting in the state producing a large influx of gamblers from neighboring Louisiana.
Sara Slane, American Gaming Association Senior Vice President of Public Affairs, has been invited to testify at the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, Homeland Security, and Investigations’ hearing on sports betting Thursday.
Jack Evans, a District of Columbia city council member, has introduced a bill that would allow sports betting in the nation’s capitol. Washington, D.C. currently has no casinos but operates its own lottery.
Upon further review, a New Jersey man will get his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 sports bet.