Last week was interesting, depending on the lines you got I went anywhere from 10-6-1 or 9-8, but I’ll call it 10-7 based on updated lines when the article was posted. Based on that, I’m now 40-27 ATS on the season, which is just a shade under 60%, but with a good week I can go back above that magic number. Read Full Article Here!
The College Football Season is over a third of the way done, with five weeks having been played. There have been some teams that have exceeded expectations, some that have disappointed, and others that have just simply met expectations. At this point in the season we think we know a lot about all of these teams, but there are specific teams that I will be monitoring the most the rest of the season. See all 10 Here!
By Griffin Hill
Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox have the offensive power to go the distance this year; no question about it. Sadly for the loyal fans in Boston, the consistent problems in the bullpen may prevent them from any post season accomplishments. While the Sox have over 100 wins on the season with 5 games to play, the only team this season to reach that mark thus far, the bullpen struggles have become even more severe in the 2nd half of the season. The Sox own an MLB worst 12 bullpen blown saves since the All Star break. Time is running out in Boston to fix this issue; the Yankees, Astros, and Indians will surely capitalize on this weakness if it isn’t turned around. See All Teams Here!
By Griffin Hill
The Ohio State wide receivers have so many similarities to the 2015 national championship group of receivers; it is actually quite scary. The 2014-15 squad, including Devin Smith and Michael Thomas, weren’t immediate stars; but with hard work became the group of players that crushed the Michigan, Wisconsin, Alabama and Oregon defensive backs to finish their historic season. My point in saying this is that in due time this year’s group will be even better. Read Full Article Here!
By Zach Hampu
As evidenced by decades of college basketball, there are many ways to build a contender. You can look across college basketball and see Kentucky and Duke going after “one-and-done” recruits and reloading every year. You’ll also see teams like Michigan State, who focus on developing players over a longer college career. You’ll see Gonzaga, who built a successful program by going after international recruits. You’ll see many teams that take a little from several different philosophies without one recognizable identity. But now, Eric Musselman has found a new way to build a winner. Read Full Article Here!