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NFL Betting: Former Quarterback Erik Kramer’s Tragic Suicide Attempt

Written by on August 24, 2015

 Last Tuesday, former NFL quarterback Erik Kramer shot himself in a suicide attempt. Fortunately, for the relief of NFL betting fans his shot was not true, and he just ended up in the hospital, rather than in the morgue, recovering from injuries that are not going to be life-threatening. His suicide attempt failed to move the needle in the sports Read More

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The Olympic Bid Online Betting Update: Los Angeles 2024

Written by on August 21, 2015

As the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) was preparing its bid for the 2024 Olympics, it looked like Boston was going to be the city under consideration. Civic leaders in the area were excited about the bid, but it turned out that the people living in Boston were not. A local effort to derail the bid was largely successful, and Read More

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Online Betting: Chris Froome: “I Can Win 5 More Tours”

Written by on August 20, 2015

This past July, cyclist Chris Froome of Great Britain brought home his second Tour de France title. Despite the fact that he had to face numerous doping allegations, as well as abuse from the crowd (including having urine thrown on him), he and online betting fans are confident that he could come back and win as many as five more Read More

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NCAAF Betting: More Violations Plague the UNC Athletic Program

Written by on August 20, 2015

The entire athletic program at the University of North Carolina has been the target of internal and NCAA investigations as an extension of the long-running scrutiny into the school’s academic scandal. On Friday, the school announced that there are even more violations in the athletic program, this time in women’s basketball and men’s soccer, adding to the list that began Read More


MMA Betting Analysis – Could Ronda Rousey Really Beat Floyd Mayweather?

Written by on August 19, 2015

The bitter feud between Ronda Rousey and Floyd Mayweather has just refused to stay in the past, despite the fact that professional boxing doesn’t allow for men vs. women fights. Rousey recently claimed that she would beat Mayweather in a no-rules fight. Despite acknowledging that Mayweather is the best boxer in the world and admitting he would beat her in Read More


Online Betting Bad Choices Soon To Be Out: Tiger Woods and A-Rod

Written by on August 18, 2015

Online betting fans remember watching Tiger Woods giving crowds a fresh-faced grin when he was a tremendous player at Stanford who happened to be contending at – and winning – majors? He’s about to be 40 years old. Remember when Alex Rodriguez was raking for the Seattle Mariners – and the year they went to the ALCS? A-Rod just turned Read More


10 Biggest Punishments in Sports Betting History

Written by on August 11, 2015

Every sport has its own unique rules and regulations that apply to the stakeholders involved in it. However, coaches, athletes and even team occasionally find themselves on the wrong side of law and commit unforgivable acts that lead to suspensions, monetary fines or life time bans, at worse. Even so, in some instances, the punishments are accompanied by fines, a Read More


Top 7 Most Awkward Interviews in Sportsbetting History

Written by on August 3, 2015

The media and sports drama go together like two Siamese twins, with both elements not being able to function exclusively without each other in the world of sportsbetting.  And with reporters, on one hand, always seeking to find headlines and juicy stories at all costs, and the sports personalities, on the other hand, either looking to take advantage of the Read More


Sports Editorial: Bizarre Off-the-field Injuries

Written by on July 18, 2015

If you have ever watched a pitcher get hit with a batted ball or seen a football player’s knee crumble the wrong way on a brutal tackle or block, then you know that some of the most frightening injuries in sports can take place on the field, rink or court. Did you know, for example, that blood bounces on ice? Read More


Hall of Shame: Dumbest Injuries NFL Betting Fans Have Ever Seen

Written by on July 14, 2015

Hey NFL betting fans, do you remember that famous celebration from September 2014 game between the Lions and Packers? No, I am not referring to Andrew Quarless’ celebration from scoring a TD on an Aaron Rodgers pass, the one I am talking about is the mocking celebration by Detroit linebacker Stephen Tulloch against Green Bay in that same game. You Read More

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Strangest Sports Rituals and Superstitions

Written by on July 3, 2015

Superstitions and weird good-luck rituals go hand in hand with sports. I mean, who doesn’t have a lucky shirt or hasn’t rubbed on a especial token to give your team good luck on a big game? Professional sports players are no strangers to these things and usually take them to the next level, going from innocuous to the incredibly bizarre Read More


2015 Mybookie MLB Beard Watch

Written by on June 30, 2015

From Rollie Fingers’ legendary curly mustache to Joe Mauer’s “beastly sideburns”, beards and mustaches have become a synonym of MLB. Many things have changed since the days when facial hair was consider an ungentlemanly practice in baseball. With only one exception to the rule (Yes Yankees, I’m referring to you!!), most teams have got on board with the beards. Some Read More

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Athletes & Sports Heroes Who Would Make Great Pro Wrestlers

Written by on June 28, 2015

Athletes from other sports have dabbled in wrestling for years now – and vice versa. However, it’s only been recently that the sports media has realized that this overlapping has taken place. This is why WWE matches and other news are often frequently covered on such sports programs as SportsCenter. It’s true that a lot of sportsbetting and other sports Read More