Archive for: August, 2006

NFL Browns & Bengals Woes; T.O. Update

Both the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals have had their share of pre-season problems. The Bengals may have put an end to one problem, while the Browns have seen a new one surface.

WR Koren Robinson Arrested

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Koren Robinson was arrested late Tuesday night on suspicion of drunken driving and fleeing from police. Not only is Mr Robinson in trouble with the law, but his playing career may be over. He was arrested last night on a felony charge for trying to flee police after going over 100 […]

Tiger Woods Installed As the Favorite to Win his 3rd PGA Championship

After winning his 11th major championship at the British Open and 50th career title at the Buick Open, Tiger Woods is back on top of his game. This arrives just two months after missing the cut at a major for the first time in his thriving golf career at the U.S. Open Championship. With Tiger […]

NFL Notes for Tuesday

With a couple days off and no premium football picks on taps for members here is some NFL news for today. After a 2 week holdout the 2004 Heisman Trophy winner inked a six-year contract that guarantees him $14 million late Monday night. the contact could also bring the rookie quarterback up to $51 million […]

Florida Gators Lose Big

The Gators had high hopes for this season and also big concerns regarding their offensive line. Monday red shirted freshman Ronnie Wilson, who was supposed to start at right guard, fractured his left ankle.

A.L.– Movement in Each Division

The American League has seen the Red Sox go through a tough 4-6 stretch, while the Yanks have earned a 5-5 mark, giving them a 1 game lead in the East. Both have solid chances to win their divisions. This week saw the Yanks gain ground at the start of the week and then lose […]

N.L. Races Tighten

The L.A. Dodgers are on fire and that combustion has propelled them into first place in the NL West. The NL West and Central are both in flux, as is the Wild Card. The Mets are in charge of the league’s East Division, and that’s all about which someone can be certain.

Jamie Gold Wins 2006 World Series of Poker

Last night the World Series of Poker crowned its champion. After nearly 14 hours of play Jamie Gold’s off-suit Q9 held up against Paul Wasicka’s pocket 10’s in the final hand of the 2006’s championship of poker. Here is how the final hand broke down.

Bet on Sports Closed for Business

After a disappointing press release this morning preceded by mass emails to its clients, Bet on Sports has announced that it will be closing their doors. Recent news reports suggested that BOS was not capable of paying players because funds were unreachable.

NCAA Football Rule Changes Miff Coaches

New rule changes in clock management intended to shorten games have angered many college coaches and will definitely affect point totals, spreads and game outcomes. ESPN and USA Today report that numerous coaches have expressed outrage over the alterations that now start the clock sooner.

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