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Nov
20
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 20-11-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Its already week 12 of the NFL season and once again the weekend starts with a divisional matchup as Kansas City visits their long time rival the Oakland Raiders. Let’s get to the trends for this game as well as the rest of the NFL weekend.
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By Razor Sharp Sports

After suffering thru years and years of the BCS BS we finally got our College Football playoff and it looks like it is going to work out just fine. Now it is time to make it even better. They had given us so many different excuses why we needed the BCS and why we couldnt have a playoff. Now that we have the playoff lets look at how those excuses weren’t real and how we could take things even farther to make a good thing better.

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Nov
17
Filed Under (Jim Feist) on 17-11-2014

Poker Face Feist LEFT  by Jim Feist

For years, pro football has been the sports leader when it comes to parity. Pete Rozelle was credited with, “On any given Sunday any team can beat another.” The last few years it seems as though parity has disappeared from the NFL. The Broncos this season and last are dominating, the 2008 Saints and Colts started a combined 16-0 SU/11-5 ATS and the 2007 Patriots had a remarkable 16-0 regular season.  Read the rest of this entry »

Nov
13
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 13-11-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Week 11 gets underway with another divisional rivalry and this time its in the AFC East. The Buffalo Bills travel to Miami and then the weekend wraps up Monday night with Pittsburgh at Tennessee. Let’s get to the trends for these two game and everything in between this weekend.
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Nov
12

Poker Face Feist LEFT  by Jim Feist

Years ago former NFL head coach John Madden was asked if he had one player to draft to build his team around, who would it be?  Everyone expected him to take the top quarterback of the day, such as Terry Bradshaw or Roger Staubach. Instead he replied, “John Hannah,” the Patriots Hall of Fame offensive guard.  Read the rest of this entry »

By Razor Sharp Sports

With the College Basketball season about to get underway this Friday night the discussion of a Perfect Season comes into play. After a couple of exhibition games there is talk the the new stable of thoroughbreds that John Calapari has in Kentucky could make a run at perfection. Each year it seems like this conversation comes up about a team or two but it hasn’t happened since Bobby Knight and his Indiana Hoosiers did it back in the 1975-76 season. As a matter of fact, there has only been 8 teams all-time that have gone undefeated and won the NCAA tournament or NIT tournament. In 1939 Long Island University won the NIT Tournament as the National Champion. At the time it was more prestigious than the NCAA. Since the Associated Press first released their Pre-Season Top-20 in 1961, five teams have had perfect seasons (UCLA in 1964, 1967, 1972, 1973 and Indiana in 1976). Of the five, the 1964 UCLA Bruins were the only team not to be ranked #1 in the AP Pre-Season Poll. So can this year’s #1 do it? Well lets take a look at Kentucky and others that stand in there way.

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Nov
12
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 12-11-2014

By Totals 4 U

Hey, Sports Fans!

It sneaks up on many so we’re raising the call…your 2014-2015 College Basketball Season tips off this Friday night!

That’s right! Some 351 campus crews are about to embark on their pursuit of 68 Big Dance tickets culminating in Indianapolis on April 6th and it all begins Friday with 76 opening night contests and there are some pretty good match ups…

The highest profile match up is probably Minnesota vs #8 Louisville, hosted by ESPN from Puerto Rico at 7:00 EST while Georgia @ Georgia Tech and #15 Virginia Commonwealth vs Tennessee from Annapolis should be damn fine starters!

Plenty of opportunities to get your first look at other contenders as the AP’s entire Top-10 get in their first licks Friday including the preseason’s #1 Kentucky Wildcats bravely taking on the mighty Antelopes of Grand Canyon University from Rupp Arena!

Until then check out Tonight’s Free Pick!

- TD at Totals 4 You

Nov
10
Filed Under (Totals 4U) on 10-11-2014 and tagged

By Totals 4 U

Hello, Sports Fans!

Well into the swing of the National Basketball Association season and, although our professional bag is the Over/Unders, tonight we’ll take out first shot at a side as we take a look at tonight’s Jazz @ Pacers game, tip off 7:05 EST from Conseco…

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Nov
06
Filed Under (Mike Wynn) on 06-11-2014

By Mike Wynn Sports


Here we go with week 10 of the NFL season and who would have thunk that all teams in the AFC North would better than 500 while all teams in the NFC South is 500 or worse. The week gets underway with a big AFC North battle between Cleveland and Cincinnati and wraps up Monday with Carolina at Philadelphia and we’ve trends for these matchups and all games in between.
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Nov
05
Filed Under (Razor Sharp Sports) on 05-11-2014

By Razor Sharp Sports

When you have been in the sports business for more than 2 decades you get to see some incredible streaks both good and bad. It has happened to me and I have watched others experience them. A couple that come to mind would be the “Perfect NFL Playoffs” by Platinum Plays where they won every NFL Side during the playoffs (a perfect 11-0 ATS)! Then there was what we had to start this football season at Razor Sharp Sports (7 straight Guaranteed CFB Sat. Locks & 6 straight Guaranteed NFL Sun. Locks). We have also gone cold. As a matter of fact the last couple weekends we haven’t had things go are way at all. Hopefully we have turned things around after winning Guaranteed Winners on Indy Monday and Bowling Green on Tuesday. Though you may here some handicappers say that they always win and you hear incredible, imbellished records you can not believe it. It doesnt happen. The idea of this business is to win in the long run. So how can you do that? Play the streaks! So how exactly do you do that? Lets take a look.

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