Using a baseball movie as an analogy for betting on college football is risky…but so is gambling.
A good drill instructor and a good football coach need to have one thing in common.
The newest version of “The Sound of Music” and gambling share a common theme…stupidity.
ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt talks about “bad beats;” I’m here to talk about “bat beatings.”
This week’s installment is all about the magic number “90.”
It’s all about insurance…
Robert Mitchum’s “Jerry Paul” knew a lot more about gambling than he let on.
If stupidity were a crime, the NCAA should be doing some heavy-duty time.