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The 2020 Goodwood Festival: Dates, How to Watch & Best Odds

One of the UK’s biggest summer horse racing spectacles, the Qatar Goodwood Festival, will be held behind closed doors this year from July 28-August 1 due to sanctions prompted by the current pandemic. Famous for its scenic surroundings, the festival […]

The 2020 Goodwood Festival: Dates, How to Watch & Best Odds

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One of the UK’s biggest summer horse racing spectacles, the Qatar Goodwood Festival, will be held behind closed doors this year from July 28-August 1 due to sanctions prompted by the current pandemic. Famous for its scenic surroundings, the festival […]

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Why Lamar Jackson is the Man to Watch in the NFL

The NFL is coming back in September, and it might be business unusual this time amidst coronavirus fears. The NFL is known for thousands of fans who flock to

Who do the Baltimore Ravens scare the most?

Here’s a money question for you: Who fears the Baltimore Ravens the most right now? It is defensive coordinators who have to scheme to stop Lamar Jackson, who is turning

Super Bowl LIV Updated Odds – Ravens at +550

NFL betting sites are going gaga over the Baltimore Ravens. Before the season began you may have thought betting the Super Bowl was going to come down to the

Plan Your Sports Watching Schedule the Easy Way

When you love to watch sports on TV, you have a lot of options. While having a large number of options may have been a great thing in the

Nationals fans will see their team in its first World Series home game

UPDATE: The Nats lost 4 to 1 Friday in the first post-season game in Washington D.C. in 86 years. The Nats lead the series over Houston Astros 2 to

Super Bowl LIII: Defense was the name of the game

I will skip my usual format and get right to it. Going into this Super Bowl, it was easy to see two teams with enough offensive fireworks to break

Super Bowl Week Part 1: The ‘why’ of it

It’s Super Bowl week and I figure what the heck, why not break up my Super Bowl week coverage of the NFL into two parts? After all, the game

Super Bowl Prequel: The controversy is over, it’s time to move on

With this being the off week between the conference championships and the Super Bowl, I thought I would use it to comment on a few things circulating the news

Super Bowl LIII is set and controversy leads the way

First Down: The NFC and AFC titles and a trip to the Super Bowl were on the line this past weekend. Unless you are the New England Patriots, this

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