101 Facts and Details about CFL Betting:

Huge football fans likely know a ton about the NFL and U.S. School Football, however, did you realize that north of the fringe there is an expert football group that has been in presence since the 1950s? The Canadian Football League has propelled the distance in 1958 and gives Canadians and watchers from different nations […]

MLB Hot Stove Rumors

Even though the Red Sox have been crowned as World Series champs, it doesn’t mean that the action has stopped in Major League Baseball.  MLB’s hot stove season is starting to sizzle a bit.  The off-season moves that each team makes are important for baseball bettors to stay on top of.  Knowing the landscape of […]

Craig Breslow #32 of the Boston Red Sox celebrates their victory with Christian Vazquez #55 during MLB game action against the Toronto Blue Jays on August 25, 2014 at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Ways to Score a Ticket to the Playoffs

Playoff tickets can be expensive. Most fans want to cheer and scream their team to victory but dont want to break the bank to do it. Here are some helpful tips to score some playoff tickets for face value and hopefully score some at a discounted price as well. Secondary Marketplace- There are several […]

A Look into Chris Sale’s Strikeouts

It’s pretty safe to assume the Boston Red Sox are happy they did what was necessary to acquire left-handed pitcher Chris Sale prior to 2017. All the dude does is strike people out. After posting career highs in strikeout rate (36.2%), strikeouts per nine innings (12.93), and overall strikeouts in a year (308) last season, […]

The Sox Need to Look Out for Gleyber Torres

At 48-22 heading into Wednesday’s action, the New York Yankees are easily one of baseball’s best teams. They’re also doing what many expected after acquiring Giancarlo Stanton over the winter. However, there’s no doubt they wouldn’t be where they currently are in the standings without the play of rookie second baseman, Gleyber Torres. In fact, online […]

Second Least Expensive Game UConn Game Remaining This Weekend Against Navy

Head coach Bob Diaco had some sky-high expectations heading into the 2015 season for the Connecticut Huskies, giving some notable quotes that were turned into punchlines at some media outlets. But it appears Diaco might be getting the last laugh as the Huskies have had a strong start to the season thus far, and almost […]

UConn Faces Army, Cincinnati In Most Expensive Games Of 2015

There’s nowhere to go but up for the Connecticut Huskies football program, as head coach Bob Diaco went 2-10 overall a season ago in his first year as head coach, winning only one game in the conference as well while getting acclimated to a strong AAC. The rebuilding of the program was made a little […]

UConn Most Expensive Games Against Service Academies Navy, Army

First-year head coach Bob Diaco got a taste of life in the newly-formed AAC conference while trying to rebuild the University of Connecticut football program. The Huskies tied for last place in the division with SMU, going 2-10 overall and 1-7 in the conference. But they can hang their hats on having competed with one […]

UConn Hosts Arizona State in NIT, Hoping to Make a Run Once Again

Coach Kevin Ollie and his Connecticut team will not have the chance to defend their NCAA title this season, but all is hardly lost as they prepare to host Arizona State in the first round of the NIT Tournament at Gampel Pavilion Wednesday night. Not only will the Huskies be looking to advance to the […]

UConn looking to get hot before conference tournament, a familiar formula

The highs and lows continue for the UConn Huskies, as the Jekyl and Hyde act continues towards their final two games of the regular season. Connecticut turned their two game winning streak into a three game winning streak by defeating the conference leading SMU Mustangs at home on March 1st. Ryan Boatright scored 23 points […]

Most expensive tickets for Red Sox games during Spring Training

Here are the results of the Boston Red Sox the last three seasons: Last place in AL East, World Series champions, Last place in AL East. They may not be good enough to win a title this year, but they will most likely not finish in last place again, either, after the team revamped their […]

Huskies need to bring their “A” game to Memphis

During their current stretch of playing the top teams in the AAC, the Connecticut Huskies are faring well and are enjoying a five day break in between games. After beating Tulsa (who was in first place at the time) at home by 25 points on February 12th, the Huskies dropped a road game by 18 […]

UConn looks to sweep season series with Cincinnati Thursday night

The defending champion UConn Huskies haven’t had an easy go of it during the 2014-15 season, as they enter a huge Thursday night clash against the Cincinnati Bearcats in search of a quality win. Neither team has stuck inside the nation’s top-25 rankings, but both have at least four wins inside the American Athletic Conference […]