I had to take a break from making picks on these Gold Cup games.
This week marks the 144th playing of The British Open Championship at the home of golf, The Old Course at St. Andrews in Fife, Scotland. As the golf world heads into Europe, it is the Americans who come in with all of the momentum.
I'm Just Saying | Take No. 1 women’s tennis player Serena Williams for example, who won her 6th Wimbledon title this past weekend. Where would American women’s tennis be without her right now? Her sister Venus is good, but everyone else is far down the list.
Vegas Sports Books | Last year’s NBA free-agency period changed the entire complexion of the league when LeBron James decided to go back home to Cleveland, which radically altered championship odds at every Las Vegas sportsbook.
V.I.P. On the Mark | I actually cared about the Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest. And shock of all shocks, Joey Chestnut did not win. It wasn’t quite like Rafael Nadal losing in the second round to Dustin Brown at Wimbledon, but it was close.
The NFC East has been largely unpredictable the past three seasons, with the team carrying the longest division odds at midsummer finishing first. In 2012 it was Washington at 10 to 1, in 2013 Philadelphia at 5-1 and last year Dallas at 4-1.