Big Ten Postpones Football Practices, MAC Cancels Spring Sports

Big Ten Postpones Football Practices, MAC Cancels Spring Sports

According to an official announcement, the Big Ten postpones football practices using pads. They made the decision to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Also, the conference decided to remain in the acclimatization period for the sport. The Big Ten voted to keep football practices in the stage where players can wear helmets. The decision came after the Mid-American Conference delayed all fall events, including football. The MAC is the first conference to cancel all fall sports. Instead, it is focusing on moving the games to spring. With the move to…

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Virtual Racing Brings NASCAR and IndyCar Action during Pandemic

Virtual Racing Brings NASCAR and IndyCar Action during Pandemic

One million people watched professional race drivers play virtual racing on national TV. Racing games are the only way fans, and drivers satisfy their need for speed. With all significant races canceled due to the coronavirus, virtual sports are all that’s left for motorsports enthusiasts. Drivers are becoming more popular. They even get new sponsorship deals by racing in a video game. Professional drivers are figuring out how to build their brands. Instead of practicing on the race track, they are learning about Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Twitch. In the…

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Sports Betting Football News – Caster Semenya Joins a Women’s Football Team

Sports Betting Football News – Caster Semenya Joins a Women’s Football Team

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Caster Semenya can’t compete in IAAF-sanctioned events due to a rule change. However, it didn’t stop her competitiveness. The 28-year-old athlete joined a South African women’s football squad. At present, Semenya is training with the club JVW. However, she can’t start playing for the team until the next season because she joined after the transfer window. She told the best pay per head sportsbook that she’s looking forward to her new journey. Also, she appreciates the support and love she gets from the team. Janine van…

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Online Sports Betting Passes TN House Committee

Online Sports Betting Passes TN House Committee

Legislation allowing online sports betting in Tennessee passed a House committee Tuesday. Although the bill has many amendments, lawmakers hope it will bring more revenue to the state. Also, they hope to stop betting revenue from leaking to Arkansas and Mississippi. House Minority Leader Karen Camper told gambling news sites that they saw it as an opportunity to improve the state’s economy. Governor Bill Lee remains against the expanding of gambling. However, he said he will look at the bill once it reaches his desk. In addition, the governor said…

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Two West Virginia Bookie Operations Stay Closed

Two West Virginia Bookie Operations Stay Closed

Two West Virginia bookie operations have been closed for two weeks due to a dispute with a supplier. As a result, a state lawmaker showed his frustration about the situation in social media. Delegate Shawn Fluharty is unhappy with the rollout of sports betting in his state. His frustration came from the closing of the West Virginia bookie at the Wheeling Island Hotel Casino Racetrack. In addition, Delaware North temporarily closed the West Virginia bookie at the Mardi Gras Casino and Resort. The casinos told news reporters a contractual dispute…

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PGA Tour Supports Legalized Sports Betting

PGA Tour Supports Legalized Sports Betting

PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan has been involved in golf for two decades now. According to his latest statement, he is excited about the future of the organization and sports betting. The PGA Tour supported the draft legislation that will place sports betting under federal control. In addition, the Tour believes legalized sports gambling can bring more financial opportunities. According to the commissioner, events will be more engaging to fans if they can bet on tournaments. The commissioner referred to the first-hole birdie wager between Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods during…

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Man Wins $5 million, $500 and $100 on the same Day

Man Wins $5 million, $500 and $100 on the same Day

A New Jersey man is feeling quite lucky with an amazing streak with a few scratch-off tickets according to a press release.  This is because the headline reads Man Wins $5 million, $500 and $100 on the same day. This lucky person is Robert Stewart who lives in Edgewater, NJ. Stewart told to New Jersey Lottery authorities he gotten some scratch-off tickets from The Rivermart in Edgewater, NJ.  Furthermore, he got it in the store where he had won a best prize on his $5,000,000 Fortune ticket. According to Stewart,…

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Senegal Friendly Match is Vital for the Crane’s Preparation

Senegal Friendly Match is Vital for the Crane’s Preparation

Last week, an international friendly match between Uganda and Senegal was confirmed by the Federation of Uganda Football Association (FUFA). The friendly match between the Cranes and the Lions of Teranga will take place on June 6, 2017 in Dakar. For Uganda, this is a match that will be played on their way to Cape Verde for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier. The coach for Uganda, Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic believes that this friendly match is vital for Uganda in their preparation for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations…

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Weird, Fun and Arguably Dangerous Toys from the 50s and 60s

Weird, Fun and Arguably Dangerous Toys from the 50s and 60s

Take a look at some of the weirdest, fun and arguably dangerous toys from the 50s and 60s.  These toys will make you wonder how these toys ever made it to stores or maybe why we don’t have these toys anymore. Back in the 50s and 60s, there was no consumer movement to protect consumers and their children. As long as the toy made money, it went on the market.  It wasn’t until 1969 that the first federal safety standard for toys was signed into law.  Until that year, tons…

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Super Bowl LI Fun Facts and Statistics

Super Bowl LI Fun Facts and Statistics

Millions of American NFL fans are eagerly awaiting the NFL Super Bowl kickoff that will take place this Sunday at 6:30PM at the NGR Stadium in Texas.  This year, Lady Gaga will be performing the half-time show and several online sportsbooks have already received millions in prop bets based on the half time show! In fact, last year around 112 million Americans watched the Super Bowl on television and this year, Super Bowl organizers expect the numbers to remain the same or increase by a significant percentage.  This is why…

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