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Everyone is on upset alert in March. As an underdog player, I hunt for ’dogs with money-line value in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
A listing of NCAA Tournament prop bets posted by Station Casinos and William Hill sports books.
Matt Youmans, Kelly Stewart and Golden Nugget sports book director Tony Miller preview Thursday’s first-round games.
A capsule look what to expect and who to watch during Thursday’s first round games of the NCAA Tournament.
The nation’s main daily fantasy sports companies are opposing New Jersey’s effort to regulate them because a proposed measure does not explicitly say they offer games of skill instead of gambling.
Betting on the NCAA Tournament in Las Vegas is a supersized version of the Super Bowl. Instead of one big game, this is an unpredictable 67-game tournament staged over three weeks. A total of 32 games tip off Thursday and Friday with another wild 48 hours to follow.
Las Vegan Kurt Busch always has been steady at Phoenix International Raceway with a 13.6 average finish in 26 starts. He put on a show Saturday with single lap and average speeds during practices that suggest he’s the driver to beat.
Motor sports handicapper Micah Roberts gives his top-10 picks for Sunday’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Good Sam 500 at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona.
Another No. 1 seed bites the dust, and the loss could be costly for San Diego State. But the bettors who backed Fresno State at 8-1 odds to win the Mountain West tournament are cashing tickets.
Las Vegas’ relationship with postseason college basketball is good — for the players, fans, schools, conferences and seemingly all parties involved. But, because of legalized sports wagering, is this madness in Las Vegas still viewed as evil by the NCAA?
It will be a big night in the Pac-12. Arizona is a 1½-point favorite over top-seeded Oregon in the opener at 6:15 p.m. San Diego State, the No. 1 seed in the Mountain West, will get tested by UNR in the first semifinal at 6 p.m.
Bookmakers always hope for upsets, and this March, it’s not just wishful thinking. There certainly are going to be shockers, and there probably will be a No. 2 or a No. 3 seed go down. What we are witnessing now is a preview of the real madness.
The Rebels are 3-point underdogs against Fresno State when they meet in the MW Tournament tonight at the Thomas & Mack.
Connecticut moved closer Thursday toward becoming the latest state to regulate the fast-growing online fantasy sports industry.
This year’s version may not have a Seabiscuit or Shared Belief-type animal, but for $1 million, nine well-matched horses will take a swing Saturday. The Big Cap headlines an exciting day at Santa Anita.
Sometimes, the so-called square bettors are sharper than the oddsmakers. Fresno State’s no-sweat cover in a victory over UNLV, which did get a spirited effort out of Patrick McCaw, served as an example that the public is not always wrong.
The Rebels are 10 1/2-point favorites when they open the MW Tournament against Air Force today at the Thomas & Mack.
Several times a hero in March, Steve Alford is a goat this time. The UCLA coach leaned back in his chair, rolled his eyes and watched his team get rocked by rival Southern California for the third time this season.
The Pac-12 is a league with no dominant team, and it’s a tournament that’s tough to predict. Top-seeded Oregon is the second choice at 3-1 odds, according to William Hill sports books. Fourth-seeded Arizona is the 2-1 favorite.
This is a treacherous time to be a No. 1 seed in a conference tournament. Major upsets are happening daily across the nation, and San Diego State is on upset alert as the top seed in the Mountain West tournament, which tips off Wednesday at the Thomas & Mack Center.