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The 2-0 Raiders will try to remain undefeated when the Miami Dolphins visit Allegiant Stadium on Sunday.
UNLV led by two scores in the first quarter and a point in the fourth before succumbing to Fresno State en route to its 10th consecutive loss under coach Marcus Arroyo.
Former casino mogul Steve Wynn — accused of demanding sex from and assaulting resort employees over three decades— will light the Al Davis Memorial Torch on Sunday.
Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers are banged up. That’s why Pittsburgh has dropped from a touchdown favorite to a 3-point home favorite over the Cincinnati Bengals.
Controversial former casino mogul Steve Wynn has been asked to light the Al Davis Memorial Torch before Sunday’s Raiders game against the Miami Dolphins at Allegiant Stadium.
The South Point took sharp money on the Miami Dolphins +4½, but the public is on the Raiders, consensus 4-point favorites at Las Vegas sportsbooks for Sunday’s game.
Ten handicappers offer five picks each on college football games throughout the season. Dana Lane leads at 11-4 after three weeks. Wes Reynolds is next at 10-5.
Las Vegas handicapper Bruce Marshall is editor of The Gold Sheet (Goldsheet.com). He provides the Review-Journal with NFL tech notes and trends.
Josh Jacobs is listed as doubtful, and three of his teammates have been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins at Allegiant Stadium.
Kansas State is tied for third in the nation in offensive success rate, and Oklahoma State ranks 112th. The Wildcats are the better bet to consistently move the chains.
The Raiders are 2-0, and while their fans are feeling good about things, they still have some questions.
Amber Hanover, who won Station Casinos’ NFL Last Man Standing contest last season, had an easy winner with the Carolina Panthers +3½ last week.
On the lookahead line at the Westgate SuperBook, which posts lines for NFL games 12 days in advance, the Raiders opened -1 over the Dolphins and that number has shot up to -4.
Review-Journal sports betting reporters Jim Barnes and Todd Dewey post their best college football and NFL bets.