The highlight of the Big 12 schedule this weekend is a first-place battle between No. 17 Iowa State (3-1, 3-0) and No. 6 Oklahoma State (3-0, 2-0). Neither team played last week as ISU had a scheduled off week, and OSU’s game at Baylor was postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak for the Bears.
This game kicks off Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET at T. Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Okla., and will be televised on FOX.
Oklahoma State won last year’s game in Iowa 34-27, and it has taken seven of the last eight meetings. Iowa State won its most recent trip to Stillwater with a 48-42 win in 2018, its first road win in the series since 2000. Overall, Oklahoma State leads the series 32-19-3.
The NFC East was once the crown jewel of the National Football League. Dallas, Philadelphia, New York, and Washington. Every franchise has a deep, storied, history and most franchises in the division are bitter rivals. But over the last couple of years, it's become a two-horse race in pph sportsbooks. The Dallas Cowboys and the Philadelphia Eagles have bumped heads since at least 2018 while the New York Giants and the team that plays in D.C. have floundered.
Ironically, in Week 1, only the Washington Football Team, the biggest underdogs to win the NFC East, scored a victory with a 27-17 upset win over the Eagles as 5.5-point home dogs. Odds have barely shifted, though, and the jury is still out on whether the Cowboys or Eagles will win the division in NFC East betting.
The Green Bay Packers can look back and be proud of their successful 2019 campaign. Led by first year head coach Matt LaFleur, the Packers finished with 13 wins and a division title, advancing to the conference championship before losing to the 49ers. Green Bay is now hoping to do even better in 2020, winning yet another division title and potentially advancing to the Super Bowl for just the second time under QB Aaron Rodgers.
According to Vegas odds-makers, Green Bay’s over/under win total is set at 9. We’ll look closely into the moves the team made this offseason, as well as how their schedule in the fall looks, before giving our official pick.
Sports leagues everywhere are trying to get a semblance of normalcy. Some leagues’s timelines have been interrupted, so it is difficult for them to resume their season. But some sports leagues are yet to begin, and they are trying their best to follow the initial schedule and timeline set for this season. Football is one of those sports, as the seasons usually do not begin until September.
If you want to be an online bookie, you have to make sure that you are all set up before everything gets busy again. It helps to know the schedule of the different sports leagues. The NCAA football is still on schedule, much to the relief of those who own a bookie pay per head operation.
After the sudden retirement of QB Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts struggles to get going last season and ended up with a 7-9 record. Now with Philip Rivers under center, the Colts are aiming to return to the postseason and maybe even win their first division title since 2014.
According to the latest odds, Indianapolis is set at an over/under win total of 8.5 games. We’ll take a look at how their offseason has unfolded, as well as their schedule in the fall, before determining whether the over or under makes the most sense.
The NFL season season is well under 100 days away, so we are getting closer to all 32 teams battling for a championship.
While there are some teams who you could rule out fairly easily, there are plenty more to have a chance to win Super Bowl LV next February in Tampa Bay.
Here are the latest odds to win the Super Bowl, along with a closer look at some teams who could be decent bets.
It will surely be a different feeling around the Patriots going into the fall. With longtime quarterback Tom Brady gone, it’s a new era in New England, with Jarrett Stidham now tasked with leading them team behind center. However, they still have the bulk of their defensive core in place from last year, which was among the best in football, as well as head coach Bill Belichick.