Could This be the Year The Superbowl is Replaced By The Manning Bowl?

Peyton Manning ComebackIt has been talked about in the past by both bettors and sports bookies as far back as when Peyton manning was with the Colts but it never came to be. But this year we might actually have a legitimate chance to have a front row seat to witness brother versus brother in the Manning bowl!

Half way through the 2012 NFL season Peyton Manning seems to have his Denver Broncos clicking on all cylinders. At 4 & 3 and currently in 1st place within the AFC West the Broncos won the last two games in dramatic fashion.  Peyton put on clinic with a recording breaking performance with an exciting come from behind win over the San Diego Chargers who were leading at half time 24-0. Continue Reading →

Saturday Football Action Produces Ap Rankings Shakeup

SECThis past Saturday saw some great gridiron action on college campuses across the nation.  Traditional powerhouses butted heads and at times defied the odds as the hard fought games came down to the wire.  Some of the contests involved traditional rivalries so intense that they were played on natural ground.  One such game is a yearly event held in Jacksonville Florida between the University of Florida Gators and the University of Georgia Bulldogs.  This yearly meeting, known as the “Worlds’ Largest Cocktail Party,” is always proceeded by much speculation and swaggering by fans on both sides and the action on the field is only one part of the celebration.  The Gators went into the game undefeated at 6-0 while the Dawgs (as the Bulldogs are known locally) had lost only one game and that to Steve Spurriers South Carolina Gamecocks on October 6.

Kickoff showed #3 ranked Florida a 6.5 point favorite over the #12 ranked Bulldogs.  Continue Reading →

Peyton’s Biggest Comeback Ever!

Peyton Manning ComebackPeyton Manning found himself in a very unusual position on monday night football at halftime.  He was 24 points behind.  In his entire career in the National Football League, Manning had never been 24 points behind, ever!

Occasionally we see a team go into the locker room at half time semi beaten and then come out like gang busters for the second half action.  Remember the famous speech by Knute Rockne-“win one for the Gipper”- at Notre Dame.  Some magical transformation takes place there in the locker room and the entire spirit and outlook of the players Continue Reading →

Bookies Licking Their Chops After Showdown Saturday In The SEC

SECIn the hotly contested Southeastern Conference, we had some big games this Saturday. The LSU Tigers and the City of Baton Rouge hosted Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks in a classic SEC battle in Tiger Stadium in front of a capacity crowd on a cool autumn Saturday evening.  LSU is known as being very tough to beat at home, at night.  Sometimes it seems like they have half state of Louisiana there as back-up. Also known as “Death Valley”, LSU stadium is ranked as one of the loudest venues in all of NCAA Football. As it turned out, the young Tiger team needed every voice in the stadium.  They won the game by a final score of 23-21 in a game that came right down to the wire.  LSU went into the contest as 2.5 point favorites.  The odds makers were very close but in the end the Tigers did not cover the spread.  Both teams are now at 6-1 on the season and move on to their tuffest games of the year. Continue Reading →

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