Roy Larking is a sports fan since birth, with the Red Wings, Tigers, Lions, and Piston as his favorites. He has been fascinated by sports gambling world since taking part in Hockey Night in Canada 10-cent squares pool amongst his neighbours in late 1960's.
Now hanging out in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, StatsGuru earned his nickname partly due to the Fantasy Football records he produced in the early days of the Internet. Tracking and forecasting sports Championship futures odds is a year-round passion.
The 2019's national finals of the NCAA Basketball competition are ready. In one semifinal we have Virginia facing Auburn and in the other Michigan State against Texas Tech. Check out the full report on March Madness' Final Four.
Following four weeks of preseason action, a 17-week regular season slate, plus three thrilling playoff rounds, New England and Los Angeles are the last teams standing during the 2018-19 NFL season. Regarding the Super Bowl Teams, the Patriots are representing the AFC, while the Rams will carry the NFC flag into the Championship fight. For those wondering what is the Super Bowl time, we deliver not only the time but all the information you need to know about this great sporting event.
Watched and wagered on by millions, in Canada, the United States and around the World, the National Football League Super Bowl is the biggest one-day sporting event on the Planet. From past Super Bowl winners, to the most recent NFL Champions, here we review this sports betting phenomenon and list the best football focused online sportsbooks to bet on the NFL title match.
Heading towards us, at breakneck speed, 2018 National Football League action is fast approaching. Top online sportsbooks, reviewed and ranked here at CSB, have flooded their betting boards with early season wagering options. Included in the crop, of freshly planted betting lines, Betway is first out of the gate with "First NFL Head Coach To Be Fired Odds". Here we prognosticate who it will be.
Another year of exciting National Football League action is on the horizon as Week 1 begins on September 6, 2018, when Atlanta visits Philadelphia. While visions of NFL Championship glory remain in place for all 32 teams, stark reality has just 12 squads participating in the race to Super Bowl LIII which will play out on February 4, 2019. Some teams seasons are over before they even start.
Mandatory minicamps are complete and most players scatter to be with family and friends prior to the opening of training camps in July. The National Football League never sleeps though and Super Bowl LIII futures lines have been posted at online sportsbooks since Philadelphia defeated New England during SB LII on 04/02/18. Here are early odds on all 32 teams to make the 2019 NFL playoffs.
Winning a Championship is fantastic - securing a victory in front of hometown fans makes it even sweeter. While lots of MLB, NHL and NBA squads have won titles in their own stadium, just eight CFL teams have claimed the Grey Cup on their home turf since 1955. Edmonton can make it nine when they host the 106th CFL Championship on November 25, 2018, at Commonwealth Stadium.
Stacked again, as it has been for the past few seasons, the Canadian Football League West Division is home to several Grey Cup contenders. One look at the Bodog futures betting board confirms that as four of the top five favorites play west of Ontario. Will Calgary or Edmonton claim the Cup on Province soil? Can Winnipeg, Saskatchewan or BC rise up? The West battle is going to be brilliant.
Embarking on a long journey, to the 106th Grey Cup Championship, a new Canadian Football League season begins when Winnipeg hosts Edmonton on June 14, 2018. Checking CFL Championship futures, at CSB top ranked online sportsbooks, Toronto and Hamilton are early mid-favorites while Ottawa and Montreal are big underdogs. Here we look at the title chances for each team.