Archive for April, 2017

Brent Suter can offer a solid week as a two-start pitcher in week 14. Flickr

Don’t give up on these pitchers as back-end fantasy baseball starters

April 11, 2017

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Fantasy Sports, MLB:

If your fantasy baseball league only has specific waiver wire periods, then it’s worth the effort to look for a back-end starter to bolster your… Read More ›

Jerad Eickhoff presents a solid two-start pitcher this week. Flickr/Keith Allison

Get two starts from these pitchers this week in fantasy baseball

April 10, 2017

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Fantasy Sports, MLB:

One week is in the books and we’ve all either panicked or felt much better about our fantasy baseball teams. There’s no sense in even… Read More ›

Gonzaga should get some consideration as a 2018 NCAA tournament title contender. Flickr

Way too early look at overrated NCAA basketball title favorites

April 6, 2017

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Handicapping, NCAAB:

I know we just finished off the 2016-17 college basketball season, but it’s never too early to take a glance at next season. Bovada has… Read More ›

The Louisville Cardinals are one of the favorites entering the 2017 college football futures season. Flickr/http://bit.ly/1JQEsfA

Don’t waste your time on these 3 teams in 2017 college football futures

April 5, 2017

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Handicapping, NCAAF:

With spring college football games in high gear, there’s still one lingering item leftover from the previous year. Alabama is a massive favorite to not… Read More ›

Michael Wacha could provide solid upside as a fantasy baseball option. Flickr

3 fantasy baseball options to grab off early waiver wire

April 5, 2017

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Fantasy Sports, MLB:

The baseball season has started, but there’s still some players left on the waiver wire in fantasy who should get your attention. It’s early, so… Read More ›

The Tar Heels are hoping for better luck this year than last. Flickr/Jerome Carpenter

Go with North Carolina, the under for NCAA title game

April 3, 2017

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Handicapping, NCAAB:

Despite being No. 1 seeds, this isn’t the title game many anticipated. But it’s the best possible result after a tumultuous Sweet 16 and Elite… Read More ›