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Anonymous Mailbag

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At the beginning of the the anonymous mailbag this week, I want to hit you with a request — my new book, “Republicans Buy Sneakers Too” comes out a week from today. Right now it’s $17 on Amazon. I don’t ask for much from you guys, but it would really be great if you guys… Read more »

The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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The NFL’s Un-American New Fad: Tie Games (WSJ) With the Packers-Vikings game ending 29-29 this past weekend, the NFL had more draws than the English Premier League Urban Meyer Still Doesn’t Get It, Continues To Embarrass Ohio State (Big Lead) On Monday he spoke to the media, and as we’ve become accustomed to, he only made things… Read more »

The Starting 11: I Was Wrong About Coach O and LSU Edition

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I love college football with every fabric of my being. Yesterday I watched games, as I always do, from noon eastern until well after midnight and this morning I rolled out of bed excited to come write about the weekend in the Starting 11. Even on weekends when you expect it to be quiet, pandemonium… Read more »

All That and a Bag of Mail

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It’s Friday, rejoice. This has been the busiest media week of my life and I don’t think we’ve even seen anything yet because the new book comes out on September 25th. That week I will have a daily national radio show, a daily national TV show, and a national book release all happening in the… Read more »

Week 2 Upset Alert: Steelers, Cowboys Backers Beware

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This week we review a pair of underdogs that are primed to upset their opponents so let’s break these games down, check out what the oddsmakers are dealing, and keep cashing those tickets. Chiefs at Steelers (-4.5), Sunday, 1 PM ET This isn’t the most contrarian pick on the board, and we might even go… Read more »

Make Your Week 3 Outkick Picks

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My Week 3 VIP Picks are here. Last week, we had six Outkickers pick a perfect 10-for-10: Click here to check out the leaderboard to see how you ended up. That brings our total of 10-for-10 picks for the year to eighteen. This already more than doubles last year’s mark of 7 at this point. Very… Read more »

Week 2 NFL Confidence Pool: Ram Tough!

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The Saints were far from heavenly last week as they were upset by the Bucs and proved to be the dagger in confidence and suicide pools throughout the nation. Let’s check out Week 2 where we rate our most confident straight up pick (16) all the way to our least confident (1). No spreads involved,… Read more »

Buckeyes Rolling Without Urban, But TCU Is First Test

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No. 4 Ohio State will play its last game under the stewardship of acting head coach Ryan Day as they travel to Arlington, Texas to take on No. 15 TCU this Saturday. Let’s preview this game and check out what the oddsmakers are dealing on this Big Ten vs. Big 12 clash. New Day Dawning… Read more »

Outkick’s Vegas Top Ten For Week 2 2018

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By TODD FUHRMAN With two games under our belt we’re starting to get more clarity in the college football landscape even if most of the heavyweights are still currently beating up on their little brother.  Our Bet the Board Top Ten has some notable changes after last weekend with Alabama(surprise, surprise) jumping ahead of Clemson for the top spot… Read more »

Outkick Gambling Picks For Week 3 2018

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Last week was rough, we went 4-8, headlined by a disastrous late touchdown by UCLA to cover against Oklahoma by .5 points and send everything into a tailspin. (I know it seems crazy, but it always feels like when you win a game by a half point you have a great gambling weekend and when… Read more »

On Monday Night, Sam Darnold and The Jets Produced a Loaded Vault Full of Takes

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(Photo via New York Jets Official Twitter Feed) Sometimes the result of an event produces enough polarizing and provocative declarations that turns sports world on its heels for a day.  For any person who collects reactive proclamations (e.g. someone who runs a social media account that primarily exposes wrong takes in hindsight) and saves them… Read more »

The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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College Football Narrative Watch- Week 2 (Outkick) Jimbo has Texas A&M on its way. Moorhead is better than Mullen. Taggart is out of his league at FSU. Just a few of the narratives discussed in this week’s College Football Narrative Watch. How About a First-Year Head Coach Winning a Game in Week 2? (SportsBookReview) Week 1 of the… Read more »

College Football Narrative Watch- Week 2

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(Photo via Texas A&M Football Official Twitter Page) It was another great week in college football narratives.  New scripts are being written, folks! Each week, the College Football Narrative Watch will list and track narratives permeating college football, and add new ones when they arise. Keep in mind, the Narrative Watch will neither attempt to create narratives,… Read more »

Anonymous Mailbag

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It’s Tuesday, time for the anonymous mailbag. The anonymous mailbag is brought to you by my guy Ryan Kelley at The Home Loan Expert. Own a home but also have too much credit card debt? Go to their website today and by this time next week your credit card debt can be wiped out and you… Read more »

The Daily Outkick: Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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 Clay Travis’ New TV Show “Lock It In” Debuts on Fox Sports 1 (FS1) New daily sports-betting themed show starring Clay Travis, Cousin Sal, Todd Fuhrman, and Rachel Bonnetta debuted on Monday. Jon Gruden’s return to coaching was a boo-filled disaster (NY Post) All that positive energy generated when Gruden was hired back in January… Read more »

The Daily Outkick: Monday, September 10, 2018

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ESPN’s ‘Get Up!’ Appears Headed For Another Shakeup (Sporting News)  ESPN’s morning show Titanic has hit like eight icebergs in the five months it has been on air. Here’s another one. College Football Starting 11: Kentucky Parties Like It’s 1986 (Outkick) Clay Travis recaps Week Two of the college football season. Outkick’s Top Ten For Week Two… Read more »

Tennessee Titans Season Opener Is Worst in Twenty Years

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Look, I don’t want to be an alarmist, but the Tennessee Titans game yesterday in Miami was the worst season opener in twenty years. Which NFL fan base should be the most panicked by Sunday’s results? — Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) September 10, 2018 Three of the Titans best players were knocked out of the game… Read more »

Tweets From When the Packers Were Down 20-0 To The Bears

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(Photo: Packers Official Twitter Page) The Green Bay Packers miraculously came back from a 20-0 deficit to beat the Bears 24-23 Sunday night led by a gimpy Aaron Rodgers who came back from a knee injury after halftime. Here are some tweets from when the Packers were down 20-0. Why would the Packers even consider… Read more »

Starting 11: Kentucky Parties Like It’s 1986

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It finally happened. After 31 years of futility, at long last the Kentucky Wildcats beat the Florida Gators in football. Even more amazingly, they did it in Gainesville, a place they had not won a game since 1979. It remains to be seen what Dan Mullen’s first year at Florida will be like, but with… Read more »