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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing


By Marc Lawrence — Compliments of Axios Sports, let’s stat with today’s “ridiculous stat” – Tom Brady has won 30 playoff games, while the other 11 playoff QBs have won a combined 26 (and Ryan Tannehill has never played in one). Meanwhile, the Patriots are playing on wild-card weekend for the first time since 2009. The good news for Tennesse is that Bill Belichick is only 14-13 against former pupil-now-head coaches. The bad news is Belichick is 12-0 against QBs that have never started a playoff game … Meanwhile, the Bills have lost five-straight playoff games since 1995… To read more on today’s AFC Wild Card games click here.

NBA 2-Minute Handicap
LA Clippers: 1-8 $ home if .666 or greater vs. Grizzlies … Toronto: 16-1 SU vs. Nets … Indiana: 11-1 SU vs. Hawks, including 5-1 $ away … Boston: 8-2-1 $ vs. Bulls … Charlotte: visitor 7-1 $ in Mavericks series … Detroit: 6-1 $ vs. Warriors.

Grinding Out The Profits
Despite a mediocre 7-7 record on the season, the Bulls of South Florida are 6-2 at home this campaign under head coach Brian Gregory, including wins in each of their last five games on their home court. In fact they are on a 9-0 SU and 7-1 ATS run at home against foes coming off a SUATS loss. With USF out to avenge a loss to UConn from the opening round of last year’s CUSA tourney and owning an 8-2 ATS mark as a pick or dog when playing with LTKO (Last-year Tourney Knock Out) revenge, we’re running with the Bulls in Tampa this afternoon.
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