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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing

THE SAINTS APPEAR CURSED

By Marc Lawrence — Have you ever watched a horror story and wondered what it’s like to be one of the characters? Wonder what it’s like to see everybody around you dying and know you’re cursed. Welcome to the world of the New Orleans Saints. Two years ago the Saints’ season ended on a missed tackle in the final seconds of win-turned-loss against the Vikings. Last year the Saints lost in overtime after a missed pass interference call against the Rams denied them a possible trip to the Super Bowl. They were probably doomed before the playoffs even started this year, but thanks to another missed-interference call in their season finale against the Seahawks they ended up with a No. 3 seed, stuck in a Wild-Card game. New Orleans rallied to score the game’s final 10 points to force overtime, but never touched the ball due to a walk-off TD pass involving another pass interference controversy. Read more about this past weekend’s Wild Card winners and losers. click here.

Hoops History Book

Toronto: 8-1 SU vs. Trail Blazers … Brooklyn: 8-2 $ vs. Thunder … Memphis: 9-2 $ vs. Timberwolves … New York: 3-0 SUATS as a dog vs. Lakers.

Grinding Out The Profits

Three college basketball teams take to the highway in their first true road of the season tonight, namely Kentucky, TCU, and Baylor. Remember this: teams in this role are 51-77 SU and 57-67-3 ATS from Game 13 out. Thought you’d like to know.
 
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