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The Conscience of Thoroughbred Racing

LEARN FROM TITLE GAMES

By Marc Lawrence
USA Today’s Nate Davis reports: The Chiefs are back in the Super Bowl for the first time since they won Super Bowl IV following the 1969 season. Kansas City’s 50-year gap between Super Bowl appearances establishes a new record … San Francisco joins the 1988 Bengals and 1999 Rams as the only teams to reach the Super Bowl a year after winning four or fewer games. The Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV, while the Bengals lost Super Bowl XXIII … San Francisco’s Kyle Shanahan is one win from joining his father, Mike, as a Super Bowl-winning head coach. It would be the first time a father-son combo won the Super Bowl in that role … We now get two weeks of buildup toward the showdown between RBs Raheem Mostert and Damien Williams. Egads. Williams is an undrafted Dolphins castoff. Mostert, cut by six teams before sticking in San Francisco in 2016, became the first player to rush for at least 200 yards and four touchdowns in a playoff game. Read more here.

Hoops History Book
Sacramento: 5-1-1 $ vs. Pistons … Miami: 8-1 $ with same season revenge vs. Wizards … Atlanta 6-1 $ with same season revenge vs. Clippers … Minnesota: 7-1 SUATS vs. Bulls … Indiana: 5-0 SUATS vs. Suns … Michigan: 15-1 SU home vs. Lions … Temple: 5-1-1 $ home vs. Bearcats … DePaul: 0-10 SU and 1-9 ATS vs. Blue Jays.
Grinding Out The Profits
From the Playbook Midweek Alert Super Bowl Newsletter: A No. 1 seed has won the last six Super Bowls in a row.
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