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Efforting to grind out the profits, we’re just sayin’ that the Los Angeles Rams are 0-10 UNDER versus AFC North opponents.

This Bud’s For You

Virginia Tech sent DC Bud Foster off in style in Saturday’s 28-0 win over Pittsburgh. It marked the second-straight shutout win for the Hokies as Foster nears the end of his brilliant career in Blacksburgh … Meanwhile, according to USA Today columnist Dan Wolken, if the top three teams continue holding to form, most of the Playoff focus will flow toward who gets the nod at No. 4. But in many ways, that’s not the most important or toughest decision the committee will have to make. Instead, it could be the debate between LSU and Ohio State for the No. 1 seed. The stakes of that decision have never been higher in the College Football Playoff era. The reason? Because whoever gets assigned the No. 2 seed would have to face Clemson in the semifinals instead of a theoretically easier opponent … Memphis will need to beat Cincinnati twice, this week and in the AAC title game next, if it wishes to make a New Year’s Day 6 Bowl game. If they don’t beat the Bearcats on Friday they likely won’t make it to the conference championship game … Click here to read more.

NBA History Book

Cleveland: 2-15 $ home off win when hosting the Nets … Sacramento: 1-9 $ with no rest vs. the Celtics … Miami: 6-1 $ off a loss when facing the Hornets … Portland: 5-0 $ vs. the Bulls … San Antonio: 6-0-1 $ with losing record vs. the Lakers.
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