Sports Betting By The Numbers: College Football Madness Edition – September 10th

September 10th, 2010 –  by Jimmy With a nice docket of College Football games on the horizon this weekend, we wanted to dedicate Friday’s edition of “Sports Betting By The Numbers” to collegiate football. Go ahead, kick back and get ready for this awesome weekend of pigskin that awaits us. 37 – Number of games … Read more

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Florida State Seminoles Roll Samford, Turn Eyes To Oklahoma Match Up

September 6, 2010- By Bryan Cross The Florida State Seminoles took to the field for the beginning of the 2010 college football season the first time in 34 years without former head coach Bobby Bowden, and ushered in a new era under that of Jimbo Fisher.  In a display of symmetry, the Seminoles hosted the … Read more

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Sports Betting By The Numbers: August 25th, 2010

August 25th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross $25k–  The amount that Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco was fined for tweeting during the Bengals 2010 NFL preseason game against the Philadelphia Eagles.  During the game, Ochocinco went across the middle of the field to catch a pass and was layed out by an Eagle defender which … Read more

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FSU Begins New Era Under Head Coach Jimbo Fisher

August 22, 2010 – By Scott After 34 years of leading the Florida State football program, Bobby Bowden has stepped down and handed the controls over to new head coach Jimbo Fisher. There have been so many changes made that the legendary head coach would not even recognize what the program is like now. The … Read more

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ACC Coaches And Players Ready To Begin 2010 College Football Season

July 26, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell This summer’s college football landscape has been riddled with realignment rumors, agent parties, and the absence of a familiar face at media day. For the first time in 34 years Bobby Bowden was not the head coach representing the Florida State Seminoles, just another sign of the changing times … Read more

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Jimbo Fisher Looks To Get Seminoles Back Among Nation’s Elite in 2010

March 6th, 2010 – By Scott It wans’t that long ago that the Florida State Seminoles were one of the most prominent programs in college football. During a 14 year span from 1987-2000, the Noles finished in the Top 5 in each of these seasons and winning the national championship in 1993 and 1999. The … Read more

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Joe Paterno’s Famed Spectacles Reel In Huge Sum At Auction

February 23rd, 2010 – By John Ritter The are bulky, awkward and obnoxious. But they are oh, so very lucrative. Joe Paterno’s hilariously thick black glasses have become as much a part of college football Americana as the coach himself, and thus, became a desirable item at auction. With Paterno undergoing lasik eye surgery to … Read more

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NCAA Upholds Ruling; Bobby Bowden, Florida State To Vacate Wins

Bobby Bowden finished his illustrious career last week with a convincing win in the Gator Bowl over West Virginia 33-21.  He finished with 389 victories in his 57-year coaching career, 34 of which were spent at Florida State.  This week however, he could be as many as 14-wins lighter. Stemming from the academic cheating scandal … Read more

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Christian Ponder Out For Season Backup E.J. Manuel To Get Start For Seminoles

Christian Ponder’s interception late in the fourth quarter against Clemson effectively ended the game, down nine points with 3:34 left to play. Little did he know, it also ended his season. On the return, he made a jarring collision to tackle cornerback DeAndre McDaniel, and the hit popped his shoulder in-and-out of place. He was … Read more

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