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Kelso 3-0 Monday Features Kansas at Iowa State
Kansas (16-1) At Iowa State (11-5) Highlights 3-0 Monday. The 2nd-Ranked Kansas Jayhawks Take On Big-Time Nemesis Iowa State On National TV Tonight In What Has Become A Fierce Big 12 Rivalry
Kelso 50 Unit Side Total Parlay on Cavs-Warriors
The Sparks Will Be Flying Tonight In Oakland. Cleveland (29-10) Meets Golden State (34-6) In A Rematch Of Last Year’s NBA Finals Teams
Kelso 50 Unit Monday College Hoops Winner
I Got The Big College Basketball Money Again Yesterday As La Salle (-6.5) Knocked Off GW 79-69 In A Game That Actually Never Close

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If You’re After Big NFL Money You Are In Right Place

 

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Great NFL Weekend… Have Now Won 8 Straight 100-Unit Plays And Intend To Make It 9-0 This Weekend Undefeated In December And January

NFL Brass, FOX Crushed, The Cowboys Won’t Be In Super Bowl… Ticket Prices For Game Also In Free Fall And Vegas Bookmakers Reeling From Getting Smashed

In This Week’s Conference Championship Games
New England Assholes -6 Over Pittsburgh Steelers
While Falcons -4 over Packers

Highrollers Keep On Winning Daily 50-Unit College Basketball Plays

By Kelso Sturgeon

If it was action you needed you certainly got it this weekend in the NFL. The games were outstanding – collectively the best of the season – and the results will send four very good teams to the conference championship games Sunday. First the American Football Conference showdown finds the Pittsburgh Steelers (13-5) at the New England Assholes (15-2) (Steelers coach Mike Tomlins’ descriptive words, not mine) while the National Conference finds the Green Bay Packers (12-6) at the Atlanta Falcons (12-5).

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The National Championship Chances Of West Virginia Basketball

 

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West Virginia basketball made the big splash this week, when the crushed then-undefeated and #1-ranked Baylor 89-68 on Tuesday. After a narrow 74-72 escape over Texas on Saturday, the Mountaineers stand ready to rise in the polls where they’re already ranked 10th. And it’s time to put them squarely in the discussion with fellow Big 12 contenders Baylor and Kansas when it comes to talking about national championship possibilities.

The Mountaineers don’t have that individual star that jumps out at you. Esa Ahmad is the leading scorer and he gets 12 per game. Nathan Adrian is the top rebounder and he pulls down seven a night. Jevon Carter is the playmaker and he averages five assists. There’s nothing wrong with any of these numbers and certainly not any of the players, but they’re not lighting up a highlight reel.

What West Virginia does have its depth, defense, efficiency and good coaching. Bob Huggins has taught defense well over the course of his career and this team is no different, ranking fourth in the nation in defensive efficiency. The Mountaineers are especially adept at forcing turnovers – they forced Baylor into an astonishing 29 on Tuesday night. And a good December win at Virginia was also keyed by defensive pressure.

Huggins’ team handles not having a superstar with excellent depth. Only four West Virginia players average over twenty minutes per game and none average more than thirty. Foul trouble on a particular player is less likely to give them problems than most other teams, a significant advantage in the one-and-done chaos of the NCAA Tournament.

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USC CB Jackson declares for draft

USC All-American cornerback Adoree' Jackson, one of the most versatile players in college football, announced Monday he will forgo his senior season and enter the 2017 NFL Draft.

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