Five Reasons the Jacksonville Jaguars Could Beat the New England Patriots

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By John O’Leary

As the NFL season slowly approaches Super Bowl 52, it’s become quite clear that not much has changed since last year. Not at the top, at least.

The scenery in the playoffs is certainly different. Three teams that didn’t crack the playoffs a year ago – the Eagles, Vikings and Jaguars – are all competing for a chance to get to the league’s finale.

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Legendary football players promoting gambling

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By John O’Leary

Football and gambling are similar: these spheres are interesting, attractive and spectacular. Both football and gambling have big money involved, where only the experts and professionals can achieve success. 

Because of the many similarities, these two spheres overlap. Some football stars have been repeatedly seen in online casino, land casino or poker room ads. Their fame can significantly increase the number of new customers, which means they are welcome guests for operators.

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2018 FIFA World Cup Odds and Early Favorites

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By John O’Leary

Having drawn the eight groups and the schedule, the betting odds for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia have also been settled.

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Best Type of Mattress for Soccer Athletes

Soccer is one of the most popular sports in the world today. We’re all waiting to see who will win the Premier League, and for our national team players, the 2018 World Cup is just around the corner. However, have you ever asked yourself what makes a good soccer player?

Of course, for the past decade, we’ve witnessed one of the greatest football rivalries between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Both players have almost the same number of individual awards and achieved milestones in the world of football.

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Hosting a Local Sports Franchise Made Easy

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By John O’Leary

If there is anything that hits close to home with the lovely, old American Dream it is the notion of owning a sports team. Heck – legendary billionaire George Steinbrenner reportedly purchased the New York Yankees baseball team using just $5,000 of his own money, the rest wheedled from investors and borrowed from banks. He then let the profits from the team pay back these schlubs and then he owned the team pretty much outright. That’s how Steinbrenner purchased, arguably, the most iconic American sports franchise, the all-but-omniscient Bronx Bombers.

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Questions College Coaches Ask + Financial Aid Tips

Coaches Corner: Concordia University St. Paul Recruiting Coordinator Jake Munkwitz Talks About the Recruiting Process.

We want to get to know, so we’re going to ask:

what are your hobbies?

what do you want to study in school? and what do you want to do with it when you’re done?

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Coaches Corner: Three college coaches discuss the recruiting process

Recruiting is competitive. Think of all the other athletes out there wanting a chance to play their sport at the college level. Recruits need to find ways to stand out. College coaches are going to be more interested in athletes who have been actively reaching out to them and are knowledgeable about their program.

The athletic recruiting process is time-consuming, confusing, and very difficult if one doesn’t know where to start. An online recruiting profile is very important to have college coaches view academic and athletic abilities. UnderRecruited Preps connects student-athletes to college coaches and teaches them about the athletic recruiting process

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Last Chance U: Athletic Recruiting Tips/Advice from Junior College Coach Dewitt

Athletic scholarships are competitive. Think of all the other athletes out there wanting a chance to play their sport at the college level. Recruits need to find ways to stand out. College coaches are going to be more interested in athletes who have been actively reaching out to them and are knowledgeable about their program.

The athletic recruiting process is time-consuming, confusing, and very difficult if one doesn’t know where to start. An online recruiting profile is very important to have college coaches view academic and athletic abilities. UnderRecruited Preps connects student-athletes to college coaches and teaches them about the athletic recruiting process.

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Jose Mourinho backs Luke Shaw to be more than just a £27 million bench warmer

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By John O’Leary

When Manchester United completed the transfer of defender Luke Shaw as an 18 year old from Southampton in 2014, the £27 million price tag made him the most expensive teenage signing in Premier League history. This year, there are those who have said that they would be happy to warm the United subs bench for half the money, but boss Jose Mourinho insists that the youngster’s time to shine is here at last.

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3 Reasons You Haven’t Heard from College Coaches

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Good high school grades may double your chances of playing sports in college. The recruiting process starts your first day of high school and getting off to a great start is very important if you want to be recruited. The athletic recruiting process is very competitive and academic performance will make you stand out or hurt your chances of being recruited. Concordia University St. Paul Recruiting Coordinator Jake Munkwitz Talks About the Recruiting Process.

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The Ultimate Sports Fan Christmas Gift Guide

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By John O’Leary

You are probably well into your holiday shopping by now. Since the economic crisis, most of us have been starting much earlier. Fewer people leave their shopping to the last minute as it’s simply cheaper and less stressful to get it out of the way so you can enjoy the holidays without worrying that there is still so much to do.

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Locations Around The World For a Sports Vacation

If you’re into travel and sport, then you’re not alone. Sports tourism is a big thing, bringing different people to all different parts of the world to experience their favorite sports events or try it out for themselves. So if you’re looking to plan a vacation next year, then why not check out some of these top destinations that can be a great way to combine a love of travel and a love of sports. Have you been to any of them before?

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