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Thank you, Gov. Chris Christie. By lifting the ban on sports wagering at New Jersey casinos and racetracks, you have made this column a must-read for the fine folks of your state.
Cully Johnston's LinkedIn profile reflects his diverse skill set. Top two areas of expertise: golf and guitar.
EVANSTON, Ill. - After two games and two failures, Northwestern could be looking at a long and painful season.
If I were a millionaire who didn't write about sports for a living, I'd be camping out at the home of my bookie. That's how flawed some of these lines seem.
Wisconsin's second-half collapse Saturday raised two key questions: Why didn't Melvin Gordon get more than four carries in the second half? And why didn't quarterback Joel Stave relieve an overwhelmed Tanner McEvoy?
It's a rule that has treated me kindly over the years: If there's no betting line, I don't want to watch.
Around the time the Northwestern football program became fodder for "The Daily Show" and MSNBC, its players gathered to do something unusual - put down their smartphones.
Jonathan Toews brushes his teeth with his right hand. He throws a baseball right-handed. He plays golf as a righty, though not particularly well.
Braxton Miller is done for the season, and that's a terrible blow to Michigan State and Wisconsin and Iowa and Michigan. Yes, even Michigan.
One day after Venric Mark said he planned to "hit the ground running" after returning from a two-game suspension, Northwestern announced that its star tailback is hitting the road.