Kyler Murray to Play Two Sports in 2019

Kyler Murray might not be part of the National Championship earlier this week, but many sports fans are still talking about him. Although he committed to play for the A’s, there are still some rumors that he will play two sports in 2019.  
 
The Oakland Athletics picked Murray ninth overall in the 2018 MLB Draft. As a result, he must give up football in order to fulfill his contract with the A’s. This is bad news for his fans who want him to continue playing football. 
 
There are reports that Kyler Murray might play both sports. However, the only option to do so is to play football at a collegiate level. According to the sports news grapevine, Murray may return to Oklahoma and play for one more year. This will not be a breach of contract with the A’s and still play in the minor league. 

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2015 NFL Betting – NFL Playoff Update

NFL Betting – NFL Playoff UpdateThere are only a few weeks left in the 2015 NFL Regular Season, but we still don’t have a clear picture of the NFL Playoffs. In the AFC, there are three teams with identical 10-2 records that are vying for the two first-round byes. And then there are five teams within a game of each other battling for the two Wild Card sports. Over in the NFC, Carolina and Arizona appear to be locks as the top two seeds, but the other four playoff spots are up for grabs.

We’ll start with the AFC, where Cincinnati, Denver, and New England are all tied for the best record in the conference. Currently, the Bengals are in the lead in terms of tiebreakers, with Denver second and New England in third. Interestingly, the online sports betting websites have those three teams in the opposite order in terms of AFC Future Odds, with the Patriots a 2:1 favorite to come out of the AFC, and Denver 3:1 with the Bengals at +350.

The Patriots are coming off back-to-back losses and are a small 3.5-point road favorite at Houston in the Sunday Night Football matchup after suffering a number of injuries to their receiving corps.

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NFL Betting Tips – Week 8 Betting Preview

NFL Betting Tips – Week 8 Betting PreviewThere are still five undefeated teams heading into Sunday’s full state of NFL games, but with Denver hosting Green Bay on Sunday night, we are guaranteed of having at least one of those undefeated teams finally fall.

Despite being the home team, those looking to bet sports online will see that most sportsbooks list the Broncos as a 2.5-point home underdog. Denver has been listed as the underdog once prior this season – getting three points at Kansas City back in Week 2 when they won outright on a late fumble return for a score.

Green Bay has not been listed as an underdog all season long and have covered the spread 14 times the last 19 games they were listed as favorites.

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College Football Betting – Week 10 Marquee Matchups

College Football Betting – Week 10 Marquee MatchupsThe first CFP Rankings were released this week, with more than a few surprises. Clemson being ranked #1 isn’t that much of a stretch, but having two SEC teams ranked in the Top 4 was surprising to say the least. #2 LSU visits #4 Alabama in the marquee matchup of the College Football weekend on Saturday. The Crimson Tide are a 6.5-point favorite, and will take the field with confidence after winning four straight in this series – the last two by a combined 28 points.

Ohio State has been the #1 ranked team in the country in both the AP and Coaches Polls since the preseason, but they are ranked third in the initial CFP Rankings. With games remaining against Michigan State, Michigan, and possibly a Big Ten Championship Game against unbeaten Iowa looming, the Buckeyes still control their own destiny for a Top-4 ranking.

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College Football Betting – Week 7 Marquee Matchups

College Football Betting – Week 7 Marquee MatchupsThis is shaping up to be the best weekend yet in College Football betting, with five games featuring both teams ranked in the Top 25. The SEC, Big Ten, and Pac 12 all have big conference showdown with CFP implications, starting on Thursday night when #15 Stanford hosts #18 UCLA.

After starting the year with an outright road loss at Northwestern, the Stanford Cardinal has turned things around – especially offensively – and has won four straight entering this weekend. Stanford comes into this matchup against UCLA off back-to-back games putting up 300+ rushing yards, and this online sportsbook thinks they’ll continue that ground success having the Cardinal as a 6.5-point home favorite.

UCLA looks to regroup after suffering their first loss off the season – a 15-point home defeat against Arizona State in a game the Bruins were favored by 13 points.

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