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  • Infographic Friday: NBA Playoff Ticket Prices

    The Business of Sports
    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:31 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from TiqIQ, who put together this interactive infographic showing the change in market prices for Round One of the NBA Playoffs compared to regular season pricing. It’s interesting to see how the Heat have the lowest premium compared to the regular season while having the highest regular season pricing. So at least according the market, there is little difference between the value of a regular season Heat game and a round 1 playoff game. Perhaps some sports business bulletin board material for…
  • How Will Online Streaming of The Masters Change Sports Broadcasting?

    Sports Networker
    Jennifer Smith
    12 Mar 2014 | 10:19 am
    This year, viewers who wanted to watch the Seahawks beat the Broncos had a new option: stream the game online. Fox offered Super Bowl XLVIII live streaming on FoxSportsGo.com and the Fox Sports Go iPad app, and viewers were able to load up streaming video and keep track of every touchdown. Although online sportsbook TopBet recently wrote an article discussing America’s favorite Super Bowl commercials, the irony is that live online viewing of the Super Bowl with the commercials included, likely won’t happen anytime soon. In a few months, CBS Sports is going to stream the The Masters…
  • Infographic Friday: MLB Opening Day

    The Business of Sports
    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:50 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from MLB who put together a great synopsis of all the social activity that took place on opening day. Click on the infographic below to view the original post on MLB.com.
  • Has Fantasy Sports Created a New Generation of Stats Junkies?

    Sports Networker
    Simon Andras
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:45 am
    Fantasy sports is a simple game that started out decades ago, and slowly blossomed into a billion dollar off the books gambling industry that continues to gain popularity each year. Being a fantasy manager offers fans the unique opportunity to feel more important, make the big decisions they’ve always wanted to make and perhaps win some money in the process. The days of you and your buddies having a league are over – now all of the girlfriends, wives and even kids want a piece of the action. Fantasy sports is changing the way fans participate in the game and some might say even…
  • The Power Of The Special Olympics Can Transform, Enrich Brands, Careers…

    Sports Marketing & PR Roundup
    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:59 pm
    The last year has seen its own set of drama good and bad in sport across The Garden State. From the excitement of The Super Bowl to the craziness surrounding the issues of Rutgers basketball, from the new ownership of the Devils to the disappointment of the Jets and Giants, from the return of the post-Sandy New Jersey Marathon to the Shore, to the folding of the Newark Bears, the Garden State fan has been on quite the roller coaster ride from 2013 to 2014. A long cold winter seems to finally be giving way to a slightly warmer spring, and with spring comes renewed hope that better things are…
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  • Has Fantasy Sports Created a New Generation of Stats Junkies?

    Simon Andras
    1 Apr 2014 | 6:45 am
    Fantasy sports is a simple game that started out decades ago, and slowly blossomed into a billion dollar off the books gambling industry that continues to gain popularity each year. Being a fantasy manager offers fans the unique opportunity to feel more important, make the big decisions they’ve always wanted to make and perhaps win some money in the process. The days of you and your buddies having a league are over – now all of the girlfriends, wives and even kids want a piece of the action. Fantasy sports is changing the way fans participate in the game and some might say even…
  • The Most Talked About Player in the NFL Offseason – Michael Sam

    Simon Andras
    25 Mar 2014 | 10:15 am
    Michael Sam is working his way toward an NFL team. Michael Sam hasn’t played one snap in the National Football League, yet he is already creating more headlines than most college players hoping to be drafted next month. Sam, a standout college player from the University of Missouri, became the first openly gay player that will eventually be in the NFL. Of all social issues, perhaps nothing garners more attention in today’s media than gay rights, and Sam’s coming out in early February set the social media world ablaze. No one doubts his talent, well, they didn’t until the announcement…
  • A Beginner’s Guide on How to Become an Online Sports Writer

    Simon Andras
    14 Mar 2014 | 5:00 pm
    Passion for sports is something that is shared around the world. No matter what our differences are, sports is something that everyone can relate to and find some sort of common ground on. For many of us, our passion for sports goes beyond being a fan or just participating in local rec leagues – we want our love for sports to become a bigger part of our lives. This is why many dream of becoming a sports writer. While writing is definitely not for everyone, it’s something attainable for anyone with a gifted keystroke. Here are a few tips to follow if you want to get your sports writing…
  • The Sponsored Marathon Photo – an Emerging Model

    Eitan Hefetz
    13 Mar 2014 | 6:45 am
    The marathon photo has been around since running events became a popular leisure and recreational activity. Runners train months for a marathon – and  love to get their moments of achievement memorized in great photos during race day. For years the dominant business model driving the marathon photo was selling photos to athletes. This model is becoming challenging for race photographers these days. People are taking and sharing photos all day using their smart phones and are reluctant to pay for photos. Yet, at the same time, race finishers are still enthusiastic about sharing their race…
  • How Will Online Streaming of The Masters Change Sports Broadcasting?

    Jennifer Smith
    12 Mar 2014 | 10:19 am
    This year, viewers who wanted to watch the Seahawks beat the Broncos had a new option: stream the game online. Fox offered Super Bowl XLVIII live streaming on FoxSportsGo.com and the Fox Sports Go iPad app, and viewers were able to load up streaming video and keep track of every touchdown. Although online sportsbook TopBet recently wrote an article discussing America’s favorite Super Bowl commercials, the irony is that live online viewing of the Super Bowl with the commercials included, likely won’t happen anytime soon. In a few months, CBS Sports is going to stream the The Masters…
 
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  • An Early Look at Ieyasu Tokugawa

    sportsma
    30 Mar 2014 | 7:25 pm
    Indeed, the heroics of Ieyasu Tokugawa will go a long way in the annals of Japan’s Sengoku era. Born in 1542 as Matsudaira Takechiyo, Ieyasu remains a significant figure in the Japanese history. He was born at a time when country was at the mercy of a civil war characterized with ferocious battles between territorial kingpins. Japan had been engulfed in such a situation for almost a century. He stood the test of time and rose to stardom. He was a brave warrior as well as an undisputed statesman who defended his people. Moreover, Ieyasu was the founder and pioneer of the Tokugawa Empire…
  • Who Will Run the Table Towards Being the 2013-14 UEFA Champions League Champion?

    sportsma
    24 Mar 2014 | 9:22 pm
    This season’s campaign started in May 2013 and as a result is named as the 2013-2014 UEFA champions league tournament. It is a 59th competition since its early times and the 22nd after its renaming. Portugal will have the pleasure to hold the competition finals at Lisbon. The title currently belongs to Bayern Munich, who currently edged Arsenal out of the competition. Teams that proved worthy to participate in the round of 16 Arsenal, Barcelona, Atletico, Dortmund, Chelsea, Milan, Paris, Chelsea, Zenit, Olympiacos, Leverkusen, Bayern, Galatasaray, Manchester city, Schalke, Real Madrid…
  • Unique iPhone Cases Revealed

    sportsma
    16 Mar 2014 | 1:33 am
    Before we get into sports, I wanted to shed some light for you in regards to iPhone cases…. Background Quality casing should accompany a quality product such as a phone. The case plays several roles while adding beauty and style to the gadget. Therefore, one needs to choose a case that has been well designed specifically for that product. One of the most coveted devices in the present time is the Apple designed iPhone.  The iPhones are the most common devices used today compared to laptops. This is because communication is an important thing in human life which the iPhone can offer…
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  • Infographics to Enhance Email Marketing

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:22 pm
    Tweet As you can tell from my regular “Infographic Friday” columns, I really enjoy a good infographic, and it’s nice to see the format continue to expand into different channels. As more and more teams focus on big data and analytics, it’s important to remember that we always need good ways to share and digest this data in order to make it actionable internally and engaging externally. This week, the Atlanta Hawks have started using infographics to deliver more engaging content for their playoff postgame emails, both after a win and a loss. Take a look: These emails do…
  • Collaborating in the Same Market

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:30 am
    Tweet About a week ago, Dave Cutler shared this great composite of pictures shared by all four Boston area teams on Instagram and Twitter: I love the coordination from the @RedSox @Patriots @celtics & @NHLBruins. “We’re all on the same team” #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/SvMp1tL9dv — Dave Cutler (@CutlerDave) April 15, 2014 Now in this case, the rallying cry is #BostonStrong, showing solidarity and support one year after the Boston Marathon bombing. However, this got me thinking that there is probably a lot more opportunity for teams in the same to collaborate. With…
  • Infographic Friday: NBA Playoff Ticket Prices

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:31 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from TiqIQ, who put together this interactive infographic showing the change in market prices for Round One of the NBA Playoffs compared to regular season pricing. It’s interesting to see how the Heat have the lowest premium compared to the regular season while having the highest regular season pricing. So at least according the market, there is little difference between the value of a regular season Heat game and a round 1 playoff game. Perhaps some sports business bulletin board material for…
  • Infographic Friday: MLB Opening Day

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:50 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from MLB who put together a great synopsis of all the social activity that took place on opening day. Click on the infographic below to view the original post on MLB.com.
  • #SBWeek 2014 Recap

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    8 Apr 2014 | 2:43 pm
    Tweet #SBWeek 2014 has come and gone, and I am so appreciative to all of our local hosts and attendees for their support. Here are some great stats that show the success of this year’s events: 6 host countries 31 host cities 1,500 attendees 1,600 tweets with the #SBWeek hashtag 4 million timeline deliveries (via hashtracking.com) $6,000 raised for UNICEF All of the money raised will go specifically to UNICEF’s “Sports as Change-Agents” program: UNICEF Brazil will train school teachers, football school teachers, social workers, professional club coaches and the…
 
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    Sports Marketing & PR Roundup

  • Five Years In, Beard-A-Thon Still Growing For The NHL

    admin
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:12 pm
    While it may not work at Yankee Stadium, where rules against facial hair are still in place a bit (it did work for the Red Sox last year, and a “growing” legion of MLB clubs again in 2014), but in the NHL, the fifth year of Beard-A-Thon continues to be one of the most unique fan engagement activation events in any sport. The brainchild of East Aurora, New York based Cenergy, Beard-A-Thon encourages fans (mostly male we hope) fans in each NHL playoff city to not shave during their team’s playoff run. Fans who don’t shave are encouraged to find pledge support, with monies going to…
  • Coming To A Theater Near You; Hollywood and Sport Mix Continues To Grow…

    admin
    19 Apr 2014 | 6:21 am
    In recent months we have continued to see the crossover of sport and entertainment, be it Drake playing a bigger role with the Toronto Raptors brand management, or Hollywood movers and shakers like Peter Guber and Thomas Tull taking more active roles in areas on the business side of sport. While certainly not new in many ways; Bob Hope once owned part of the Cleveland Indians, CBS controlled the Yankees for Years, Fox the Dodgers etc., the move of real-life drama to the big screen appears to be happening with more frequency now than ever before. One of the reasons is that sport, perhaps more…
  • The Power Of The Special Olympics Can Transform, Enrich Brands, Careers…

    admin
    17 Apr 2014 | 5:59 pm
    The last year has seen its own set of drama good and bad in sport across The Garden State. From the excitement of The Super Bowl to the craziness surrounding the issues of Rutgers basketball, from the new ownership of the Devils to the disappointment of the Jets and Giants, from the return of the post-Sandy New Jersey Marathon to the Shore, to the folding of the Newark Bears, the Garden State fan has been on quite the roller coaster ride from 2013 to 2014. A long cold winter seems to finally be giving way to a slightly warmer spring, and with spring comes renewed hope that better things are…
  • As Spring Slowly Arrives, There Is No LAX Of Interest In Lacrosse Again

    admin
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Every year around this time lacrosse enthusiasts start the drum beat that this is the year lacrosse crosses into the mainstream of acceptance, branding and dollars. Yet by June, a successful NCAA tournament is complete, thousands of young people have enjoyed playing the game, and the sport beats a hasty retreat, save for the outdoor professional league that holds its own but still has not gotten the exposure that all had hoped. However this spring, the cause for hope may be more justified because of the ever-changing political tide of college athletics. Two years ago the University of…
  • As Their NASL Season Two Begins, Can “Brand Cosmos” Keep Growing?

    admin
    13 Apr 2014 | 4:59 am
    The past few weeks the legendary Pele has made the rounds of book stores and media venues hyping his new book, while fans around the world stay glued to TV’s and mobile devices watching Champions League, news of coming World Cup, and final races for all the elite leagues across Europe. In North America, Major League Soccer continues to expand its footing as its franchises ramp up their marketing push and the league itself readies for expansion with new clubs in Orlando and New York and the continued buzz of a potential David Beckham-led franchise in Miami and new announcements in markets…
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  • Giving Back in Los Fierros, Nicaragua

    Ana
    18 Apr 2014 | 1:31 pm
    This past spring break, I was one of ten students from the Lundquist College Honors Program who traveled to Nicaragua on a service trip. Working in partnership with Panorama Service Expeditions, we built a house in Los Fierros, a village near the city of Managua. This experience was made possible by the incredibly generous donations from the Lundquist College of Business, Oregon Community Credit Union, Allann Bros, and Mike Dore. We are also very grateful to Deb Bauer, director of the Honors Program, who spent her spring break working side by side with us and contributed greatly to our…
  • Emerging Market Fund: Winter 2014 Summary

    strub@uoregon.edu
    16 Apr 2014 | 12:19 pm
    Overview Winter term proved to be a challenging investment climate for the UO EMF team as emerging markets experienced a volatile start to 2014. When classes began in January our benchmark, the MSCI Emerging Markets (EEM) was at $39.57 per share. It subsequently fell to a low of  $37.78 on January 29th before finishing the term with a strong rally, ending at $41.01 on March 31st.  The volatility also affected our portfolio as we followed a similar trend as the EEM, losing value early in the year and recovering as the semester came to a close. Portfolio At the beginning of the semester our…
  • The 2014 Warsaw Bay Area Adventure

    Jeff Angus
    15 Apr 2014 | 8:00 am
    The incredibly rich experiential learning opportunities provided by the Warsaw Sports Marketing Center (and the Oregon MBA) are unrivaled in the sports marketing space. Along with the rest of the first-year MBA class, I recently returned from a whirlwind week of information and education in the Bay Area. In six short days we met with both Oregon alumni and influential sports industry members at the San Francisco Giants, the Golden State Warriors, Visa, EA Sports, Google, and a number of other companies. Read on for some of the highlights of the 2014 Warsaw Bay Area trip. The Warsaw crew split…
  • NVC 2014 is in the books!

    lloepp
    7 Apr 2014 | 8:22 pm
    Every spring for the past 23 years the University of Oregon has hosted a business plan competition. What started with just a few teams from within Oregon has evolved to be an international event with teams competing from all around the world! The New Venture Championship (NVC) is held in Portland, Oregon, giving global student teams a chance to visit the beautiful Pacific Northwest. This year NVC teams came from across the United States, Thailand, Hong Kong, and India. There are several different competitions within the business plan championship including Best Written Business Plan, Best…
  • A Lifetime of Leadership

    lstrohm@uoregon.edu
    18 Mar 2014 | 7:59 pm
    It is not often that we get to meet our heroes face to face. But on our recent MBA study tour to Seattle that happened for me. I’d known of Denis Hayes and his work since he led the first Earth Day Celebration in 1970. We climbed six stories of the beautiful stairs in the new Bullitt Center, the “greenest commercial building in the world”, to meet him. The Bullitt Foundation office was elegant, yet democratically arranged in an open fashion, a wall full of books behind his desk. We all sat at a glorious handmade wood & metal table in the glass-enclosed conference room, watching the…
 
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  • Latest Edition of Sports Business Radio now available via Podcast

    Brian Berger
    21 Apr 2014 | 10:36 am
    Christine Brennan of USA Today joins us to discuss the startling stats around the decline of the number of people playing golf as well as the lack of African American players in MLB. Zvee Geffen from Topps joins us to discuss how the trading card company is thriving in the digital age. Dr. Rahul Desai, our sports injury expert, stops by to discuss the epidemic of Tommy John surgeries for MLB pitchers. Listen to the show here: http://www.sportsbusinessradio.com/audio/2014/04/sbr-18-april-2014
  • Associated Press Feature on Sports Business Radio's 10-year Run

    Brian Berger
    10 Apr 2014 | 4:51 pm
    Sports Business Radio is celebrating its 10-year anniversary this week. The Associated Press sat down with SBR Co-Founder and Host Brian Berger to discuss the show's success over the past decade. Read the feature here: http://bigstory.ap.org/article/sports-business-radio-celebrates-10th-ann...
  • Digging Deep into College Athletics and the NFL on the 10th Anniversary Edition of SBR

    Brian Berger
    3 Apr 2014 | 4:49 pm
    We're celebrating our 10th Anniversary of Sports Business Radio, which launched 10 years ago this week. SBR Co-Founder Keith Forman joins the show to take a trip down memory lane and recount some of the most memorable moments of the past decade. Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports joins us to discuss the NLRB's ruling with Northwestern student athletes and how the ruling impacts the college sports landscape. Darren Heitner, sports & entertainment lawyer, Forbes.com sports business reporter and the new book "How to Play the Game" joins the show to discuss his new book and also Mark Cuban's recent…
  • Two-Time MLS Executive of the Year, Portland Timbers COO Mike Golub Chats with Sports Business Radio

    Brian Berger
    17 Mar 2014 | 8:17 am
    Mike Golub, Portland Timbers COO and MLS Executive of the Year 2 of the past 3 seasons joins us to discuss the tremendous success of the Timbers and the growth and popularity of MLS in North America. Portland will play to the MLS All-Star game in August. Brian Cheek, Director of Strategic Accounts for Postano stops by to tell us about how Postano is enhancing the social media experience for sports fans. Learn more about Postano at http://www.postano.com/solutions/sports/. John O'Sullivan, author of the book "Changing the Game – The Parent’s Guide to Raising Happy, High Performing Athletes…
  • NBA Commissioner David Stern Reflects on his 30-Years Leading the NBA

    Brian Berger
    21 Jan 2014 | 7:43 pm
    NBA Commissioner David Stern, the first-ever guest on Sports Business Radio back in 2004, is retiring as NBA Commissioner at the end of January. He joined Sports Business Radio host Brian Berger to reflect on his 30-year run as NBA Commissioner and discussed his legacy, proudest moments, biggest regrets and his future plans. Listen to the interview here: http://www.sportsbusinessradio.com/audio/2014/01/david-stern read more
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  • Infographics to Enhance Email Marketing

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    23 Apr 2014 | 2:22 pm
    Tweet As you can tell from my regular “Infographic Friday” columns, I really enjoy a good infographic, and it’s nice to see the format continue to expand into different channels. As more and more teams focus on big data and analytics, it’s important to remember that we always need good ways to share and digest this data in order to make it actionable internally and engaging externally. This week, the Atlanta Hawks have started using infographics to deliver more engaging content for their playoff postgame emails, both after a win and a loss. Take a look: These emails do…
  • Collaborating in the Same Market

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    22 Apr 2014 | 6:30 am
    Tweet About a week ago, Dave Cutler shared this great composite of pictures shared by all four Boston area teams on Instagram and Twitter: I love the coordination from the @RedSox @Patriots @celtics & @NHLBruins. “We’re all on the same team” #BostonStrong pic.twitter.com/SvMp1tL9dv — Dave Cutler (@CutlerDave) April 15, 2014 Now in this case, the rallying cry is #BostonStrong, showing solidarity and support one year after the Boston Marathon bombing. However, this got me thinking that there is probably a lot more opportunity for teams in the same to collaborate. With…
  • Infographic Friday: NBA Playoff Ticket Prices

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    18 Apr 2014 | 5:31 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from TiqIQ, who put together this interactive infographic showing the change in market prices for Round One of the NBA Playoffs compared to regular season pricing. It’s interesting to see how the Heat have the lowest premium compared to the regular season while having the highest regular season pricing. So at least according the market, there is little difference between the value of a regular season Heat game and a round 1 playoff game. Perhaps some sports business bulletin board material for…
  • Infographic Friday: MLB Opening Day

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    11 Apr 2014 | 5:50 am
    Tweet It’s time for another edition of Infographic Friday. Today’s submission comes to us from MLB who put together a great synopsis of all the social activity that took place on opening day. Click on the infographic below to view the original post on MLB.com.
  • #SBWeek 2014 Recap

    russell@thebusinessofsports.com (Russell Scibetti)
    8 Apr 2014 | 2:43 pm
    Tweet #SBWeek 2014 has come and gone, and I am so appreciative to all of our local hosts and attendees for their support. Here are some great stats that show the success of this year’s events: 6 host countries 31 host cities 1,500 attendees 1,600 tweets with the #SBWeek hashtag 4 million timeline deliveries (via hashtracking.com) $6,000 raised for UNICEF All of the money raised will go specifically to UNICEF’s “Sports as Change-Agents” program: UNICEF Brazil will train school teachers, football school teachers, social workers, professional club coaches and the…
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  • Australian Rules Football – Rnd 6 The Collingwood Magpies vs The Essendon Bombers 2014

    Anthony Oliver
    23 Apr 2014 | 5:41 pm
    Gday one and all!, Well…the annual Anzac Day “Blockbuster” more like a “Busted Block” between two wannabes at “The G” The mangy Magpies and the busted Bombers 6th vs 10th wow! The money bag holding mongrels have chalked up the black & white army at $1.60 and the red & black rebels at $2.35 mmmm…..way off the mark I reckon. I would slot the pedantic Pies up at $1.50 and reel the plummeting Bombers out to around the $2.85 mark for this debacle. Here are the “low lights” from last time they played with the pill together:  …
  • Australian Rules Football – Review of Round 5 Games 2014 (Part 2)

    Anthony Oliver
    21 Apr 2014 | 4:31 pm
    Hello one and all! Let’s continue on with the remainder of  the games in round 5 2014.  Next up we saw the Essendon Bombers and the ST Kilda Saints have a go at “The Thunderdome” there wasn’t much thunder more like a summer breeze and a spring shower. The sinner Saints got the coin here as they kicked a filthy 11.15 to the Bombers 9.11 in a real “pointathon” as they hammered through an ugly 20.26 between them…..the scoreboard was uglier than the old girl next door who puts more plaster on a face before she heads off to the game than you would see in…
  • Australian Rules Football – Round 5 Games Review (Part 1)

    Anthony Oliver
    21 Apr 2014 | 3:40 pm
    Round 5 kicked off with The Richmond Tigers and The Brisbane Lions on Thursday night at “The Gabba”and as usual the Tigers had “Slick 50″ on their boots and sprayed the pill all over the paddock like a “Chinese farmer” spraying his crops with DDT” as they hammered home a filthy 15.16 on the night to the little Lion cubs 9.9 what more can I say.  Yes…TheTigers got the coin but, honestly they have got two chances of slaying a top eight side if they continue to kick like that “buckleys and zero”. They fired through the points just like…
  • Australian Rules Football – Rnd 4 The Geelong Cats vs The Hawthorn Hawks 2014

    Anthony Oliver
    20 Apr 2014 | 4:24 pm
    Hello! One & all..Well, Happy Easter to you all and I do hope you have been enjoying the holidays. What a way to finish the round 1st vs 2nd in a real “arse burner” at  Footy HQ  “The G” strap yourselves in if your at the park “suit up” and be prepared for some turbulence! this one has all the makings of a “perfect storm” and the punters will be coming out of the woodwork just like “cockroaches after a heavy downpour”.  The punters will be backing their steeds like a “degenerate punter with his ears pinned back”…
  • Australian Rules Football – Rnd 5 The Brisbane Lions vs The Richmond Tigers 2014

    Anthony Oliver
    15 Apr 2014 | 5:28 pm
    Well, they say “a picture is worth a thousand words” here’s the picture! They are obviously Lions or Tigers supporters off to the Gabba. The money men are rubbing their hands together as they serve up the tanking Tigers yet again at odds that are shorter than ” a New Zealanders Christmas present list”. The tanking tigers the team the bogan bookies “love to lay” and at $1.28 I won’t be getting on anytime soon “come hell or high water”, as for the little Lions their no value either at $3.75 filthy odds….then again they are…
 
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