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Nope, LSU has 8 natties
Like in Diggstown?
Directed by Michael Ritchie. With James Woods, Louis Gossett Jr., Bruce Dern, Oliver Platt. Gabriel Caine has just been released from prison when he sets up a bet with a business man. The business man owns most of a boxing-mad town called Diggstown...
Not on the team who wins but to cover spreads i should of said..
That's interesting...covering a spread could easily be done.
high powered offenses with no defenses.
no one thinks twice when these types of offenses (Oregon) scores 70 points - it's "just the way they work"...so, it could be done, but let me point out i don't believe Oregon(Chip Kelly) is doing that at all. they just score alot of points. but i guess if he wanted to make a few bucks on the side and cover the spread, he'd be in a good position to "do his part" - right?
Ask me again on the seventh of Jan around eleven pm..
Without self-knowledge there is no individuality
Watch the Dallas Cowboys games and there's your answer.
Romo's on the take - no, say it ain't so.
he's really good then, intentionally throwing INTs to make big time money -wait, don't he make money already?
and i thought he just sucked.
There's no possible way for it to have as many people that are involved with it and no leaks.
The refs would have gotten whatever they wanted in the lockout negotiations if there was any type of organized fixing.
This post was edited by PTCcock195 16 months ago
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