As the NFL season approaches, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen sit down to talk about the Mayweather-McGregor fight, MLB futures, some NFL headlines, and for a preview of the fantasy football season.
Race 1: 3-4-8 Race 2: 13-2-9 Race 3: 3-5-1 Race 4: 6-8-1 Race 5: 6-7-2 Race 6: 2-8-3 Race 7: 4-8-6-9 Race 8: 3-2-4 Race 9: 6-1-3-9 Race 10: 1-1A-11-5
Race 1: 5-7-1-6 Race 2: 2-9-4 Race 3: 4-2-5-9 Race 4: 1-3-6-2 Race 5: 9-4-10 Race 6: 3-8-2-7 Race 7: 9-2-1 Race 8: 8-6-1 Race 9: 9-1-5-8 Race 10: 3-2-6 Race 11: 12-1-6
Race 1: 11-10-2 Race 2: 4-1A-7 Race 3: 4-1-8 Race 4: 6-5-1A-3 Race 5: 5-11-7 Race 6: 11-4-10 Race 7: 11-1-7 Race 8: 2-10-8 Race 9: 5-6-1 Race 10: 2-7-8 Race 11: 7-8-6
Race 1: 5-2-3 Race 2: 8-2-9 Time is a flat circle. Every week I handicap the Saratoga cards, every week I give you some specific thoughts on select races, and every week I tell you that pace makes the race. Surprise Twist may not be as good as half this field, but behind a pace
I’ll take odds on anything. The Super Bowl, the Oscars, a presidential election. Anything. But no odds are quite as sweet as the first at Saratoga – when you’re still just glad to be back, standing in your suit next to the jean-shorted best friend you just met, hunched over a garbage can trying
With the NFL season quickly approaching, Joseph White and Ryan Paulsen check in with some thoughts on the NFL, the Mayweather-McGregor fight, and some tips for gambling on horse racing.
If you hit on 20, you’re an idiot. Even if you pull a miracle ace out of the deck, you’re still an idiot. Because even if it works out in the end, the wrong decision is still the wrong decision. And sometimes, on the flip side, even when it doesn’t work out in the
In a special edition of the Shoe Money Podcast, Joe Bianchino and Ryan Paulsen sit down to talk Derby, and take an early look at some NFL bets. Click here to download, or check out the player below.
Picking the Kentucky Derby isn’t supposed to be easy. It’s not a Thursday afternoon at Belmont, with a six horse field and only one that’s fast enough to beat its show pony to the wire. It’s the Kentucky Derby. It’s 20 of the world’s best 3-year-olds in a cluttered, scattered scramble that’s impossible to predict.