29 Results for month: 11/2016

Cokin’s Corner, Sunday 11/6/16

Bobby Petrino might not be everyone's favorite football coach. But let's give the Louisville head man props for calling it straight yesterday. Petrino basically came right out and said it's important to win by big margins whenever it's possible because that will impact the thought process of the College Football Playoff committee. Needless to say, the ... More

Cokin’s Corner, Saturday 11/5/16

The usual quick late Friday evening blog, with a fast recap of the completed action for today and a look ahead to one of Sunday's NFL games. Friday evening worked out perfectly with a pair of NBA winners plus what was one of my easiest decisions in quite some time. That was a CFL play on Winnipeg that I played and sent out to clients at pick 'em. The ... More

Cokin’s Corner, Friday 11/4/16

It's only one game, but I think it's safe to say every NBA fan got a glimpse of what's possible last night. The Golden State Warriors laid absolute waste to Oklahoma City, and it was ex-Thunder superstar Kevin Durant showing just much his former team is going to miss him. The Thunder looked good early and then it happened. Jerami Grant put down a ... More

Cokin’s Corner, Thursday 11/3/16

Here's this week's rundown of college football games where there's sharp money showing. Information is garnered from various Nevada books as well as offshore entitites, plus stateside underground stores. Any observations or comments are courtesy of my contacts. 316 Colorado is getting attention from some pros, which doesn't seem to be surprising anyone. ... More

Cokin’s Corner, Wednesday 11/2/16

Oh, come on. I realize the college football playoff picture is far from settled. The rankings as of today are not what they will be following December 3, otherwise known as Championship Saturday. But the fact is that as of today, Texas A&M is in and Washington is out. The rationale, says the committee, is that the Aggies have played a tougher ... More