Barbaro's final resting place may still end up at the scene of his greatest victory in the Kentucky Derby, or close to the farm where he was born. Six weeks after Barbaro was euthanized because of complications from catastrophic injuries in the Preakness, owners Gretchen and Roy Jackson on Monday were still considering where to bring the ashes of their beloved colt.
WAC Running Backs Boise State sophomore Ian Johnson is currently second in the country, behind Garrett Wolfe of Northern Illinois, with 329 yards averaging 9.4 yards per carry with a nation-leading seven scores after blowing up Oregon State for 240 yards and five touchdowns in the 42-14 win. He ran for 89 yards and two touchdowns in the opener against Sacramento State. Fresno State's Dwayne Wright is third in the nation with 312 yards after righting for 154 against Oregon and 158 against Nevada. San Jose State' Yonus Davis has 217 yards after tearing off a career-high 184 in the 35-34 win over Stanford.
The season's right around the corner, and as always, it's gonna be a fun one. A ton of seniors to root on, newcomers to watch, programs on the rise, and a bunch of good stuff to watch out for. So, let's see who made my lists. Here are some schools that I wouldn't want to play over the next four or five seasons ...
As interest in casinos grow, public colleges begin offering students Gambling 101
The 21-year-old from the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation will enter his senior year at Morrisville State College in September as part of a growing movement: College educated blackjack dealers, casino security experts, restaurant and entertainment operators and gaming managers.
"Half Time" is a glimpse inside the fun and sexy life and thoughts of BoDog Communications Director, Penny Phang. Sit back, relax, and enjoy your front row ticket (compliments of Penny) into her fast-paced world of jet-setting and celebrity-filled meetings while navigating the exotic international gaming and entertainment world.
Betfair co-founder Edward Wray has welcomed calls by the executive vice-president of the Thoroughbred horseracing association, Chris Scherf, for tracks to set up their own betting exchanges. Wray said that; while US competition would do his own company no good, he was pleased by the growing acceptance of the betting exchange model abroad.
Slot machines have came a long way from the1895 Liberty Bell mechanical slot invented by Charles Fey. It has also came a long way from the Las Vegas gum and cigar dispensing "Keep the ladies busy" type of machines. Slot machines now take in over 80% of the total casino profits. Slot machines are a multi-billion dollar business with the average machine cost of around $2500.00 for a 3 reel type machine and over $3500.00 for one of the new video machines. Slot machines are just about the only game in casinos that provide you with the chance to make a very big profit off of a small investment.