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NFL Slim Pickins: Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks, Andy Dalton, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY– This edition of Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks is brought to you by Rittenhouse Rye Whiskey and is surprisingly being written on a Thursday because of one reason and one reason only… this weekend’s opening round of playoffs will suck. Don’t believe me? Taking a look at the four point-spreads for these games, […]

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New Year’s Gambling Eve: FREE NFL Picks, Notes, Joe Namath, Cheerleaders

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TIMES SQUARE – The Waterford Crystal ball descends tonight to usher in 2018, but before that happens I’ll be tapping into my crystal football for the last edition of Cheesy Bruin’s FREE NFL Picks. No other team sport season flies by quite like the NFL, as it seems like just yesterday I was making over/under […]

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Scalding Hot Cheesy Bruin’S Free NFL Picks, NFL News, Cheerleaders

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MARLBORO, NY – Timing is everything in life, like a long Las Vegas weekend coinciding with last week’s clean 4-0 sweep of my weekly Cheesy Bruin’S Free NFL Picks. The cashing of sports book tickets paid for the entire trip and only the Knicks blowing a 21-point lead at home kept me from cashing in […]

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Thoughts on Sunday’s Big Game, Cheerleaders, Yanks, Mets, Rangers

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s a spectacle every year and this year will be no different. The Big Game is here. I’m talking, of course, about the Rangers’ game against the Calgary Flames at the Garden this Sunday. The Rangers are coming off of a rough stretch of games. After getting busted up by the […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s Free NFL Picks, Cheerleaders, NFL Notes

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MARLBORO, NY– One thing I know about myself: for as long as I can remember, losing at anything never sits well. This rule also applies to my favorite teams, the Boston Bruins and Dallas Cowboys. Especially when they were on the short end of games against the hated Montreal Canadians and New York Giants, respectively. […]

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Touchdowns for Jesus? Doc Diz re College Football Playoffs

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FORT WORTH, TX – Down at Poag Mahones in the Fort…drinkin’ Rahr beer and discussing, with my fellow denizens of the night, the upcoming College Football Playoffs. We have 11-1 Alabamie at #1 Oregon, # 2, TCU at 11-1 as # 3 and Florida State at 12-0 coming in # 4.  Ohio State and Baylor, both […]

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Free Week 10 NFL Picks Against The Spread

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NEW YORK, NY – Gambling on sports is a lot like shopping for a car or other high ticket items where you poke around trying to find the best price possible. Case and point: last week I instructed readers to take the Yikes/Cowboys Under 48 1/2 using Friday’s line. Smart visitors of this site (if […]

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SEC Haters, BCS Championship Picture & 5 Can’t Miss College Football Picks

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FORT WORTH, TX – In New England High School football, my boys from Torrington won the annual Thanksgiving Game. The TCU Horned Frogs put the defensive clamps down on the Longhorns Turkey Day Night. So what could possibly bum yours truly out? The SE friggin’ C… Just two weeks ago, Johnny Football led the Aggies to […]

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Cookie’s Corner: “Gimme An “S-P… Yay, Sports!”

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SIS-BOOM-BA, CT – With March Madness underway, my lack of basketball knowledge and several weeks of receiving lame SMSs (Short Matt Suggestions), I finally to put one to work… sort of. He suggested covering March Madness cheerleaders; I took that theme and turned it into cheering for those keep us MARCHing on.

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L.A. PLAYS CHICKEN WITH THE NFL

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by West Coast Craig SAN GABRIEL VALLEY – It’s been fifteen years since Georgia Frontiere and Al Davis became so upset that SoCal taxpayers refused to pony up dough for new stadiums that they took their ball and left town. Sure, there was some rage and a sense of betrayal, but not quite on the […]

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