Next up the Independence Bowl

Yesterday was a bitter sweet day as overall it was a good day for all access clients as Reece Roberts nailed his combo (over Cincy/Duke) and cashed in on a few college hoop plays (BYU & New Mexico).

I only had 1 winner as San Jose state cashed – lost my combo on UCLA and lost a heartbreaker on Duke.

Parlay #26 lost too (UCLA & Under)..

Good news is the combo plays are currently on a 11-5 run for 68%!

Simple math guys – the cost of the combo package is $2.70 per day and you get 1 pick from me and 1 pick from Reece for a max 2 plays per day. At worst you go 0-2 and or 1-1 some days. But over the long run many 2-0 days and if you stay true to your investment and the plan you WILL MAKE MONEY!

Grab the combo package now at the top of the page and start winning today.

If you are a action player and want 5 to 7 picks daily (sometimes more) go to the Hot Cappers Report and get a longterm package or an all access plan. We throw everything we got to those guys daily including the combo picks, parlay club picks and all our best bets.

Hot Cappers Report

Today we have 3 bowl games starting with the independence bowl as UL Monroe takes on the Ohio Bobcats. Also Rutgers vs. Virginia Tech and Minnesota against Texas Tech and a slew of Hoops.

So find a package and get started today.

Underground Original

Today is Friday, December 28, 2012

Today in
Sports History

1902 – The first professional indoor football game was played at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Syracuse defeated the Philadelphia Nationals 6-0.

1918 – Georges Vezina (Montreal Canadiens) became the first NHL goalie to record an assist. The assist came on a goal by Newsy Lalonde.

1958 – The Baltimore Colts beat the New York Giants 23-17 in overtime in the NFL Championship.

1975 – The Dallas Cowboys won the NFC divisional playoff game against the Minnesota Vikings with a Hail Mary with only 24 seconds left.

2003 – New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was released from the hospital. The previous day he had fainted at a memorial service.

2003 – Jamal Lewis (Baltimore Ravens) became the fifth NFL player to run for 2,000 yards in a season. He ended the season with 2,029 yards.

2003 – Mike Vanderjagt (Indianapolis Colts) set a new NFL record when he kicked his 41st consecutive field goal.

2003 – James Holmes (Kansas City Chiefs) set an NFL record with his 27th touchdown of the season.