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I’m With Tony Dungy—I Would Not Have Drafted
Defensive End Michael Sam Either Because
The Media Morons Would Make It A Circus

I Would Not Have Drafted Johnny Football
Either Because He Is A Walking, Taking
Three Ring Media Circus

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By Kelso Sturgeon

Political correctness epitomizes the idiocy of an American public that is led by the nose by a political media that has a 10% approval rating. Think about that number, because it means 90% of the country thinks those covering politics are air-headed cretins that ignore and twist the truth while reporting on only the things that promote their collective personal beliefs.  Let’s just call it what it is—fools with no love for the truth leading fools who far more resemble sheep that homo sapiens.

Until recently I ignored that world because I rejected it out of hand—and then it started to creep into sports. First, there was television talking head Bob Costas using his sports platform to attack anyone who believes in the constitutional right of Americans to own guns. And then Eric Baldwin, who writes for Yahoo sports, fired a vicious shot at former NFL football coach Tony Dungy this week because the latter said he would not have drafted Michael Sam, the first openly gay player who after his college career declared his sexual preference.

While Dungy is one of the most respected individuals in football history, Baldwin indirectly made him out to be a bigot to the 100th power—a strong candidate for Satan’s red-hot subterranean carnival.

The controversy began when Dungy was asked whether he would have drafted Sam, an openly homosexual who was the Southeastern Conference’s defensive player of the year who was one of four players the St. Louis Rams took in the seventh and final round.

The question was simple, as was the answer, but as usual the media and Baldwin had the sensational story they needed in order to fill a column with words. God forbid these guys would get anything right.

There was a logical reason for Dungy’s answer to the question and here is the statement he issued after the press decided to take this “sensational” story and run with it.

Dungy Speaking What Was On His Mind

In response to quotes that appeared in Monday's media, Tony Dungy has released a statement. The full content of it appears below.
“On Monday afternoon while on vacation with my family, I was quite surprised to read excerpts from an interview I gave several weeks ago related to this year’s NFL Draft, and I feel compelled to clarify those remarks.

“I was asked whether I would have draft Michael Sam and I answered that I would not have drafted him. I gave my honest answer, which is that I felt drafting him would bring much distraction to the team. At the time of my interview, the Oprah Winfrey reality show that was going to chronicle Michael’s first season had been announced.

“I was not asked whether or not Michael Sam deserves an opportunity to play in the NFL. He absolutely does.

“I was not asked whether his sexual orientation should play a part in the evaluation process. It should not.

“I was not asked whether I would have a problem having Michael Sam on my team. I would not.

“I have been asked all of those questions several times in the last three months and have always answered them the same way—by saying that playing in the NFL is, and should be, about merit.

“The best players make the team, and everyone should get the opportunity to prove whether they’re good enough to play. That’s my opinion as a coach. But those were not the questions I was asked.

“What I was asked about was my philosophy of drafting, a philosophy that was developed over the years, which was to minimize distractions for my teams.
“I do not believe Michael’s sexual orientation will be a distraction to his teammates or his organization.

“I do, however, believe that the media attention that comes with it will be a distraction. Unfortunately we are all seeing this play out now, and I feel badly that my remarks played a role in the distraction.

“I wish Michael Sam nothing but the best in his quest to become a star in the NFL and I am confident he will get the opportunity to show what he can do on the field.

“My sincere hope is that we will be able to focus on his play and not on his sexual orientation.”

Johnny Manzeil—The Game’s The Same

The bottom line on Sam is quite simple. If he can play, he will get a job in the NFL, If he can’t he won’t. The NFL is the world’s biggest meat rack, has no conscience and sign and pay players who should be in the penitentiary.  Nothing matters if you can get it done.

Now we have the case of Johnny Manziel, one of two first-round draft choices of the Cleveland Browns. Manziel was a sensational quarterback at Texas A&M and earned his bones on national television when two seasons ago he dismantled top-ranked Alabama in a manner that suggested he was a very special player and it was no accident he won the 2012 Heisman Trophy.

It was no accident he fell from being the number one pick in the 2014 draft to the 22nd spot. Teams that needed a quarterback passed him over because of character issues that are still part of his personality. At a time when Manziel should be focusing on football, he is flying around the country to party with the girls of Las Vegas and in Los Angeles with such skunks as so-called singer (I hope he’s saved his money because his honeymoon is about over) Justin Bieber.
The Browns have asked him to cool it and focus on football but he told the powers that be he would do as he pleased on his own time.

Manziel is living life on his own terms, which is his right, but he’s on a down-bound train that will in the end ruin him. You can’t fix stupid and I would never put up with the distractions he brings to the game.

And, last but not least, all you morons who want to ruin sports with your selective love for political correctness can kiss where I can’t.

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College Basketball News

Charles, Liberty edge Sparks

Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Tina Charles had 31 points and 15 rebounds and the New York Liberty edged the Los Angeles Sparks, 66-64, on Wednesday night.

NBA News

Griffin withdraws from US national team

Los Angeles, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin announced Thursday he will not play for the U.S. national basketball team this summer.

Kelso's Advanced Sports Betting: Should You Bet "Early" College Football Options?

Many Las Vegas sportsbooks have now made available betting options for the 2014 college football season. Among the choices for gamblers living here in the world capital of sports betting:

  • Futures Odds to Win the National Championship
  • Futures Odds to Win the Major Conferences
  • Over/Unders on Regular Season Win Totals
  • Special "Game of the Year" pointspreads on select matchups

Generally speaking, I would advise against all of you who are regular students here in my College of Advanced Sports Betting and Handicapping from betting what's available. Here's why:

  • Futures Odds are nowhere near the "true" odds, and therefore offer no value
  • You can often get better value backing a key team in rolling parlays
  • Regular Season Wins and GOY lines often have low limits
  • Sharps often take out most or all of the value right after the openers go up
  • Betting NOW means that money sits in the sportsbook for months

If you're RIGHT, you don't get paid until December of January on many of those. You could have probably earned more profit from that same money by keeping it in your bankroll while you build profits through the season.

That being said, don't let anyone ever say that KELSO STURGEON ever told you to pass up free money. If you don't mind letting the sportsbook hold onto your cash for half a year in an instance where you're CONVINCED that a horrible number is on the board…then it's okay to bet. Go for the maximum bet that sportsbook allows at low limits…or the maximum bet your bankroll allows under responsible guidelines.

Best case scenarios:

  • The line just went up and you get there before everyone else does
  • Some sort of injury news breaks and you get to the window before the line has adjusted
  • You have a great read on a team of interest in your area because you follow offseason developments much more closely than others in the market do

This is where I can justify a big bet on a regular season win total or a "game of the year" option in college football. If the team you follow most closely is either going to be much better or much worse than expected because of insights you've garnered from your proximity, then it's silly not to take that free money.

Maybe the new quarterback options are all bad, and a previous bowl-caliber team is going to fall off the map because last year's starter graduated. Maybe a coaching change is going to improve fortunes very quickly, or mess up team chemistry that had been there under a predecessor who got hired away. Maybe a new offensive coordinator is going to install a system that lines up perfectly with the available talent.

In these instances:

  • Don't worry about "odds" to win, those still don't offer true value
  • Bet the Over or Under on the win total (depending on your read) aggressively
  • Bet any "game of the year" options aggressively

Remember that those "game of the year" options allow the freedom to shoot some middles later in the season if you're read is correct and the lines eventually adjust. Let's say a sleeper is only -4 right now in a game against their rival. If you think it's going to be a big season for that team…and you're right…that line might be -10 or higher come kickoff. You can buy some back on the dog and go for a really big payoff.

For most of you…summer college football should be a pass. The value just isn't there…particularly after the lines have settled. And there's no reason to let your money sit in a sportsbook vault for six months when you can be more flexible with it once the season starts. The Dean of Sports Handicapping says students following the coursework here should only get involved in specific circumstances that involve a team you know inside and out that's currently being mispriced by the market.

We'll talk more about football and baseball all through the summer here in the coursework. Our next get-together will be early next week. If you'd like to build your bankrolls for football with some summer baseball, I strongly encourage you to purchase my daily best bets. You can get those right here at this very website with your major credit card. If you have any questions about early-bird football or extended summer baseball packages, please talk to one of my representatives in the office at 1-800-755-2255.

College football will be here before you know it. Don't forget that the first big day of action is on the final Saturday of August rather than in early September. I hope that you've already been studying those offseason newsstand preview magazines and building some initial Power Ratings. A prepared bettor is a winning bettor!

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