The San Diego State Aztecs are on an incredible run this season. Entering tonight’s contest against the New Mexico Lobos, the Aztecs are currently a perfect 21-0.
San Diego State has climbed up the AP Polls. This season, the Aztecs were on the outside looking in during the preseason polls. However, the Aztecs reached number 25 on December 9th and have climbed the ranks ever since. They now sit 4th in the polls, which ties their highest rank in program history.
Current Odds Date & Time: January 28th, 2:30 P.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker SportsBetting has the O/U for the first half at 66 1/2.
As for New Mexico, they own a record of 16-6 and are ranked 5th in the MWC. This is the first of two games scheduled between the clubs. The pair will meet again on February 11th.
New Mexico had a solid 8-game win streak, that saw them pick up wins against teams across multiple conferences.
Malachi Flynn is the leading scorer for the Aztecs. The junior averages 16.8 points per game and 4.9 assists per game. If the Lobos want any shot at winning this contest, they will need to smother Flynn all over the court.
Yanni Wetzell and Matt Mitchell are two other key contributors for the Aztecs. The pair average 23 points per game and over 10 rebounds per game. Overall, the Aztecs have a stunning offense that controls the MWC.
JaQuan Lyle, Carlton Bragg, and Corey Manigault are the leading scorers for the Lobos. Lyle is the leading scorer for New Mexico, averaging 17.1 points per game. Meanwhile, Bragg and Manigault average 12 points per game each.
As the Aztecs look to remain undefeated, New Mexico may be their toughest opponent yet.
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Two games are scheduled to take place this evening for the NHL, as the Buffalo Sabres play host to the Ottawa Senators and the St. Louis Blues travel to Alberta to take on the Calgary Flames.
Instead of focusing on one game, we’ll take a look at both games and the odds for the Grand Salami. Betting on the Grand Salami for hockey is betting on the O/U for all goals scored in tonight’s games. With two games scheduled, the O/U for total goals scored is currently 11 1/2.
※ Current Odds Date & Time: January 28th, 5:30 P.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker BetOnline has the O/U for total goals scored tonight at 11 1/2.
This is an interesting bet, as only the Ottawa Senators are ranked lower than 16th in the league for goals against per game. The Senators have allowed 167 goals which is 27th in the NHL.
The St. Louis Blues are the number one team playing tonight. Ranked highly in both goals scored and goals against per game, the Blues will be a huge factor in hitting the over in goals tonight.
In the two games Buffalo and Ottawa have played in this season, the clubs have combined for a total of 10 goals – or 5 goals per game. As for the Blues and Flames, they have also scored 10 goals through two games, although one of those games was a shutout.
If the four teams stay on pace as from their previous two contests, the under looks enticing. However, fresh off the All-Star break, these teams should be well prepared for one another and it could be a defensive battle. It will be interesting to see if the teams can combine to hit the over. Ottawa and Buffalo will set the tone in the early contest over on the East Coast, while the Blues and Flames prepare for their 9 PM start (EST).
The 2019 season isn’t one the Detroit Tigers want to remember. Ending the season with a record of 47-114, they were the worst team in the MLB. This season, expectations aren’t that much higher for the struggling ballclub.
47 wins is a terrible season, but it wasn’t even the worst in the Tigers’ history. In 2003, the Tigers would go on to win just 43 games. However, 2004 saw the Tigers’ win total jump like no other. Detroit managed to win 72 games in 2004. Could we see a drastic change in the Tigers’ record next season?
※ Current Odds Date & Time: January 27th, 8:30 P.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker Pinnacle has set the O/U for Tigers wins at 56.5.
It will be interesting to see how the Tigers fare in 2020. While they are still committed to the rebuild, that didn’t stop the Tigers from adding some new names to their roster.
1B C.J. Cron and 2B Jonathan Schoop signed one-year contracts with the team. The pair combined for 48 home runs and 137 RBIs last season, so the Tigers are adding some offensive production to their lineup.
Another hole the Tigers needed to fill was relief pitching. They added Rony Garcia from the Rule 5 Draft and signed Ivan Nova to a one-year contract.
As it stands, Pinnacle has the Tigers’ o/u for wins this season at 56.5. While the newest additions to their squad won’t take them to a World Series, the Tigers are in a spot to improve from last season.
The extra power in the lineup will certainly help and if they can close out games after their starters go the distance, the Tigers could easily add a few more Ws to the win column.
The road to the Stanley Cup begins when the NHL returns from their All-Star break. The best players in the game today were celebrated this past weekend, but the grind toward Lord Stanley resumes on Monday.
Entering the unofficial second half of the season, the Washington Capitals own the best record in the NHL. Entering Monday, Ovechkin’s Caps are sitting pretty at the top of the leaderboard with a record of 33-11-5 with 71 points.
※ Current Odds Date & Time: January 27th, 1:30 A.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker 10Bet has the Tampa Bay Lightning at +750 to win the Stanley Cup.
The Boston Bruins are only one point behind the Capitals, but Washington also has two games in hand. The B’s are 29-10-12 this season. Boston has been terrific in front of their hometown crowd. At home, Boston is 17-2-9.
The defending Stanley Cup Champions are near the top of the standings as well. There was no Stanley Cup hangover for the St. Louis Blues. The hosts of the All-Star festivities, the Blues are 30-11-8 with 68 points.
Washington, Boston and St. Louis are safe picks to win the Stanley Cup, but they aren’t listed as favorites (according to 10Bet). 10Bet has the Tampa Bay Lightning (29-15-4) listed at +750 to win the Stanley Cup. Granted, the Capitals (+850), Bruins (+800) and Blues (+900) aren’t far off, but, interestingly, Tampa Bay are the favorites.
Last season, the Blues were dead last in the NHL in January. Does this mean a team like the Detroit Red Wings (+75000) or Anaheim Ducks (+9000) could make their way into the Cup Playoffs and win?
St. Louis’ season last year may be an anomaly, but it will be interesting to see if a powerhouse will walk away champs, or an underdog swoops in and claims the Cup.
The road to WrestleMania begins tonight, as WWE’s Royal Rumble takes place. The winner of the over-the-top-rope elimination style battle royale will be granted a title shot at WrestleMania.
Royal Rumble is one of the most anticipated events of the year. Kicking off 2020 and the road to the end, the Royal Rumble can be life-changing for a wrestler. We’ve seen wrestlers establish their career at events like tonight, so expect to be emotionally invested in one of the biggest PPVs for the WWE.
※ Current Odds Date & Time: January 26th, 11:00 A.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker 5Dimes has Roman Reigns at -270 to win the Royal Rumble.
Focusing on the men’s Royal Rumble, who has the best odds to win tonight and headline WrestleMania?
According to bookmaker 5Dimes, Roman Reigns has the best odds to walk out tonight as Royal Rumble winner. Reigns is listed at -270 to win tonight and headline WrestleMania. Reigns recently won the Royal Rumble back in 2015.
Drew McIntyre has the second-best odds to win tonight. The former Intercontinental Champion and two-time Tag Team Champion has not won the Royal Rumble in his career. He is listed at +250 to win tonight.
Wrestling odds are interesting because the outcome is predetermined. However, while Reigns may be the favorite to win, that could change at a moment’s notice. If you follow the pro-wrestling industry at all, you’re aware that Vince McMahon can change his mind at a moment’s notice. Is tonight’s finish already booked, or will some last-minute changes sway the odds considerably?
Who is your pick to win? Reigns and McIntyre have the best odds of the men’s roster, but could WWE throw a wrench into those plans moments before showtime?