Ryan Knuppel

Ryan has been a writer in the sports betting industry for over 15 years. He has written and published nearly 2,000 articles in this space and follows every move surrounding sports. His favorite sports to bet on and write about are NFL, College Football, NBA, College Basketball and MLB.

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Harden Leading Rockets With Red-Hot Scoring Tear

On a night when only four NBA games are played, there is not always a headliner performance or a player who stands out among the rest. On Saturday night, however, the last night of No-Shave November, it was only fitting that the Bearded one, James Harden, had a magical performance for the Rockets to power […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Conference Championship Games Set

The college football regular season is officially over, but we still have 10 conference championship games to look forward to next week. Let’s take a look at some of the title games and what’s at stake in each one with regard to the College Football Playoff. Pac-12: Utah Utes vs. Oregon Ducks The Pac-12 title […]

PointsBet Joins Iowa Online Sports Betting Market

Iowa bettors have two more online sport betting apps to choose from following the debut of PointsBet and Q Casino online sportsbooks this month. The PointsBet online betting product launched officially on Tuesday after getting the green light from the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission last week. The brand, which is owned by PointsBet Holdings […]

NFL News and Notes: Saints First To Clinch Playoff Berth

With three games on Thanksgiving Day, Week 13 of the NFL schedule is already in full swing. Of course, there’s still plenty of action on Sunday as well and plenty of important information that’s come out during the holiday week. If you missed something during the holidays, let’s catch up on everything you might have […]

MLB News and Notes: Pittsburgh Hires Its New Head Man

With the holiday season upon us and the Winter Meetings on the horizon, things are finally starting to pick up during the MLB offseason. Let’s check out all of the important news and signings from the past week. The New Man The Pirates finally got around to filling their managerial vacancy, naming former Twins bench […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Rutgers Still Looking For Coach

There’s just one more week left in the college football regular season. That means there’s a lot of end-of-season type news churning. Let’s take a look at everything that’s happened since the end of Saturday’s action. No Homecoming Efforts by Rutgers to re-hire former coach Greg Schiano have reportedly failed. The Scarlet Knights are in […]

NFL News and Notes: Eagles’ Wentz Hurt Again

The weather at most NFL games this week was cold and wet, which only means that the action on the field is heating up. Let’s take a look at the big news stories coming out of Week 12. Here We Go Again In a familiar late-season twist, Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is dealing with an […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Ducks Upset By Sun Devils

Sadly, we just enjoyed the second-to-last full week of the college football regular season. On the bright side, it was a good one, so let’s take a look at the top headlines. Flying South The Oregon Ducks are the latest team to be knocked out of the College Football Playoff conversation. Oregon suffered a stunning […]

NBA News and Notes: Move Over LeBron, There’s A New Best Player In The League

As LeBron James is dominating this year, now in his 17th season, the Lakers are winning big and proving themselves as an elite team. And James is posting triple-doubles and still dunking the ball like a young man. He has Anthony Davis on his team now, and he’s been fantastic. And a player in Milwaukee […]

NFL News and Notes: Garrett’s Suspension Upheld

Week 12 of the NFL season got started Thursday night with a bang, but we’ll have to wait until Sunday for the rest of the action. In the meantime, let’s take a look at the top stories coming out of the NFL during the week. Suspension Upheld The NFL’s indefinite suspension of Cleveland Browns defensive […]