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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MLB News and Notes: Martin Stays With Braves

The Major League Baseball offseason hasn’t quite picked up steam just yet with the Winter Meetings still a couple of weeks away. However, there’s still plenty going on around the league. Let’s catch up on what you might have missed over the past week. I Choose Martin The Braves will not stop their quest to […]

Kindred’s Unibet Goes Online In Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania bettors now have the luxury of choosing from seven online sportsbook brands, thanks to the rollout of the Unibet app by Kindred Group last week. The operator has been running a Unibet-branded, land-based sportsbook at Mohegan Sun Pocono since late September, and now they have the opportunity to serve a more extensive customer base […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Divinity Back With LSU

It’s a little hard to believe, but the college football regular season is slowly coming to an end. With so much on the line, let’s catch up on everything that’s happened since Saturday’s action ended. Guess Who’s Back Two weeks after taking a leave from the LSU football team to attend to personal issues, linebacker […]

NFL News and Notes: League Hands Out Suspensions

Week 11 of the NFL season wraps up Monday night with an AFC West showdown in Mexico City. But first, let’s take a look at everything that happened stateside this weekend. The Fallout We’ll start with the fallout from Thursday’s brawl between the Steelers and Browns. Cleveland’s Myles Garrett received an indefinite suspension that will […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Alabama Loses Tua

Week 12 of the college football season turned out to be the place where dreams go to die. Let’s take a look at all of the headlines. Ouch! The season is over for Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. After starting Saturday’s game against Mississippi State as a game-time decision because of his ankle injury, Tagovailoa suffered […]

NBA News and Notes: Surprises Of The Season

Today’s news will be all about the teams who have taken to shocking the folks around the league with their hot starts. This season features various upstart teams that have come out of nowhere to dine among the elites through the first several weeks. Miami Heat We start off with the Miami Heat, who knocked […]

NFL News and Notes: Brawl Mars Thursday Night Football

Just one game into the Week 11 schedule and already there’s season-altering news in the NFL this week. Let’s catch up on that and everything else that has happened this week. Big Brawl If you went to bed before the last few plays of Thursday’s Browns-Steelers game, you missed one of the ugliest moments in […]

MLB News and Notes: Giants Find Bochy’s Successor

Traditionally, the first couple of weeks of November aren’t the busiest times of the baseball offseason. However, there’s been enough going on this week that it seems worthwhile to catch up on everything that has happened. Under New Management More than a month after Bruce Bochy retired, the Giants have hired Gabe Kapler as his […]

DraftKings Extends Partnership Agreement With Sportradar

Daily fantasy sports provider and sportsbook operator DraftKings Inc. has announced a long-term partnership extension with its sports data and content supplier, Sportradar. Under the terms of the contract extension, Sportradar will continue to supply DraftKings with official data feeds for several leagues, including the NBA, NFL, and MLB. In addition, DraftKings will utilize a […]

NCAA Football News and Notes Morris Out At Arkansas

As we await the next weekend of exciting action, now seems like a good time to take in all of the news that has happened in the college football world since Saturday. Quick Axe No one ever said life in the Southeastern Conference would be easy. Chad Morris ended up lasting less than two years […]