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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NFL News and Notes: Mahomes Returns But Chiefs Fall

There’s no such thing as an NFL weekend without excitement and surprises, and this week was no exception. To show you just how unpredictable this league can be, here are the headlines coming out of Week 10. Unhappy Return The Chiefs got Patrick Mahomes back on Sunday, but it wasn’t enough to get them a […]

Mahomes Suffers Injury In Chiefs Win

The Kansas City Chiefs took care of business on Thursday night, beating the Denver Broncos 30-6 to snap their two-game losing streak. However, the game cost them their most valuable player, with no clear timetable for his return. Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes dislocated his right kneecap in the second quarter of Thursday’s game. He injured […]

SugarHouse Casino PA Opens New BetRivers Sportsbook

SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia has launched a $5 million BetRivers Sportsbook to replace the temporary sports betting lounge it launched last year. The new state-of-the-art sportsbook is three times the size of the previous sports betting lounge. It occupies an area of 5700 square feet on the space initially occupied by the Lucky Red Bar. The […]

NFL News and Notes: Trends From Week 4

If nothing else, it was a somewhat unusual weekend in the NFL. There were some unexpected results, as well as some more quarterback drama, which seems to be a growing theme this season. Let’s take a look at all of the top headlines from the weekend. Road Warriors It was a good week to be […]

College Football News and Notes: Cougars Choose Redshirts

By now, we’ve all had a couple of days to digest another wild weekend in college football. Let’s take a little time to review some of what happened this past weekend while also looking ahead to what figures to be another action-packed week of games. Odd Decisions In an almost unprecedented move, Houston quarterback D’Eriq […]

Houston’s Cole Reaches 300 Strikeouts

In a season that very well may end up with a Cy Young Award, Astros starting pitcher Gerrit Cole just put the exclamation mark on his brilliant season. Cole racked up his 300th strikeout of the season while earning his 14th consecutive win, leading Houston to a 3-2 win over the Rangers on Wednesday night. […]

Hype Building For Notre Dame-Georgia

We’re less than a month into the college football season, and fans are being rewarded with one of the best matchups we’ll see all year. No. 3 Georgia will host No. 7 Notre Dame Saturday night in a game that may have massive playoff implications for both teams. The hype around this game is best […]

NBA News and Notes: Grizzlies, Iguodala In Stalemate

It’s a very rare time of the year; perhaps the only part where there isn’t crazy NBA news happening each and every day. Some teams are giving lesser-known players offers to come to training camp, and perhaps there could be some veterans out there who may express their unhappiness. That is happening right now with […]

Injuries Dominate Week 2 In The NFL

As the long and grueling NFL season carries on, it is normal to see the injury bug hit every team. However, just two weeks into the 2019 season, several big-name players are dealing with injuries. Some of those injuries will keep them off the field for multiple weeks, changing the landscape of the league in […]

NCAA Football News and Notes: Gators Take Hit

It was just another normal college football Saturday. Of course, that means surprising results and important storylines. Here are some of the top headlines coming out of the third week of the season. Gator Chomp The Florida Gators made an impressive comeback against Kentucky on Saturday night, but they had to do it without starting […]