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Tigers Are Not The Only Michigan Team Rewarding Sportsbook Customers!
October 16, 2006 (Detroit, Michigan) - The year 2006 has been an exciting year for Detroit Michigan fans as the Super Bowl was held there in early February and hometown native Jerome 'The Bus' Bettis finally snatched that elusive Super Bowl ring.
Now here we are on the doorstep of the 2006 World Series and the fairy tale continues in Motown as the Detroit Tigers are huge favorites to capture the coveted prize. Fans of the Tigers have been cashing large at the worlds largest online sportsbook and casino Sportsbook with their play all year.
While the Mets and the Cardinals batter and bruise each other, Jim Leyland's gang sits back and rejuvenates its tired bodies and will be well rested once the series begins.
As we flip to College Football it must noted that there are two Michigan schools that are rewarding their supporters with some nice paydays as the season heads into Week 8. While the Ohio State Buckeyes remain on top of the AP polls as the number one ranked team in the country.
Lloyd Carr's crew pushed their record to 7-0 with a huge victory at Happy Valley against Penn State and is also rewarding gamblers who are backing the blue and gold. They pushed their game against the spread record to 4-2 and I am stating here that they will beat Ohio State in Columbus in November as a dog.
While we are on the subject of teams that are cash machines for their loyal supporters, let's have a look at the Central Michigan Chippewas. The Mount Pleasant, Michigan school is a perfect 7-0 against the spread and it began back in September, when they gave Boston College all they could handle in an easy point spread cover.
This Thursday they host the Bowling Green Falcons and will look to go a perfect 8-0 ATS as -7 point favorites. Both teams are 4-3 and need just 2 more victories to become Bowl eligible and this should be a tight contest. Bowling Green has won the past 5 times, but Central Michigan has covered three of those games. Dating back to 1991, this will be the first time that the Chippewas will be installed as the favorite.
There will be a huge crowd at Kelly Shorts Stadium and the over/under total sits at 50 at www.sportsbook.com.
About the Author: Bob is an experienced sports writer and handicapper who has written for the sports industry for over a decade. He has been a regular contributer to Sports Scene, a sports consultant for television's 33 Made and other major motion pictures.