Sportsbook Is On The Road To March Madness!
December 4, 2006 (Miami, FL) - Most of America was glued to the television set this past Sunday as the NCAA announced who would oppose the mighty Ohio State Buckeyes, for the BCS Championship game in Glendale, Arizona. Shortly after 1600 hours the celebration began in Gainesville, Florida as the hometown Florida Gators are going to get their shot at Ohio State.
Meanwhile in Tallahassee, Florida on the campus of Florida State, the Seminoles were hosting the defending NCAA Basketball champion Gators. The home side stunned the #4 ranked Gators as sizeable underdogs and yes the College Basketball season is alive and well. As is the case every year, when Americans look to wager on Sports games they head to the most reliable online sportsbook in the nation www.sportsbook.com.
Everyday Sportsbook offers point spreads and over/under totals on the plethora of games that dot the schedule. At 6-0 you can expect the UCLA Bruins will be sitting in the penthouse as the number one ranked team in the country, when the new polls come out this week. Big East Pittsburgh Panthers will be number two and I suspect that Ohio State will plummet a few notches after going down to defeated at Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Keep an eye on the Nevada Wolfpack this season as they have two awesome players in guard Ramon Sessions and center Nick Fazekas, who just may be the best player in America these days. Syracuse got knocked off at home on the weekend by upstart Wichita State and the Shockers are 6-0 to begin the season.
Perennial power, Duke, is young but as always very talented and 7-1 after knocking off a Georgetown team that is underachieving early in 2006. One team that is garnering a whole lot of attention is the Marquette Golden Eagles who took apart Duke last month and is 8-0 to begin the season.
It's going to be a wild and wacky College Basketball season so fasten your seat belt and let the talented customer service staff at Sportsbook.com be your host for the ride.
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.