The Miami Dolphins entered this draft looking to build this team up even more after spending a lot of money in free agency. They had 14 picks, but after trades, the Dolphins added 11 new players to their roster. So where did they hit? Where did they miss? Let’s get into the Miami Dolphins Draft Review.Continue reading →
It was 2003 in the Orange Bowl, the last time Iowa and USC faced one another. In which Carson Palmer would lead the Trojans past Brandon Banks and the Hawkeyes in a decisive 38-17 win. Kirk Ferentz was the head coach for Iowa in that game and continues to be a mainstay with the team.Continue reading →
Welcome back to Damico’s Depository where I pick my locks to cover the spread in college football! Last week, I went 7-1 (Thanks, Wake Forest), bringing my year-to-date record to 29-22 (.569). A good week this week will propel me closer to my goal of .600. Let’s get into it.
I had an absolutely atrocious week last week. We’ll leave it at that since not many people saw my picks last week. I’m going to attempt to recover by giving you nine “locks” this week. Just a reminder, I am not a professional better and you shouldn’t bet your life savings on my picks. Anything can happen in football as we saw last week as most of my locks ended up not covering. If I can call myself out for doing well, I have to be able to admit when I was just wrong.
Not going to lie, my first week of this series…….did not go great. I lost all of my bets…..even my futures bet. But as good gamblers do, we do not relent. We move forward and we pick some new winners this week. Let’s get rich! Continue reading →
As expected, the Miami Heat remained with the 13th pick in what was a wild draft lottery. Once the lottery ended, multiple sites immediately updated their mock drafts. A name that’s been linked to the Heat on most mock drafts: University of Southern California’s Kevin Porter Jr. Continue reading →