The LSU men's basketball team paired a banner week — beating Kentucky and Tennessee at home — with a great mid-week victory at Florida on Tuesday.
The college football national title race in 2022 will look a lot like the one we saw in the 2021 season that just finished Monday night with Georgia's 33-18 victory over Alabama in the College Football Playoff national championship game.
A busy football weekend was fodder for a busy show Monday when the "Odds & Ends" crew convened on Bet.NOLA.com.
The NFL playoffs kick off Saturday at 3:30 p.m., and there was lots of drama in Week 18 to see who would get in on both the AFC and NFC sides.
The New Orleans Saints did their part against the Atlanta Falcons to close out the regular season with a win and covering the initial 4.5-point spread, and the hope was that effort would lead to a playoff berth.
The month of January is a prime month for college basketball to take center stage. With college football ending Monday night with the College Football Playoff championship game and NFL playoffs about to begin, attention begins to shift on what's happening on the hardwood.
College football is perhaps the one sport where it's pretty easy to pinpoint the championship game early.
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The New Orleans Saints’ chances of sneaking into the NFC playoff field as the No. 7 seed hinge on them beating the Atlanta Falcons and the Los Angeles Rams taking out the San Francisco 49ers.
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No. 21 LSU men's basketball notched its first Southeastern Conference win of the season Tuesday night, beating No. 16 Kentucky 65-60 at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.
With the 2021 fantasy football year wrapping up with championship week, the "Fantasy Roundup" recapped the final week and the season as a whole on Tuesday's episode on Bet.NOLA.com.
The NFL regular season still has a week to go, but we made it through the 2021 fantasy football season for the majority of leagues.
The standout performances of Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow and his first-round teammate, wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase, are nothing new to LSU fans.
The NFL playoff picture and the college bowl season dominated talk on Monday's episode of "Odds & Ends," the sports betting show recapping the weekend on Bet.NOLA.com.
Week 17 wraps up tonight with a Monday Night Football game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns, but the betting lines for Week 18, the crucial final week of the NFL season, are already out.
The New Orleans were fighting to stay in playoff contention, and they were able to do so behind another strong defensive performance against the Carolina Panthers.
The College Football Playoff semifinals were the No. 1 topic of discussion during Thursday’s episode of “At the Book” on Bet.NOLA.com, sponsored by Caesars Sportsbook.
One of my favorite college basketball betting angles played out on Wednesday night, and the LSU Tigers were the unwitting victims of it.
It's hard to draw too many lessons from bowl games in the modern age of top players opting out, and especially these past two seasons, with COVID-19 making a downright mockery of some teams' rosters.
It's fantasy football championship week in most leagues, which means that injuries and COVID-19 suspensions take on that much more meaning.
After the New Orleans Saints' COVID-19 ravaged roster lost 20-3 to the Miami Dolphins on Monday night at the Caesars Superdome, their playoff chances took a big hit.
Week 16 is in the books, and I hope you weren’t facing Joe Burrow in any of your playoff matchups.
On a special edition of "Odds & Ends," the weekly sports betting show on Monday afternoons, the Bet.NOLA.com crew broadcast live from Harrah's Casino in New Orleans.
The New Orleans Saints began last week as favorites for tonight’s contest against the Miami Dolphins, but the line moved in favor of the Dolphins after the Saints had a rash of positive COVID tests.
With news coming in this morning that Trevor Siemian and Taysom Hill among others were sent to COVID protocols, the line for the Dolphins-Saints game Monday night changed significantly.