About Ashley Anderson

Ashley Anderson was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She previously worked as a staff writer in her hometown before serving as an editor for Bleacher Report while based in New York and LA. She's a fan of the New England Patriots, Louisville City soccer, college football and basketball, and is still trying to quit the fantasy football league she joined back in 2013.

Weekday NCAAF betting preview: UCLA vs. Stanford & more

Even with Stanford’s third-string quarterback under center, UCLA’s defense is just too poor to stop the Cardinal and keep this game close.

The 49ers might be more dangerous than the Patriots

Week 6 of the NFL schedule was full of surprises. Here are the five lessons we learned after watching film and crunching data.

NFL Week 7 Betting Guide

It turns out Kirk Cousins isn’t the weakest link after all. The Vikings QB responded to criticism on Sunday by throwing for 333 yards and four TDs in Minnesota’s 38-20 trashing of Philadelphia. “Captain Kirk” will have a chance to prove that his latest outing wasn’t a fluke this coming weekend when the Vikings travel to Ford Field to take on Matthew Stafford and the Lions.

How important is the offensive line to an NFL team’s success?

Just how important are the men in the trenches? The New England Patriots boasted one of the best offensive lines in the league the last three times they won the Super Bowl, but is a good line absolutely necessary to claim the Lombardi Trophy?

NCAAF: Who is the better team at No. 3? Georgia or Ohio State?

Both Ohio State and Georgia look primed for a spot in the College Football Playoff. But which team is actually better?

Weekday NCAAF betting preview: Syracuse vs. NC State & 2 more

Weekday football gives you a chance to watch and wager on games that might otherwise get lost on a full Saturday slate. Want to get to know the teams? Ashley Anderson has you covered.

What we learned from Week 5 of the NFL season

What did we learn from an intriguing set of games during Week 5 of the NFL season? BetAmerica analyst Ashley Anderson has you covered.

College Football Playoff shakeup: Big Ten, SEC make biggest push

While Clemson remain atop the odds board to win the College Football Playoff, several other teams saw their championship odds improve after Week 5.

Pete Alonso and the greatest rookie seasons in sports history

New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso burst onto the major league scene with a record rookie season in 2019. Not only did the “Polar Bear” set the Mets single-season home run record with his 42nd homer on August 27, but he went on to break the MLB rookie record, as well, with his 53rd long ball on September 28. In honor of Alonso’s exceptional performance in his first season as a pro, here’s a look at five other athletes who achieved some of the best rookie seasons in sports history.