Churchill Downs Incorporated (Nasdaq: CHDN) announced today the launch of its online BetAmerica Sportsbook in Indiana. The retail BetAmerica Sportsbook opened in November at Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana.
The Gator Bowl on January 2 features a clash between the Big Ten and SEC. Indiana won eight games for the first time since 1993, finishing fourth in the difficult East division behind Ohio State, Penn State and Michigan. Tennessee came on strong after starting the season 1-4, winning the final five games to finish third in the East division at 7-5.
This year’s College Football Playoff is undoubtedly one of the best ever, but there are plenty of other fantastic bowl games during the holiday season that should have you glued to your seat from start to finish. Let’s take a look at the top five bowl games that don’t involve the New Year’s Six.
Week 14 of the college football season is just days away and we have you covered with hard-hitting insight and analysis on some of this week's most eagerly anticipated games as well as the latest trends and storylines from across the U.S.
Week 13 of the college football season is just days away and we have you covered with hard-hitting insight and analysis on some of this week's most eagerly anticipated games as well as the latest trends and storylines from across the U.S.
This week's slate of games features P.J. Fleck and Minnesota rowing their undefeated boat into Iowa, while the Penn State Nittany Lions are still licking their wounds as they look to bounce back against newly ranked Indiana.
Indiana sports bettors can now cash in on the betting expertise of Churchill Downs Incorporated, after the Kentucky-based wagering company launched a new retail sportsbook under its BetAmerica brand at the Rising Star Casino Resort in Rising Sun, Indiana.
Betting one game or one half at a time can be a wild ride. If you place wagers on the entire season you can extend that ride until March. These picks should give you a few tickets to cash before Selection Sunday.
You have to give Michigan credit for finally showing up in a big game last week against Notre Dame. Granted, the sloppy conditions were a nice bonus for the Wolverines, as they followed their blueprint for success in playing lights out defense, running for 303 yards, and allowing the questionable Shea Patterson to only throw 12 times. That’s a winning formula for Jim Harbaugh’s club.
Week 9 features a number of consequential matchups in the Big Ten, including Wisconsin looking to bounce back as they head into the Horseshoe and Jim Harbaugh looking to finally capture a signature win against the Fighting Irish.