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You sometimes hear the phrase " I do this for fun."

While gambling is considered "fun", theact of losing money has never been pleasurable. So while you may think you're having fun on a Saturday betting college football games, know the endgame is to stack paper and chips. Treat it as a secondary income, which will keep you in line. You don't have to bet the house.

Take your time, pick your spots and know there is always another game. Well, that is if you don't bet the house and leave yourself without any bullets. It's a tricky game for sure, but over time you'll learn when, why and how to make it in certain situations. That's the key!

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ATALANTA VS FC SHAKHTAR

Over 3.5 5U MAX

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Chiefs TT over 12.5 2nd half 5U MAX

Lions TT over 2nd half 9.5 3U

Texas 2nd half TT over 18.5 5U MAX

455 CST 9.20

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Utah -4 5U MAX

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Parlay 1U KC -3 2nd half

Denver TT Under 10 2nd half

Rams -3 2nd half

Parlay 3U Chiefs 3rd Q ML

Rams -3 2nd half

Chiefs 2nd half TT over 14 5U MAXBroncos TT Under 10 second half 2U

9/14 921 CST

BORUSSIA DORTMUND VS BAYER LEVERKUSEN Over 1.5 2nd half 5U MAX (2.5 for game)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers 2nd Half TT over 9.5 5U MAX

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After the incident, Texans CEO Cal McNair said Dell would take a while to get back to where he was in his broken fibula rehab before suffering the gunshot wound. Clearly, Dell is ahead of schedule, and that's a great thing for QB CJ Stroud and the rest of the offense.

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Speaking of building chemistry with Stroud. The Texans' most productive receiver last season, Nico Collins, is on the field preparing for a huge contract year.

All Collins really has to prove this year is that he can stay healthy. He recorded 1,297 receiving yards and 8 TDs over 15 games in 2023.

He hasn't made it through a season healthy over his three-year career. Hopefully he bucks the trend in 2024. If he does, he likely will receive a contract extension similar to Colts receiver Michael Pittman. A three-year, $70 million deal with $46 million in guarantees. If he remains healthy, he'll get that money from someone, whether it's the Texans or another team.

Especially if Diggs leaves after the season when his contract expires.

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