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Sports And Sports Betting
Gets Some Lip Service

The practice of sports betting always has attracted a percentage of players who not only are loose with a dollar but a quote, too.Thanks goodness for that because we never could make up this stuff: “We had no money on him. I thought he was going out for a run to keep himself warm.”

--Michael O’Leary, billionaire CEO of Ryanair, Europe’s biggest low-cost airline, trying to explain why he failed to back his own horse, Hear The Echo, when he won the Irish Grand National steeplechase at odds of 33/1 in March “If I wasn’t playing, maybe I’d have a go.”

--Geoff Ogilvy, showing that if he weren’t a great golfer he might be a pretty good bettor, when informed that, after two rounds of play, his odds were 5/1 of winning the CA Championship in Doral, Florida last month over Tiger Woods, who trailed Ogilvy by just one shot at that point. Woods, the 1/2 favorite, finished fifth, two strokes behind Ogilvy.

“Historically, his tournament success in Major championships has been awesome but more like 29 percent. Even at that remarkable win rate, the chances of a Tiger Woods Grand Slam in any given year are only about 0.7 percent, or about 142/1.”

--Bowling Green professor Christopher Rump, using a mathematical principle called the “Markov chain” to calculate Woods’ odds of winning the Grand Slam of golf before this year’s Masters

“We’re not in the business of trying to give anything away here.”

--Tony Sinisi, oddsmaker for Las Vegas Sports Consultants, explaining why Woods’ pre-Masters odds of winning the Grand Slam were only 9/2

“New motto for The Players Championship now that Tiger Woods will skip it while rehabbing after knee surgery: We buried our ratings at wounded knee.”--Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel

“Q: If a baseball player’s brief stint in the Major Leagues is known as “cup of coffee,” what do you call 21-loss Coppin State’s two hour stay in the NCAA Tournament? “A: Coppin a feel.”
--Dwight Perry, The Seattle Times

More from Perry…

“Former cycling champion Tammy Thomas had all the earmarks off hardcore depo-testosterone use, a Colorado endocrinologist testified in Thomas’ perjury trial, as in such male characteristics as chest hair, a full beard and a deep voice—-not to mention incessant channel-surfing with the TV remote.”

“Actually this story isn’t entirely new. There were some whispers around the league when Debbie Clemens hit consecutive 400-foot homer off Heidi Klum and Elle MacPherson.”

--Reggie Hayes, the Fort Wayne, Indiana News-Sentinel, offering his take on the allegation of trainer Brain McNamee that he injected Roger Clemens’ wife with human growth hormone before a Sports Illustrated swimsuit shoot

More from Hayes…

“Danica Patrick will take aim at what many believe to be a truly impossible goal: becoming the first female athlete to film more commercials than Peyton Manning.”
“Becky Hammon, from South Dakota, plays one season of pro basketball in Russia and now she’s been signed to play for Russia’s Olympic team. The USA gets a case of vodka and a female hammer thrower to be named later.” --Scott Ostler, San Francisco Chronicle

More from Ostler…

“Alex Rodriguez makes $28 million this season, while the entire Marlins’ payroll is $21.8 million. What’s worse, I hear that A-Rod hit on all their wives.” “There are six people ahead of Jeff Kent for most career hits against Greg Maddux, a handful.”
--Padres announcer Matt Vasgersian, who apparently was
bon with a rare, six-fingered hand

“I never believe any of those stats. One minute the stat guy is eating his hot dog, and the next he’s writing stuff down.”

--Jeremy Roenick, San Jose Sharks, to the Calgary Sun, after the stat sheet listed his team with 18 giveaways in its Stanley Cup playoff opener against the Calgary Flames

“There is urgency to act because sporting ethic is at risk. It is an issue as important as the fight against doping.”

--Jean-Francois Vilotte, director general of the French Tennis Association, explaining why French Open organizers have filed suit to try to ban online gambling companies from offering bets on the Grand Slam tournament

Wouldn’t a more equitable solution be to police and punish complicit players rather than deny wagering to honest sports betting fans?

This article was written by Luken Karel for
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