SportsLine's advanced computer model simulated Kentucky vs. Missouri 10,000 times. by CBS Sports Staff Feb 19, 2019 at 6:23 pm ET • 2 min read The Missouri Tigers seek a signature win when they host the red-hot Kentucky Wildcats on Tuesday night. Tipoff is set for 9 p.m. from Mizzou Arena. The Tigers have been beset by injuries and inexperience, but have shown improvement of late, especially on their home floor. In fact, they have won of their last three home games. Meanwhile, the fourth-ranked Wildcats have won 10 off 11 and are coming off perhaps their most impressive performance of the season, an 86-69 victory over top-ranked Tennessee. The Wildcats are 11.5-point favorites, up a half-point from the opening line, while the over-under for total points scored is 133 in the latest Kentucky vs. Missouri odds. Before you lock in your Kentucky vs. Missouri picks and Tuesday night college basketball predictions, listen to what the SportsLine Projection Model … [Read more...] about Kentucky vs. Missouri odds, line: College basketball picks, optimal predictions from model on 16-8 run
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Drew Nantais @Drew_Nantais Updated at 7:58 p.m. ET Updated at 7:58 p.m. ET The Eagles' playoff magic ran out as they fell to the Saints in the NFC divisional round 20-14 Sunday night. The Eagles got off to a strong start as Cre'von LeBlanc intercepted Drew Brees on the first play of the game. Nick Foles then drove down the field on back-to-back drives to give Philly a 14-0 lead with 4:37 remaining in the first quarter. MORE: Watch the NFL live and on demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial) The Eagles had a shot to go ahead, but a pass from quarterback Nick Foles went through the hands of wide receiver Alshon Jeffrey and was picked off by the Saints' Marshon Lattimore sealing the win for New Orleans. The Saints shook off their rough start and shut out the Eagles over the remaining three quarters outscoring them 20-0. Wide receiver Michael Thomas hauled in 12 … [Read more...] about Eagles vs. Saints: Score, results, highlights from NFC divisional round game
Steven Muehlhausen Contributor @SMuehlhausenMMA Updated at 11:44 a.m. ET Updated at 11:44 a.m. ET Floyd Mayweather Jr. versus Canelo Alvarez took place on Sept. 14, 2013 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. Mayweather, who was 44-0 with 26 KOs at the time, needed big names to square off with after agreeing to a landmark six-fight, 30-month deal worth at least $200 million with Showtime/CBS in early 2013 after leaving his long-time home at HBO. The first bout under the deal — a unanimous decision win against Robert Guerrero in May 2013 — underperformed at the box office, generating one million pay-per-view buys, which was the lowest for a Mayweather fight since he had fought Ricky Hatton in December 2007 and did 920,000 buys. Stepping up to the plate was a 23-year-old, red-headed native … [Read more...] about Canelo vs. Mayweather, other archived Alvarez fight replays, highlights on DAZN
Toronto Raptorsvs. Golden State Warriors(10:30 p.m. ET Wednesday, ESPN/WatchESPN)is the most likely NBA Finals matchup,but would it be the best?Our experts answer the big questions looking ahead to June. 1. _____ would be the most competitive Finals opponent for Golden State. Kevin Arnovitz, ESPN:Toronto -- as always, health being a decisive factor. The most competitive teams in the NBA are able to morph themselves into whatever a game or series demands. These teams can succeed playing big or small, fast or slow, inside or outside, with sets or improvisational. The Raptors feature not only a slew of versatile players, but a series of versatile styles. That will come in handy against the Warriors, the team that has perfected this style.Kirk Goldsberry, ESPN:The Milwaukee Bucks or Boston Celtics. All season long the Bucks' key statistical markers have suggested they are the best team in the East. They lead the NBA in net rating by pairing the league's second-best offense with its … [Read more...] about 5-on-5: Is Warriors vs. Raptors the best Finals matchup?
The first time Chris Reilly saw Kyler Murray on a baseball field, the Oakland A’s scout remembers watching him fly down the first base line. Reilly was timing it, and so was the scout next to him. “We looked at each other and we said ‘oh boy, this kid’s gonna be special at some point.” It was spring 2017, and Murray led a game off with an infield single, stole second, stole third, and scored on a groundout. In six pitches, the future Sooners starting QB and A’s first-rounder had engineered a run. What Reilly saw goes a long way to explaining how Murray tears up defenses on the gridiron as well. In 2018, Murray throws and runs well enough to be a top Heisman finalist and Playoff semifinalist, winning the Big 12 Championship MVP, Davey O’Brien Award, and AP Player of the Year too. Just look at this. -Murray leads the nation in QBR (96.0), passing efficiency (205.7), total offense (4,945 yards), yards per passing attempt (11.9), and total … [Read more...] about How Kyler Murray’s baseball and football skills amplify each other