Saturday is a great day for online sports betting

It’s just about all here today folks! For Saturday, just about all the major sports are represented in our best online sportsbooks, and I for one am having a great day kicking back, and enjoying the baseball, football, and now hockey that is all in action today around the U.S. Big games in the Major League Baseball Divisional Series are underway already in the National League, as the Chicago Cubs are here in Los Angeles looking to stave of elimination against the impressive Los Angeles Dodgers crew. Hiroki Kuroda goes up against Rich Harden, who will try to keep the Cubbies, and the Chicago faithful in the playoffs for at least one more game. What has been impressive thus far is the Dodgers ability to play small ball, something that coincidentally Lou Pinella has always been good at, but finds that philosophy being used against his team. The Dodger pitching staff has also done a fabulous job thus far, keeping the heart of the order unproductive and unable to capitalize on the scores of base runners that the Cubs have put on base so far. I’ve got to say that Chicago doesn’t look good to continue on in this series, and my money is on the Dodgers to close out today at (read the review of Superbook).

In the other series between the Milwaukee Brewers and the Philadelphia Phillies, the roles are reversed, and the away team has the 2 game advantage in this series. It would be a tough bet to go against the Brewers at home though, especially considering that Jamie Moyer takes the mound against a Brew crew looking to score some big runs at home. Quickly moving on to NCAA football, it is worth mentioning that there are plenty of great match-ups to choose from in our top sportsbooks here at, specifically with the SEC and Big 12 conferences having a handful of great games this week. Auburn and Vandy is the game of the week in my mind, and this has upset central written all over it this year (even though Vanderbilt hasn’t topped Auburn in years, they are a different team looking to go 5-0 for the first time in 65 years). Ohio State and Wisconsin should be another great game to catch today, as these two teams are still solid contenders for a BCS bowl bid. Two other big games to check for include the Texas vs. Colorado showdown, and the Kentucky vs. Bama game that could get interesting if Alabama doesn’t rack up points early. This is a complete and overwhelming day for betting on sports, so choose those bets carefully, and get down to our featured sportsbooks reviewed on our site for all the action.

Enjoy the wide variety of betting on sports available at some of the best online sportsbooks on the internet. Until tomorrow, good luck on your top sportsbook betting and enjoy this great day of Major League Baseball and NCAA Football!

Aaron G.