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In the past few weeks, Iowa's gaming commission has brought to light dozens of college athletes in the state who were gambling on sports, some of which were even betting on their own games. Former Iowa Hawkeyes WR Arland Bruce IV caught himself in quite a pickle when during a game against Northwestern last season he had to turn his own bet into a losing ticket...
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jbird711 months
Man I’m really shocked by this. I never would’ve thought we’d see this after legalizing sports gambling.
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NIL, immediate transfers, legalized sports gambling. Pandora’s Box isn’t closing.
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ALhunter11 months
480 bets totaling $1,800 how is that even possible?
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Saunson6911 months
college kids are broke.
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Saunson6911 months
I did the same in college bc I had no money
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NebraskaExPat11 months
I read a report that said this is probably way more common on just about every college team. Iowa's justice department decided to investigate and crack down, while most states have not done any investigating. Not sure if that is true, but I can't believe it's not actually far more widespread than we're hearing.
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EulerRules11 months
He probably added incorrectly and didn't realize his score would hit the over. Common Core claims another victim.
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ALhunter11 months
I'd have no problem with guys betting on other team's games, or betting on themselves to win straight up...
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CanebreakCajun11 months
Wrong. These guys from other schools all know each other.
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