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    п»їIndiana Spent Over Four Years, Untold Resources To Arrest A Single Bar Owner For Sports Betting.
    Perhaps nothing better speaks to the need for legal and regulated sports betting in the Hoosier State than last week’s arrest of a bar owner for allegedly taking bets on sporting events.
    According to reports, the Indiana Gaming Commission spent more than four years investigating an alleged illegal gambling business operating out of the Tuxedo Bar in Washington, Indiana. The owner, 59-year-old Roger Padgett, was arrested in a raid last Wednesday on four counts of “professional gambling” and was released on….wait for it…$5,000 bond.
    He was charged with the state’s least-severe level of felony, potentially punishable by 6-30 months in jail and a fine up to $10,000.
    Four-plus years investigating an alleged crime that is so low-level that it results in effectively no bond? Residents of Indiana should be very displeased with the law of the land in the state that led to the mammoth waste of taxpayer-funded resources.
    Furthermore, that the size of the alleged operation in terms of handle or revenue wasn’t reported also suggests a relatively small-time illicit business.
    Background on the bust.
    The Indiana Gaming Commission received anonymous tips in March 2014 about the gambling going on at the Tuxedo Bar, according to a report from The Washington Times Herald .
    After receiving the tips, undercover officers surveilled the bar, which reportedly included examining the bar and Padgett’s personal garbage. Agents found what they say is evidence of bookmaking, documents that allegedly contained sports betting records.
    The first trash pull that contained alleged sports betting records came in the fall of 2014.
    Other details of the investigation included undercover state officials placing bets with Padgett, reportedly throughout the course of the entire investigation.
    Additionally, authorities served three separate warrants for phone records related to Padgett’s alleged sports betting operation. Authorities identified 33 people involved with betting with Padgett. None of those individuals were arrested, per reports.
    Problem with the law.
    It’s ultimately not the Indiana Gaming Commission fault for such a mind-boggling waste of resources. The law in Indiana is outdated, to put it mildly, failing completely at dealing with a massive sports betting black market.
    There are proposals in the works this year to legalize sports wagering for the state’s licensed gambling facilities. Under plans currently on the table, a sports betting operation like the one allegedly at the Tuxedo Bar would still be a black market operation.
    With that said, Indiana should regulate sports betting in such a way that the white market it creates is more attractive to bettors than an underground book or bookie. It’s simply terrible public policy to have a white market alongside a vibrant black market that is only hindered when Indiana gaming agents or local authorities receive tips and then launch investigations.
    Having the white market naturally phase out the black market involves allowing online/mobile wagering, as well as remote account registration, to make Indiana’s legal sportsbooks competitive with offshore gambling sites. It also involves a tax rate that isn’t overly burdensome, as well not mandating any royalties or data monopolies for the sports leagues that would make legal books less competitive in the form of higher prices on wagers.
    The extension of credit that black market bookies often offer is one thing that will keep them popular indefinitely for a minority of players, as states have so far been uninterested in allowing that kind of relationship between a licensed operator and a customer. Indiana shouldn’t completely abandon enforcement actions against illegal sports betting operations, but it should move as far away as possible from the need for the kind of investigation conducted against the Tuxedo Bar.
    Indiana’s 2019 sports betting talks are still in their early stages, and it’s unclear what a bill capable of passing the House and Senate would ultimately look like. A hearing on a proposal is slated for Thursday.

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    п»їEverything DeVonta Smith said after winning Heisman.
    Alabama wide receiver DeVonta Smith was awarded the Heisman Trophy during a virtual ceremony televised by ESPN on Tuesday night. Smith made history in the process, becoming the first receiver to win college football’s most prestigious award since Desmond Howard at Michigan in 1991.
    Smith, a senior whose freshman season was capped by him catching the game-winning touchdown in overtime of the 2017 title game vs. Georgia, put up historic numbers in 2020. He enters next week’s finale leading the FBS in catches, receiving yards and touchdown receptions. He has 105 catches for 1,641 yards and 20 touchdowns. The touchdown totals are tied with LSU’s Ja'Marr Chase , last year’s Biletnikoff Award winner as the nation’s best receiver. Chase played in 15 games in 2019, while Smith has played 12.
    The Crimson Tide wideout won by a wide margin with 447 first-place votes and 1,856 total points, finishing nearly 700 points clear of second place.
    The Alabama receiver has eight games this season with at least 100 receiving yards, including two with more than 200 yards. Smith has also had at least one scoring reception in nine of his team’s 12 games this season, including seven multi-touchdown contests.
    In Alabama’s biggest two games to date, Smith has been at his best. In the Tide’s 52-46 win over Florida in the SEC Championship Game, Smith caught a season-high 15 passes for 184 yards and two touchdowns. And in Alabama’s semifinal win over Notre Dame, he had seven receptions for 130 yards and three touchdowns.
    In his career at Alabama, Smith has posted 223 catches for 3,750 yards and 43 touchdowns. Despite sharing the field with a pair of future first-round picks — Henry Ruggs and Jerry Jeudy — at receiver last season for Alabama, Smith still managed 68 receptions, 1,256 yards and 14 touchdowns in 2019.
    Scroll up to see Smith's comments after winning the Heisman.
    “First off I would like to thank God. Without him none of this would be possible. I congratulate all the finalists. Just to be in this situation with you guys, y’all are great athletes, and just to be a part of something like this is truly a blessing.
    “I want to thank my family, my mom, my dad, just everything that y’all taught me and molded me into the man I am today. I want to think my mentor Vincent Sanders. Without you I wouldn’t be where I am today. Just the rides and taking me places I want to visit, just doing things and helping me get to where I am.
    “I want to thank Coach Saban for giving me the opportunity to come play at the University of Alabama. I want to thank Coach Wiggins, my receivers coach just for helping me day in and day out, watching film and making me a better player.
    “I think my teammates. With team success comes individual success, so without y’all I wouldn’t be where I am today winning this award. And to all the young kids out there that’s not the biggest, not the strongest, just keep pushing. Because I’m not the biggest, I’ve been doubted a lot just because of my size. And really it just comes down to you put your mind to it you can do it. No job is too big. If you put your mind to it you can do it, just believe in God and you’ll get where you want to be.
    “I would like to thank Jeff Allen and the athletic training staff here for giving me all the resources to continue playing this game, for keeping me healthy so I can get out there and do the things that I like to do. I thank our president Dr. Bell and our athletic director Mr. Byrne just for being here and making everything possible with COVID going on and giving us a chance to play this season. Thank you. Roll Tide.”
    Once the announcement was read, ESPN’s Chris Fowler asked Smith about being doubted about size.
    “It’s just unbelievable. Just coming from a small place like that. You really just have to work day in and day out and just believe in yourself. If don’t nobody else believe you, you have to believe in yourself and just prove everybody wrong.”
    Fowler also asked Smith how the star-studded receivers that came before him at Alabama helped Smith along the way.
    “It’s just a family. When you got here everybody was on the same mission to become the best player they can be. And everybody helped each other in a different way. And just being around those guys they talked to me so much, just from things on the field and off the field, they just guided me to where I am today. And I’m so thankful for them.”
    Fowler concluded the interview by asking Smith what the community following in his hometown of Amite, La., has meant to him.
    “It means a lot. Some of those people have seen me since I was a kid playing youth football and basketball, just seeing me come up and they’ve been there every step of the way, even when I decided to come here. Some of them still decided to follow my journey and just be there with me every step of the way.”

    2020 Masters odds: Surprising PGA picks, predictions from same model that nailed six majors.
    SportsLine simulated the 2020 Masters 10,000 times and came up with a surprising leaderboard.
    One of the overlooked players heading into the 2020 Masters is Australia's Adam Scott. The 40-year-old has won 14 times on the PGA Tour, but no victory was more impactful than his playoff win at the 2013 Masters. Scott has played well in 2020, winning the Genesis Invitational to break a four-year winless drought. But does he have what it takes to conquer Augusta National again when the first 2020 Masters tee times begin on Thursday at 7 a.m. ET?
    Scott will go off as a 40-1 longshot in the 2020 Masters odds at William Hill Sportsbook. Bryson DeChambeau, who has been bashing drives to little-seen portions of Augusta National during practice rounds, is the tournament favorite at 8-1. Before locking in your 2020 Masters picks or entering any PGA DFS tournaments on sites like DraftKings and FanDuel, be sure to see the latest 2020 Masters predictions and projected leaderboard from the proven computer model at SportsLine.
    SportsLine's prediction model, built by DFS pro Mike McClure, has been on fire since the return of the PGA Tour in June. In fact, it's up over $11,000 on its PGA best bets since the restart, nailing tournament after tournament.
    In all, the advanced computer model has also nailed a whopping six majors entering the weekend. Anyone who has followed its golf picks has seen massive returns.
    Now that the 2020 Masters field is locked, SportsLine simulated the event 10,000 times, and the results were surprising. Head to SportsLine now to see the projected leaderboard.
    The model's top 2020 Masters predictions.
    One huge shocker the model is calling for at the Masters 2020: DeChambeau, the defending U.S. Open champion and top favorite at William Hill, stumbles and barely cracks the top 10. DeChambeau proved his style of play can lead to a major championship title, winning the first major of his career in convincing fashion at Winged Foot in September. However, DeChambuau has struggled at Augusta National, finishing outside the top 25 in his last two starts at the Masters.
    DeChambeau has also finished 30th or worse in four of his last eight starts on the PGA Tour, and his inconsistent performances can be directly attributed to his inability to find the fairway off the tee. The 27-year-old enters the 2020 Masters Tournament with a 52.68 driving accuracy percentage, which ranks 205th on the PGA Tour. He also ranks 131st or worse in total putting (251.8), putting average (1.748) and one-putt percentage (36.81), which doesn't bode well for his chances to finish on top of the 2020 Masters leaderboard at Augusta National. He's not a strong pick to win it all and there are far better values in the Masters Tournament 2020 field.
    Another surprise: Patrick Cantlay, a massive 25-1 long shot, makes a strong run at the title. He has a much better chance to win it all than his odds imply, so he's one of the 2020 Masters picks and sleepers you should be all over.
    The 28-year-old would love nothing more than making his fourth PGA Tour victory a Masters championship. Cantlay enters Masters week in fine form after winning the Zozo Championship in October.
    The former No. 1 amateur player in the world also knows Augusta National well, earning low amateur honors in 2012 and finishing ninth at the 2019 Masters. This could be Cantlay's breakthrough week on the major championship stage, which is why you should consider him for your 2020 Masters bets, according to the model.
    How to make 2020 Masters picks.
    Also, the model is targeting three other golfers with odds of 25-1 or higher to make a strong run at the title. Anyone who backs these underdogs could hit it big. You can only see them here.
    So who will win Masters 2020? And which long shots stun the golfing world? Check out the odds below and then visit SportsLine to see the projected 2020 Masters leaderboard, all from the model that's nailed six golf majors and is up over $11,000 since the restart to find out.

    Dave Caldwell's draft history with the Jaguars a mixed bag.
    He's drafted four Pro Bowlers, but whiffed on 3 high first-round picks.
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Jaguars general manager Dave Caldwell has hit the highs and lows of the NFL draft.
    When the Jaguars pick at No. 7 overall in Thursday’s first round, the team is no doubt in hunt of a starter. That’s the expectation. But reliable starter has been the exception for the Jaguars in their 24-year draft history, and a mixed bag under Caldwell.
    His draft history is certainly up for debate, especially at the top of the draft. Three of Caldwell’s six first-round picks (selection Nos. 2, 3 and 3) are no longer with the team.
    But numbers alone don’t tell the entire story.
    Caldwell has hit on several non-prime picks (outside of the first two rounds), starting with his second draft in 2014. He has picked four Pro Bowlers (defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, corner Jalen Ramsey, receiver Allen Robinson and linebacker Telvin Smith) while his predecessor, Gene Smith, didn't have one. The Jaguars hired Tom Coughlin in 2017 as executive vice president of football operations, so he's had input over the last two drafts.
    Caldwell said that he views draft classes in their entirety — not just first-round picks — when considering what’s been good and bad.
    “It’s a combination of those top 10 [pick] guys playing and the guys we’ve got in the second, third, fourth, fifth rounds that have become starters for us … kind of put the whole thing together,” he said.
    First, the good, out of the non-prime draft spots.
    Center Brandon Linder (third round) and linebacker Smith (fifth round) both came out of the 2014 draft. Guard AJ Cann has been a solid player (third round in 2015).
    Third-round defensive end Yannick Ngakoue (2016) is one of the better young pass rushers in the league. Receiver Dede Westbrook (fourth round in 2017) and safety Ronnie Harrison (third round last year) are both on the incline of their careers.
    It's the first-round misses what fans tend to remember.
    Caldwell’s first three No. 1 picks, Luke Joeckel (offensive tackle at No. 2 in 2013), Blake Bortles (quarterback at No. 3 in 2014) and Dante Fowler (defensive end at No. 3 in 2015) were all underperformers for their lofty draft position.
    Only Bortles earned a second contract from the team, a widely panned three-year, $54 million extension in February 2018 that included nearly $27 million in guaranteed money. Bortles was benched during the season and released after the Jaguars signed Nick Foles in free agency. The upside was that Bortles was the guy under center when the Jaguars reached he AFC championship game two seasons ago.
    Joeckel played 39 games with the Jaguars and is now out of the league. Fowler tore his ACL in rookie minicamp and missed the whole season. He started one game with the Jaguars and finished with 13 sacks before the team dealt him to the Rams in midseason.
    It’s too soon to label 2017 and ’18 first-rounders Leonard Fournette and Taven Bryan as anything more than works in progress. Fournette showcased flashes of dominance during his rookie year before an injury-marred 2018 season, and incidents that called his maturity into question. Bryan wasn’t much of an impact as a rookie, tallying 20 tackles and a sack.
    Dave Caldwell draft picks.
    A look at the NFL draft picks under general manager Dave Caldwell. An * indicates that player is no longer on the roster.
    Round, Position, Player, Pick No.
    1. DL Taven Bryan (29)
    2. WR DJ Chark (61)
    3. S Ronnie Harrison (93)
    4. OL Will Richardson (129)
    6. QB Tanner Lee (203)
    7. LB Leon Jacobs (230)
    7 P Logan Cooke (247)
    Glance: Too early to make a projection on this class, although it was largely forgettable last year. Jacobs had three starts and played in 12 games as a rookie. Bryan was on the field, but didn’t make much of an impact. Harrison had 24 tackles, a sack and an interception before ending the season on injured reserve. Cooke ranked third in the league 37 punts downed inside the 20.
    1. RB Leonard Fournette (4)
    2. OL Cam Robinson (34)
    3. DE Dawuane Smoot (68)
    4. WR Dede Westbrook (110)
    5. LB Blair Brown (148)
    7. CB Jalen Myrick (222)*
    7. FB Marquez Williams (240)*
    Glance: This class still has a good bit of potential. Fournette looked the part early as a rookie, but has tailed off significantly since, and missed most of 2018 due to hamstring issues and a suspension. Robinson missed all but two games last year due to an ACL. Westbrook has developed into a solid No. 2 receiver.
    1. CB Jalen Ramsey (5)
    2. LB Myles Jack (36)
    3. DE Yannick Ngakoue (69)
    4. DT Sheldon Day (103)*
    6. LB Tyrone Holmes (181)*
    6. QB Brandon Allen (201)*
    7. DE Jonathan Woodard (226)*
    Glance: The best draft in the Caldwell Era delivered an elite pass rusher (Ngakoue), a first-round talent who fell to the second in Jack, and an All-Pro corner in Ramsey. Day was the only other member of this class to see the field in Jacksonville. He had 11 tackles over two seasons.
    1. DE Dante Fowler (3)*
    2. RB T.J. Yeldon (36)*
    3. OG A.J. Cann (67)
    4. S James Sample (104)*
    5. WR Rashad Greene (139)*
    6. DT Michael Bennett (180)*
    7. WR Neal Sterling (220)*
    7. TE Ben Koyack (229)
    Glance: Fowler showed glimpses of being an electric pass rusher, but he was a major disappointment as the No. 3 overall pick in the draft. Yeldon produced in spurts, but he’s a free agent. Cann was the best pick to come out of this draft. The team re-signed him this offseason. Greene had flashes.
    1. QB Blake Bortles (3)*
    2. WR Marqise Lee (39)
    2. WR Allen Robinson (61)*
    3. C Brandon Linder (93)
    4. DB Aaron Colvin (114)*
    5. LB Telvin Smith (144)
    5. DE Chris Smith (159)*
    6. C Luke Bowanko (205)*
    7. RB Storm Johnson (222)*
    Glance: Take away Caldwell’s 2016 draft and this one ranks the second-best of his tenure. We all know about Bortles’ up-and-down five-year tenure with the team, a turnover-infested run that went to the AFC championship game, as well as a benching for Cody Kessler. Lee drew a second contract last year before ruining his knee in the preseason. Robinson was exceptional when he was here before leaving as a free agent. Linder signed a five-year extension in 2017 and has been solid when healthy. Smith was a steal in the fifth round and Colvin had 25 starts before striking it rich with the Texans as a free agent.
    1. OT Luke Joeckel (2)*
    2. S Johnathan Cyprien (33)*
    3. DB Dwayne Gratz (64)*
    4. WR Ace Sanders (101)*
    5. WR Denard Robinson (135)*
    6. DB Josh Evans (169)*
    7. DB Jeremy Harris (208)*
    7. DB Demetrius McCray (210)*
    Glance: Caldwell’s first draft was the worst one. Joeckel broke his ankle during his first season and spent the remainder of his time in town playing both left and right tackle and left guard over his next four seasons. Not only was this class bad for the Jaguars, all of these players are out of the league.
    Copyright 2019 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.
    About the Author:
    Justin Barney.
    Justin Barney joined News4Jax in February 2019, but he’s been covering sports on the First Coast for more than 20 years.

    Rickie Fowler’s honeymoon with Allison Stokke ended horribly.
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    Rickie Fowler’s first few weeks as a newlywed didn’t exactly go as planned.
    The 30-year-old golfer, who married girlfriend Allison Stokke last month, contracted a bacterial infection at the end of his honeymoon.
    “It was not a fun stretch,” Fowler told Golfweek of his condition, Campylobacter jejuni, which includes symptoms typically associated with food poisoning, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fowler and Stokke were married in Mexico and their honeymoon included trips to remote beaches.
    Though Fowler started to feel better last week, he pulled out of the Mayakoba Golf Classic in Mexico.
    Fortunately for Fowler, he has Stokke, also 30, to keep him company. They tied the knot on Oct. 5.

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