NASCAR Odds: Duck Commander 500

Which is better: A dynasty or parity? It is an age old question in sports, one NASCAR continues to deal with to this day. Judging by the odds for Saturday night's Duck Commander 500, the sport is in the midst of a dynasty, whether the sport is ready for it or not. (more...) ...

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Will Duck Commander 500 Resurrect Struggling Stars?

What do Jimmie Johnson, Carl Edwards, Jeff Gordon, Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, Greg Biffle, and Clint Bowyer all have in common? Actually, they are similar on two fronts: 1. All the aforementioned are outside the top ten in the season standings, and 2. All are IN the top ten for driver rating at Texas Motor Speedway. Just as believers celebrated the most famous resurrection of all time last Sunday, this Saturday's Duck Commander 500 at Texas provides a possible resurrection for the 2015 f ...

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Nascar Recap: AAA 500

[caption id="attachment_685189" align="aligncenter" width="520"] Courtesy: https://twitter.com/NASCAR[/caption] When did Nascar turn into a carnival? The AAA 500 was a great race marred by a series of missteps prior to and after the race. Here's a recap of winners and losers from a surreal experience at Texas Motor Speedway. (more...) ...

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Nascar Odds: AAA 500

It's amazing what a little desperation will do. The Nascar odds are out for Sunday's AAA 500. The two names at the top are there for one reason only; for each winning is a must. (more...) ...

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The Remaining Schedule Favors A Dark Horse

  In some NASCAR circles, much talk has emerged about the possibility of a winless Chase champion. If NASCAR were Survivor, one would certainly credit Ryan Newman and Matt Kenseth with "outlasting" the competition.  Though winless, Newman and Kenseth have raised their respective games at the right time.  The Rocket Man has an average finish of 5.8 in his last five races, while Kenseth has been a solid 9.0. With that said, the biggest threat to win the Chase not named Jeff Gordon o ...

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