I do not stick to sports November 3, 2016 by Craig Calcaterra I was quoted extensively in a story in the Columbia Journalism Review about sports writers who do not, as a rule “stick to sports.” Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Craig Calcaterra Craig is the author of the daily baseball (and other things) newsletter, Cup of Coffee. He writes about other things at Craigcalcaterra.com. He lives in New Albany, Ohio with his wife, two kids, and many cats. 3 thoughts on “I do not stick to sports” Click to play hundreds of the best online Casino games including roulette, blackjack, Rainbow Richesand big-branded slots. Loading... There is more than one way to win and win big in the Sporting industry. If you are talented enough, you may be fortunate to land a very lucrative multi-million dollar contract. But if you are just a fan and enjoy sports competition, you too can benefit. You will not have one of those big time contracts, but if you have the right information and knowledge, you too can become very wealthy by betting only when the odds are in your favor. Loading... Prediction football is more of a science than an art. While a lot of people out there argue that football betting is won on factors like “gut feel”, “luck” and “experience”, the biggest winners that consistently make tons of money betting on football are still the ones who go about their “investments” in a scientific and systematic manner. Loading... Comments are closed.