Tony Valentine: Inside Sports Syndicate
July 27, 2012, 1:38 pm
Tony “The Hatchetman” Valentine is a member of the “Handicapping Hall of Fame.” He joined Chad on The Morning Page to give his insider take on the upcoming college and professional football seasons.
Tony insists that the Inside Sport Syndicate is the best sports insider betting service that money can possibly buy. What’s his secret? He has like 10 computer screens open on his desk at every moment. Some of which, include the Macbook 5 computers. He’s got browsers open up all over the place. He has web reports, injury reports and inside information reports that you cannot get anywhere else. Oh, most importantly…He only uses Firefox. He hates Internet Explorer.
As he states, he and super bowl-winning wide receiver Mario Manningham are “Boys” and he insists that his colleagues are always tailing the high-profile athletes of the NFL and the NCAA. But be sure to take this with a grain of salt because The Hatchet has been hanging out outside of the New York Giants’ training camp – even though Manningham is now a member of the San Fransisco 49ers.
The Hatchet also previews this year’s college football season. It may surprise you, but USC, Alabama and LSU are his picks to win it all while Texas, Oklahoma and Florida State are picks you would make if you want to kiss your hard-earned moolah good bye. And for anyone who is interested in handicapping the Pac-12 season, The Hatchet does provide some insider information. You may want to write down some key information…Apparently the Pac-12 conference is only going to be a two-team race between Oregon and USC because Andrew Luck has left Stanford and the Rodgers brothers are no longer playing for Oregon State.
Take a listen to Tony’s interview if you’re interested in handicapping the 2012 football season. If you’d like to get a hold of Tony or enroll in the services of the Inside Sports Syndicate, I think - I think...he may give his number. Oh, and don’t forget, a giant percentage of the money coming in goes to children with different families that are starving and stuff. So everybody ends up winning.