May 16th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

Omaha has the College World Series. Oklahoma City is home to the Women’s College World Series. Las Vegas has Ceasars Palace, rolling golf courses, Britney Spears and … women’s college basketball? The case is expected to dramatically alter the landscape of sports betting, bringing an estimated $150 billion industry above ground. The ruling means each individual state will decide if its residents can bet on sports. It also opens the door for the NCAA to start holding championships events in Las Vegas, though first the organization that governs college sports will have to remove from its bylaws language that prohibits championship events in Nevada. – Lindsay Schnell, USA Today. Read More.

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