Judge declares mistrial on Roger Clemens case 
After 36 months of investigations, a trial that lasted approximately a month and millions expended, it seems like Roger Clemens might walk free concerning his perjury case as Judge Reggie B. Walton declared a mistrial due to the usage of inappropriate evidence to support the main witness’s credibility. A hearing was programmed for September 2 when it will be decided if there is going to be a retrial or if a double jeopardy is going to be declared (in such case Clemens walks free)

Mcllroy and Clarke are favorites to win British Open
Some of the big names in golf had made their exit from the British Open as Darren Clarke and Rory Mcllroy continue to lead this edition of the Briton championship which is taking place at Sandwich, Kent. The casualties include Lee Westwood and Luke Donald, the top 2 ranked players in the world, and with their departure, fans of the sport are expecting a tough fight between McIIroy and Clarke for the definitive leadership.

The Royal St. Georges course has proven to be a true test for the biggest players, and the last two rounds of the tourney are promising to be quite battled between the leaders, which are separated by only seven shots.

Hines Ward arrested under DUI charges
On a different note concerning the NFL, Hines Ward, the wide receiver from the Steelers, was arrested in DeKalb County, Georgia under DUI (driving under the influence) charges. Before the incident, the Dancing with the stars champion was seeing a role model, but this kind of conduct is truly putting his career in jeopardy, as the 4 time Pro Bowl selected player is now seeing a negligent driver.

James Harrison attacks Goodell on interview 
2009 AP Defensive player of the year James Harrison from the Steelers went on a verbal rampage on a magazine interview, and the main victim of suck attacks was NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, whom Harrison qualified as a puppet and a crook. Art Rooney II, the president of the Pittsburgh football franchise said that he hasn’t read the interview, but also pointed out that once he does, he will sit and talk to the player in order to clear out the matter for good, that is, when the lockout resolves.

Brees quite optimist on CBA deal
Drew Brees recently commented that CBA negotiations at a point where just a handful of details need to be resolved, but other sources are saying that the comments from the Saints quarterback were made to put pressure on the owners. Now, it is clear that a final deal is closer, but nobody with true knowledge on the matter is as optimist as Brees as to the time it will take to put everything on paper.

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Michael Hill is an avid sports fan and a sports writer who has been in the betting and price per head industry for years. Michael writes about his experience and offers tips for other aspiring entrepreneurs who wish to make a living with sports bookmaking.

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