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"Winning with Integrity." More than just a catch phrase, Kent delivers winners to his loyal customers year after year.
Kent not only played Quarterback at the Division I-AA level (Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa), he covered the game at its highest level as the beat writer of the Oakland Raiders for both the Napa Valley Register and the Oakland Tribune from 1997 thru 2004. He's had 1-on-1 interviews with Steve Young, John Elway, Rich Gannon, Tom Brady, Dan Marino and many others. He's picked the coaching brains of greats like Jon Gruden, George Seifert, Steve Mariucci and Mike Shanahan.
Kent has not only played the game, but he's covered the game. Now, he profits from the game by picking winners every season!
Kent now brings his all-around knowledge of the great game of FOOTBALL to YOU. If you've never dealt with Kent, do yourself a favor and contact him today. He is unlike virtually any other handicapper in the game. He won't throw "locks" or "guarantees" at you. He'll break down the game, the line, the public perception, and tell you exactly WHY we're playing each game. And more often than not, you'll be cashing in with King Kent!
He played the game as a Division I-AA quarterback for Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. He covered both the NFL and college football for the Oakland Tribune for eight years. Now, at just 37 years of age, Kent Elola has already established himself as the premier football handicapper in America. As documented on his ESPN radio segment every Friday morning, Kent hit an astounding 70.8 percent (34-14) win percentage against the spread picking NFL games during the 2007 season, and topped that with a 72.6 percent mark in 2008! Of course, Kent always crushes the books with BASKETBALL and BASEBALL winners too, so any time of the year is the right time to play and win with King Kent! His clients also cashed in huge on his college football plays, where Kent specializes in Pac-10, Big Ten, WAC and MWC games, tapping his sources built up with over a decade of playing and media experience at the Division I level.
Another aspect that sets Kent apart from most handicappers is his laid back West Coast approach to the business. Kent doesn't make 300 cold calls a day promising "guaranteed winners" with a high-pressure sales pitch. Kent lets his knowledge of the game and unprecedented winning track record speak for itself. He treats sports wagering as an INVESTMENT, not as a get-rich-quick pipe dream. Kent has beaten the books consistently for seven straight football seasons, and has more return customers than anyone in the business. "Quite frankly, 85 percent of my clients come to me," Kent said. "I like to spend my time doing what I do best -- researching the games and contacting my sources to make sure my clients and I are on the absolute best plays of the weekend. I'd rather have a few select clients who are with me for the long haul, and interested in making some serious cash over the course of the season, than get a ton of guys coming in looking to get rich quick off some game like the handicappers who couldn't name you a single defensive player on either side."
Kent's clients get a detailed explanation with each selection, allowing them to not only win the games, but understand why they are playing -- and winning -- each of Kent's plays. He is always open to discussing a game or line with a client, and insists on setting up a personal money management system with each client on an individual basis. "I stress that all the time on my radio shows, and can't emphasize it enough," Kent says. "Money management is absolutely vital to your long-term success in this business. Having winners without a proper system in place is a waste of time.
Make an investment in me now, and let me maximize your bankroll with the best combination of handicapping and money management money can buy. After all, the whole goal of this is to have fun and win! Join my team and I promise you I'll give you the best chance at doing both all season long!" If you're going to invest your money in sports wagering, invest it wisely.