Gagnon, Cousin Sal Add More Winning Weeks in Ultimate Football Challenge

It was however another winning week for Harry Gagnon andCousin Sal Iacono at the Golden Nuggets Ultimate Football Challenge, as both contestants continued their quest to be the ideal handicapper among 282 complete entrants in the vegas contest. The duo went a joint 8-5-1 in Week 5, with GagnonsCuseboy entrance falling short of an even better record as soon as the Cleveland Browns (+3.5) were blown out on Monday night.
Gagnon finished up 4-2-1 to improve to 21-13-1 overall (21.5 points) while Sal moved 4-3 to proceed to 19-15-1 (19.5) to Team Odds Shark, remaining within striking distance of their three contest co-leaders who each have 25. Cuseboy is tied with Sal. Both team members participating in the supreme Football Challenge would be the Szokoli brothers, together using Darren posting a 3-4 mark and Brian going 2-5 and they didnt fare as well in Week 5. Brian is 17-16-2 general in comparison to Darren in 15-20.
Team Odds Sharks eight handicappers continued to struggle in Week 5 of the SuperContest and also Circa Sports Million, with only two associates managing to stay over the .500 mark . Jon Anik went 2-3 from the SuperContest and sits at 14-11, resulting in the four-member group that also includes Paulo Antunes (1-4 at Week 5 and also 12-13 overall), Frank Schwab (1-3-1 and 10-14-1) and Anthony Riccobono (1-2-2 and 9-14-2). The two co-leaders in the SuperContest went 4-1 and rose to 23-2.
In Week 5 of those Circa Sports Million, Odds Shark Joe Osborne was the member of the four-member team in that competition to sport a winning record in 3-2 to go to. The other three have losing symbols, with Joe Fortenbaugh (11-14 total ) and Kris Abbott (9-16) every moving 2-3 and Pamela Maldonado (10-15) 1-4. The leader at the Circa Sports Million is 20-4-1 with two others right behind at 19-5-1.
Clay Travis had his worst week at the William Hill College Pickem contest moving him to shed to 17-18 overall. The two co-leaders at the College Pickem are 26-9.

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