Analyzing the short-lived sports betting monopoly in the south

For the first year following the demise of the Professional and Amature Sports Protection Act (PASPA), there was only one state in the South where customers could indulge in the pleasures of legalized sports betting.

There was one state where avid fans of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) could go to bet on the AlabamaDynasty, the BayouBengals or the GeorgiaBulldogs.

The state held a small monopoly for a moment, and it cherished every moment.

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