Trevor Whenham writes all day long, and almost all of it is about sports handicapping. He lives in Western Canada but he doesn't much like hockey. That's a criminal offense in Canada, so he is always on the lookout for the Mounties. His love of sports is guided by a few simple principles - Michigan is the best at everything regardless of what their record may be, horse racing is the best sport ever, college is almost always better than the pros, and Nolan Ryan is the greatest player in the history of sports. When it comes to sports handicapping he favors a slow and steady, value-driven approach to success, but he has a weakness for longshots with a chance.