It's a shame.
I was following his picks in Jan-Feb. 2000 and he was not doing badly at all.
But then in February 2000 his brother R.J. passed away suddenly - and he has not been the same as a handicapper since.
No excuses here boys, but just an observation of where the turning point was.
Let the lesson be: Beware of picking the games right after your family suffers a trauma.
If you can still hit 57% after a personal tragedy, then you'll be making a living at this game for a long time to come!
Blessings in memory of R.J. Miller.
Gone too soon!