Soooooooo....this is what's hot in the streets right now? According to ESPN's Outside the Lines, groups of bookies have invaded football fields in the southern part of Florida to gamble on games. That's really nothing new, though, right? Uh, it is when you consider that they're gambling on youth games—routinely wagering as much as $75,000 on games that feature players who still watch cartoons before they come to their games on Saturday mornings.
"Just to be straightforward, these guys, they're drug dealers who are doing this gambling," says Al Harris, a former NFL cornerback who has a son who played in a youth league in Florida. "They're the only guys that have this type of money to bet on little kids...They got a point spread for little league football." Damn, fellas—count us out. [via Prep Rally]