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The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 19: Super Bowl, NCAA Futures

The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 19: Super Bowl, NCAA Futures

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The Bookies.com Podcast is back and fully recovered from a Super Bowl 55 hangover.

NFL handicapper Adam Thompson and college sports handicapper Dan Kilbridge talk all things sports betting in a wide-ranging episode, beginning with a recap of their Super Bowl props confidence contest and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ blowout win over the Chiefs.

The guys also get into next year’s Super Bowl odds with a look at the NFL futures betting board and teams that could have a Bucs-like turnaround with a big offseason. They later discuss college basketball betting favorites, Wooden Award contenders, NCAA Tournament betting sleepers, late night Australian Open in-game wagers and much more.

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Here’s a detailed look at this week’s topics:

2:15-9:35 | The guys talk about their Super Bowl betting hauls and quickly recap the Buccaneers’ win over the Chiefs in Super Bowl 55. They also go through the results of the inaugural Bookies.com Podcast Super Bowl Props Confidence Contest.

9:35-12:26 | The guys briefly discuss all the things they’re betting on now that football is over, including Australian Open in-play wagers and the PGA Tour. Bet golf and tennis over at FOX Bet.

12:26-25:00 | Adam and Dan get into the college basketball betting, talking about why it’s been such a weird year and how they’re planning accordingly for March. They talk about their favorite NCAA Tournament futures bets, potential sleepers and a value pick for the Wooden Award. Bet on college basketball with Unibet.

25:00-35:05 | The guys take an early look at the NFL futures betting board . They go over the free agent quarterback market and identify a few teams that could have a Tampa Bay-like turnaround and win it all in 2022 with a key addition or two. You can bet NFL futures at DraftKings.