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The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 10: NFL, NCAA & Graham Couch

The Bookies.com Podcast Episode 10: NFL, NCAA & Graham Couch

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The Bookies.com Podcast is back and ready for action with college basketball, college football and NFL roaring full steam ahead.

NFL handicapper Adam Thompson and college sports handicapper Dan Kilbridge are joined by Lansing State Journal columnist Graham Couch to talk Big Ten football championship futures, Big Ten basketball title odds, Week 14 NFL point spreads, opening lines for the SEC and ACC championship games, and much more.

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

1:34-8:30: Lansing State Journal columnist Graham Couch joins Adam and Dan to discuss his futures bets on Northwestern and Indiana and the Big Ten title game with the Ohio State-Michigan game called off. You can bet college football with DraftKings.

8:30-14:40: The guys break down a dominant showing from the Big Ten against the SEC and the ideal college basketball roster construction.

14:40-20:50: Conversation turns to college hoops national championship futures betting with Gonzaga (+450), Villanova (+700), Baylor (+800) and Iowa (+800) at the top, along with conference championship odds for the loaded Big Ten. Bet on college basketball futures with Unibet.

20:50-28:45: Adam and Dan move on to break down opening point spreads for the SEC and ACC title games, with Alabama a -14.5 favorite over Florida and Clemson a -7.5 favorite over Notre Dame.

28:45-37:38: Adam shares his thoughts on the marquee Week 14 NFL game with the Bills favored by 2.5 points against the Steelers in Buffalo. Bet on the NFL at FOX Bet.

37:38-39:30: Adam has his eye on a few other games this week, including Chiefs (-7) at Dolphins and Saints (-7) at Eagles.

39:30-46:25: – The guys go over the odds on next Lions head coach, with Robert Saleh (+150) and Jim Harbaugh (+600) currently atop the board.