Host Adam Burke and Wednesday guest Kiev O’Neil had a lot of really strong talking points on the February 17 edition of ATS Radio. Come along for the ride as the guys talked about college basketball second half betting, the Big Ten, and then a few thoughts on this weekend’s UFC on ESPN+ 43 event.
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College basketball betting was the primary focus of today’s edition of ATS Radio, as host Adam Burke and Kiev O’Neil talked about some of the advantages to betting college basketball second halves. They shared some examples of why this makes sense and what it can do to benefit your bankroll and your bottom line. They also talked a little bit about key numbers and why line value matters so much in a sport marred by fouls and late-game free throws.
The guys also took a look at tonight’s college basketball games with a rematch between Nebraska and Maryland and then also Minnesota on the road at Indiana. Then they discussed tomorrow’s trio in the Big Ten with Iowa vs. Wisconsin, Ohio State at Penn State, and Rutgers at Michigan. Finally, Adam and Kiev wrapped up looking at Curtis Blaydes vs. Derrick Lewis and Yana Kunitskaya vs. Ketlen Vieira on this weekend’s UFC card.
Join us on Thursday for some FCS College Football talk with Brad Powers.
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