We’re wrapping up our time period with five days per week of ATS Radio here, which meant one more installment of the podcast with Kiev O’Neil from The Oddsbreakers. Host Adam Burke and our Wednesday guest talked about the Final Four, the potential National Championship Game matchups, and also recapped and reviewed the college basketball season as a whole.
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Host Adam Burke and our Wednesday guest Kiev O’Neil from The Oddsbreakers had the chance to go in-depth in a big way on the Final Four matchups on this edition of ATS Radio. The guys gave a few quick thoughts on what we’ve seen so far and things that they will look to carry over into future tournaments before discussing Saturday’s two games.
Houston vs. Baylor and UCLA vs. Gonzaga are Saturday’s matchups with a berth in the National Championship Game on the line. Adam and Kiev had a difference of opinion on Houston vs. Baylor, but mostly fell in line with their thoughts on UCLA vs. Gonzaga. They projected out the lines for the Championship Game and then recapped the 2021 college basketball season with some good, some bad, and some things to carry over into next season.
Join us on Thursday when Adam chats college football and college basketball with Brad Powers.
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