FCS College Football and college basketball were the two topics of discussion for the most part on the February 18 edition of ATS Radio. For that, host Adam Burke employed the help of pro bettor and handicapper Brad Powers from BradPowersSports.com to discuss those two markets with a few picks and some general handicapping tips and info.
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Host Adam Burke and guest Brad Powers were excited to talk college football on today’s edition of ATS Radio. They actually started on the FBS side with a new hire at UCF of Gus Malzahn, spring practices, and some new coaches that we’ll be following as the spring practice period goes along. Then they moved over to FCS with some thoughts on this week’s games, how the betting market is setting up, and what Brad is doing to get ahead of line moves.
College basketball wrapped up the show for the most part, as the guys talked about the uncertainty of conference tournaments and the engagement levels of the bad teams around the country. They talked about big spreads in games with low numbers of possessions, like Saint Mary’s vs. Gonzaga tonight, and then Brad covered a free pick for show listeners on Colorado vs. Oregon. Late-breaking news about Carson Wentz to the Colts finished out the podcast.
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