Host Adam Burke and professional bettor and handicapper Kyle Hunter were back on the airwaves to kick off a new week on ATS.io Radio. The guys talked about a lot of key betting topics for college football and the NFL, including several game breakdowns.
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On the Monday September 21 edition of ATS.io Radio, host Adam Burke and professional handicapper and bettor Kyle Hunter discuss lots of betting topics and games that will help with your handicapping for this week and beyond. The guys started by talking about when to enter the market on games and also hit on their power ratings adjustments for Week 4. They also did a breakdown of UAB vs. South Alabama and a highlight video for Tennessee vs. South Carolina.
After hitting a few other college football games, the guys transitioned to the NFL to discuss the rash of injuries from Week 2. They also did a highlight video breakdown on key numbers in the NFL and did a video breakdown of Dolphins vs. Jaguars before finishing up the show with their pick on Rams vs. Bills.
Join us on Tuesday when we talk with Brian Blessing about Week 3 in the NFL.
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