This week on Wise Kracks sports betting podcast cohost Jon Orlando and I interview an Olympic gold medalist, betting tips for college football bowls and NFL betting updates.
Olympic Sprinter Robert Esmie
Our guest today on Wise Kracks is Robert Esmie, a retired professional sprinter. Esmie is a member of the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame and was part of the Canadian gold medal 4×100 relay team at the 1996 Atlanta games. Over the course of his career, he’s teamed up with sprinting legends like Donovan Bailey and he has some amazing tales to tell about what really goes down behind the scenes.
It’s a fascinating look into the politics of pro-running, as well as a wake-up call that the most interesting things happening at the Olympics aren’t always the things that make headlines. Esmie is also an amazingly positive and charming individual so we highly recommend watching the episode for the full interview.
College Football Sports Betting Tips Fow Bowl Season
Bowls have definitely changed in the recent past, with more star players opting out to avoid injury before the NFL Draft. Similarly, coach movement can play a factor with many teams playing for an interim coach where a change has been made since the season finale.
In today’s episode, I dive into strategy and tips for betting NCAAF bowl games such as the Cure Bowl game. Tune in to hear more of my tips for betting on college football bowl games.
NFL Sports Betting Update
In the NFL the cream is definitely rising to the top as the season heads into the playoff push. The Packers, Bucs, Patriots and Chiefs are the four best teams … sound familiar?
The Rams, despite covid costing them many key players, went into Arizona and beat the Cardinals. The Bucs continued the slide of the Bills and the Chiefs blew out the stumbling Raiders. Now is the time to lock in those futures! Make sure to closely watch the NFL betting lines on the playoff games and the Super Bowl.
Will the Bills and Ravens make the playoffs? Everyone is essentially still alive unless you are the Lions, Jags or the Texans. With one extra playoff spot, the scene won’t be set until the clock strikes zero on this weekend’s games.