Podcast 112 with ESPN’s Chris Fallica, Ole Miss phone records, McGregor / Mayweather, etc
Friday is finally here, and Gary and Chris kick things off by talking about the NFL Super Bowl odds ([3:01]), and which teams have had the most money bet on them at the WestGate in Las Vegas, along with the top teams’ odds (from VegasInsider.com) to actually win the Super Bowl.
The two then change subjects and jump into the reason why Floyd Mayweather would ok changing boxing gloves ([7:58]), for both himself and McGregor, from 8oz to 10oz, and Chris discusses whether or not Floyd can knock out McGregor.
Chris Fallica ([13:35]), from ESPN’s College Gameday and the Behind the Bets podcast, joins the program to help preview the 2017 College Football season, and help us look at some early game lines heading into next week, before laying out places he loves traveling to for Gameday, and what some of his worst spread beats have been.
Gary brings up the Wall St Journal article regarding Hugh Freeze’s escort calls during recruiting trips ([47:40]), and Gary brings up that Freeze’s phone records were released by Ole Miss to the public… but that the school had allowed Freeze to redact about 5% of the numbers. There are 3 questions to ask about that.
Finally, the guys reach the Friday Five ([54:33]), jumping into Dedric Lawson and Joe Jackson getting into some trouble in Memphis, a male stripper involved in the craziest attempted murder maybe ever, ESPN apologizes for a fantasy draft auction, and Barstool Sports is printing Clown Goodell towels.
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