Simple and to the point on Thursday’s edition of BangTheBook Radio. Host Adam Burke was joined by professional handicapper Brad Powers from BradPowersSports.com for this week’s Powers Picks segment. Brad was around for the full show as the guys talked the National Championship Game between Clemson and LSU and this weekend in the NFL Playoffs.
We’ll have extensive coverage of the Natty, including a whole bunch of prop betting content for you at BangTheBook.com. We already have Danny Vorgs’s updated NFL power ratings and model projections for the Divisional Round games. We still have daily college basketball, NBA, and NHL as well. We’ve got you covered.
Professional handicapper Brad Powers from BradPowersSports.com joined host Adam Burke for the January 9 edition of BangTheBook Radio. Brad was around for the full show as the guys went into deep detail on Clemson vs. LSU in the National Championship Game on January 13. They talked side and total, some derivative betting options, and considered some of the prop bets that will be posted for the game and how they will handicap them.
Most of the show was dedicated to the NFL Playoffs and the four divisional round games coming up this week. Vikings vs. 49ers, Titans vs. Ravens, Texans vs. Chiefs, and Seahawks vs. Packers are your four games and Adam and Brad shared everything that you need to know about these matchups.
Join us on Friday when we chat with Thor Nystrom of Rotoworld about the National Championship Game and Brent from DSI Sportsbook for The Odds Report.
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