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Inside Vegas: Vegas Book-ies Club Vol. 1: Phil Steele Review W/ Jay Krier (Ep. 26)


Podcast Recap:

Welcome to the first edition of Vegas Book-ies Club on this weeks #InsideVegas. Now, I know what you’re thinking, but this isn’t your grandma’s book club-beside the alcohol being served. The guys at SGPN have been toying with the idea for a while to break into the platform of reviewing (and giving their own spin) on sports culture movies & guides, and this is the first installment. For the first review, Christian welcomes on college football and basketball expert Jay Krier(@JayKrier) as the guys dive into the number one most accurate magazine for over a decade when it comes to predicting college football: Phil Steele’s College Football 2018 Preview. Christian and Jay give you Phil’s prediction and takes, agree/disagree, and of course the best bets for the beginning of college football season! As always, if you guys enjoyed this concept and would like to see more, please let us know!

The SGPN podcast feed is your home for every podcast released as part of The Sports Gambling Podcast Network™. The flagship show The Sports Gambling Podcast™ hosted by Sean Green and Ryan Kramer have produced episodes picking every NFL game against the spread since 2011. SGPN has free sports gambling picks for every major sport including college football, college basketball, NBA, MLB, NHL, MMA and golf. It doesn’t stop with free gambling picks, SGPN has tons of fantasy football content and DFS to make sure you’re never without some winning information! The College Football Experience, College Basketball Experience, MMA Gambling Podcast, MLB Gambling Podcast, Hockey Gambling Podcast, Golf Gambling Podcast, and Soccer Gambling Podcast are here on one convenient feed! New shows are being added all the time. Multiple episodes are released daily to ensure you have all the sports betting tips and information you need to LET IT RIDE!

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