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The No Sweet 16 Show w/ coaching legend Tom Penders | Three Dog Thursday (Ep. 8)

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On this edition of the only digital radio show devoted exclusively to Underdogs against the number, host T.J. Rives is back with no games to discuss. But, he and his guests are here to entertain, especially with reminiscing about previous NCAA tournaments and their Sweet 16/Elite 8 games that won’t be played this year.

Hear from Sr. Handicapper Brian Edwards of Vegas Insider and Majorwager.com, as he discusses some fond memories of thrilling 2nd weekend NCAA tourney games he’s been to and Brian also discusses NFL futures with Free Agent signings and some early CFB odds and underdogs for this fall, too.

Then, Former Rhode Island and Texas coach Tom Penders is on the show to talk up his teams in the late 80s and 90s of the NCAA tourney, as they both made the Sweet 16. The coach has great insight on what those experiences were like being that close to the Final Four. Penders also is one of three coaches to ever take 4 different teams to the NCAA tournament.

Finally, Sean Green of “The Sports Gambling Podcast” is back on board and talking up the “Degen Madness” tournament that is about to take place on computer and can be wagered on through MyBookie.ag! Sean and T.J. discuss how it will work and what some teams might do in this computer simulation.

We will get through having no games. For now, hear all the fun and insight on years gone by and more on “3 Dog Thursday!”

Checkout the only digital show devoted exclusively to picking underdogs in College/NFL Football and College Hoop seasons. Host T.J. Rives, Brian Edwards, Senior Handicapper with Majorwager.com and other other guests, including from the Sports Gambling podcast family jump aboard to make Underdog predictions against the spread. Come for the insight, the analysis and of course, which pooches will come through! It’s 3 Dog Thursday. SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE | SPOTIFY | GOOGLE

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