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Larry The Cable Guy (Ep. 1045)

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Larry The Cable Guy

Sean (@SeanTGreen) and Colby (@TheColbyD) are joined by comedian and celebrity golf star Larry The Cable Guy (@GitRDoneLarry). The guys talk to Larry about his improving golf game, how he thinks he will do in the American Century Championship, his reasons for optimism for the Nebraska football program and missing garage sales. Sean and Colby also give out their updated ACC Fantasy Golf lineup. Go to ACCFantasyGolf.com for a chance to win a trip to next year’s tournament.

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Speaker 1 (48s): Larry, the cable guy, and you’re listening to S G P N let her run and get her done.

Speaker 0 (1m 31s): Ooh, welcome everyone to the sports gambling podcast. I’m Sean stacking the money green filling in for my partner and pics is Colby. Dan AK the database to having a Colby great time to be alive. Great time we got football, but yet in on golf forum, we got basketball and golf for him. We got baseball and golf form and celebrities and golf form. Sign me up. Yes. If you’re, if you’re not watching it first off, shout out to Steve Shermer, he came off a heater on the, the match golf props.

Of course, that was between Mickelson and Aaron rod or Mickelson and Brady versus Aaron Rogers. And he hit on a ton of those. And he just put out his picks over@sportsgamblingpodcast.com. Cause you can bet on this celebrity golf outing that’s happening is Roger’s going to play. You know, that’s interesting. I, I he’s, I think he’s listed. Yes, he is listed. He is in group one. And of course there, they’re doing the ACC fantasy golf. You can build your own celebrity, a championship golf team here.

And basically if you win, you get a, a trip for two to next year’s event and $10,000 for the charity of your choice, got to get the team in by July 8th. So you’re listening to this July 7th, or if it’s July 8th, get those teams and pick one, a team or one guy from each group and a bunch of fun names, including Larry, the cable guy who we will be will be joining the show here in just a bit. Of course we were presented by win bet. You guys want to win big. You got to do it over at when bet w Y and, and B E t.com.

Download the app today, get a special risk-free offer up to $500 on the bet of your choice, terms and conditions apply. Get the details again. We ended up bet.com. They got it all generous, promos, odds, and parlays all happening over at win bet. And again, when bed is bringing you the action of real sports betting with the win Las Vegas experience. Oh man. All right, Colby. So let’s give out. Now we had done this exercise before, when we had Joe Theismann on the last time this was before we knew the groups and I I’m pretty sure they’re grouped by how good they are.

Group one. I’m sitting with my boy, Marty fish, because him and Romo are the, are the odds on favorite? Although this is a fun nugget Barclay who is listed at 7,500 to one, he’s only behind a Sorin stem. He has 7% of the tickets. So a lot of people like rolling the dice on Charles Barkley. Romo is leading the way in total dollars wagered at 22%. Yeah. Don’t want any part of a Tony Romo, Kimmy Marty fish for my group.

One, couple of other guys in there. Aaron Rogers is in there. Sterling sharp, Vinny Del Negro, Adam Thielen, Steph Curry, a little. I mean, Steph Curry is supposedly a really good golfer. What’d you do for group one Colby? Well, that’s the angle is like basketball, especially sharpshooter, Steph or Dell or Ray Allen. You think that makes a lot of sense if they can, if they can hit the three at that such a, you know, such a good percentage. Why not? Can they do that in golf? However, I’m going to stick to football. I’m going to go with a guy from Minnesota state university, Adam Thielen.

Look he’s treated me well. I remember I had him his rookie year in a fantasy football. I had no idea. He, I took him late in the draft. He worked out for me. I’m going to, I’m going to take them here. I think he’s going to work out for, and there there’s a, there’s a prop bet of who is going to win either Steph Curry or Del Curry. I would actually go with the dad who I think is the dog. And the reason is just know as a kid, I think you’re playing golf with your dad. It’s pretty hard to dethrone your dad. I think the competitive juices are going to be flowing and maybe he gets it Steph’s headline. And the fact that he gets to spend more time, he’s retired.

Yeah. So, I mean, that’d be, let’s not, let’s not, oh, Steph got knocked out decently early in the playoffs, but yeah. Or he didn’t even what? Oh, they didn’t make it. They were, they were right. And they weren’t, they weren’t going play in games. So they had to play one of the playoffs for S group to Joe Theismann. Lock him up a couple other guys in here. Jerry Rice, Jerome Bettis, who? I, I, I don’t know. I don’t picture me in a good golfer, but you never know Greg Maddix. I, you, we should lean the baseball guys.

I do feel like there’s an angle and taking the baseball guys what’d you do for group two Colby. I wanted to go Theismann because you know, he’s part of, part of the podcast here. You know, he’s a friend of the program, but I knew you were going to take that. So I said, Hey, let me go to my guy. Now I picked him before this guy. I believe his dad was a part of hell’s angels. Right? This guy pitched a perfect game, hung over David Wells. Look, this guy lives in San Diego. San Diego is yeah, exactly. David Wells and the Dell Curry bet.

Dell Curry is a plus three 20 dog against Steph Curry all over that, all over the dad taking them down. And you can get that over it. William Hill group three and shout to Kramer for kind of bringing up this angle. But Justin Timberlake is an interesting bet here. I’m taking him couple of other guys. Marcus sound, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Chauncey belts, Justin Timberlake, like he went, he bought his hometown golf course and restored it with his dad. I think he’s also a dark horse to kind of take it all down.

I mean, maybe, maybe I’m way off on here. He’s probably in group three for a reason, but I like, I like Timberlake to get it done. What are you doing in group three? Coldwell, I wanted to go Jim McMahon, Jim McMahon to the program, but recently another who I may have played previously. Last time we did this, but I’m, I’m making JT my a lot. Well, what have I learned from politicians? Not much besides that they spend a lot of time on a golf course. Donald Trump, Dan Quayle, baby. Didn’t quit.

Yeah, very surprising. But I liked the angle politicians and I just looked it up. Justin Timberlake, 500 to one. You could do worse than a little roll the dice on Justin Timberlake, group four. I’m going Seth Curry here again, Philadelphia, 76 or one. Who’s not afraid to shoot the ball. Unlike Ben Simmons. So give me Seth Curry there. Ray Romano, Rob Riggle, who are in there, Joe Buck, friend of the program, Doug Flutie, Colby.

Don’t he’s calling your name. I’m going look. I saw today. I sign online and I see that there’s this Kurt Warner movie coming out. I’m not onboard. This is a guy who wants football games to be in domes. I am very anti Kurt Warner. However, I am pro Doug flee. That’s who a real Hollywood movie should be about is Doug floaty. I think he’s going to look group four forties an athlete. You see them in the dryer. He plays the drums part of a band with his brother. This guy can do a lot of things. You know, Doug Flutie and Groupon. And if there’s anyone to pull out a miraculous victory, Doug Flutie and 3000, a one that is a truest tag play.

If I ever heard one, closing it out, group five, Barkley Al Michaels, Kevin. Nealon some fun names in there. Reggie Bush, Travis, Kelsey, who I’m surprised is down here in group five, Charles Woodson too. Just seems like a legit good athlete and probably a guy with some great hand-eye coordination. I’m going with Larry, the cable guy. If you do the show, I’m going to pick you. It’s a pretty simple a formula, but yeah. Give me, give me Larry, the cable guy and you’ll hear in the, it sounds like he’s pretty committed to the game. So I’ll take a little a sprinkle on Larry, the cable guy.

Then I kind of liked that Charles Woodson angle, but he does have his own bourbon that just recently came out. So I think good chance is probably going to be sipping a little bit of that on the green. I’m going to go with Mike. Let’s do some competition here. Let’s go with Kevin Nealon comedian. Beautiful whiskey. You guys gave me, sorry. When you said sipping on Adam, pull that one up. Kevin. Nealon no, that’s, that’s a fun one. And we’ll see who ends up being tab comedian. I think that should be the goal for our good, our new buddy, Larry, the cable guy.

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Speaker 3 (11m 29s): Joining us on the sports gambling podcasts, actor, comedian, and celebrity golfer taking place in the American century championship this weekend, Larry, the cable guy, Larry, what is a, what’s a good round of golf for you?

Speaker 1 (11m 44s): Well, first of all, I appreciate calling me actor.

Speaker 3 (11m 50s): That is the best intro ever.

Speaker 1 (11m 57s): What was the question I got thrown by calling me an actor.

Speaker 3 (12m 3s): I wanted to make sure we hit all the, you know, you’re a multi-tool athlete therapist. I’m the,

Speaker 1 (12m 10s): I’m the Swiss army knife of comedy.

Speaker 3 (12m 14s): I was just saying, what’s a good round of golf for you. Like what are you, what are you looking to shoot? What’s what’s a good outing. You

Speaker 1 (12m 19s): Know what? Let me just say, I’m getting better and better. My last, I get nervous out here, but I’ve been averaging. I’m like a 13 handicap 12. So every time the, like the last 10 rounds I’ve gone out, I’ve been between 81 and 85. My last two rounds were 83, 83. And then they came out here and it’s something about, I don’t know, you get nervous. I shot in 91 yesterday, but I showed a 43 on the back. Cause I, I settled in, but yeah, you know what?

It’s getting better.

Speaker 3 (12m 56s): Well, and, and I don’t know if you know this, but they have gambling odds on whether you guys, you know, how well you’re going to do right now. You you’re listed at 2000 to one to win it all. I I’m thinking of throwing a couple bucks on you to make a run. What, what do you think about a, some money on Larry? The cable guy? You

Speaker 1 (13m 16s): Know what? That’s getting better because I used to be 10,000 and then 5,000, then 4,500. Now I’m down to 2000.

Speaker 3 (13m 24s): Yeah, no, you’re right in the mix. And I, a couple other comedians, Ray Romano, he’s 3000 to one, 3001. So your favorite over those guys, and of course, Charles Barkley at 7,500 to one, you know, give us a prediction here. Are you going to be able to beat Charles Barkley on this weekend? You

Speaker 1 (13m 44s): Know, the first two years I came here, I was second to Barkley and I played with him and I’ll never forget about the third hole. He goes, I better not lose to you. Cause I was playing so bad. He, I think he beat me by a negative tube more than I had. I think he had negative 72 and those was negative 70 or something. But you know, it was cool. Every time I’d come out here, I always end up beating like more people. The last time I was here, I think I be 14 people, 15 people.

So when I started out, you know, I was always second worst next to Charles. So I think I beat 14 or 15 people last time. So my goal is, here’s what I like golf. It challenges me. And I like it and makes me walk golf courses. And, and I tried to lose weight, the weight part isn’t helping, but I enjoy it. And so it challenges me to be better. And so I just try to be better. My whole goal, every time I come out here is just to beat more people than I’d beat before.

But my main main goal is to finish middle of the pack. Just middle of the pack is all I’m asking for.

Speaker 3 (14m 54s): Hey, middle of the pack. Sounds pretty good. And of course they got this fantasy golf game going. You’re in a group five out of a five groups, but I like it. I like your chances. Cause you pick one guy from each group and in your group, you got Al Michaels. I feel like you can take out Michael Michael’s there’s a pushover. You got Reggie Bush. You gotta, you gotta ask Reggie Bush if he can get his Heisman back now that they’re paying players.

No kidding. Right? Yeah. I think he’s consumed with that. I think you gotta, you got a leg up on him right there and, and I’m, I’m looking, I think the a in group five here, your real competition and you would know better. Cause we golf with some of these guys, but DeMarcus where he seems like a guy who can golf, CC, Sabathia. I feel like the baseball guys are secretly.

Speaker 1 (15m 45s): You know what? The baseball guys always hit real good. Now Jayda Marcus. They went out with him yesterday and I think I beat Jay. I think I beat him by a couple of strokes yesterday. I would say O’Hurley I, I think I can be junk. Cause every time John goes out, he pulls a muscle. So I think I can beat Kevin. I don’t know much about Kyle huh?

Speaker 3 (16m 15s): Sean Payton. He could be a, you know, saints coach. He could be interesting as, as far as someone to match up with golf wise never liked him. Never liked it. Never cared for him. Never cared for him. Well, and I, I know horrible individual.

Speaker 1 (16m 30s): I’m just kidding. I don’t even, I’ve never met him.

Speaker 3 (16m 35s): Then you’re getting a bunch of a fan

Speaker 1 (16m 40s): For me. This guy died. It was me 50 bucks. That guy scratched my car

Speaker 3 (16m 46s): And just start rolling through them off. Well, we know Sean Payton, obviously saints coach. We know you’re a huge Nebraska Cornhuskers fan going on with the Huskers in the off season, the D bill mus, you know, he kind of set the bar of like eight to nine wins a season. Then he steps down. Where are you at with the Nebraska? I don’t know what that

Speaker 1 (17m 9s): Means. We’re going to win eight games this year. I’m going to quit.

Speaker 3 (17m 13s): I’ve made their stuff. I don’t know what’s going on. You set the bar really high. And I’m like, all right, not in Windsor. Everyone’s fired. And then you fire yourself. It’s a, well, I

Speaker 1 (17m 23s): Feel bad for Scott. He has gotten a real bad look. I’m a lifelong Husker fan. Here’s the thing that stinks for me. You know, ever since from the time I was probably from the time I was five years old, till 42 Nebraska had one had only lost maybe one or two games a year for 42 years and went to a major bowl game. Literally 95% of those times. Now I got kids. I bought a big sweatbox, all excited to take my kids to the Nebraska game so they can experience all the cool things I got to experience.

And we have not done well. Ever since my kids have been born and now they don’t even care. They don’t want to go. I got to force my kids to go to this beautiful sweet box. They don’t want to go. And what’s even worse is their cousins live in Wisconsin. They want to go to that game. But they want to where there was constant shirts, which kills me. And I get ridiculed from the fans. Cause everybody’s in my box with Wisconsin shirts, you know, they’re my own kids. And then my daughter is a dancer.

She loves to dance. She’s 13. And she’s just informed me that she might want to be going to Oklahoma.

Speaker 3 (18m 41s): I know. Right? You got to get them done in Nebraska. What what’s what’s going on?

Speaker 1 (18m 46s): I don’t know. But seriously, I hate my family and I’ve listed my daughter on eBay three days ago. Okay. I haven’t checked. I haven’t checked. I’ll take 30 bucks

Speaker 3 (19m 6s): Unloader. As soon as she’s talking about Kona, Oklahoma Scott. So Scott Frost,

Speaker 1 (19m 12s): A bad thing. Here’s the thing. I’m not a Nebraska coach. I’m just a fan. Like your, so I’m a diehard fan. Everybody always asks me these questions and then it always gets picked up on Nebraska media. And then people go, oh, you didn’t know what he stood him up. But I do know what I’m talking about. Scott and I have been friends since 1996. He used to come to a lot of my shows back when he was a senior Nebraska. When I was working at a comedy club up there, Scott is a great football coach. He is Tom Osborne Jr.

Those guys. I mean Tom Osbourne and Scott Frost literally are our buddies and, and real close Scotland, almost everything he knows from him. And they, I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but it’s not just there’s. There’s not just a problem. It’s not the football team. It’s not Scott Frost if people noticed or not, but Nebraska had a fantastic athletic program. They were good in a lot of sports. The only thing that they always struggled in was bast men’s basketball.

They they’ve always struggled to men’s basketball, but all their other sports have been awesome. All their sports now are dying. The only thing we got going for us right now is our volleyball team, which is one of the greatest volleyball teams in the history of volleyball. I mean, they’re unbelievable why, because they’ve got a coach there that’s been there for 25 years and he knows what the brassicas sports they’re all about. And the culture of Nebraska. We got started getting these athletic directors in there after Tom burned, quit, that didn’t know anything about Nebraska football.

And they, I mean, what kind of a moron comes in and takes a team that’s been running the, I formation their entire existence. We do it better than anybody. So we were always privy to the best linemen in the country because they knew they were going to go. You knew they were going to go play in the NFL. You always had your choice of the best running back in the country because he knew he was going to run the ball. Tom Osbourne. When it came time to recruit, he just said, here’s what I need.

I need a, a linebacker. I need a running back and get me a backup dual threat quarterback. And that’s what they would look where they get the best in the country. So then they come in Tom Osbourne leaves, oh, we’re going to go to a spread offense that almost every thinking college football team in the country is running right now. So why would you go to Nebraska and play football? When you can go to all these warm weather states that have a lot of fun things to do, if you’re going to play in the same kind of offense, it didn’t make any sense. That’s my beef about Nebraska football.

Scott Frost knows that. And he’s trying to bring back the culture of Nebraska football. COVID put a big dent in it. He just started getting what he wanted and then that put a dent in it. People need to give him time and a watch, watch him work. He’s going to do fine. Now that was a very long game.

Speaker 3 (22m 14s): I know we love college, but I completely agree. And as a guy that grew up watching Nebraska football, when they ran the triple option, it seemed like Tommy Frazier, Dean Stine cooler days, I’ve been saying forever. If the frost, if they let them go this year, they should stay with, you know, some type of run, heavy offense. Do you think jumping to the big 10 hurt you guys to them?

Speaker 1 (22m 38s): Well, I do. I mean, Nebraska was doing great, you know, but that’s what happens. Money ruins everything. You know, we were doing fine, but you know, they see these big dollars that they’re gonna make here and they don’t keep in mind everything. And not only that, you know, you know, the big 10 has this dream of thinking that they’re the Ivy league of the Midwest. So everything the Ivy league does, the big 10 of course has to do. And you know, we had all these places. We used to go and play. Everything was close to Oklahoma state.

I was state Kansas state, Kansas. You know, everything was nice and close and everybody had the that’s why we traveled so good. We always filled the stadiums because it was, you can now get to go out to Rutgers and Penn, nobody’s going to go out there. Absolutely. It hurt. You got, you know, you had these recruiting hotbeds for us all over this, all over the Midwest and the south part and you know, into Texas. And I mean, Oklahoma and Texas, we, we had these places that we used to recruit and you just kind of, you know, now you’re kind of that big 10 team.

That’s mostly out in the west and yeah, I mean, you’ve got Scott there, the re Scott’s a great recruiter. So that’s helping us a lot. It’s a good thing. We got Scott because he’s a respected coach and he can, and now we can recruit really good in Florida because they love him in Florida. I mean, you go down to Florida and, and you bring up Scott Frost name and Orlando Lakeland. They love the guy. So that’s the good thing about Scott. But I think in my opinion, you know, we chase the money and it hurt her football program.

It hurt recruiting beds. I mean, for kids that grew up in the big 10, it’s still the big 10. It’s still what they were when they were little kids. So they’re going to want to play in the traditional big 10 those schools that they remember. So that’s an uphill battle, I think, but Scott’s a good recruiter. He’s going into some places that other schools can’t go into and get things in Nebraska still has a good name and football. Regardless of that, we haven’t really done much in the last 20 years.

It’s still a name. And, but we got to get going. It’s not going to be a name for it. If they don’t get it going, you go another 10 years. You’re, you’re screwed.

Speaker 3 (25m 1s): Now. Now, now that a players can, you know, start doing their money with the name, image and likeness, have you considered sponsoring some, you know, some Nebraska football players, Adrian Martinez, perhaps, maybe, maybe they’re rocking, put down, put a Gator down on his helmet. To me, that seems you can get all the recruits. If you just kick them. Some of that, get her done money,

Speaker 1 (25m 27s): Maybe started like a little, you know what, I’ll start a Husker golf team, a football golf team. And then I can slap some good or done golf stuff on them and sponsor them that way as well.

Speaker 3 (25m 39s): Some of that actor money, Sean. Yes, exactly. He was in cars, right? Voice acting just different.

Speaker 1 (25m 52s): He was say how good I am at voice acne. All right. I’m the only guy that I know of in the voice acting field that puts on weight to do the character.

Speaker 3 (26m 7s): Anybody else that does that. I’m so committed to the role of this big truck. I’m going to put on, put on 25 pounds for build of a truck. Awesome. Yeah. Well, best of luck with the, with the golf tournament. What are you, what are you, what are you any final predictions? As far as what you think you’re looking to shoot. I know you want to get middle of the pack, but what do you think you got to get to get in the middle of the pack? I needed

Speaker 1 (26m 35s): To shoot low, low eighties. I need to shoot 82 81. I could do that if I’m putting good. My problem here is my driver. If I don’t hit fairways, you’re, you know, you can’t start every hole hit and your third shot. So you just got to hit fairways and go. If I didn’t hit fairways, I’m going to play really well. Cause I’m playing really good. I got these bro. I got PXG clubs have helped my game tremendously. I know a lot of people say, well, that’s the guy operating the clubs, which is true. But these PXG clubs.

I got, look at me doing a commercial Oh, right. They really helped. I mean, the ball just moves off the clubs so nice. I’m getting some good extra distance on them. They’re pretty forgiving. Somebody asked me last year they go, what was the longest drive I ever had? I said it was the drive home. After I shut a 1 32,

Speaker 3 (27m 28s): May I suggest hitting the bar with David Wells tonight because he did throw that perfect game hung over. No, I need, you know, David

Speaker 1 (27m 36s): Always plays in my golf tournament in Nebraska all the time. And I play in his and San Diego. I became really good friends with Wellesley and he’s just a solid dude. It’s it’s cool that he’s out here at this tournament. He’s a good addition for anybody celebrity tournament. He’s great with the fans. He’s great with, you know, he’s just good. He’ll he’ll do whatever you ask him to do. He just loves, he loves, nobody loves being David Morton, David.

Speaker 3 (28m 7s): He looked it up and he’s David Wells. Then he’s the nicest

Speaker 1 (28m 10s): Guy on the planet, man. I love David Wells. I will not say one bad word about David Wells.

Speaker 3 (28m 16s): Larry, appreciate you calling in and make sure you enter, you know, play Larry in the ACC fantasy golf. You got to get your entries in by July 8th. You pick a one golfer from each groups, but yeah,

Speaker 1 (28m 29s): It’d be a fun thing. Can I just say one thing that really stunk about that whole COVID deal? Yeah, sure. You know, people used to sneeze and it would be like, people would be very nice. People would, somebody would sneezed and he would just go, God bless you. You know? Or you see what cough? Oh, you okay. You need smarter. You know, now it’s like you sneeze. It’s like what the it’s meant. It’s like, what if is this nice? You know? And here’s what stocks, you know, I used to have to, I used to have to comp to cover up before now I got to fart to cover up a cough.

Speaker 3 (29m 3s): I mean, we live in a twisted world. She’s really gone backwards. Yeah. I was at a party, someone coughed and everyone turned and looked at him and they go, it’s a smoker’s cough. They’re like, okay. All right.

Speaker 1 (29m 15s): And you explain your cost. I did find out though last year that the best places to social distance were a golf course. And the gluten-free section of golden Creek pretty, pretty empty over there at the time. Goodbye. Last year, my wife’s anniversary happened two months after COVID and it sucked because all the garage sales were closed, but I couldn’t get her a gift.

Speaker 3 (29m 42s): I mean, you got a break or something, right. You gotta put some time and effort. It was just hoping to throw money in a garage sale,

Speaker 1 (29m 52s): Garage, sales, those things. Are you ever been in one of those?

Speaker 3 (29m 55s): Yeah, it’s been a while, but yeah. I love how the, the, sometimes the a they try and class it up and call it an estate sale. Like I know this is like it, and it wasn’t like, you know, worn down exercise, bike, you can’t call this thing, moving out of a studio apartment.

Speaker 1 (30m 12s): It’s the garbage sale. But, but it’s, but there’s no B in it. That’s all it is. They remove the B. I remember what we had. I remember we went to, I went to grocery and one time and lady goes, the lady goes, I like these shoes that she goes to the lady, do you guys have like a size seven? And I’m thinking to myself, you know what? Yeah, let them go check the warehouse in the back. You know, look there, grandma died. Those are the shoes. All right. Either buy those or move on to something.

Speaker 3 (30m 42s): Yeah. She didn’t have like nine different sizes. Someone else’s old shoes or the people who tried like low ball you on the side of like one 50, you know, I can do, I can do 85 cent. Like really

Speaker 1 (30m 56s): The guy that goes, how much is this? So dollar does it work? It’s a dollar though. Do you work?

Speaker 3 (31m 7s): You got to roll the dice on a dollar, you know, the garage sale. All right, Larry. Well, we’re going to let you go. I know you got to get ready for the big Turney, but appreciate you calling in and best of luck with the golf man.

Speaker 1 (31m 22s): We look forward to this every year. This is the funnest tournament around and we’re so thankful we get invited and it’d be cool to have some fans out here this year. So, and thanks you guys. I appreciate you so much. Thanks for asking me to come on.

Speaker 3 (31m 36s): Oh, thanks for doing it, man. And, and frost. We’ll get the Cornhuskers bowl in this year. Yes. I like the overall fix wins. Let’s go.

Speaker 1 (31m 43s): You will too. And as far as me being an addict, I will say this. As far as my acting abilities, I was nominated for seven Razzie awards. So, and you know, it’s things about that bread pit got a Razzie when I was nominated for a Razzie. Yeah,

Speaker 3 (32m 0s): You can’t lose the bread. I slept worse than he did. Are you kidding me? I can’t

Speaker 1 (32m 7s): Even, I can’t even get, I can’t even get a break.

Speaker 3 (32m 12s): Well, hopefully, hopefully Nebraska, you know, gets you to a bowl and maybe you bring home one of those golden Razzies one day

Speaker 1 (32m 18s): That’d be a good year. I think for Nebraska this year, watch our defense. Our defense is going to be very good this year. And Scott’s got some big guys on that offensive line, getting back to how we used to be. And I don’t think losing McCaffrey and the, and oh man, what was his name anyway? Winedale I, I don’t think it’s going to hurt us that much. I think it’s going to help even more because now we’ve got people in the positions they’re supposed to play.

Speaker 3 (32m 48s): All right. Yeah. Go, go Huskers. Thanks Larry. Appreciate it, man.

Speaker 0 (32m 54s): That was awesome. Talking to Larry, the cable guy, he re I really threw him off. Call me when I mentioned he was an actor. Really, really, really got a kick out of that. Oh, under dog fantasy. Are you kidding me? Callender dog, fantasy.com promo code SGPs for your chance to win a million dollars. That’s right. A free shot and winning $1 million and make sure you tune in July 13th, 24 hours straight, Brian, real money is going to be cranking it out. The best ball drafts on underdog, fantasy.com and you can hop in and draft with him again.

There’s going to be plenty of chances. It’s 24 hours straight. And if that wasn’t enough, we’re doing a $500 up props contest based on stuff. Like how many times will Kramer fall asleep? How many teams we draft? How many bathroom breaks? How many LaCroix’s will he consume? Take the over on that one. And you can enter that contest exclusively on the SGPs app in the app store or Google play store, head on over there and, and just, yeah. Download the app. Give it a nice little review.

Every Monday, giving away free hoodie for merchant Monday, based on the app reviews, Colby, what are we going to do? I feel like we’re really gonna have to help Kramer out and kinda carry him in this 24 hour draft. He’s like, oh, you guys are gonna hang out, sleep over. What’s going on. I think we’ll probably we’ll have a sleep overdrive where you and I maybe we’ll hang out in the, in the bar area, play some Nintendo tech mobile company I’ll pop in. I’ll be, I’m sure I’m going to be there for the first draft and then check in.

I definitely want to do a draft in an hour one. And then the last draft as he hits the 24 hour mark. Yeah. What time is he going to start at? Do we know yet? We’re starting. We’re starting at 1:00 PM. Okay. Okay. Now initially he wanted to start at five o’clock, which I think was kind of crazy. Cause I think after staying up all night, you need that carrot to be there soon. Like if he stays up all night and he still has to go to 5:00 PM, I think you would go crazy. But 1:00 PM I think a little more doable. I think that’s the perfect start time.

And man, it’s going to be fun. Obviously. Streaming it live youtube.com/sports. Gambling is very essential. It’s going to be, it’s going to be off the charts and man, it’s just been a exciting week. Of course, we’re taking a quick break here from our fantasy football preview series, but we’ll be picking that up tomorrow. Just wanted to get this Larry, the cable guy, special bonus episode out and again, get those. Get those fantasy golf, those fantasy golf entries in ACC fantasy golf.com.

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Speaker 0 (1m 31s): Ooh, welcome everyone to the sports gambling podcast. I’m Sean stacking the money green filling in for my partner and pics is Colby. Dan AK the database to having a Colby great time to be alive. Great time we got football, but yet in on golf forum, we got basketball and golf for him. We got baseball and golf form and celebrities and golf form. Sign me up. Yes. If you’re, if you’re not watching it first off, shout out to Steve Shermer, he came off a heater on the, the match golf props.

Of course, that was between Mickelson and Aaron rod or Mickelson and Brady versus Aaron Rogers. And he hit on a ton of those. And he just put out his picks over@sportsgamblingpodcast.com. Cause you can bet on this celebrity golf outing that’s happening is Roger’s going to play. You know, that’s interesting. I, I he’s, I think he’s listed. Yes, he is listed. He is in group one. And of course there, they’re doing the ACC fantasy golf. You can build your own celebrity, a championship golf team here.

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Group one. I’m sitting with my boy, Marty fish, because him and Romo are the, are the odds on favorite? Although this is a fun nugget Barclay who is listed at 7,500 to one, he’s only behind a Sorin stem. He has 7% of the tickets. So a lot of people like rolling the dice on Charles Barkley. Romo is leading the way in total dollars wagered at 22%. Yeah. Don’t want any part of a Tony Romo, Kimmy Marty fish for my group.

One, couple of other guys in there. Aaron Rogers is in there. Sterling sharp, Vinny Del Negro, Adam Thielen, Steph Curry, a little. I mean, Steph Curry is supposedly a really good golfer. What’d you do for group one Colby? Well, that’s the angle is like basketball, especially sharpshooter, Steph or Dell or Ray Allen. You think that makes a lot of sense if they can, if they can hit the three at that such a, you know, such a good percentage. Why not? Can they do that in golf? However, I’m going to stick to football. I’m going to go with a guy from Minnesota state university, Adam Thielen.

Look he’s treated me well. I remember I had him his rookie year in a fantasy football. I had no idea. He, I took him late in the draft. He worked out for me. I’m going to, I’m going to take them here. I think he’s going to work out for, and there there’s a, there’s a prop bet of who is going to win either Steph Curry or Del Curry. I would actually go with the dad who I think is the dog. And the reason is just know as a kid, I think you’re playing golf with your dad. It’s pretty hard to dethrone your dad. I think the competitive juices are going to be flowing and maybe he gets it Steph’s headline. And the fact that he gets to spend more time, he’s retired.

Yeah. So, I mean, that’d be, let’s not, let’s not, oh, Steph got knocked out decently early in the playoffs, but yeah. Or he didn’t even what? Oh, they didn’t make it. They were, they were right. And they weren’t, they weren’t going play in games. So they had to play one of the playoffs for S group to Joe Theismann. Lock him up a couple other guys in here. Jerry Rice, Jerome Bettis, who? I, I, I don’t know. I don’t picture me in a good golfer, but you never know Greg Maddix. I, you, we should lean the baseball guys.

I do feel like there’s an angle and taking the baseball guys what’d you do for group two Colby. I wanted to go Theismann because you know, he’s part of, part of the podcast here. You know, he’s a friend of the program, but I knew you were going to take that. So I said, Hey, let me go to my guy. Now I picked him before this guy. I believe his dad was a part of hell’s angels. Right? This guy pitched a perfect game, hung over David Wells. Look, this guy lives in San Diego. San Diego is yeah, exactly. David Wells and the Dell Curry bet.

Dell Curry is a plus three 20 dog against Steph Curry all over that, all over the dad taking them down. And you can get that over it. William Hill group three and shout to Kramer for kind of bringing up this angle. But Justin Timberlake is an interesting bet here. I’m taking him couple of other guys. Marcus sound, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Chauncey belts, Justin Timberlake, like he went, he bought his hometown golf course and restored it with his dad. I think he’s also a dark horse to kind of take it all down.

I mean, maybe, maybe I’m way off on here. He’s probably in group three for a reason, but I like, I like Timberlake to get it done. What are you doing in group three? Coldwell, I wanted to go Jim McMahon, Jim McMahon to the program, but recently another who I may have played previously. Last time we did this, but I’m, I’m making JT my a lot. Well, what have I learned from politicians? Not much besides that they spend a lot of time on a golf course. Donald Trump, Dan Quayle, baby. Didn’t quit.

Yeah, very surprising. But I liked the angle politicians and I just looked it up. Justin Timberlake, 500 to one. You could do worse than a little roll the dice on Justin Timberlake, group four. I’m going Seth Curry here again, Philadelphia, 76 or one. Who’s not afraid to shoot the ball. Unlike Ben Simmons. So give me Seth Curry there. Ray Romano, Rob Riggle, who are in there, Joe Buck, friend of the program, Doug Flutie, Colby.

Don’t he’s calling your name. I’m going look. I saw today. I sign online and I see that there’s this Kurt Warner movie coming out. I’m not onboard. This is a guy who wants football games to be in domes. I am very anti Kurt Warner. However, I am pro Doug flee. That’s who a real Hollywood movie should be about is Doug floaty. I think he’s going to look group four forties an athlete. You see them in the dryer. He plays the drums part of a band with his brother. This guy can do a lot of things. You know, Doug Flutie and Groupon. And if there’s anyone to pull out a miraculous victory, Doug Flutie and 3000, a one that is a truest tag play.

If I ever heard one, closing it out, group five, Barkley Al Michaels, Kevin. Nealon some fun names in there. Reggie Bush, Travis, Kelsey, who I’m surprised is down here in group five, Charles Woodson too. Just seems like a legit good athlete and probably a guy with some great hand-eye coordination. I’m going with Larry, the cable guy. If you do the show, I’m going to pick you. It’s a pretty simple a formula, but yeah. Give me, give me Larry, the cable guy and you’ll hear in the, it sounds like he’s pretty committed to the game. So I’ll take a little a sprinkle on Larry, the cable guy.

Then I kind of liked that Charles Woodson angle, but he does have his own bourbon that just recently came out. So I think good chance is probably going to be sipping a little bit of that on the green. I’m going to go with Mike. Let’s do some competition here. Let’s go with Kevin Nealon comedian. Beautiful whiskey. You guys gave me, sorry. When you said sipping on Adam, pull that one up. Kevin. Nealon no, that’s, that’s a fun one. And we’ll see who ends up being tab comedian. I think that should be the goal for our good, our new buddy, Larry, the cable guy.

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Speaker 3 (11m 29s): Joining us on the sports gambling podcasts, actor, comedian, and celebrity golfer taking place in the American century championship this weekend, Larry, the cable guy, Larry, what is a, what’s a good round of golf for you?

Speaker 1 (11m 44s): Well, first of all, I appreciate calling me actor.

Speaker 3 (11m 50s): That is the best intro ever.

Speaker 1 (11m 57s): What was the question I got thrown by calling me an actor.

Speaker 3 (12m 3s): I wanted to make sure we hit all the, you know, you’re a multi-tool athlete therapist. I’m the,

Speaker 1 (12m 10s): I’m the Swiss army knife of comedy.

Speaker 3 (12m 14s): I was just saying, what’s a good round of golf for you. Like what are you, what are you looking to shoot? What’s what’s a good outing. You

Speaker 1 (12m 19s): Know what? Let me just say, I’m getting better and better. My last, I get nervous out here, but I’ve been averaging. I’m like a 13 handicap 12. So every time the, like the last 10 rounds I’ve gone out, I’ve been between 81 and 85. My last two rounds were 83, 83. And then they came out here and it’s something about, I don’t know, you get nervous. I shot in 91 yesterday, but I showed a 43 on the back. Cause I, I settled in, but yeah, you know what?

It’s getting better.

Speaker 3 (12m 56s): Well, and, and I don’t know if you know this, but they have gambling odds on whether you guys, you know, how well you’re going to do right now. You you’re listed at 2000 to one to win it all. I I’m thinking of throwing a couple bucks on you to make a run. What, what do you think about a, some money on Larry? The cable guy? You

Speaker 1 (13m 16s): Know what? That’s getting better because I used to be 10,000 and then 5,000, then 4,500. Now I’m down to 2000.

Speaker 3 (13m 24s): Yeah, no, you’re right in the mix. And I, a couple other comedians, Ray Romano, he’s 3000 to one, 3001. So your favorite over those guys, and of course, Charles Barkley at 7,500 to one, you know, give us a prediction here. Are you going to be able to beat Charles Barkley on this weekend? You

Speaker 1 (13m 44s): Know, the first two years I came here, I was second to Barkley and I played with him and I’ll never forget about the third hole. He goes, I better not lose to you. Cause I was playing so bad. He, I think he beat me by a negative tube more than I had. I think he had negative 72 and those was negative 70 or something. But you know, it was cool. Every time I’d come out here, I always end up beating like more people. The last time I was here, I think I be 14 people, 15 people.

So when I started out, you know, I was always second worst next to Charles. So I think I beat 14 or 15 people last time. So my goal is, here’s what I like golf. It challenges me. And I like it and makes me walk golf courses. And, and I tried to lose weight, the weight part isn’t helping, but I enjoy it. And so it challenges me to be better. And so I just try to be better. My whole goal, every time I come out here is just to beat more people than I’d beat before.

But my main main goal is to finish middle of the pack. Just middle of the pack is all I’m asking for.

Speaker 3 (14m 54s): Hey, middle of the pack. Sounds pretty good. And of course they got this fantasy golf game going. You’re in a group five out of a five groups, but I like it. I like your chances. Cause you pick one guy from each group and in your group, you got Al Michaels. I feel like you can take out Michael Michael’s there’s a pushover. You got Reggie Bush. You gotta, you gotta ask Reggie Bush if he can get his Heisman back now that they’re paying players.

No kidding. Right? Yeah. I think he’s consumed with that. I think you gotta, you got a leg up on him right there and, and I’m, I’m looking, I think the a in group five here, your real competition and you would know better. Cause we golf with some of these guys, but DeMarcus where he seems like a guy who can golf, CC, Sabathia. I feel like the baseball guys are secretly.

Speaker 1 (15m 45s): You know what? The baseball guys always hit real good. Now Jayda Marcus. They went out with him yesterday and I think I beat Jay. I think I beat him by a couple of strokes yesterday. I would say O’Hurley I, I think I can be junk. Cause every time John goes out, he pulls a muscle. So I think I can beat Kevin. I don’t know much about Kyle huh?

Speaker 3 (16m 15s): Sean Payton. He could be a, you know, saints coach. He could be interesting as, as far as someone to match up with golf wise never liked him. Never liked it. Never cared for him. Never cared for him. Well, and I, I know horrible individual.

Speaker 1 (16m 30s): I’m just kidding. I don’t even, I’ve never met him.

Speaker 3 (16m 35s): Then you’re getting a bunch of a fan

Speaker 1 (16m 40s): For me. This guy died. It was me 50 bucks. That guy scratched my car

Speaker 3 (16m 46s): And just start rolling through them off. Well, we know Sean Payton, obviously saints coach. We know you’re a huge Nebraska Cornhuskers fan going on with the Huskers in the off season, the D bill mus, you know, he kind of set the bar of like eight to nine wins a season. Then he steps down. Where are you at with the Nebraska? I don’t know what that

Speaker 1 (17m 9s): Means. We’re going to win eight games this year. I’m going to quit.

Speaker 3 (17m 13s): I’ve made their stuff. I don’t know what’s going on. You set the bar really high. And I’m like, all right, not in Windsor. Everyone’s fired. And then you fire yourself. It’s a, well, I

Speaker 1 (17m 23s): Feel bad for Scott. He has gotten a real bad look. I’m a lifelong Husker fan. Here’s the thing that stinks for me. You know, ever since from the time I was probably from the time I was five years old, till 42 Nebraska had one had only lost maybe one or two games a year for 42 years and went to a major bowl game. Literally 95% of those times. Now I got kids. I bought a big sweatbox, all excited to take my kids to the Nebraska game so they can experience all the cool things I got to experience.

And we have not done well. Ever since my kids have been born and now they don’t even care. They don’t want to go. I got to force my kids to go to this beautiful sweet box. They don’t want to go. And what’s even worse is their cousins live in Wisconsin. They want to go to that game. But they want to where there was constant shirts, which kills me. And I get ridiculed from the fans. Cause everybody’s in my box with Wisconsin shirts, you know, they’re my own kids. And then my daughter is a dancer.

She loves to dance. She’s 13. And she’s just informed me that she might want to be going to Oklahoma.

Speaker 3 (18m 41s): I know. Right? You got to get them done in Nebraska. What what’s what’s going on?

Speaker 1 (18m 46s): I don’t know. But seriously, I hate my family and I’ve listed my daughter on eBay three days ago. Okay. I haven’t checked. I haven’t checked. I’ll take 30 bucks

Speaker 3 (19m 6s): Unloader. As soon as she’s talking about Kona, Oklahoma Scott. So Scott Frost,

Speaker 1 (19m 12s): A bad thing. Here’s the thing. I’m not a Nebraska coach. I’m just a fan. Like your, so I’m a diehard fan. Everybody always asks me these questions and then it always gets picked up on Nebraska media. And then people go, oh, you didn’t know what he stood him up. But I do know what I’m talking about. Scott and I have been friends since 1996. He used to come to a lot of my shows back when he was a senior Nebraska. When I was working at a comedy club up there, Scott is a great football coach. He is Tom Osborne Jr.

Those guys. I mean Tom Osbourne and Scott Frost literally are our buddies and, and real close Scotland, almost everything he knows from him. And they, I don’t know if you’ve noticed or not, but it’s not just there’s. There’s not just a problem. It’s not the football team. It’s not Scott Frost if people noticed or not, but Nebraska had a fantastic athletic program. They were good in a lot of sports. The only thing that they always struggled in was bast men’s basketball.

They they’ve always struggled to men’s basketball, but all their other sports have been awesome. All their sports now are dying. The only thing we got going for us right now is our volleyball team, which is one of the greatest volleyball teams in the history of volleyball. I mean, they’re unbelievable why, because they’ve got a coach there that’s been there for 25 years and he knows what the brassicas sports they’re all about. And the culture of Nebraska. We got started getting these athletic directors in there after Tom burned, quit, that didn’t know anything about Nebraska football.

And they, I mean, what kind of a moron comes in and takes a team that’s been running the, I formation their entire existence. We do it better than anybody. So we were always privy to the best linemen in the country because they knew they were going to go. You knew they were going to go play in the NFL. You always had your choice of the best running back in the country because he knew he was going to run the ball. Tom Osbourne. When it came time to recruit, he just said, here’s what I need.

I need a, a linebacker. I need a running back and get me a backup dual threat quarterback. And that’s what they would look where they get the best in the country. So then they come in Tom Osbourne leaves, oh, we’re going to go to a spread offense that almost every thinking college football team in the country is running right now. So why would you go to Nebraska and play football? When you can go to all these warm weather states that have a lot of fun things to do, if you’re going to play in the same kind of offense, it didn’t make any sense. That’s my beef about Nebraska football.

Scott Frost knows that. And he’s trying to bring back the culture of Nebraska football. COVID put a big dent in it. He just started getting what he wanted and then that put a dent in it. People need to give him time and a watch, watch him work. He’s going to do fine. Now that was a very long game.

Speaker 3 (22m 14s): I know we love college, but I completely agree. And as a guy that grew up watching Nebraska football, when they ran the triple option, it seemed like Tommy Frazier, Dean Stine cooler days, I’ve been saying forever. If the frost, if they let them go this year, they should stay with, you know, some type of run, heavy offense. Do you think jumping to the big 10 hurt you guys to them?

Speaker 1 (22m 38s): Well, I do. I mean, Nebraska was doing great, you know, but that’s what happens. Money ruins everything. You know, we were doing fine, but you know, they see these big dollars that they’re gonna make here and they don’t keep in mind everything. And not only that, you know, you know, the big 10 has this dream of thinking that they’re the Ivy league of the Midwest. So everything the Ivy league does, the big 10 of course has to do. And you know, we had all these places. We used to go and play. Everything was close to Oklahoma state.

I was state Kansas state, Kansas. You know, everything was nice and close and everybody had the that’s why we traveled so good. We always filled the stadiums because it was, you can now get to go out to Rutgers and Penn, nobody’s going to go out there. Absolutely. It hurt. You got, you know, you had these recruiting hotbeds for us all over this, all over the Midwest and the south part and you know, into Texas. And I mean, Oklahoma and Texas, we, we had these places that we used to recruit and you just kind of, you know, now you’re kind of that big 10 team.

That’s mostly out in the west and yeah, I mean, you’ve got Scott there, the re Scott’s a great recruiter. So that’s helping us a lot. It’s a good thing. We got Scott because he’s a respected coach and he can, and now we can recruit really good in Florida because they love him in Florida. I mean, you go down to Florida and, and you bring up Scott Frost name and Orlando Lakeland. They love the guy. So that’s the good thing about Scott. But I think in my opinion, you know, we chase the money and it hurt her football program.

It hurt recruiting beds. I mean, for kids that grew up in the big 10, it’s still the big 10. It’s still what they were when they were little kids. So they’re going to want to play in the traditional big 10 those schools that they remember. So that’s an uphill battle, I think, but Scott’s a good recruiter. He’s going into some places that other schools can’t go into and get things in Nebraska still has a good name and football. Regardless of that, we haven’t really done much in the last 20 years.

It’s still a name. And, but we got to get going. It’s not going to be a name for it. If they don’t get it going, you go another 10 years. You’re, you’re screwed.

Speaker 3 (25m 1s): Now. Now, now that a players can, you know, start doing their money with the name, image and likeness, have you considered sponsoring some, you know, some Nebraska football players, Adrian Martinez, perhaps, maybe, maybe they’re rocking, put down, put a Gator down on his helmet. To me, that seems you can get all the recruits. If you just kick them. Some of that, get her done money,

Speaker 1 (25m 27s): Maybe started like a little, you know what, I’ll start a Husker golf team, a football golf team. And then I can slap some good or done golf stuff on them and sponsor them that way as well.

Speaker 3 (25m 39s): Some of that actor money, Sean. Yes, exactly. He was in cars, right? Voice acting just different.

Speaker 1 (25m 52s): He was say how good I am at voice acne. All right. I’m the only guy that I know of in the voice acting field that puts on weight to do the character.

Speaker 3 (26m 7s): Anybody else that does that. I’m so committed to the role of this big truck. I’m going to put on, put on 25 pounds for build of a truck. Awesome. Yeah. Well, best of luck with the, with the golf tournament. What are you, what are you, what are you any final predictions? As far as what you think you’re looking to shoot. I know you want to get middle of the pack, but what do you think you got to get to get in the middle of the pack? I needed

Speaker 1 (26m 35s): To shoot low, low eighties. I need to shoot 82 81. I could do that if I’m putting good. My problem here is my driver. If I don’t hit fairways, you’re, you know, you can’t start every hole hit and your third shot. So you just got to hit fairways and go. If I didn’t hit fairways, I’m going to play really well. Cause I’m playing really good. I got these bro. I got PXG clubs have helped my game tremendously. I know a lot of people say, well, that’s the guy operating the clubs, which is true. But these PXG clubs.

I got, look at me doing a commercial Oh, right. They really helped. I mean, the ball just moves off the clubs so nice. I’m getting some good extra distance on them. They’re pretty forgiving. Somebody asked me last year they go, what was the longest drive I ever had? I said it was the drive home. After I shut a 1 32,

Speaker 3 (27m 28s): May I suggest hitting the bar with David Wells tonight because he did throw that perfect game hung over. No, I need, you know, David

Speaker 1 (27m 36s): Always plays in my golf tournament in Nebraska all the time. And I play in his and San Diego. I became really good friends with Wellesley and he’s just a solid dude. It’s it’s cool that he’s out here at this tournament. He’s a good addition for anybody celebrity tournament. He’s great with the fans. He’s great with, you know, he’s just good. He’ll he’ll do whatever you ask him to do. He just loves, he loves, nobody loves being David Morton, David.

Speaker 3 (28m 7s): He looked it up and he’s David Wells. Then he’s the nicest

Speaker 1 (28m 10s): Guy on the planet, man. I love David Wells. I will not say one bad word about David Wells.

Speaker 3 (28m 16s): Larry, appreciate you calling in and make sure you enter, you know, play Larry in the ACC fantasy golf. You got to get your entries in by July 8th. You pick a one golfer from each groups, but yeah,

Speaker 1 (28m 29s): It’d be a fun thing. Can I just say one thing that really stunk about that whole COVID deal? Yeah, sure. You know, people used to sneeze and it would be like, people would be very nice. People would, somebody would sneezed and he would just go, God bless you. You know? Or you see what cough? Oh, you okay. You need smarter. You know, now it’s like you sneeze. It’s like what the it’s meant. It’s like, what if is this nice? You know? And here’s what stocks, you know, I used to have to, I used to have to comp to cover up before now I got to fart to cover up a cough.

Speaker 3 (29m 3s): I mean, we live in a twisted world. She’s really gone backwards. Yeah. I was at a party, someone coughed and everyone turned and looked at him and they go, it’s a smoker’s cough. They’re like, okay. All right.

Speaker 1 (29m 15s): And you explain your cost. I did find out though last year that the best places to social distance were a golf course. And the gluten-free section of golden Creek pretty, pretty empty over there at the time. Goodbye. Last year, my wife’s anniversary happened two months after COVID and it sucked because all the garage sales were closed, but I couldn’t get her a gift.

Speaker 3 (29m 42s): I mean, you got a break or something, right. You gotta put some time and effort. It was just hoping to throw money in a garage sale,

Speaker 1 (29m 52s): Garage, sales, those things. Are you ever been in one of those?

Speaker 3 (29m 55s): Yeah, it’s been a while, but yeah. I love how the, the, sometimes the a they try and class it up and call it an estate sale. Like I know this is like it, and it wasn’t like, you know, worn down exercise, bike, you can’t call this thing, moving out of a studio apartment.

Speaker 1 (30m 12s): It’s the garbage sale. But, but it’s, but there’s no B in it. That’s all it is. They remove the B. I remember what we had. I remember we went to, I went to grocery and one time and lady goes, the lady goes, I like these shoes that she goes to the lady, do you guys have like a size seven? And I’m thinking to myself, you know what? Yeah, let them go check the warehouse in the back. You know, look there, grandma died. Those are the shoes. All right. Either buy those or move on to something.

Speaker 3 (30m 42s): Yeah. She didn’t have like nine different sizes. Someone else’s old shoes or the people who tried like low ball you on the side of like one 50, you know, I can do, I can do 85 cent. Like really

Speaker 1 (30m 56s): The guy that goes, how much is this? So dollar does it work? It’s a dollar though. Do you work?

Speaker 3 (31m 7s): You got to roll the dice on a dollar, you know, the garage sale. All right, Larry. Well, we’re going to let you go. I know you got to get ready for the big Turney, but appreciate you calling in and best of luck with the golf man.

Speaker 1 (31m 22s): We look forward to this every year. This is the funnest tournament around and we’re so thankful we get invited and it’d be cool to have some fans out here this year. So, and thanks you guys. I appreciate you so much. Thanks for asking me to come on.

Speaker 3 (31m 36s): Oh, thanks for doing it, man. And, and frost. We’ll get the Cornhuskers bowl in this year. Yes. I like the overall fix wins. Let’s go.

Speaker 1 (31m 43s): You will too. And as far as me being an addict, I will say this. As far as my acting abilities, I was nominated for seven Razzie awards. So, and you know, it’s things about that bread pit got a Razzie when I was nominated for a Razzie. Yeah,

Speaker 3 (32m 0s): You can’t lose the bread. I slept worse than he did. Are you kidding me? I can’t

Speaker 1 (32m 7s): Even, I can’t even get, I can’t even get a break.

Speaker 3 (32m 12s): Well, hopefully, hopefully Nebraska, you know, gets you to a bowl and maybe you bring home one of those golden Razzies one day

Speaker 1 (32m 18s): That’d be a good year. I think for Nebraska this year, watch our defense. Our defense is going to be very good this year. And Scott’s got some big guys on that offensive line, getting back to how we used to be. And I don’t think losing McCaffrey and the, and oh man, what was his name anyway? Winedale I, I don’t think it’s going to hurt us that much. I think it’s going to help even more because now we’ve got people in the positions they’re supposed to play.

Speaker 3 (32m 48s): All right. Yeah. Go, go Huskers. Thanks Larry. Appreciate it, man.

Speaker 0 (32m 54s): That was awesome. Talking to Larry, the cable guy, he re I really threw him off. Call me when I mentioned he was an actor. Really, really, really got a kick out of that. Oh, under dog fantasy. Are you kidding me? Callender dog, fantasy.com promo code SGPs for your chance to win a million dollars. That’s right. A free shot and winning $1 million and make sure you tune in July 13th, 24 hours straight, Brian, real money is going to be cranking it out. The best ball drafts on underdog, fantasy.com and you can hop in and draft with him again.

There’s going to be plenty of chances. It’s 24 hours straight. And if that wasn’t enough, we’re doing a $500 up props contest based on stuff. Like how many times will Kramer fall asleep? How many teams we draft? How many bathroom breaks? How many LaCroix’s will he consume? Take the over on that one. And you can enter that contest exclusively on the SGPs app in the app store or Google play store, head on over there and, and just, yeah. Download the app. Give it a nice little review.

Every Monday, giving away free hoodie for merchant Monday, based on the app reviews, Colby, what are we going to do? I feel like we’re really gonna have to help Kramer out and kinda carry him in this 24 hour draft. He’s like, oh, you guys are gonna hang out, sleep over. What’s going on. I think we’ll probably we’ll have a sleep overdrive where you and I maybe we’ll hang out in the, in the bar area, play some Nintendo tech mobile company I’ll pop in. I’ll be, I’m sure I’m going to be there for the first draft and then check in.

I definitely want to do a draft in an hour one. And then the last draft as he hits the 24 hour mark. Yeah. What time is he going to start at? Do we know yet? We’re starting. We’re starting at 1:00 PM. Okay. Okay. Now initially he wanted to start at five o’clock, which I think was kind of crazy. Cause I think after staying up all night, you need that carrot to be there soon. Like if he stays up all night and he still has to go to 5:00 PM, I think you would go crazy. But 1:00 PM I think a little more doable. I think that’s the perfect start time.

And man, it’s going to be fun. Obviously. Streaming it live youtube.com/sports. Gambling is very essential. It’s going to be, it’s going to be off the charts and man, it’s just been a exciting week. Of course, we’re taking a quick break here from our fantasy football preview series, but we’ll be picking that up tomorrow. Just wanted to get this Larry, the cable guy, special bonus episode out and again, get those. Get those fantasy golf, those fantasy golf entries in ACC fantasy golf.com.

Speaker 3 (35m 35s): Thank you for participating in the sports gambling podcast

Speaker 0 (35m 38s): For the sports gambling podcast. I’m Sean stacking the money green. He is a Colby. Dan AK the database, let it run.

The Sports Gambling Podcast is your home for uncensored sports betting opinions, analysis, and advice. Since 2011 The Sports Gambling Podcast has picked every NFL game against the spread. They’ve also expanded to cover fantasy football, college football, NBA, college basketball, golf and daily fantasy sports releasing multiple episodes per week. The podcast is hosted by Sean Green (@SeanTGreen), a Philly area native and Ryan Kramer (@KramerCentric) a New Jersey native, who bring a combined 50 years of sports betting experience to the podcast. The podcast, the picks and the posts are all completely free. Tune in to hear NFL picks, college football picks, DFS picks, NBA picks and more! The Sports Gambling Podcast doesn’t sell picks they make em. Let It Ride! SUBSCRIBE ON APPLE | SPOTIFY

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