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College Baseball Shriners College Classic Recap & More | The College Baseball Experience (Ep. 3)

College Baseball Shriners College Classic Recap & More | The College Baseball Experience (Ep. 3)

Podcast Recap

The College Baseball Experience (@TCEonSGPN) on the Sports Gambling Podcast Network recaps a weekend full of upsets in college baseball. The College Baseball Experience is the #1 college baseball gambling podcast on the airwaves. Host Noah Bieniek is hitting over 60% of his college baseball parlays and over 50% of his college baseball betting locks, with some cash won on moneyline underdogs as well. Find his daily best college baseball bets on Twitter @Seventy7NB. On today’s episode Bieniek called in a Degen from the Dugout, Ryan (@bets_bush) to talk about Ryan’s experience inside Minute Maid Park watching ALL NINE of the Shriners Children’s College Baseball Classic games in person. Do the Texas Longhorns have any true weaknesses? LSU had the biggest fan base in attendance, and definitely the best moment of the whole weekend with Jordan Thompson’s Walk-Off Pimp, but are they ready for the College World Series in Omaha, Nebraska come June? The UCLA Bruins and Baylor Bears had impressive 2-1 weekends. What can we expect from both college baseball teams moving forward? Tennessee Head Coach Tony Vitello also led the Volunteers to a 2-1 weekend. Ryan is sold on their batting lineup. Do the Vols have what it takes to go back to the College World Series for a second straight year? Before the interview Bieniek discusses the Landon Sims injury. How it happened, what the injury feels like, and how long Sims could possibly be out. Ian Cleary, one of Bieniek’s longtime baseball teammates, had a career day at the plate on Saturday. Cleary hit a Grand Slam and three other home runs to put the cherry on top of his great day. Bieniek finishes the episode providing early insights on the marquee matchups of the midweek college baseball slate. Hear all of this and more on The College Baseball Experience. Let It Ride And Stomp The Plate.

 

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