“The College Baseball Experience,” (@TCEonSGPN) is the only podcast that has committed 100% of it’s content to gambling on NCAA Baseball. Host Noah Bieniek (@Seventy7NB) of the Sports Gambling Podcast Network has provided picks and gambling analysis on College Football, College Basketball, the MLB, NHL and NFL but today he is dedicating his talents to the college diamond. From the Big West to the Big East, TCE analyzes NCAA Baseball rankings and every bettable game throughout the Road To Omaha and during the College World Series. Talking the NCAA Baseball Tournament weekly there’s no better place for gambling on the sport.
College Baseball Bets For The NCAA Baseball Tournament Sunday 6/5
DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE OVERS BUFFET! 21-9, +9.31u YESTERDAY!
The overs are “all you can eat” so bet responsibly!
First, in today’s podcast Bieniek recaps a winning Saturday during the NCAA Baseball Tournament. Second, he rattles off some stats pertaining underdogs, 1-seeds, conferences, and OVERS. Will the overs have another tremendous positive record today? Next, Bieniek runs through the whole College Baseball betting slate. He discusses his angles, picks, and bets for each game being offered. After that, Bieniek lists off his locks where he has been positive units in eight of the last nine days. Lastly, Bieniek gives out the Podcast Parlay.
Bieniek has hit on 53% (8-7) of the parlays given out on the podcast so far this season. Follow Noah Bieniek for updates on Twitter. When you do you get to see his official bets FOR FREE, and his opinions on NCAA Baseball rankings. Add that to NCAA Baseball scores, news, and baseball highlights through the end of the College World Series in June and you’re all set! Join us during the Road To Omaha and experience the bettor side of college baseball with, “The College Baseball Experience.”
SCOTTSDALE, AZ – MAY 28: UCLA Burins Outfielder Kenny Oyama (15) gets a hit during the PAC12 Baseball Tournament game between the Oregon State Beavers and the UCLA Bruins on May 28, 2022, at Scottsdale Stadium in Scottsdale, AZ. (Photo by Zac BonDurant/Icon Sportswire