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NFL

Daily Wager: Previewing the NFC amid free agency

Doug Kezirian, Preston Johnson, Joe Fortenbaugh and Anita Marks all discuss the past, present and future free agent moves going on in NFC free agency.

38:50

NFL

Daily Wager: The odds behind Tom Brady and the new-look Bucs

ESPN's Daily Wager team breaks down how the odds for the 2020 football season have changed with Tom Brady leaving New England for Tampa Bay.

27:55

Siena

NCAAM

Fan can't believe Siena didn't cover spread

Scott Van Pelt and Stanford Steve check in on a fan with exaggerated excitement during Siena vs. Holy Cross men's basketball game, in which Siena fails to cover the spread and is listed as a bad beat.

1:33

Campbell

NCAAF

SVP's worst beats of the year include Campbell's blocked punt

One of Scott Van Pelt's worst beats of the year includes Campbell blocking a Gardner-Webb punt with eight seconds left in the game and returning the blocked punt for a touchdown to force OT.

1:02

NCAAF

JMU's Hail Mary crushes point-total bettors everywhere

1:09

NBA

Knicks, Pacers can't make a basket to push the over

1:23

NCAAF

Stanford gets a taste of its own bad beat medicine

After Stanford covered a spread in Week 1 of the season on a late fumble touchdown, the Cardinal fail to cover one during the last week after coughing up a fumble of its own.

1:33

NCAAM

Half-court shots have some bettors averting their eyes

3:09

NCAAF

Air Force's late pick-6 was significant to many

Colorado State drives down the field to trim their deficit, but a pick-6 not only seals the game, but dooms Rams bettors.

1:24

MLB

How to approach betting totals with inflated scoring numbers

2:17

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