Episode 24 – Tennessee Volunteers, Jeremy Pruitt, Vanderbilt Commodores, Tennessee Titans, Marcus Mariota, Oban

Episode 23 – Gambling scorecard, Antonio Brown, Taylor Lewan, Zeke, Titans schedule, Atlanta Braves trade deadline, Atlanta United, MLS All-Star Game, Vanderbilt football schedule, Tennessee football schedule, Pac 12 9am kickoff?, Bowman Brothers bourbon, Calypso update, Final thoughts

Episode 19 – Balvenie, Atlanta Braves, Vanderbilt Baseball, U.S. Men’s National Team, Baker Mayfield, Alex Smith, Buffalo Bills,Dwayne Haskins, LSU football scandal, Tennessee football new commit

Gambling Scorecard Post Elite Eight

BabbleCal is running hot! College basketball picks are now 56/80 for a 70% success rate year to date. He also nailed the pick of Vanderbilt taking two out of three at home against the Volunteers.

Gambling Scorecard & Sweet 16 Picks

BabbleCal nailed 8/8 picks for Sunday’s games! These picks bring the year to date record up to 48/68 or 71% on college basketball games.

Sweet 16 picks are as follows: Gonzaga, Tennessee, Michigan, Virginia, Michigan State, North Carolina, Duke, Kentucky

Gambling Scorecard and Day 4 Picks

BabbleCal nailed 7/8 picks yesterday bringing year to date record to 40/60 for 67% success rate on college basketball! Vanderbilt baseball whipped Florida in Nashville for a three game sweep by outscoring the over-matched Gators 34-6 in total. BabbleCal’s college baseball picks are 2/2 on the year.

March Madness picks for today are as follows: Tennessee, North Carolina, Duke, Texas Tech, Virginia Tech, Virginia, Houston, Oregon

Gambling Scorecard and Day 3 Picks

BabbleCal nailed 10/16 picks yesterday for a year to date record of 33/52 or 63% success rate on college basketball!

Picks today are as follows: Maryland, Kentucky, Michigan, Florida State, Gonzaga, Michigan State, Purdue, Auburn

March Madness Picks Day 2

Teams moving on to the next round are as follows: UVA, Ole Miss, Wisconsin, Kansas State, Cincinnati, Tennessee, UNC, Utah State, Ohio State, Houston, Duke, UCF, Mississippi State, Virginia Tech, Buffalo, Texas Tech