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Badder Beats


Aug 29, 2019

 
 

With the college football season unfurling fully in Week 1, Brant James and Ryan Butler hash out the Auburn-Oregon game and ponder other lesser matchups. 

NASCAR managing director of gaming Scott Warfield lays out the stock car series’ plans to utilize legal sports betting beginning in September. 

 BADDER BEATS TIME STAMPS 

5:46 – College football, Week 1. 

6:30 – Brant nails his Week 0 prediction. 

7:17 – Auburn at Oregon. 

11:27 - Auburn’s Gus Malzahn could be under pressure if he loses the opening coin toss. 

14:01 – Bravely betting against Wake Forest. 

15:39 – Is 35 points too much in Duke-Alabama? 

16:29 – Why are Syracuse and Liberty playing? 

17:42 – On Missouri and Wyoming in another odd matchup. 

18:05 – Houston at Oklahoma is going to be interesting, but the Cougars’ Dana Holgorsen is 0-7 against the Sooners. 

21:04 – Georgia-Vanderbilt in an early opportunity for Bulldogs quarterback Jake Fromm to make a case for the Heisman Trophy. 

NASCAR executive Scott Warfield 

24:01 – NASCAR’s history with legal sports betting and utilizing it as an engagement tool. 

25:00 – The four pillars of NASCAR’s approach to betting. 

28:02 – How could NASCAR specifically leverage sports betting soon? 

28:46 – NASCAR will begin rolling out more sports betting options, utilizing its data deal with Genius Sports, in September. 

31:03 – Leveraging star power into in-place bets. 

33:00 – Scott Warfield says NASCAR fans are already gamblers, according to research. 

40:02 – NASCAR has not been as active as some sports leagues, Warfield said, in lobbying for sports betting where it is popular, specifically Florida. 

44:10 – Will legal sports betting increase sponsorships for NASCAR teams? 

ODD BET 

49:34 – Gardner-Webb and UNC Charlotte college football game. 

51:12 – Ryan Butler explains how ‘over’ works. 

52:15 – Big Ten men’s basketball preseason betting odds, anyone?