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Bet CFB is your new home for the best college football betting insights on the airwaves, hosted by senior handicapper Brian Edwards from VegasInsider. Each week, Brian will be joined by his friends from the college football world to get you ready for Saturdays throughout the fall. Bet CFB will be released twice-a-week during the football season, with episodes dropping on Monday and Thursday mornings - just in time for your daily commute to the office! Bet CFB lives on the VegasInsider Podcast feed, wherever you get your podcasts.

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Meet Our Team

Brian Edwards

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Brian is a 1998 graduate of the University of Florida, and has been with VegasInsider since March of 2000. He's been handicapping on VI since the spring of 2002. Brian concentrates on five sports -- college football, college basketball, NFL, NBA and UFC. Brian has been dialed in on all things SEC football and SEC basketball since the early 1980s. He previously hosted The Power Hours on VI Radio from 2005 to 2012, and had his own Games Galore pod from 2017 to 2019. Brian appears on radio shows across the country all year long, including weekly segments on shows in Clemson, Omaha, Memphis, Columbia, Birmingham and Nashville. He brings a wealth of on-air experience to his new role as host of the Bet CFB podcast!

Scott Mandziara

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Scott Mandziara is the producer/cohost of Bet CFB. Scott has been in the sports media industry for over six years, and has worked for networks such as ESPN Radio and FOX Sports Radio. Earlier in his career, he was the play-by-play broadcaster for the University of the Incarnate Word, where he called UIW football, basketball and baseball. Scott received his diploma from Lindenwood University with a degree in mass communications. College football, NFL, MLB and NHL are Scott’s primary areas of focus. Scott’s favorite sports memory is being in attendance for game 6 of the 2011 World Series, when David Freese hit a walk-off home run to send the series to a game 7 - inevitably leading to an 11th World Series ring for the St. Louis Cardinals. Outside of sports, Scott enjoys spending time with family and traveling.