What your view of sports and life would be if you had too many concussions
After the first week of the J-Dub Gambling Challenge, the hills were alive with the sound of money! But after the second week, the Von Trapp family has been rounded up and stuffed into the cattle cars heading for the camps. In Week 1, it was Purdue who tried to play the role of that bastard Hitler youth kid Rolfe who almost sold out the Von Trapp family. In Week 2, the Boilermakers were joined by the rest of the B1G Ten. Every B1G Ten team I had action on went south on me. Thank God I stayed away from that Michigan-Army pile of dog barf, or else I might be a lampshade by now.
The bottom line is whether it was Europe in the 1930s or gambling regardless of the time, they both contain an element of survival…so base on my results for Week 2, don’t be surprised to see some seriously unexpected behavior from Maria Von Trapp.
Bad jokes aside, the bottom line is the bankroll now stands at $5,073, so there still plenty of cheese for guard bribing purposes.
Thanks to the Supreme Court, gambling is no longer illegal at Bushwood, sir. However, the Supreme Court can’t really help me unless one of them is willing to keep Mrs. J-Dub from braining me with a cast-iron skillet if she found out how many dimes I’m dropping on college football. That means that as far as she knows, all wagers are mythical in nature and this is in no way, shape, or form a gambling advice column. In other words, if you lose your own “real” money, that’s nobody’s fault but yours, so don’t yell at me when we meet at the plasma center on Monday.
Having said that, let’s get ready to gamble…
Ohio State (-16) at Indiana O/U 61 $100 Ohio State
J-Dub’s Payday of the Week:
North Carolina at Wake Forest (-3) O/U 64.5
$200 Wake Forest
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