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Podcast Rebellion: The Legal Gambling Counsel tries to rebound in week four

Last week we were dismayed. This week we get paid.

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 09 Georgia at Notre Dame Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Last week was brutal for the Legal Gambling Counsel. We went 2-10 in our locks and it was just a messy week of football. Now, we are still in the black for the season (20-15-1) and are ready to rebound in week four. So here goes nothing!

This week, we’re really feeling some of the Power 5 favorites and we think you should, too! We talk about the Georgia/Notre Dame game and why we think this is more of a wake-up call for the rest of the SEC and country that the Bulldogs are for real rather than an indictment on Notre Dame being pretenders. We also make fun of Jim Harbaugh and LOL IRL at Wisconsin’s defense and how insanely good they’ve been so far.

Then, we close discussing the Rebels tussle with the Cal Bears.

Go get that money, y’all!

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And also when you’re in the Velvet Ditch, be sure to take a quick trip to Wonderbird Spirits, North Mississippi’s first distillery. It’s an eight minute drive south of Oxford on Old Taylor Road and is the only spot in the Magnolia State for a true grain-to-glass gin experience. And don’t forget to follow them on Instagram!

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