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There Could Be A Three-Way Tie For The Lead By Week's End, Kyle Has Clinched Not Having To Eat Bull Testicles (We Think)

January 10, 2019
During the 2018 football season on Glenn Clark Radio, we continue the tradition of being held accountable for our flawed opinions. Glenn, Kyle, Jon Proctor, Bryan Powell  and Andrew Stetka choose four college football games (one local, three marquees) and the five most interesting NFL games that week, and make their picks against the spread — but, we’re down to the home stretch in the NFL, with Clemson winning the college title. The loser at season's end has to eat Rocky Mountain Oysters -- a.k.a. bull testicles. Enjoy!


Indianapolis Colts @ Kansas City Chiefs Saturday, Jan. 12 ,  4:35 p.m., NBC (LINE: KC -5.5)

Glenn : IND, Jon : IND, Kyle : IND, Bryan : IND , Andrew: IND

Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Rams,  Saturday, Jan. 12,  8:15 p.m., FOX (LINE: LAR -7.5)

Glenn : DAL, Jon : DAL, Kyle : DAL, Bryan : LAR , Andrew: DAL

Los Angeles Chargers @ New England Patriots Sunday, Jan. 13,  1:05  p.m., CBS (LINE: NE -4.5)

Glenn : LAC, Jon : LAC, Kyle : LAC, Bryan : LAC, Andrew: LAC

Philadelphia Eagles @ New Orleans Saints Sunday, Jan. 13,  4:40  p.m., FOX (LINE: NO -8.5)

Glenn : NO, Jon : PHI, Kyle : PHI, Bryan : NO , Andrew: NO

Listen to the segment in its entirety below.