Over & Under
Over and Under with Jason Pothier and Ken Boehlke. CBS Sports Radio 1140’s only local sports show breaks down the goings on in the world of sports from the everyday gambler’s perspective.
Jason and Ken find the gambling angle on all the top stories, while making picks and picking on each other.
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