Bowl Season Voicemails, Part III: Waxing Poetic About Miami’s Stuff Rate

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After tumultuous bowl prognostication all week, Action Network Colleges Podcast hosts Stuckey and Collin Wilson finished with strong College Football Playoff semifinal performances, including an all-time gambling extravaganza in the second half of the Orange Bowl. And that means our Podcast Hotline was loaded with plenty of incensed listener voicemails this morning.

This gambling life line remains open 24/7, and this week we received rants about the Boilermakers’ effort in Music City, Temple’s flop against Duke, and a particularly colorful reference to the Miami Hurricanes’ stuff rate in Yankee Stadium.

Here’s a sample of some of this week’s best voicemails. To listen to all the best messages that flooded our inbox, download the latest episode of The Action Network Colleges Podcast now.

And remember, if you’re feeling a strong emotion about college sports or you simply want to howl like a wolf into your telephone, give us a call any time at (575) 655-0664.

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