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Wildcat Radio Sportsbook Update

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Bet on the Pac-12, win free In-N-Out. See the details below.

OOOOFFF! The Wildcat Radio Sportsbook got HOUSED by our listeners yesterday.

Coming into the week, the Sportsbook was up $2,360 on our listeners. We offered two bets:

Arizona at UCLA

UCLA -5.5 (-110)

Arizona +5.5 (-110)

13 listeners took Arizona +5.5 and won $1,170 in Cat Cash
3 Doubting Thomases took UCLA -5.5 and lost $300 in Cat Cash

Our Listeners won $870 and the Wildcat Radio Sportsbook lost $870 in Cat Cash.

This lowered the Sportbook advantage down to $1,490. Then the second wave hit.

Stanford at Oregon

Stanford +14.5 (-110)

Oregon -14.5 (-110)

10 listeners took Oregon -14.5 and won $900 in Cat Cash
2 listeners took Stanford -14.5 and lost $200 in Cat Cash

Our listeners won $700 and the Wildcat Radio Sportsbook lost $700 in Cat Cash.

So, after today, the Wildcat Radio Sportsbook only leads our listeners by $590. Smell the In-N-Out? Forget about it. We are going to make a roaring come back next week.

In case you missed it earlier in the year, here is how the contest works:

Follow us on Twitter @WildcatRadioAZ and participate in our Sportsbook 'wagers' (polls) throughout the week.

Every year, Wildcat Radio rents out a suite in Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Tournament. This year, we will host a party for our listeners before one of the games. YOU have a chance to decide whether or not everyone gets free In-N-Out.

How? Each week we will release a number of proposition bets on Twitter (@WildcatRadioAZ). We will consider each vote a $100 wager of Cat Cash against the Wildcat Radio Sportsbook. At the end of the week we will report the results.

Collectively, if our listeners beat our Sportsbook at the end of the Pac-12 basketball season, we will provide free In-N-Out for anyone that RSVP's to the party. If the sportsbook wins, Rick will record an entire podcast about the most important fundamentals of an offensive line, just kidding...probably.