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Hit the Books

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Welcome to Hit The Books. This is your source for NCAA sports betting content powered by The Hammer Betting Network. This channel looks to provide you with the highest quality college football and college basketball betting content across multiple divisions from bets and picks to insight and analysis. On this feed, we house a multitude of shows with creators such as Joey Knish, Brad Powers, Parker Fleming, and more. Follow this feed to keep up to date with all of the great content and go to The Hammer website for all of your sports betting content needs:


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Latest Episodes

Week 5 of College Football is underway and the Hit The Books crew of Brad Powers and Joey Knish are live for their Friday show to recap what's gone down over the first few days of Week 5, look ahead to Saturday's games, and give out their best bets! more

4 days ago

It is time for some college football free picks for Week 3 on Never Punt, Never Parlay. Join us for game previews and best bets as we look to cash in on this week's action. Tune in to the full episode to catch every play made by Parker Fleming and Do... more

8 days ago

Week 4 of College Football is in the books so Joey Knish and Brad Powers are going live to react to everything that happened! The guys also preview the entire slate for Week 5 and give out their best bets! more

8 days ago


4.9 out of 5 stars from 117 ratings
  • Awesome insights on Week 0

    Looking forward to the season, go Buckeyes! Love the podcast, guys are really knowledgeable of the game.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Love this podcast

    Super helpful with betting

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Must listen

    Always educational, definitely about the books.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 months ago
  • Great stuff

    Loving these conference previews! No fluff here

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Insightful College Football Talk

    I’ve really enjoyed these previews of the college football conferences around the country, can’t wait for the in-season podcasts as well!!

    Apple Podcasts
    Garrett Pog
    United States2 months ago

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