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4/25/18 Wharton Moneyball

In this episode of Wharton Moneyball the crew covers everything from college football and NFL to the NBA playoffs. They kick off the show interviewing Former NFL GM & SiriusXM Blitz host Phil Savage about the NFL Draft. Next they talk more NFL Draft with one of the biggest names in College Football, Rece Davis! Plus a look into the MLB and NHL Seasons. Tune in and check it out! Guests: Phil Savage - Former General Manager, Director of Player Personnel and Director of College Scouting for multiple NFL teams. He is also hosting SiriusXM Blitz as part of SiriusXM NFL Radio. Follow him on twitter @SeniorBowlPhil Rece Davis - Host of College Game Day Saturdays in the fall and will be hosting the brand new college centric approach to ESPN’s draft coverage with the College Game Day crew. Follow him on twitter @ESPN_ReceDavis

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