A few times a week as I sit at my three-foot wide cubicle in one of the two GLS locations (our Toronto office, and Gagnon’s condo), Cam Stewart comes running into our area of the office, and frantically turns the TV to horse racing. He then either jumps or screams with rage when Eighteen Carrot Gold edges out Gaits of Hell after a tight sprint down the home stretch.
Having witnessed that little spectacle regularly, I imagine watching Stewart watch the Super Bowl may be even more entertaining than the game itself. His anger could begin before the game even starts if Kelly Clarkson sings the national anthem in less than one minute and 34 seconds.
The bubbling of that rage and/or elation starts now as Stewart and Eric Cohen break down Sunday’s game from a gambling perspective in this week’s edition of the Red Heat podcast.