Brian’s Vegas Insider Bio
Brian Edwards covers football, basketball and the UFC with a special emphasis on SEC football and SEC hoops. He has handicapped for VI since 2002. If you scroll down this page, you can see his top-three finishes (to the right) among VI’s handicappers over the last decade and change, in addition to his by-lines going back nearly a decade (to the left at bottom)… Read More

Sharp and Benning
Gary Sharp and Damon Benning host a daily morning show on 1620 The Zone in Omaha. Brian is a weekly guest on Thursdays at 10:40 a.m. Central, discussing sports from the gambling perspective with Gary and Damon. Read More

Matt Youmans
Matt Youmans is a former sports reporter for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, covering sports betting and the UNLV basketball team. He still co-hosts a sports radio show on ESPN1100 with Dave Cokin. Brian is a regular guest on this show during football season and occasionally appears during hoops season as well. Youmans left the RJ early in 2017 to join, the company formed by Brent Musburger after he retired from broadcasting. Read More

Chris Vernon Show
The Chris Vernon Show used to be on 92.9 ESPN Memphis, but he’s now working with the Grizzlies, The Ringer U and Grind City Media. Brian appears on Verno’s Ringer Podcast regularly and is a guest every Friday (during football season, sometimes during hoops or for big UFC events) on his Grind City Media show. You can keep up with Verno on his twitter account.  Read More

Jason Floyd/The MMA Report/
Jason Floyd, formerly at 620 WDAE for 10 years, covers MMA and has a weekly podcast on his website – The MMA Report. His site is all about the world of mixed martial arts, which is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. His coverage includes several MMA organizations, most notably the UFC and Bellator. Before big UFC events, Floyd is a regular guest on Brian’s Games Galore podcast. He’s also the co-owner of, a company that produces and promotes podcast, including Games Galore. Read More

A to Z Sports 
Brian used to be a weekly guest year-round with Austin Stanley and Zach Bingham on ESPN Nashville. The A to Z Crew has moved to an all-digital platform, so you can catch their daily Monday-Friday show on Facebook Live and other social-media outlets. Read More

Chris Harry
Chris Harry’s blog (Harry Fodder) is one of the best sources for information about University of Florida sports. Read More

Paul Howard
Paul Howard has been a sports radio titan in Las Vegas for nearly two decades. He has had Brian on his show for football picks every Friday going back to 2009. Brian also joins Paul during March Madness and on occasion for big UFC events. Like Youmans, Paul recently joined VSIN, where he is the co-host of “Follow the Money” with Mitch Moss every weekday from 11:00-1:00 in the Pacific time zone. Read More

Chad Millman
Millman is the Editor in chief at ESPN The Magazine. He also covers the sports betting world for ESPN, writing the Behind The Bets blog for and frequently contributing stories to The Magazine and the network’s newsmagazine TV program, E:60. Brian has been a guest on Chad’s Behind the Bets podcast several times and regularly provides thoughts, quotes and picks for his blog. Brian also is one of three voters for ESPN CHALK’s Vegas Rankings during football season. Read More

Nick Bahe
Nick Bahe has been a member of the Omaha media after graduating with a degree in Journalism from Creighton University in 2008.  Along with hosting his own show on 1620 The Zone in Omaha, Nick serves as the color analyst on radio and television for the Creighton Men’s basketball team. Nick’s knowledge and experience in the world of sports is a result of his college basketball career, playing two seasons for the University of Kansas and finishing his career playing for Creighton University.  With Kansas and Creighton, Nick went to the NCAA tournament three times and the N.I.T. once.  Read More

Kevin Iole
Award-winning veteran sportswriter Kevin Iole is the national boxing and mixed martial arts reporter for Yahoo! Sports. Kevin previously covered boxing for the Las Vegas Review-Journal and other publications, writing on some of the biggest names and bouts in the sport. Read More