Prisco’s NFL Week 3 picks: Aaron Rodgers gets revenge on Tom Brady and Buccaneers, Patriots sneak past Ravens

It was a good solid start for my picks in Week 2 — which I will take considering how crazy the second week of an NFL season can be after the uncertainty of Week 1. Get-even week can be challenging.

I went 9-7 against the spread in our CBSSports Expert picks, 10-6 straight up and 3-2 with my best bet as part of the Pick Six Podcast. That brings my record ATS to 17-15, 17-14-1 straight up and 8-3 with my best batch.

The best batch should have been 4-1, but the Rams dozed off late and let the Falcons get the cover after dominating most of the game.

That happens. But if I can go 8-3 with the best batch every two weeks, I will take it.

This week features some great matchups, but it also features games where I think the line is a little out of whack.

What are the most popular high school sports? Here are some takeaways from the latest national survey

While overall participation is down, the survey found increased participation in a number of sports, with golf standing out as the only sport to see an increase among boys.

“Given what has occurred in our country the past three years, we believe a decline of only four percent in participation totals from 2018-19 is pretty remarkable,” said Karissa Niehoff, CEO of the NFHS. “We know some states that were able to complete surveys in 2020-21 reported participation increases this past year. So, we are very optimistic that the trend will continue in the years to come as schools fully recover from the effects of the 2020 shutdown.”

Here are a few key data points.

While participation in 11-player football was down three percent (1,006,013 to 973,792), there was a 12 percent increase in 6-, 8-,

Sandy Clough to retire from Denver sports radio 104.3 The Fan

Sandy Clough has been on Colorado sports radio airwaves for more than 40 years.

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. — A voice of Colorado sports radio since 1979 is leaving the microphone.

Sandy Clough is retiring from full-time hosting duties at KKFN-FM 104.3 The Fan after 25 years, Bonneville Denver announced Friday.

“I’ve had a tremendous experience over the past 25 years sharing my opinions and interacting with our wonderful listeners at The Fan,” Clough said.

Above video: Sandy Clough remembers the late Irv Brown.

Clough has served a variety of roles in 25 years at 104.3 The Fan including working in every daypart and hosting postgame shows.

“Being able to share in the joy of Denver’s wins while consulting the city’s heartbreak of losses was a privilege and responsibility I was honored to have,” said Clough. “I’m very grateful and appreciative for all of the amazing colleagues I’ve had the opportunity