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Watch: Roll Call is tired of Congress’ weak sports bets

Clyde McGrady has had enough

LSU and New Orleans Saints helmets on display in the Hart Building office of former Sen. David Vitter on September 6, 2016. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)
LSU and New Orleans Saints helmets on display in the Hart Building office of former Sen. David Vitter on September 6, 2016. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

Heard on the Hill’s Clyde McGrady has seen it all when it comes to members making “friendly wagers” for big championship games, like Reps. Stephanie Murphy and Garret Graves betting a jog around the Capitol, or Sens. Richard C. Shelby and John Kennedy hawking some home-state food products (if a national franchise like Popeyes still counts as a Louisiana staple). But Clyde is ready for something bigger.

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