Greg DePalma, RotoWire‘s C.J. Radune and Eric Smith of Race Review Online look back at the final stages of the Daytona 500, as Austin Dillon‘s bump tactics pay off with victory. On the flip side, impatience might have cost Ryan Blaney and Chase Elliott. They also preview the Folds of Honor 500 in Atlanta, as the season gets into full swing.
Greg DePalma and PSN baseball analyst Scott Zolotorow get fans ready for this weekend’s start of spring training with previews of the AL East, where the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox had another active winter, as well as the NL East. Top offseason moves are scrutinized and early predictions offered.
. Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, joins Greg DePalma with a look at the newly released Ourlads’ Pre-Combine Top 32 ranking of prospects. Penn State RB Saquon Barkley heads the list, followed by a pair of QBs in Heisman winner Baker Mayfield and UCLA’s Josh Rosen. They also discuss what to look for at next week’s NFL Combine.
Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Scott Zolotorow get fans set for the start of conference tournaments with a rundown of leagues big and small, from NCAA Tournament contenders to potential bracket busters. Gonzaga and St. Mary’s again duel in the West Coast Conference, while Michigan State wins the Big Ten regular season and look out for Bucknell from the Patriot League.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook discuss Bubba Watson‘s re-emergence at Riviera, as the PGA Tour leaves the West Coast to begin the Florida Swing at the Honda Classic. Defending champion Rickie Fowler lives minutes from PGA National, but so do chief contenders Justin Thomas and Rory McIlroy.
The PGA Tour makes its annual switch from the West Coast to Florida, starting with this week’s Honda Classic. Rickie Fowler defends his title, one of more than a dozen with Palm Beach ties.
With the West Coast Swing in the books, the PGA Tour makes its way across the country to the Sunshine State to kick off its three-event Florida stretch at the Honda Classic.
The Daytona 500 has always been a race that rewards veterans. Entering 2018, nine of the last 11 winners were over the age of 30. But the sport is in a transition with a new wave of drivers getting rides.
Golf: Bubba Watson scripts his L.A. story, winning again at Riviera even while moonlighting on the court. Riviera still has Tiger Woods’ number, though, and a piece of history is up for bid.
Greg DePalma and Eric Smith of Race Review Online take one final look across the grid ahead of the 60th Daytona 500, where Alex Bowman sits on the pole in Dale Earnhardt Jr.’s former ride. If recent form holds, though, it’ll be someone from the Ford stable – Brad Keselowski, Joey Logano, Kevin Harvick, Kurt Busch, etc. – who takes the checkered flag.