Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com preview two Grade 1 stakes races including the Travers Stakes with Preakness winner Exaggerator and Belmont Stakes winner Creator doing battle for the win.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin are on hand for a Major League Baseball playoff update. Big match ups are on tap with Kansas City facing Boston and Cleveland taking on Texas, while the Kansas City bandwagon starts to pick up steam. The Seattle Seahawks are on deck for the NFL preview and college football kicks off in Australia.
Just three races remain for drivers to claim a spot in NASCAR Sprint Cup’s version of the playoffs. Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune share their early insights on who has a chance of making the grade in Michigan. >>Listen to Prime Sports NASCAR Sunday at 11:00 a.m. ET
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, golf writer at The Island Packet, review golf’s return to the Olympics and preview The Barclays as the PGA Tour’s FedExCup playoffs get underway. Points leader Jason Day also is defending champion, as the venue shifts to notorious Bethpage Black.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin focus solely on college football in this edition, breaking down each conference race and making their picks for the College Football Playoff. As it turns out, both pick Michigan to lose the title game — with Clemson and Notre Dame getting their votes as the eventual champion.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ken Meringolo are look at the injuries to Stephen Strasburg and Joe Ross with Lucas Giolito due to return to action. The pair also discuss other pitchers to keep an eye on as the team sits seven games behind the Chicago Cubs.
Greg DePalma and Andrea Leand review last week’s WTA event in Cincinnati, where Karolina Pliskova beat No. 2 seed Angelique Kerber who was aiming to take over the World No. 1 ranking. The pair also give an update on the sport’s new anti-doping policy.
All of the major racing series are in action this week with NASCAR Sprint Cup making a return to Michigan, IndyCar finishing what it started in Texas, and Formula 1 returning from summer break in Belgium. This is a good weekend to be a race fan. By C.J. Radune Prime Sports Network Racing Analyst
Olympic Tennis: Monica Puig united her island nation, Andy Murray made history with his second gold and U.S. hopes were left wanting on the tennis stage at the Rio Games.
Greg DePalma and co-host Ross Benjamin turn their attention to the Southeastern Conference for college football discussion, including a spicy debate on whether Tennessee‘s Butch Jones needs to win the East to retain his job. The NFL tour stops on the Cincinnati Bengals, and a look at baseball includes news of Stephen Strasburg‘s injury in Washington.