• Prime Sports Golf: CareerBuilder Challenge podcast
  • Prime Sports Tennis: Jan. 16 podcast
  • Around the Tours: Jan. 16 golf report
  • Prime Sports Tennis: Australian Open preview
  • Prime Sports Tennis: Top guests

Prime Sports Golf: CareerBuilder Challenge podcast

Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook take a look at the CareerBuilder Challenge, as Jon Rahm and Phil Mickelson headline the marquee for the PGA Tour’s first stop of the year on the U.S. mainland. They also look at the European Tour stop in Abu Dhabi, where Rory McIlroy returns after a three-month injury layoff.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Jan. 16 podcast

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma looks at the Australian Open‘s opening round, where the American faction suffered a crash course and Simona Halep overcame injury to advance. Novak Djokovic and Stan Wawrinka also offered the first look at their comeback bids.  

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Prime Sports Tennis: Australian Open preview

PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma to delve into the first major of 2018, as the Australian Open‘s main draw begins competition Monday. No.1 seed Rafael Nadal and defending champ Roger Federer head the men’s draw, where Novak Djokovic returns from a six-month injury layoff. Simona Halep is the top women’s seed, as Serena Williams opts not to defend.  

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OFN NFL Preview: Divisional playoffs

. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia look back at last week’s NFL wild card games and delve into Round 2, as the AFC and NFC’s top seeds join the picture. The Minnesota Vikings get into action with an eye on becoming the first to play the Super Bowl on its home field, but must dispatch a resilient New Orleans Saints squad.  

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Prime Sports Golf: Sony Open podcast

Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook review Dustin Johnson‘s calendar-opening romp at Kapalua before turning their attention to the second half of the Hawaiian double. Justin Thomas is defending champion at the Sony Open, though it’ll be tough to replicate last year’s record-setting romp at Waialae.  

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