• Nats Scraps: Spring training breakdown
  • Ourlads’ NFL Draft Guide: March 23 podcast
  • Prime Sports College Hoops: Sweet Sixteen podcast
  • Jets Confidential Radio: March 22 podcast
  • The Sports Section: March 22 podcast

Prime Sports College Hoops: Sweet Sixteen podcast

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com break down the brackets for the NCAA Tournament‘s Sweet Sixteen, which gets underway with four games Thursday. Oregon will miss big man Chris Boucher against Michigan because the Wolverines struggle against size. The night also is primed for underdogs with Xavier, Purdue and West Virginia.  

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Jets Confidential Radio: March 22 podcast

Greg DePalma and Jamal Murphy, New York-based writer for CBSlocal.com as well as co-host of the Bill Rhoden On-Sports podcast at iTunes, analyze a lukewarm New York Jets free-agency period in which QB Josh McCown and T Kelvin Beachum are part of the top arrivals. The question with McCown, though, is whether it’s even thinkable he’d open the season as the starter over several younger options.  

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The Sports Section: March 22 podcast

Greg DePalma delves deep into this week’s Sweet Sixteen matchups at the NCAA Tournament, asserting UCLA‘s Lonzo Ball won’t be put off his game against Kentucky by his dad’s loose lips. Also, Baylor could spoil South Carolina‘s surprising run by getting the Gamecocks out of their home state. Upset possibilities lurk in Purdue, Butler, Xavier and West Virginia.  

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Prime Sports Golf: WGC Match Play podcast

Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain take on golf bracketology as they preview the WGC Dell Match Play Championship, back for a second edition at Austin Country Club in Texas. World No.1 Dustin Johnson tops the brackets as he seeks a career “slam” of WGC titles, with other top seeds going to Rory McIlroy, Jason Day and Hideki Matsuyama.  

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PSN PGA Tour Handicapping Report: WGC-Match Play Picks

Rory McIlroy is not only one of the best players of our time, but he’s also one of the best in match play formats. PSN managing editor Jeff Shain believes the 27-year old Irishman will capture his second WGC title later this week as he makes the necessary preparations in his game towards winning the one major championship which has eluded him so far…The Masters.

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Prime Sports Tennis: March 21 podcast

Greg DePalma and PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand take one more look back at the BNP Paribas Open, where Roger Federer put his stamp on a fifth Indian Wells triumph, and preview the upcoming Miami Open. The Key Biscayne event lost some star power with Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic pulling out, along with Serena Williams.  

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