Golf: As the PGA Tour season returns from hiatus, we say good riddance to armchair rules enforcement, wait for Tiger Woods’ next move and take Jordan Spieth off the market.
Greg DePalma, Jeff Shain and Pro Golf Weekly‘s Joel Cook preview the Sentry Tournament of Champions, as the PGA Tour kicks the year off with Justin Thomas defending the first of back-to-back titles in Hawaii. They also discuss Tiger Woods‘ competitive return last month in the Bahamas, and where we might see him tee it up next.
PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand joins Greg DePalma with her thoughts on Serena Williams‘ return to the court in Abu Dhabi, though she lost her exhibition match to Jelena Ostapenko. Meantime, Novak Djokovic has suffered a setback in his return and Andy Murray is still on the mend just two weeks before the Australian Open begins.
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Greg DePalma and PSN contributor Jan Levine touch on the New York Jets‘ season-ending loss to New England and delve into the ongoing rebuild, already underway with both GM Mike Maccagnan and coach Todd Bowles receiving contract extensions. The Jets have the sixth pick in April’s NFL Draft and free-agent options to mull.
Greg DePalma is joined by Anthony Dasher, managing editor of UGaSports.com on the Rivals network, to discuss Georgia‘s dramatic Rose Bowl triumph over Oklahoma that sends the Bulldogs into the College Football Playoff title game against SEC rival Alabama. The Bulldogs trailed by 17 shortly before halftime, but now will play for their first national title since the 1980 edition.
It’s hard to believe, but the PGA Tour’s offseason is officially over as the not-for-profit money machine tees it up this week in Hawaii.
Greg DePalma welcomes back longtime SportsTalk SC host Phil Kornblut to discuss Clemson‘s playoff trilogy against Alabama, which plays out again in Monday night’s Sugar Bowl. It’s been four decades since any program has won back-to-back national titles with different starting QBs. They also touch on South Carolina‘s matchup vs. Michigan in the Outback Bowl.
. Greg DePalma and co-host Tony Mejia take a hard look at the games that matter in the final week of the NFL’s regular season, including a division title still up for grabs between the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers. Three other playoff spots also have to be settled before the postseason picture is completed.
Mike Huguenin of Gridiron Now returns to join Greg DePalma with a preview of the College Football Playoff semifinals and other key matchups as bowl season enters its final week. They also touch on who did well in college football’s very first early signing day.