College Basketball: Conference play begins as New Year’s weekend approaches, with the Big Ten and Big East battling for the early spotlight.
College Basketball: The holiday week makes for an extremely light schedule on the weekend, though it creates some frontloaded early-week matchups worth watching.
College Basketball: Never mind that the Big 12 fell flat at last year’s NCAA Tournament. Baylor, Iowa State and Oklahoma are each worth a look now.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com take their weekly in-depth look at top teams and players to watch in their quest for a championship. This week’s focus turns to college basketball, including fast risers UCLA and Baylor, plus the onset of college bowl games.
College Basketball: It’s finals week on most campuses, keeping the schedule fairly quiet until teams hit the road for a Saturday full of top-tier exams in holiday showcases.
Clemson, top seed in the College Football Playoff, and AFC East leaders New England are prime topics as Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com examine top teams and players to watch in their quest for a championship. The duo also updates the college basketball scene, with a particular eye on Providence.
College Basketball: With football stepping aside to get ready for bowl season, hoops moves onto center stage – including one near the site of the Pearl Harbor attacks 74 years ago.
College Basketball: Taking an early look around the hardwood, including a roundup of key injuries that could affect conference races and maybe March tournament chances.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com examine top teams and players to watch in their quest for a championship, including North Carolina‘s 10-win surge to win the ACC’s Coastal Division. The duo also updates the latest NFL and college basketball futures.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com update the latest NFL and College Football Playoff futures odds, also looking at the start of college basketball season as Michigan gets featured play on multiple fronts. Also joining the show this week is Matt Hofeld, managing editor for SB Nation’s Oklahoma website.