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.
For all the buzz provided by the Gonzagas and Wichita States, traditional powers still wind up taking home the trophy. Kansas, though, offers a good price this fall.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com turn their focus to college basketball, offering their top plays as the season gets ready to tip off Friday. The duo also looks at college football (Michigan, Oklahoma State) and the NFL (Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers).
Greg DePalma and Jake Letarski, college basketball editor at RotoWire.com, sit down to preview the 2015-16 season with analysis of every conference and Final Four forecasts. North Carolina takes the No.1 ranking into the season, with Kansas among the top challengers.
Greg DePalma and special guest Tony Mejia of VegasInsider.com break down at the latest football and basketball championship odds, with analysis on top teams and players that might be taking home hardware this season.
Greg DePalma examines the NCAA’s Final Four, where unbeaten Kentucky stands two wins away from completing the first unbeaten season since 1976. Wisconsin is the Wildcats’ semifinal opponent, with Duke facing Michigan State for the other title-game slot.
PSN Executive Producer Greg DePalma breaks down the NCAA’s “Sweet 16,” previewing the regional semifinals that begin Thursday. Who might be best positioned to keep Kentucky from the crown?
PSN Executive Producer Greg DePalma examines the 32 NCAA Tournament survivors hitting the court this weekend — which Cinderellas have the best chance of landing a Sweet 16 ticket?
PSN Executive Producer Greg DePalma breaks down the 68-team NCAA Tournament field, examining the early championship odds — Kentucky or the field? — bracket predictions and more.
NCAA Tournament: Can Kentucky complete the NCAA Tournament’s first perfect season since 1976? Even for huge favorites, the brackets haven’t been overly kind.