Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, Rotowire.com college football editor, get together to examine the most intriguing games of Week 3, highlighted by high-flying Mississippi’s trip to No.2 Alabama.
Greg DePalma previews the week in the NFL and college football with the latest trends, odds and injury updates. Thursday night’s slate features the Denver Broncos in Kansas City, along with Clemson visiting Louisville in college football.
College Football: A strange week in the SEC saw Arkansas fall flat, Auburn nearly lose to FCS competition and Florida and Missouri escape close ones.
Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, Rotowire.com college football editor, look back at the season’s opening weekend and break down a Week 2 slate led by Oregon’s visit to Michigan State in the year’s first matchup of Top 10 teams.
Greg DePalma previews the week in pro and college football with the latest trends, odds and injury updates. Heading this week’s slate is Thursday night’s NFL season opener as the Pittsburgh Steelers visit reigning champion New England (with a reinstated Tom Brady).
College Football: Even as Week 1 went mostly according to expectations, a spate of early injuries could change perceptions on some teams for 2015.
Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, Rotowire.com college football editor, look at key games in the season’s opening weekend. The duo recaps Thursday night’s top games, including Jim Harbaugh’s losing debut at Michigan, and break down the weekend slate with injury updates and predictions.
College football preview: Forecasting the College Football Playoff and other top bowls, plus a look at the season’s top sleeper possibilities.
Greg DePalma previews the upcoming football weekend, including Thursday’s top opening night college games. Joining him is Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, to discuss the NFL’s top young players and best college talent available for the 2016 NFL Draft.
College football: A Big Ten team holds down the top spot in PSN’s Prime Dozen outlook – though perhaps not the one that immediately comes to mind.