Following back-to-back blowout wins to start their campaign, the Colorado Buffaloes will try and legitimize their impressive start with a big test at The Big House in Michigan.
As 3-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Champion Tony Stewart waves goodbye to the sport, can he regain the form he displayed from earlier in the season and give his fans a curtain-call for the ages? Greg DePalma thinks so which is why he’s made the 25-1 long-shot his top sleeper pick of the Chase. See what NASCAR editor CJ Radune and NASCAR.com senior writer Kenny Bruce thinks of that pick and who they like…
With two rookie QBs receiving first-career starts in their first-career games in both Philadelphia and Dallas, we feel good about our chances in selecting both the Browns and the Giants today.
Can Taysom Hill and Jamaal Williams lead the BYU Cougars to their first win over in-state rival Utah for the first time since 2009? Let’s take a look at that selection including six potential outright upset specials in this week’s edition of PSN College Football Picks of the Week.
Will quarterback Trevor Knight be just what the Aggies need to get back on top in the SEC? Tune in later today when he laces it up for the first time for Texas A&M against Josh Rosen and UCLA.
Can new Beavers quarterback Darell Garretson and the Beavers upset the Gophers in Minneapolis to kick-off their new season?
With most top-ranked players dealing with a longer than normal season following the Olympics, can a sleeper or long-shot surprise the field at Flushing Meadows starting tomorrow?
Lebron James and his Cleveland Cavaliers were crowned NBA world champions just five weeks ago. Furthermore, the 2016-2017 NBA campaign is still a tad over three months from its onset. However, with the 2016 draft completed, and no more significant free agent signings predicted, it’s a good time to evaluate what’s transpired this offseason. By Ross Benjamin of RBWINS.COM Listen live to The Sports Section, Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 3:00 PM ET…
By Ross Benjamin of RBWINS.COM Listen live to The Sports Section, Monday/Wednesday/Friday at 3 p.m. ET Anyone can pick Alabama, Clemson, LSU, Florida State, Ohio State or Michigan to win this year’s college football national championship. After all, all of those teams seem to be popular consensus picks depending on what publication or media outlet you’re privy to. The challenge is identifying those teams thought to be proverbial long shots,…
Our top picks are in and only one player was chosen by both PSN analysts for the 145th British Open Championship from Royal Troon in Scotland.