The Sports Section: Masters Sunday podcast

April 9, 2017

Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain offer a primer for Sunday at the Masters Tournament, where there’s no shortage of top names atop the leaderboard. Justin Rose and the surprising Sergio Garcia share the 54-hole lead, with Rickie Fowler one shot back and Jordan Spieth among those two behind. This week’s NASCAR stop also gets a preview, with Kevin Harvick on the pole in Texas for the O’Reilly Auto…

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The Sports Section: April 5 podcast

April 5, 2017

Greg DePalma takes one more preview look at the Masters, where Mother Nature could be the biggest winner on Thursday and Friday as storms move out and blustery winds blow in. Dustin Johnson is the favorite, with Rory McIlroy still looking to complete the career Grand Slam and Jordan Spieth has recent history to lean on – or overcome.  

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The Sports Section: April 4 podcast

April 4, 2017

by Greg DePalma takes one more look back at the NCAA Tournament, joined by Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com to discuss North Carolina‘s championship triumph over Gonzaga and other topics. Which freshmen are one-and-done, how does that impact the NBA Draft and whose returning roster looks strong for next March?  

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The Sports Section: April 2 podcast

April 2, 2017

Greg DePalma previews Sunday’s STP 500, where Kyle Larson starts on the pole for the first stop at Martinsville Speedway this year. He also looks at the newest chapter of the Roger Federer–Rafael Nadal rivalry in Sunday’s Miami Open final, plus Major League Baseball picks as Opening Night looms.   

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The Sports Section: March 31 podcast

March 31, 2017

Greg DePalma is joined by PSN tennis analyst Andrea Leand to discuss the latest results at the Miami Open, where Rafael Nadal – who has never won the event – and Roger Federer appear on another collision course to a title showdown. The women’s final, meantime, will see Johanna Konta face Caroline Wozniacki. Greg also gives a NASCAR futures update and discusses some NFL mock drafts.  

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The Sports Section: March 27 podcast

March 27, 2017

Greg DePalma sits down with analysts Jamal Murphy and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com to review the NCAA Tournament‘s weekend action, including South Carolina‘s Cinderella run, and take an early look at the Final Four matchups. Before that, there’s discussion of Monday’s news that the Oakland Raiders have been approved to relocate to Las Vegas.  

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The Sports Section: March 26 podcast

March 26, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com analyze how Gonzaga and Oregon punched their tickets to the NCAA Tournament‘s Final Four – Gonzaga’s first in school history and the Ducks’ first since the inaugural tournament in 1938. Greg also previews Sunday’s Auto Club 400 as NASCAR wraps up a three-week swing out West.  

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The Sports Section: March 25 podcast

March 25, 2017

Greg DePalma and CollegeHoopsDaily.com analyst Scott Zolotorow examine how South Carolina and Florida gave the Southeastern Conference three teams among the NCAA Tournament‘s Elite Eight. They’ll also preview Saturday’s slate, with top seeds Gonzaga taking on upstarts Xavier and Kansas seeking to stave off Oregon.  

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The Sports Section: March 24 podcast

March 24, 2017

Greg DePalma and Scott Zolotorow of CollegeHoopsDaily.com discuss this month’s first big NCAA Tournament upset, as 11th seed Xavier stormed back against Arizona to score 12 of the final 14 points. The final match of Sweet Sixteen matchups is highlighted by a clash of traditional powers in Kentucky and UCLA.  

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The Sports Section: March 22 podcast

March 22, 2017

Greg DePalma delves deep into this week’s Sweet Sixteen matchups at the NCAA Tournament, asserting UCLA‘s Lonzo Ball won’t be put off his game against Kentucky by his dad’s loose lips. Also, Baylor could spoil South Carolina‘s surprising run by getting the Gamecocks out of their home state. Upset possibilities lurk in Purdue, Butler, Xavier and West Virginia.  

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