Greg DePalma is joined by PSN motorsports analyst C.J. Radune to recap Kurt Busch‘s victory at the Daytona 500, using a last-lap pass to win on his 17th try. There’s also college basketball bubble talk, while the tour of NFL rosters and offseason needs lands on the Baltimore Ravens.
Greg DePalma previews college basketball’s next-to-last weekend before the big conference tournaments, including a bubblesphere showdown between Providence and Marquette along with chances for Michigan (vs. Purdue) and Miami (vs. Duke) to solidify their positions with the selection committee. Also, the NFL offseason reports continue with analysis of the Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings.
Greg DePalma offers his latest college basketball updates analysis and other musings, with Syracuse and Providence scoring big last-second wins to bolster their portfolios. And with the start of NFL free agency looming, PSN’s series of 32 teams and needs begins with the Chicago Bears and Detroit Lions.
Greg DePalma welcomes guest Jamal Murphy, writer for CollegeHoopsDaily.com and proprietor of TheBlacketologist.com, to look at how the NCAA Tournament field continues to take shape. Conference tournaments begin in one week, and it’s three weeks to Selection Sunday.
Greg DePalma continues his analysis of the NFL Draft‘s top 10 picks – three quarterbacks could be snapped up by then – and previews the weekend’s top college basketball matchups and picks.
In addition to the nightly college basketball outlook, Greg DePalma updates the NFL Draft‘s top 10 projections and ponders how ridiculous it is for anyone to believe that Tom Brady would ever play for someone other than the New England Patriots.
Greg DePalma turns his basketball attention to the women’s game, suggesting Connecticut‘s 100-game winning streak may not be good for the game at the moment but – like Tiger Woods‘ dominance – eventually elevate the sport’s overall quality. He also looks at the evening’s top games with tournament impact, plus a discussion of new NASCAR playoff rules.
With two weeks left before conference basketball tournaments begin, Greg DePalma takes a run at projecting the 68 teams that will find their way into the NCAA Tournament. The ACC, perhaps not surprisingly, leads the way with 10 projected slots.
Greg DePalma takes a look at the weekend college basketball slate, where perhaps the best matchup finds No.1 Gonzaga traveling south for a rivalry game against St. Mary’s. The Pac-12 also finds the spotlight, with California making a trip to Arizona along with Oregon visiting USC.
In the waning hours before another big Duke/North Carolina basketball showdown, Greg DePalma suggests pundits should stop sticking up for Blue Devils bad boy Grayson Allen. The spotlight also shines on the Pac-12 as Oregon visits UCLA.