Greg DePalma and David Soda, basketball writer for RotoWire.com, offer analysis on Austin Peay’s run into the NCAA Tournament and other results. They’ll also offer predictions on conference tournaments as college basketball’s busiest week gets underway.
The Verizon IndyCar series starts its 2016 season this week while NASCAR completed the first leg of its west-coast tour. Brad Keselowski showcased a return to form for Penske Racing, but can Penske’s IndyCar team leverage that momentum in St. Petersburg? By C.J. Radune, PSN motorsports analyst
College Hoops: Weekly report and picks
Scheduled Prime Sports Network live audio streams for the week beginning March 7:
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com preview the Kobalt 400, where early winners Denny Hamlin and Jimmie Johnson headline the lineup at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Kurt Busch will start on the pole.
PSN’s C.J. Radune, Ben Carlotti of Oulala.com and Joel Forquer of RotoWire.com take a look around the soccer sphere, focusing on next week’s return leg of the UEFA Champions League’s Round of 16 matches.
Host Randy Walker and author Joel Drucker look back at the career of tennis impresario Bud Collins, who for many was the voice of the game both through print (Boston Globe) and television (NBC/ESPN). Collins died Friday at age 86.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com take an in-depth look at top races to watch this weekend around the tracks, highlighted by the Gulfstream Park Handicap in South Florida.
Host Randy Walker is joined by author Joel Drucker to discuss what tournaments are doing to improve the fan experience. They’ll also take a look this weekend’s Davis Cup first round.
NASCAR: The stars of NASCAR Sprint Cup try to tame another 1.5-mile oval this week in Las Vegas. Kevin Harvick dominated last year’s race, but can he do it again? >>Listen live to Prime Sports NASCAR, Sunday at 1 p.m. ET