Scheduled Prime Sports Network live audio streams for the week beginning Nov. 16:
Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com examine track trends and top drivers as the Race for Heroes 500 determines which three Sprint Cup drivers join Jeff Gordon in the Chase finale next week. Jimmie Johnson – not among the Chase’s semifinalists – holds the pole at Phoenix International Raceway.
Greg DePalma and RotoWire.com college football editor Mario Puig examine the week’s top storylines and matchups, joined by Gerald Tracy of SB Nation’s Oklahoma State outlet. Key games Saturday include Oklahoma/Baylor in a Big 12 showdown and Stanford trying to clinch the Pac-12 North against Oregon.
Greg DePalma is joined by Pro Football Focus chief Neil Hornsby to analyze New York Jets news, including surgery for QB Ryan Fitzpatrick, following Thursday night’s loss against the Buffalo Bills and coach Rex Ryan.
NASCAR: Kevin Harvick has been dominant in Phoenix and should book passage to the Chase finale next week, but the battle is strong for the other two berths.
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com turn their focus to college basketball, offering their top plays as the season gets ready to tip off Friday. The duo also looks at college football (Michigan, Oklahoma State) and the NFL (Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers).
Greg DePalma and guest Dan Shonka, general manager of Ourlads’ NFL Scouting Services, discuss the rookie progress of Stefon Diggs (Minnesota Vikings), Karlos Williams (Buffalo Bills) and others as the NFL hits the halfway point. DePalma also looks at the week’s top matchups with the latest trends and injury updates.
Greg DePalma and Jeff Shain, golf writer at The Island Packet, preview the OHL Classic as the PGA Tour‘s fall schedule reaches its next-to-last stop. Newly crowned winners Russell Knox (WGC-HSBC Champions) and Peter Malnati (Sanderson Farms) are entered.
NFL Weekly: Three teams have reached the season’s midpoint at 8-0. History says they’ll all make the playoffs, but who’s likely to join them?
Greg DePalma and Jake Letarski, college basketball editor at RotoWire.com, sit down to preview the 2015-16 season with analysis of every conference and Final Four forecasts. North Carolina takes the No.1 ranking into the season, with Kansas among the top challengers.