Greg DePalma and PSN managing editor Jeff Shain examine this week’s Presidents Cup in South Korea. The International team, led by Australia’s Jason Day, tries to end a five-match losing streak to a deep U.S. squad fronted by new FedExCup champion Jordan Spieth.
Now that the Chicago Blackhawks can be considered a dynasty following a third Stanley Cup in six years, will the L.A. Kings be next after winning two since 2012?
Greg DePalma breaks down the latest New York Jets news eminating from Sunday’s win in London, prompting the Miami Dolphins to fire Joe Philbin, and breaks down Gang Green’s progress during the first quarter of the season.
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Greg DePalma and C.J. Radune of RotoWire.com look at top drivers and elimination scenarios for the AAA 400, as the Chase for the Sprint Cup prepares to trim its roster from 16 drivers to 12. Defending Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch are the big names on the bubble at Dover International Speedway.
Greg DePalma and Mario Puig, RotoWire.com college football editor, break down a big weekend slate that includes two big SEC matchups and No.6 Notre Dame visiting No.12 Clemson in what could be a very soggy Death Valley.
Greg DePalma and handicapper Jon Hardoon of TheSheets.com scrutinize a weekend racing slate highlighted by the Jockey Club Gold Cup, where defending champion Tonalist heads a six-horse field at Belmont Park. The duo also looks at the Santa Anita Sprint Championship.
NASCAR: The next round of Chase cuts are made in Dover, where defending Sprint Cup champion Kevin Harvick and Kyle Busch must battle to get out of elimination territory.
Greg DePalma and Howard Bender, managing editor at FantasyAlarm.com, take a look at baseball’s playoff picture as the regular season heads to its final weekend. The St. Louis Cardinals again are the NL’s top seed, with the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals dueling for the AL’s best record.
Greg DePalma and special guest Dan Shonka, GM of Ourlads NFL Scouting Services, preview the college and pro football weekend. Thursday’s NFL schedule kicks off with the Pittsburgh Steelers, with QB Michael Vick stepping in for injured Ben Roethlisberger, hosting the Baltimore Ravens.