College Football: The brackets for the College Football Playoff could be very clear-cut after Saturday’s conference title games. The rest of it? Here’s to playing matchmaker…
Greg DePalma and Dan Flaherty of WinningEdge.com take a look at College Football Playoff odds with just days left before the bracket is drawn up, focusing especially on the outsider status of Stanford and defending national champion Ohio State.
Aaron Breitman, managing editor at SB Nation’s OnTheBanks.com, joins Greg DePalma to discuss the Rutgers coaching search following last weekend’s shakeup that dismissed both Kyle Flood and athletic director Julie Hermann. Former RU coach Greg Schiano, onetime Florida International coach Mario Cristobal and Ohio State defensive coordinator Chris Ash lead the pack to replace Flood.
College Basketball: Taking an early look around the hardwood, including a roundup of key injuries that could affect conference races and maybe March tournament chances.
Greg DePalma updates the latest NFL news and trends as the season enters December’s stretch run with 21 teams squarely in the playoff picture. This week’s guest is Matthew Stevens, writer for SB Nation’s Baltimore Ravens website BaltimoreBeatdown.com.
Greg DePalma analyzes New York Jets team news following last week’s romp over the Miami Dolphins, then previews this week’s MetLife Stadium showdown against the Giants. Joining Greg this week is Ed Valentine, editor in chief for BigBlueView.com.
NFL Weekly: As the season hits December, just 11 teams can’t say they’re within striking distance of a playoff spot. Among contenders, Atlanta faces the toughest closing stretch.
College Football: Uninspiring play by Clemson and Alabama knocks them down a couple of pegs in PSN’s rankings. Would the College Football Playoff committee do the same?
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Mario Puig, RotoWire.com college football editor, joins Greg DePalma to examine the week’s top storylines and matchups on a rivalry Saturday before the conference title games. This week’s guest is Stanford correspondent Matt Vassar, host of CardinalSportsRadio.com.